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Mies van defends “legendary” Andy McKenty after her daughter is struck by social media trolls

Mies vans welcomed Andy McKenty as a “legend” after the Royals boss resigned from his role on Monday.

McKenty took over the job in 2016 and regained the county’s pride with the promotion to Division One Football and the introduction of Super Eight in 2019. Definitely a highlight.

Things got worse when the county executive committee voted against maintaining McKenty, but a vote on the county board saved the Royals boss.

However, 2022 was forgotten by Meath as he suffered a mid-table finish in Division 2 and was often beaten by Dublin in a Leinster semi-final clash before hitting Claire in qualifying.

McKenty then chose to resign on Monday night and issued a statement.

He states: “After six years as manager of the Meath football team, I’m not going to resign from that position and aim for a third term.

“I am honored to have been the manager of the Meath Senior Football Team. I would like to thank President Coiste na Mí President John Kavanagh and former Presidents Peter O’Halloran and Conor Tormey during my tenure.

“But above all, I would like to thank all the players and management teams I have worked with for many years. I hope the county will succeed in the future.”

When McKenty’s daughter defended him After hitting an online troll, after getting off.

She wrote on social media: “I really want the next manager to have no family with access to social media.

“I also hope that I don’t raise a poor person from behind the keyboard to abuse people. Will they put in an ounce of the effort and dedication he made? … I’m skeptical.”

And after he resigned, many supporters defended McKenty on social media.

One user writes: “It appreciates his time and effort. All teams are running badly.”

Another added: “It’s a snake pit on social media right now. From the top team to the bottom team, we can guarantee that no player or manager will go out to lose this. This is an amateur sport in most counties. For managers and county players. Must do the usual job of becoming “

While another added: “Andy is the top man”

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