McEnaney adamant on no-interview
Monaghan boss Seamus McEnaney has refused to rule out a return to the post.
A number of clubs have nominated him for the position he vacated earlier this month after the board opted to seek nominations.
"I knew I was nominated but I wasn't aware that eight clubs had put my name forward. Remember I never said I wouldn't do the job again, I simply said I would not allow myself to be interviewed for it. And that is still my position," said McEnaney.
He added: "You'd imagine that any county board committee would know all they need to know about me at this point. I have done the job for six years, they know what there is to know about how I operate and what I can do - what would they need to be interviewing me for?"
Others nominated by the clubs include former Louth boss Eamon McEneaney, current Monaghan minor manager Bernie Murray and Mick O'Dowd, who has guided Cavan Gaels to two SFC titles.