Resignation not an option for Cork football manager
23/01/2008 - 13:38:33

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New Cork football manager Teddy Holland says neither he nor his selectors will be resigning as the impasse in the players strike in the county continues.

In a statement, Holland says the county’s management team have been democratically elected and are determined to do the jobs asked of them.

Cork's hurlers and footballers are currently on strike following the resignation of previous football coach Billy Morgan after he was told he would not be allowed pick his own selectors.

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