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O'Dwyer not interested in Mayo job

Mick O'Dwyer has withdrawn from the race to become the next Mayo football manager.

O'Dwyer has informed the Mayo county board that he is no longer interested in the position, which was vacated by John O'Mahony, who stepped down in June.

Six candidates remain in contention - John Maughan, Tommy Lyons, Tommy Carr, James Horan, Anthony McGarry and Denis Kearney.

O'Dwyer (74) has also been linked with the vacancies in Limerick and Monaghan. He has yet to inform Wicklow whether he will be staying with them for a fifth year.

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