Eugene McGee: 'Outsider' option rarely a fast-track to success
Published 17/05/2010 | 05:00
FOR the first time in the history of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, which kicked-off in earnest yesterday, over half the county teams are managed by outsiders -- that is people who were not natives of the particular counties.
In Leinster only five counties have native managers -- Louth, Meath, Dublin, Laois and Carlow.
In Connacht there's only two -- Mayo and Roscommon.