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Is it the end of the road for Quigley?

Published: 15 Jun 2012 09:15

Speculation surrounding Seamus Quigley's involvement with Fermanagh for the All Ireland Qualifiers continues to mount with it believed that the Roslea man missed training on Tuesday night.

Seamus Quigley's future is in doubt after not training on Tuesday night.

Speculation surrounding Seamus Quigley's involvement for Fermanagh in the All Ireland Qualifiers continues to mount with it believed that the Roslea man missed training on Tuesday night.

The Fermanagh players were meeting up for the first time following their defeat to Down at Brewster Park on June 3 but it is understood that Quigley was not present.

Rumours abounded in the lead up to the Down game that Quigley had, firstly, accepted an offer to travel to Boston to play football for the summer, and then had missed training sessions, and the build up to the game was over-shadowed by the saga.

Quigley started the Down game from the bench although after the game Fermanagh manager Peter Canavan cited a hamstring injury as the reason he did not start. .

The Roslea man made a flying start to the season and was prolific in the McKenna Cup while he also produced some high scoring performances during the National League as Fermanagh secured promotion to Division Three, although he struggled to make an impact in the Division Three final against Wicklow at Croke Park.

It now remains to be seen whether he will play any further part for Canavan's Fermanagh this season.

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