Rory Gallagher is back coaching – four months after he resigned as manager of the Derry GAA team over domestic abuse allegations.
Today’s Sunday World reports that the Fermanagh man, who was accused by his estranged wife Nicola of regularly abusing her, is training the Corduff club in County Monaghan.
It is understood Gallagher has been helping the Corduff management set-up for a number of weeks – despite an ongoing GAA investigation into the abuse allegations against him.
Gallagher stepped down as Derry boss in May – just days after his wife made the abuse allegations in a Facebook post. The former Donegal manager was also assistant to Jim McGuinness when Donegal lifted the All-Ireland in 2012.
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