John Martin

John Martin: Sheedy can’t work miracles once a month

NEW ROLE…Liam Sheedy, pictured with the Antrim minors, will work with the Saffron county

GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has warned against those who think that Liam Sheedy can have a significant impact on Antrim hurling.

The Tipperary native is set to work with the county’s senior team and county committee, but Martin said that the details suggest that it could be less intense than expected with Sheedy expected to make monthly trips.

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“White it’s a huge positive to have the input of a hurling man with the experience and expertise of Sheedy, these type of arrangements can only affect limited change on the ground.”

The full column is in today’s Gaelic Life, in shops now or available here.

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