Former Fermanagh star Tom Brewster has been named on the Committee to oversee the appointment of Pete McGrath’s successor as Fermanagh senior football manager.

The five man committee was ratified at Monday night’s County Board and also includes County Chairman Greg Kelly, County Secretary Tom Boyle, Assistant Treasurer Sean Burns and former Ulster GAA President Martin McAviney.

Clubs have already received notification regarding nominations and the closing date for the clubs to come forward with nominees is August 21.

County Management Committee are also entitled to seek nominations for the position and if no names are forthcoming then the Management Committee have the right to headhunt a candidate.

Chairman Kelly would not be drawn on a timescale for an appointment but he did stress that he wanted somebody in place as soon as possible.

There is already plenty of speculation as to who will be the man to take over the reins from McGrath.

Former boss Dom Corrigan has been tipped for a return to the post that he filled in 2002 and 2003 and he would have a good knowledge of the players at his disposal from his role at St. Michael’s College.

Another linked with the post is former Fermanagh player Kieran Donnelly who was part of Peter Canavan’s backroom team when the Tyrone star was Fermanagh manager while Trillick boss Nigel Seaney and Derrygonnelly manager Martin Greene, who have both tasted success with their respective clubs areothers to be mentioned.