Kieran McGeeney will remain in charge of the Armagh footballers next season.
The decision to keep hold of the All-Ireland winning captain was made at a County Board meeting last night.
The 44-year-old will continue to work with the senior side and have Aidan O’Rourke staying on as assistant manager.
Peter McDonnell taking over as under-21 coach.
It was an extremely disappointing season for the Orchard county who exited the championship having lost to Laois – twice – in the qualifiers and to Cavan in the Ulster Championship.
They were beaten in Round Two of the qualifiers in 2015 by Galway.
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