Dublin hurling boss Anthony Daly. Picture: Ray McManus/SPORTSFILE
ANTHONY DALY will finally meet Dublin county board chairman Andy Kettle this weekend to discuss the subject of his future but it looks increasingly likely now that the Clareman will agree to take on a further season at the helm.
The pair were scheduled to meet yesterday but the adverse weather conditions forced Daly to postpone his journey to Dublin and instead, will make the trip this weekend where Kettle will attempt to convince the two-time All-Ireland winner to take on another year.
It is expected that Daly will agree to remain on as Dublin manager although it is understood he wishes to speak to several members of this year’s squad before making a final decision.
However, as many of the panel are currently in America, he hasn’t yet had the opportunity to do so.
The county board are anxious to tie Daly down to a further season and hope to have definite word within the next 10 days.