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One Senior Mayo Player Did Not Support The Motion Of No-Confidence

One Senior Mayo Player Did Not Support The Motion Of No-Confidence
By Conor Neville Updated

It has been reported that seven members of the 2015 Mayo panel voted against the motion of no confidence in the Mayo management.

Writing in the Connaught Telegraph, Aiden Henry says he understands that Lee Keegan, one of Mayo's most consistent performers in 2015, was one of those who voted in favour of the current management.

Keegan chose not to attend the player's meeting in Breaffy GAA club on the night before the All-Ireland football final. The Telegraph writes that he cast his vote online and was anxious to make clear he is happy with the management of Holmes and Connelly.

Keegan is looking forward to 2016 and last month took issue with the negativity that has reigned since the loss to Dublin.

Read more: Lee Keegan Has A Message For Those Who Lament About 'Same Old Mayo'

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