Monaghan county board suspend McEnaney for 12 weeks

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Monaghan county board have suspended their senior team manager Seamus McEnaney after acknowledging that their flagship team broke the rules with regards to training recently.

A report in today’s Irish Independent claims that a dossier including photographs and video footage of Monaghan training at the end of last month in Corduff had been sent to them, the GAA and Minister for Justice Helen McEntee.

Monaghan county board have moved quickly to issue a 12-week ban to McEnaney and say they will co-operate fully with any investigation from Croke Park.

Monaghan GAA Statement

Monaghan GAA acknowledge that following an investigation this morning, there was a breach of the Covid-19 regulations and guidelines.

Resulting from an internal investigation, our senior team manager, Seamus McEnaney, has admitted that this was a serious error of judgement and apologies unreservedly for the indiscretion. The County Management Committee have suspended the Monaghan GAA Senior Football manager, Seamus McEnaney for 12 weeks with immediate effect and will fully cooperate and comply with any Croke Park investigation.

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