Paul Galvin will be the next Wexford senior football manager.
Wexford GAA has this morning released a statement confirming that the former Kerry star has been nominated to take charge of the Model County for the next two seasons.
The appointment is subject to his ratification at the next Wexford County Board meeting in September.
The statement reads:
"Wexford GAA are delighted to announce that the Senior Football Manager Selection Committee are nominating former Kerry player Paul Galvin for the position of Wexford Senior Football Manager on a two-year term.
"The proposed appointment will be considered for ratification at the next meeting of Wexford County Board in early September.
"A four-time All-Ireland winner and three-time All-Star during his playing career, Paul impressed the selection committee during the interview process with his knowledge of and passion for the game along with his vision for Wexford football at both Senior and Development level.
"Details of Paul’s backroom team will be confirmed at a press conference, subject to his successful ratification, details of which will be notified following the next meeting of the Wexford GAA County Board in early September."
Wexford GAA Statement regarding the position of Senior Football Manager: pic.twitter.com/G4Unt1kpEI— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) August 2, 2019
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