Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Ray Dempsey is the bookies’ favourite to become the new Mayo senior football manager following James Horan’s departure from the role yesterday.

Ray Dempsey is the bookies’ favourite to become the new Mayo senior football manager. Photo: ©INPHO/Evan Logan

The back-to-back Mayo SFC winning manager with Knockmore is currently the 11/10 favourite on Paddy Power.

James Horan called time on his tenure as Mayo senior football manager in the wake of Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC quarter-final defeat to Kerry.

Former All-Ireland under-21 winning Mayo manager Mike Solan is 3/1, while current Mayo under-20 and Sigerson Cup winning manager with NUIG, Maurice Sheridan is 5/1.

Jim McGuinness is 11/2, while the odds of Stephen Rochford making a return to the helm is 8/1.

Kevin McStay, Seán Deane, Andy Moran, Malachy O’Rourke and Ciarán McDonald are also mentioned as contenders.

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