Andy Moran tipped for vacant Longford GAA post
Former Mayo star Andy Moran has emerged as the hot favourite to take over the vacant role as manager of the Longford senior football squad, according to a report on OurGame.ie
Padraic Davis left the role in July after three seasons in charge.
Moran was interviewed for the position by representatives of the Longford County Board and his name is expected to be put forward for ratification.
Moran retired from inter-county football at the end of the 2019 season, finishing up with eight Connacht medals and a national league title during a 17-year career.
He won the Footballer of the Year away in 2017 and played in five All-Ireland finals with Mayo, missing missed the 2012 decider against Donegal after tearing his cruciate ligament.
The Ballaghaderreen clubman, founder of The Movement Gym, is manager of the gymnasium at the Leisure Complex at Lough Lannagh, Castlebar.