Banty admits interest in Rossies job

Former Monaghan and Meath boss Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney is interested in the vacant Roscommon manager’s job.

McEnaney ended two turbulent years as Meath boss following their All-Ireland qualifier loss to Laois in the summer and told Shannonside FM that he would not rule taking charge of the Rossies.

“Roscommon have a lot of young players coming through. Maybe if they are well harnessed they might not be far away in the next two or three years. I never turn anything down or switch anything in or out.” Roscommon won the Connacht minor and U21 football titles this year.

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