It follows a meeting last night.
Andy McEntee survived a vote of club delegates to remain on as Meath senior football manager.
Last week the county executive decided against ratifying McEntee for the third year of his current term.
An independent review of his last two-years, a county board meeting was told, included a questionnaire answered by the players.
But only 27 delegates sided with the executive last night, with 46 voting to keep McEntee in the job.
Meanwhile, Davy Fitzgerald’s former right-hand man Seoirse Bulfin was added to Nick Weir’s coaching team with the Meath hurlers.