With the withdrawal of John Divilly and Frank Doherty from the race to be the new Galway senior manager earlier in the week, there are currently five nominations for the position.
Gerry Fahy and Peter Warren are considered by some sources as the favourites to get the job.
Fahy guided the Galway minors to this year’s All-Ireland semi-final, and served as county senior selector in 1997 with Val Daly. He was in charge of the Offaly senior footballers at one stage too.
Pete Warren has been Caherlistrane senior manager for the past few years and he was a selector during John O’Mahony’s reign as Galway manager.
The other nominations are former Mayo midfielder and current Barna boss Pat Fallon, former Westmeath manager Tomás O’Flatharta, and Annaghdown’s Matt Duggan.