All Derry football and hurling management teams will again be reviewed ahead of next season, Derry GAA have confirmed.
Paddy Campbell’s agreed two year term as minor football manager came to a conclusion following their defeat to Tyrone on Friday night.
“There has been nothing said (about next year) and it doesn’t matter if it anything has been said,” Campbell commented after the game,
On the hurling front, John McEvoy was appointed to succeed Collie McGurk as senior manager in December 2018, just six weeks before the start of the NHL.
The length of term was ‘never talked about’, McEvoy said after Derry’s Christy Ring exit to Meath earlier this month.
"I think that decision is out of my control, that is a decision for the County Board,” McEvoy stated.
Damian McErlain was named as senior football manager in August 2017 on a three year term. Saturday's defeat against Laois brought his second year to an end.
“All positions are reviewed annually,” a Derry GAA spokesperson confirmed to the County Derry Post. “The process will commence over the coming weeks.”
There will be a change board level, with Brian Smith currently serving the last of his five years as County Chairman.
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