Offaly football manager Emmet McDonnell steps down after loss to Wicklow
Published 22/06/2014 | 10:36
Offaly football manager Emmet McDonell has announced his decision to step down from his position after their loss to Wicklow.
In a statement issued by Offaly GAA this morning, it was announced that McDonnell had informed Offaly County Board that intended to step down after two years in charge.
The statement came several hours Offaly lost to Wicklow 3-12 to 0-17 in Round 1 of the All-Ireland qualifiers.
“While in charge, Emmet showed great loyalty, commitment and 100pc dedication to the long term future of Offaly football.
“He worked tirelessly and left no stone unturned in his quest to return Offaly football to the top table, but sadly his time in charge was not very fruitful.
“Offaly County Board wishes to sincerely thank Emmet and his management team (Gordon McDonnell, Paul Mollen and Ronan Heavey) and all the members of his backroom team for their work and would like to wish Emmet and his team the very best for the future.”