Today is the last day for nominations for the vacant Donegal manager’s job with Rory Gallagher still many people’s favourite to take the job.
The Fermanagh man, who was formerly Jim McGuinness’ number two, is remaining tight-lipped about his chances on getting the job.
His Kilcar side surprisingly crashed out of the club championship last week despite being many people’s tip for glory.
Alongside Gallagher, another candidate in the frame Donegal man Paddy Carr.
Now based in Louth, he is currently at the Burren Club but also led Kilmacud Crokes to club success in Dublin.
Both Declan Bonner and Martin McHugh have said they are not interested in the post but it is still not know if there is any other outside interest.
Gallagher would still appear to be favourite to take over where McGuinness left off.
It is expected that the Donegal County Board will begin interviewing immediately and could appoint a new manager before the end of the month.