Cork’s 2010 All-Ireland SFC successful manager Conor Counihan has been appointed as venture co-ordinator for Gaelic football.
Having been joined with a range of positions in Cork GAA around the past two years, the Aghada male will take up the recently-formed posture for a few decades.
Counihan’s principal purpose will be the implementation of the 2024 5-calendar year approach of which he aided build with his successor as Cork supervisor Brian Cuthbert, his long-time captain, Graham Canty and county chairperson Tracey Kennedy.
Having stepped down as the main government of the St Joseph’s Foundation in Charleville virtually two several years in the past, the 59-calendar year-old has been active with Rebel Óg improvement squads and is a board member of Cairde Chorcaí.
The past manager to lead Cork to a Munster senior title in 2012, Counihan brings practical experience to the situation acquiring also claimed two other provincial crowns, 4 Allianz League titles as perfectly as two All-Irelands claimed as a participant in 1989 and ‘90.
“We are delighted that Conor utilized successfully for this placement, which is important to the future of Cork soccer,” reported Kennedy.