Canavan rules himself out of Mayo manager race
Tyrone legend Peter Canavan has ruled himself out of the running to be the next Mayo senior football manager.
Rumours had been circulating in recent days that the six-time All Star and TV3 GAA pundit was interested in the position vacated by John O’Mahony last month.
However, speaking exclusively to The Mayo News last night, Canavan said that he had “absolutely no interest” in managing Mayo and confirmed that he “hadn’t been approached by anybody” in connection to the vacant post.
“I’m managing Errigal Chiaráin, my home club team, at the moment and that’s where my commitment is,” said Canavan, a two-time All-Ireland winner with Tyrone.