Derry could be seeking managers for both their minor and U2o football teams, the County Derry Post can reveal.
Former Donegal defender Paddy Campbell completed his two years in charge of the county's minors.
Campbell has informed Derry County Board that he won't be putting his hat in the ring for another term.
He also confirmed his decision was based on "work commitments".
When asked for clarification, on Monday, if nominations were being sought for the position of minor football manager, Derry GAA stated that 'currently no update' was available.
Current U20 boss Mickey Donnelly was appointed in 2018, on a three year term.
The former Tyrone minor boss steered Derry U20s to Ulster glory in his first season, but this year, with an injury-ravaged squad, they surrendered their title in the final against Tyrone.
Donnelly hasn't made his mind up if he will see out his term, citing two reasons.
“Timing of the competition is one, and what priority the incoming senior manager gives the U20s,” Donnelly stated.
Donnelly was nominated as part of the drawn out process that saw Rory Gallagher appointed as the Oakleafers' senior boss.
Like the other candidates, he withdrew from the race to succeed Damian McErlain.
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