RYAN McCluskey has stepped away from the Fermanagh management team.
McCluskey was appointed as ‘coach’ by Kieran Donnelly in October 2021 but eight months later has cited “family and work commitments” as the reason he is opting out of the Fermanagh setup.
The Enniskillen Gaels clubman retired from inter-county football in 2018 after 19 seasons playing for Fermanagh.
Following his retirement, McCluskey took over at the helm of
Tyrone club Beragh and was there
for two seasons, before stepping
away from the manager’s role to concentrate on his duties with Fermanagh.
McCluskey is currently the joint-manager of Cavan side Mullahoran, alongside his former Fermanagh teammate Shane McCabe.