Dublin giants St Vincent’s are on the lookout for a new senior football manager following Brian Mullins decision to step down after two years in charge.
Mullins led the Marino club to a senior championship success in 2017 but last year saw the team surrendering their county title with defeat to St Jude’s at the semi-final stage.
A club statement read: “St Vincents GAA wishes to announce that Brian Mullins has stepped down as manager of our senior football panel.
"Over the last two years, Brian and his management team have delivered a county championship and division one league title, and we would like to thank them for their unstinting hard work and commitment during this time.
"Naomh Uinsionn acknowledge the massive contribution that Brian has made to the club over the decades and we look forward to his continued contribution to other aspects of life at the club.
"The club is now undertaking the challenge of appointing a new senior football management team. Members who are interested in the role are invited to contact Niall Lanigan, Adult Games Director ([email protected]), or any member of the club executive with their expressions of interest.”Tweet