List of Gaelic football managers

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This is a list of Gaelic football managers. It includes managers currently managing a county team at the top level in the League and Championship, in order of the date of their appointment.

League and Championship managers at top level[edit]

The following table shows the current managers, listed by date of appointment.

Name County Team Appointed Time as manager
Mickey Harte Tyrone 15 November 2002[1] 16 years, 110 days
Rory Gallagher Donegal 26 July 2010[2] 8 years, 222 days
Justin McNulty Laois 16 August 2010[3] 8 years, 201 days
Val Andrews Cavan 26 August 2010[4] 8 years, 191 days
Stephen Rochford Mayo 29 March 2016 [5] 8 years, 157 days
Harry Murphy Wicklow 29 August 2011[6] 7 years, 188 days
Alan Mulholland Galway 3 October 2011[7] 7 years, 153 days
Barney Breen and George Dugdale Leitrim Dec 2011?[8] c. 7 years, 94 days
Liam Kearns Tipperary 28 May 2016[9] 6 years, 342 days
Aidan O'Rourke Louth 8 October 2012 6 years, 148 days
Mick O'Dwyer Clare 2 November 2012[10] 6 years, 123 days
Anthony Rainbow Carlow Late 2012 c. 6 years, 94 days
Recent departures

These are outdated and moved from the table above.

Name County Team Appointed Departed Time as manager
Mick O'Dwyer Wicklow 9 October 2006[11] 12 years, 147 days
John Evans Tipperary 30 October 2007[12] 11 years, 126 days
Jason Ryan Wexford 6 November 2007[13] 11 years, 150 days
Mickey Moran Leitrim 25 August 2008[14] 10 years, 192 days
Fergal O'Donnell Roscommon 18 September 2008[15] 10 years, 168 days
Pat Gilroy Dublin 9 October 2008[16] 10 years, 147 days
Liam Bradley Antrim 23 October 2008[17] 10 years, 133 days
Luke Dempsey Carlow 29 October 2008[18] 10 years, 127 days
Jack O'Connor Kerry 10 November 2008[19] 10 years, 115 days
Tom Cribbin Offaly 13 February 2009[20] 10 years, 20 days
Paddy O'Rourke Armagh 2 October 2009[21] 9 years, 154 days
Micheál McDermott Clare 10 November 2009[22] 9 years, 115 days
Peter Fitzpatrick Louth 16 November 2009[23] 9 years, 109 days
John Brennan Derry 16 September 2010[24] 8 years, 170 days
John O'Neill Fermanagh 27 September 2010[25] 8 years, 159 days
Eamonn McEneaney Monaghan 4 October 2010[26] 8 years, 152 days
Tomás Ó Flatharta Galway 7 October 2010[27] 8 years, 149 days
Séamus McEnaney Meath 10 November 2010[28] 8 years, 115 days
Kevin Walsh Sligo 3 November 2008[29] 30 June 2013[30] 4 years, 239 days
Maurice Horan Limerick 12 October 2010[31] 5 July 2013[32] 2 years, 266 days
Conor Counihan Cork 18 February 2008[33] 3 August 2013[34] 5 years, 166 days
Glenn Ryan Longford 6 October 2008[35] 9 August 2013[36] 4 years, 7 days
Peter Canavan Fermanagh 21 November 2011[37] 3 September 2013[38] 1 year, 286 days
Pat Flanagan Westmeath 21 April 2010[39] 13? September 2013[40] 3 years, c. 145 days
Kieran McGeeney Kildare 2 October 2007[41] 3 September 2013[42] 5 years, 336 days
James McCartan, Junior Down 11 September 2009[43] 26 July 2014[44] 4 years, 318 days

Notable club managers[edit]

The following is a list of notable club managers.

Name Club Team County
Paddy Campbell Naomh Conaill[45] Donegal
Anthony Cunningham St. Brigid's[46] Roscommon
Eugene McHale Easkey[47] Sligo
Kevin McStay

Gerard Mc Geough

St. Brigid's[48]

Aughnamullen Sarsfields

Roscommon

Monaghan

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Jim McGuinness appointed Donegal football manager BBC Sport, Retrieved on 2010-09-27
  3. ^ Justin McNulty is named new Laois football manager BBC Sport, Retrieved on 2010-09-27
  4. ^ Val Andrews and Terry Hyland named as Cavan managers BBC Sport, Retrieved on 2010-10-05
  5. ^ Rockford ratified as Mayo boss Hogan Stand, Retrieved on 2010-10-05
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  12. ^ Evans ratified as new Tipperary football manager Irish Independent, Retrieved on 2010-09-26
  13. ^ Ryan to lead Wexford footballers[permanent dead link] RTÉ Sport, Retrieved on 2010-09-26
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  19. ^ O'Connor back in the Kerry fold An Fear Rua, Retrieved on 2010-04-03
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  21. ^ Armagh appoint former Down captain O'Rourke The Irish Times, Retrieved on 2010-09-27
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  24. ^ John Brennan appointed Derry senior football manager BBC Sport, Retrieved on 2010-09-27
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  27. ^ Ó Flatharta appointed to Tribesmen post Archived 2010-11-14 at the Wayback Machine RTÉ Sport, Retrieved on 2010-10-15
  28. ^ McEnaney ratified as new Meath senior football manager The Meath Chronicle, Retrieved on 2010-11-10
  29. ^ Kevin Walsh appointed Sligo Football manager Galway Advertiser, Retrieved on 2010-09-26
  30. ^ Kevin Walsh steps down as Sligo senior football manager RTÉ Sport, Retrieved on 2013-06-30
  31. ^ Horan ratified as Limerick football boss Archived 2012-03-06 at the Wayback Machine GAA, Retrieved on 2010-10-15
  32. ^ Maurice Horan resigns as Limerick football manager Archived 2013-08-03 at Archive.today The Score, Retrieved on 2013-07-05
  33. ^ Counihan appointed as new Cork football manager Irish Independent, Retrieved on 2010-04-03
  34. ^ Cork's Conor Counihan: ‘Now was the time to get a change of voice’ The Score, Retrieved on 2013-08-03
  35. ^ Glenn Ryan set to take over Longford Archived 2010-01-08 at the Wayback Machine Leinster Leader, Retrieved on 2008-04-15
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  39. ^ Flanagan appointed interim Westmeath manager Mullingar Advertieser, Retrieved on 2010-10-15
  40. ^ "Flanagan frustrated with Westmeath County Board". Breakingnews.ie. 13 September 2013. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
  41. ^ McGeeney is new Kildare manager BBC Sport, Retrieved on 2010-04-03
  42. ^ "Bolton: McGeeney sacking 'disgraceful way to treat a manager'". Irish Examiner. Thomas Crosbie Holdings. 4 September 2013. Retrieved 4 September 2013.
  43. ^ McCartan named as new Down boss Archived 2009-09-14 at the Wayback Machine RTÉ Sport, Retrieved on 2010-09-26
  44. ^ Down manager James McCartan resigns The Irish Times, Retrieved on 2014-07-26
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  46. ^ "Cunningham is new St. Brigid's boss". Hogan Stand. 13 January 2006. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
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