Galway could be set to lose another senior county manager as Kevin Walsh expected to walk away.
The Irish Independent reports that Walsh is expected to walk away from his role just two weeks after Hurling boss Micheal Donoghue vacated his post.
It is understood that Walsh has weighed up his position after a disappointing campaign and will step away from the Tribesmen after five years in charge.
Should the two-time All-Ireland winner walk away it would leave the Galway County board with two senior inter-county positions to fill over the winter season.
All-Ireland winning hurling manager Donoghue left amid rumours of a poor relations with the Galway county board chiefs and Walsh’s resignation would put even more pressure on the Tribe hierarchy.