GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has given a vivid description of the difficulties that accompany inter-county management.
Writing in today’s edition, Moriarty points to the perils that are part and parcel of the job.
“It’s a strange thing inter-county management,” he said.
“A role coveted by many and yet easily one of the loneliest solitudes one can find; the questions and answers, the never-ending examination of your process and results. Life inside this goldfish bowl couldn’t be any smaller.”
The full column is available in today’s edition, in shops now or online here.