Management & County Board target of fans ire

Needing a drink in the glorious sunshine on Saturday last in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada. Photo by Willie Donnellan
The County Board and the management have come in for stinging criticism from fans in the wake of Saturday’s loss to Armagh.

The County Board and the management have come in for stinging criticism from fans in the wake of Saturday’s loss to Armagh.

We asked “So where do we go from here?” and the response was wide ranging. John Goose Campbell wrote “Start from the top the decision to kick the lads off the panel was a disgrace a fine would have surficed. If we had them we’d be in a Connacht final. County board should all step down.”

Thomas Feely said “bring in decent players that will give a 110% too the team” while Carmel Redican wrote “a new team at the top ... bad decisions have been made .... we could be Connacht Champions.”

Ray Foley said “It was a disgrace. It was like watching an under 12 game. Things need to change!”

Peggy Webber said “its up to us all, we need to sit back and take stock and quick or it will be to late.

The final word comes from Mick O’Rourke who said “What’s to consider? Quietly slip out the back door or more neck, bravado and talk of bad luck etc to justify themselves. Either way its the door.”