WATCH: Éamonn Fitzmaurice explains his decision to step down as Kerry manager

Éamonn Fitzmaurice stood down as Kerry Football Manager on Saturday afternoon, following their All-Ireland Football Championship exit.

After six years in charge, he said it was time to step aside.

Fitzmaurice sat down with Irish Examiner sports editor Tony Leen and spoke about his decision.

-Digital Desk

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