Ronan McCarthy the former Sigerson Cup winner with Cork has stepped down as the Cork senior football manager after four years in charge of the rebels. The highlight was undoubtedly beating Kerry in that famous semi-final at Paric Ui Chaoimh but sadly losing to Tipperary in the Munster football final.
The 48 year old can look back on his time with Cork with frustration as the footballers are coming through in Cork but not quick enough it seems. We wish the Douglas man all the best in wherever he goes next.
Ronan McCarthy has this afternoon ended his four-year reign as Cork senior football manager.
Also see this article to relive one of the funniest celebrations in Cork GAA history!https://t.co/7n9PKOwQkH
— Cork Beo (@corkbeo) September 7, 2021
— Patrick Mulcahy (@PaMulSport) September 7, 2021
Ronan McCarthy has stepped down as Cork senior football manager despite having one left to run on his term.
Don't suppose Cork would consider appointing an 'outside' manager? Even if there was one with a pretty decent track record available?
— Paul Brennan (@Brennan_PB) September 7, 2021
Cork footballers search for a new manager as Ronan McCarthy departs https://t.co/WOL0SxTQ7y
— EchoLive.ie (@echolivecork) September 7, 2021