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John Cleary to join Keith Ricken’s Cork management team as coach

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Incoming Cork football boss Keith Ricken has beefed up his management team by adding John Cleary as coach.

Ricken was confirmed as the choice to succeed Ronan McCarthy earlier this week and has secured the services of Cleary, who was linked with manager’s job on a number of occasions in the past himself.

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Cleary, an All-Ireland winner as a player with Cork in 1989 and ‘90, guided the under-21s to All-Ireland success in 2007 and ‘09, as well as a string of Munster titles.

More recently he won four All-Irelands as manager of the Cork ladies footballers, as well as steering his club, Castlehaven, to a pair of county titles.

Ricken, who has managed the Cork under-20s to two Munster titles and an All-Ireland in the last three years, has already secured the services of Micheál Ó Cróinín, James Loughrey, Barry Corkery, Des Cullinane and Ray Keane as his selectors.

Interestingly, Keane, a long-time Cork resident who is attached to both the MTU and St Finbarr’s clubs, is a brother of recently departed Kerry manager, Peter.

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