Cribbin retains Offaly football job

Cribbin retains Offaly football job

Tom Cribbin has been officially reappointed as Offaly senior football manager for a third year.

He received the backing of delegates at last night's County Board meeting in Tullamore.

Cribbin recently met with a seven-man committee from the Offaly County Board to review the 2010 campaign, and to outline his aims for the next twelve months.

The Kildare native will continue to be assisted by selectors Declan McGovern and Declan Farrell, with a third selector to be appointed.

Unlike this season, Cribbin has informed the County Board that he does not wish to take charge of the Under-21 side for 2011.

Offaly officials hope to have a management team for this grade in place in the near future.

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