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Hurling managerial merry-go-round

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johnnycool:

--- Quote from: Owenmoresider on September 09, 2021, 06:30:09 PM ---
--- Quote from: johnnycool on September 09, 2021, 01:35:01 PM ---With Liam Cahill staying at Waterford I see Tipp have moved for Colm Bonnar..

I wonder if that a "holding" appointment till Cahill sees out his time with Waterford.

Davy for Galway seems like madness for Galway and no word on Wexford as yet.

Cody, is he going to stay or call it a day?

--- End quote ---
Darragh Egan is taking on that job, they announced that last week.

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You're right, forgot about that. Those Tipp lads get about.

Waterford, Antrim and now Wexford and probably a few others coaching in the lower tiers.

Milltown Row2:

--- Quote from: johnnycool on September 10, 2021, 10:04:35 AM ---
--- Quote from: Owenmoresider on September 09, 2021, 06:30:09 PM ---
--- Quote from: johnnycool on September 09, 2021, 01:35:01 PM ---With Liam Cahill staying at Waterford I see Tipp have moved for Colm Bonnar..

I wonder if that a "holding" appointment till Cahill sees out his time with Waterford.

Davy for Galway seems like madness for Galway and no word on Wexford as yet.

Cody, is he going to stay or call it a day?

--- End quote ---
Darragh Egan is taking on that job, they announced that last week.

--- End quote ---

You're right, forgot about that. Those Tipp lads get about.

Waterford, Antrim and now Wexford and probably a few others coaching in the lower tiers.

--- End quote ---

Where’s Dinny Cahill these days? I was down Galway many years ago watching a Intermediate final (we were playing winners) he was looking after/coaching there, he’s a cracking coach

seafoid:
Tipp have a big rebuilding job ahead

rodney trotter:
Kilkenny confirm that Brian Cody will remain as senior hurling manager in 2022, his 24th season in charge

Surely it was time for Cody to step down?

burdizzo:
Why? Surely Kilkenny have over-achieved this past few years? Two Leinster titles in a row, and an all-Ireland appearance in 2019?

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