As the process to appoint the next Mayo senior manager rumbles on, in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast host Mike Finnerty catches up with Colm Keys of the Irish Independent and with Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden to talk about the latest developments.
Firstly, Colm tackles the talking point of whether or not Mayo’s managerial appointment process is working well so far or if it has developed into ‘a bit of a circus’ as one newspaper columnist described it last weekend. Billy Joe chats about the news that a former Mayo player is set to be on the interview panel, and looks at the reasons why this sounds like a good idea.
Colm also discusses the way some backroom teams have come into the public domain, and explains why he thought one candidate giving an interview to this podcast was a good idea! Both lads consider why communication will be key for the man who gets the job in the end.
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