Monaghan have confirmed that manager Seamus McEnaney will remain in charge for next year - and Armagh are poised to name the man who will succeed Joe Kernan as their new team boss.
McEnaney brought Monaghan into the All Ireland quarter-finals last month when they just failed by a solitary point to Kerry in a gripping contest.
And this was after they had given Tyrone a monumental fright in the Ulster Championship final.
The Farney County enjoyed a seven-match unbeaten run in the National League before falling to Meath in the semi-finals.
Overall, 2007 has been one of the most successful years in Monaghan's football history - and McEnaney was certainly the man who made things tick in tandem with trainer Martin McElkennon.
Meanwhile, Armagh chairman Kevin Brady has confirmed that the identity of his county's new manager should be known within a week.
Paul Grimley is the man tipped to take over the reins from Joe Kernan having already relinquished his post as assistant to Cavan boss Donal Keogan.
Grimley along with Michael McConville and Peter McDonnell is understood to have been interviewed for the Armagh post by a special sub-committee formed to make a recommendation in relation to the appointment.
Grimley was, of course, Joe Kernan's assistant for several years and has an intimate knowledge of Armagh football. A highly-respected coach, he has helped out at several clubs in the past.
Meanwhile, Dublin have confirmed that Paul Caffrey will remain in charge for another year.
Caffrey led the Dubs into this year's All Ireland semi-finals where they lost to Kerry but he will now get another opportunity to try and end the All Ireland title famine which the county has endured since 1995.
It had been thought initially that Caffrey might step down but he will now be at the helm for a fourth year along with his backroom team.
Dublin had been tipped in some quarters to land this year's All Ireland crown - but Kerry put paid to those ambitions.