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O'Sullivan: It's up to the board

Mickey Ned O'Sullivan has admitted he is unsure whether or not he will be in charge of the Limerick footballers again next year.

The Kerry native said his future is in the hands of the county board.

"It isn't about me making my mind up. We have a different situation. We have a management team involving about 11 people and it's going to be a collective decision. Our term is up," he said.

"It's up to the county board, whoever they appoint. We have to discuss between ourselves whether we're going forward. We also want to talk to the players and the county board. At the moment, it's all up in the air."

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