Robbie Brennan has been added to the backroom crew Bernard Flynn is placing collectively as a part of his bid to succeed Andy McEntee as Meath soccer supervisor.
ublin native Brennan led Kilmacud Crokes to an All-Eire membership closing look earlier this yr however he has sturdy ties to the Royal County. His father hails from the Wolfe Tones membership whereas he additionally performed for Dunboyne for a interval the place he received a Meath SFC title. Brennan additionally had a task with the Meath minor crew this yr.
Earlier this week, former Dublin star and Crokes membership man Paul Mannion hailed Brennan’s managerial expertise.
“He’s a unbelievable supervisor from a player-management standpoint,” mentioned Mannion. “He builds a really sturdy reference to the gamers and the crew. He’s finished that brilliantly over the few years he has been with us.
“He’d have a distinct model of administration than what I’d be used to with Dublin through the years. We’ve obtained to the stage the place we might all undergo a brick wall for him and he and the administration crew would do the identical for us.”
It is understood that Brennan would act as assistant supervisor in Flynn’s backroom crew with the double All-Eire winner within the technique of finalising the rest of his ticket.
Flynn was one of many names submitted by golf equipment when the deadlines for nominations handed on Monday evening. A 3 man committee has been set as much as discover McEntee’s alternative they usually have the ability to appoint their very own candidate.
McEntee stepped down after six years within the job within the wake of Meath’s defeat to Clare within the championship.