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Sub-Committee Set Up To Appoint Kerry Football Boss

While Brian Cody is heading into his 24th year with the Kilkenny hurlers.

It appears Peter Keane will have to reapply for the role of Kerry senior football manager if he wishes to remain in charge. 

Kerry GAA released a statement last night stating that a five-strong sub committee to appoint a senior football manager.  

Seamus Moynihan and Jack O'Connor are among the other names being linked with the job. 

Keane's three-year term ended after the Kingdom's All-Ireland semi-final loss to Tyrone last month.

Elsewhere,

Brian Cody is to take his managerial career with Kilkenny into a 24th year.

The 67-year-old has been ratified for another season in charge. 

He has led the Cats to 11 All-Ireland titles since taking the helm. 

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