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rodney trotter:
Tyrone made the All Ireland final in 2018 but was the right decision to bring in a new management this year. Kilkenny are a good bit off Limerick so what's the motives?

Kilkenny were helped by Dublin missing 4 or 5 through in this year's Leinster final

johnnycool:

--- Quote from: rodney trotter on September 14, 2021, 04:51:15 AM ---Tyrone made the All Ireland final in 2018 but was the right decision to bring in a new management this year. Kilkenny are a good bit off Limerick so what's the motives?

Kilkenny were helped by Dublin missing 4 or 5 through in this year's Leinster final

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Cody has earned the right to go on his own time of choosing but I don't believe he hasn't adapted well to the new way hurling is being played and the win your own ball mantra for the forwards isn't working for Kilkenny for two reasons.

They don't have the same standard of players at their disposal to be able to do that and the top teams just won't allow one on ones to develop in those areas.

laoislad:
Shefflin the new Galway manager apparently..

Jeepers Creepers:

--- Quote from: laoislad on October 20, 2021, 06:06:22 PM ---Shefflin the new Galway manager apparently..

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Seen that on RTE. Cody keeping him out of the KK job. Told to go out on Loan?

seafoid:
Could be a smart move by Galway.

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