Seamus McEnaney on the sideline for Meath at Tullamore on Saturday.
There is only one topic being discussed by most Meath GAA enthusiasts this week - the role of manager of the county football team - Seamus McEnaney has not ruled himself out of a third year at the helm.
The fact that the Royals were knocked out of the All-Ireland SFC at the quarter-final stage by Laois at O'Connor Park, Tullamore last Saturday has been relegated to a secondary matter.
McEnaney refused to comment directly when the question was posed last Saturday evening although he pledged to make a quick decision.
"All I'll say is that my decision will be swift, over the next five days, but you won't know it today," he commented on Saturday as he heaped praise on his players.
"The future is bright for Meath football, there is a great group of young lads there now," he added referring to the fact that he had introduced a lot of new faces in his efforts to rekindle Meath's fortunes.
To read the full story see this week's Meath Chronicle.