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McEnaney closes in on Meath job

Former Monaghan boss Seamus McEnaney has moved a step closer to becoming the new Meath football manager.

He received the backing of the county board executive following a lengthy meeting.

Four days earlier, no agreement could be reached on McEnaney's candidacy, but he now appears likely to be the man to succeed Eamonn O'Brien.

His name will be proposed for ratification by clubs next Wednesday night.

It's understood there is opposition within the county to the prospect of an 'outsider' being appointed to the post for the first time.

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