Former Meath manager Seamus McEnaney has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant position of Roscommon manager.
McEnaney’s tumultuous two years in charge of Meath came to an end when the Royals were knocked out of the qualifiers by Laois in July and Banty, who also had a spell in charge of Monaghan’s footballers, told Shannonside FM that he would be interested in taking over Roscommon.
“Roscommon have a lot of young players coming through. Maybe if they are well harnessed they might not be far away in the next two or three years. I never turn anything down or switch anything in or out,” he said.