Ciaran Deely will stay on as London senior football manager for a fourth season.
The former Wexford captain took to Twitter this morning to confirm that he had been ratified by London GAA last night, adding that a “new cycle begins of developing young London-born players and integrating some top players from Ireland”.
Deely led the Exiles to a fifth-place finish in Division Four this year before they were beaten by Sligo and Louth in the championship.
A former fitness coach with QPR, he took over London in 2015, having previously served them as a trainer and selector.
Delighted to be ratified last night by the Executive &Clubs of @LONDAINGAA to continue for a 4th season as Manager of this great group of lads. New cycle begins of developing young London born players & integrating some top players from Ireland. Loads of work to do- can't wait!👍 pic.twitter.com/1IOoCaWy06— Ciaran Deely (@CiDeely) September 11, 2018