Kieran McGeeney is set to remain as the Armagh Senior Football manager for a tenth successive season in 2024.
A vote of the Armagh clubs took place in the BOX-IT Athletic Grounds this evening and the majority voted for ‘Geezer’ to remain in the hotseat. Of the 62 votes, Kieran McGeeney received a backing of 46 votes (74%).
McGeeney join Paul Grimley’s management team in 2014 before taking over the hotseat the following season and has been in charge since.
Following the resignation of Colm Collins as Clare boss earlier this season, McGeeney is the longest serving inter-county manager in the country.
Armagh reached the Ulster final this year for the first time since 2008 and lost to back-to-back winners Derry on penalties. Monaghan ended their All-Ireland run with the same method of victory