Jason Sherlock insists he received’t be re-entering the race for the vacant Monaghan supervisor’s job, admitting he did “discover” the prospect of taking on earlier than pulling out.
eports final month recommended Sherlock was near being appointed successor to Séamus McEnaney and had assembled a backroom staff, which included former Dublin participant Kevin Nolan.
Talking yesterday, nonetheless, Sherlock revealed that he “explored about getting concerned” including, “it wasn’t figuring out for me and that’s so far as I’ve gone within the course of. I hope it really works out for the gamers and likewise the supporters and officers.”
The 1995 All-Eire winner has not been concerned with a Gaelic soccer since serving to to steer Dublin to 5 All-Eire titles in a row between 2015 and ’19, though he pressured he was not essentially seeking to make the step into administration.
“I’ve an enormous curiosity in GAA, I’ve not been concerned since I completed up with Dublin in 2019 so I’m at all times going to be open to discover getting concerned in sure capacities. So from my perspective, it isn’t essentially having the ambition to be a supervisor or to be with a county, it’s simply being courteous as to the place I’d add worth.”
Sherlock additionally predicted that Declan Darcy, with whom he labored intently within the Dublin setup, would reach his new position with Leinster rugby.
Calling it “a really shrewd transfer” for Leinster, Sherlock added: “The one factor Declan received’t be when he walks into any room is intimidated, as a result of for my part he handled a number of the greatest footballers that ever performed and he was at all times handled with respect and at all times added worth and at all times had their belief.
“So I’ve little question he’ll have the ability to do an identical position with Leinster rugby.”