Raymond Galligan looks set to become the new Cavan senior football manager.
The Cavan GAA Management committee have recommended Galligan for appointment on a three-year term. The proposal is subject to ratification at the next county committee meeting.
While, Galligan's assistant will be Eamon Murray, a two-time All-Ireland winning manager with the Meath ladies footballers.
Galligan's backroom team also includes Tyrone's three-time All-Ireland winner Stephen O’Neill, Mayo’s James Burke (incumbent assistant) and Cavan's Ronan Flanagan. Athletics legend Catherina McKiernan will be the team's life coach.
Galligan has played as a goalkeeper for the Breffni men since 2015. He also captained his county to an Ulster title in 2020.
The Lacken clubman also received an All-Star award later that year and has amassed over 100 games for the Breffni men.
Cavan GAA Management committee are happy to recommend Raymond Galligan as the new Cavan Senior Football Team Manager for a 3year term. Raymond from the Lacken Club captained the Cavan Team to an Ulster championship in 2020.
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Galligan is set to replace Mickey Graham as senior team manager who stepped down in June