To be fair Gazza, Jim did say that when he was at Dundalk there was always an argument about a manager being part time or full time and he said a football manager is all time, but I do know what you mean.
Do we know what his full time job is, I think he said he was involved in the academy, is this what he does?
No idea, matey, but his involvement with the academy during NY's tenure while not even being employed by the club, tells any remaining doubters all they need to know about his love and affection for this club and its fans.
We're in the best possible hands with Jim, and I'm so glad that the board have finally realised that. Incidentally, hearing him speak of their approach to him last Wednesday means I owe the board an apology. They didn't mess about and went straight for Jim, and I take my hat off to them for that.