Darren Aherne will manage Kerry in the 2017 Airtricity U17 League.
Aherne, FAI Development Officer For Kerry, has received special dispensation from the association to resume the role.
He’s also revealed his backroom team for the season ahead
Greyhound Bar KO Cup Last 16:
Annascaul Inch United v Asdee Rovers .
Killarney Celtic A v Strand Road or Mastergeeha or Rattoo Rovers .
Killorglin Fc v Castleisland A .
Listowel Celtic v Windmill United or Ballyheigue Athletic .
Tralee Celtic v Killarney Athletic B .
Mitchels Avenue or Classic Fc v Fenit Samphires .
Inter Kenmare v CSKA Tralee .
Dingle Bay Rovers v Killarney Athletic A .
Dominos Pizza Reserve Cup First Round:
Ballybunion Fc v QPR .
Camp United v CS Abbeydorney .
AN Other v Sporting Listowel .
Ballyhar Dynamos v Classic Fc .
Mitchels Avenue v Killarney Celtic B .
Castlegregory Celtic v Skeliga Fc .
Castlemaine United v Windmill United .
Abhainn Li v Atletico Ardfert .
Listowel Celtic B v CS Clochainn Breannainn .
CG Killarney v CSKA Tralee .
Killorglin Fc v Clanmaurice Fc .
Ballymac Galaxy v Tralee Celtic .
Asdee Rovers v Killarney Athletic B .
Strand Road v Castleisland B .
Tralee Bay Fc v AC Athletic .
Mastergeeha Fc v Ballyheigue Athletic .
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says they’re unsure how serious Gabriel Jesus’s injury is.
The attacker was taken off early in City’s 2-0 Premier League win away to Bournemouth at the Vitality stadium last night.
The win means City are 8 points behind leaders Chelsea while Bournemouth remain 6 points above the relegation zone.
Guardiola says they were the better side except for one period of the second half
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says they need to quickly put an end to their run of seven games without a victory in all competitions
Bournemouth’s Harry Arter says it was an “unbelievable touch” for Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to wish him and his partner Rachel well ahead of the birth of their child.
They’re expecting again – after their daughter, Renee, was delivered stillborn in December 2015.
Guardiola put an arm around Arter on the pitch after City’s 2-nil win last night – and says he’s aware of the family tragedy.
The Champions league is back underway tonight as Benfica host Borussia Dortmund and P.S.G take on Barcelona in last 16 first leg ties.
Both games kick off at 7.45.
The top two are in action on a busy night in the Championship.
Leaders Newcastle have a tricky looking trip to Norwich, while second placed Brighton host Ipswich.
Among the teams in the play-off places – Huddersfield travel to bottom side Rotherham, Reading play Brentford, Sheffield Wednesday welcome Blackburn, and Leeds take on Bristol City.
Another side with hopes of promotion – Derby – are in action at home to Cardiff, while Fulham could close in on the top six with a win over Nottingham Forest.
Elsewhere, Aston Villa meet Barnsley, Preston go up against Birmingham, and Wigan go to Wolves.
The game at Reading kicks-off at 8 and the others at 7.45