Stephen Stack has emerged as a candidate for the Kerry senior football manager's job, backed by his very own band of Kingdom Avengers.
According to reports within the county, the Killarney Legion manager has assembled a potential backroom team laden with All Ireland medals.
The job has essentially been put out to tender, with Peter Keane having come to the end of a three-year term in charge. Kerry have won two out of three Munster titles in that time, but were beaten by Tyrone in this year's All Ireland semi-finals.
Keane remains firmly in the running to be reappointed, with his main competition appearing to have been Jack O'Connor.
The three-time All Ireland winner recently left his job with the Kildare footballers, having spoken of the "allure" of a return to Kerry.
But now Stack has emerged as a live contender, with some heavyweight backing.
Race for #Kerry job update : One prospective mgt team is Stephen Stack - manager, Mickey Ned O Sullivan - assistant mgr, Donie Buckley - head coach, Seamus Moynihan - backs, Dara Ó Cinnéide - Forwards, S&C - Joe O'Connor and Aidan O'Mahony More on @radiokerrysport at 1pm news
— Jerry O'Sullivan (@jerosullivanRK) September 22, 2021
1975 All Ireland-winner Mickey-Ned O'Sullivan is his proposed assistant, according to Radio Kerry's Jerry O'Sullivan.
Donie Buckley - who was a selector under O'Sullivan with Limerick - has been earmarked for a return to the set-up, having departed in 2020.
Other All Ireland-winners Seamus Moynihan would be Stack's backs coach, with Dara Ó Cinnéide working with the forwards.
Aidan O'Mahony would be part of a strength and conditioning team along with Joe O'Connor.
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