Former Kerry star Paul Galvin togged out this morning for his new Dublin club, St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh.
The 37 year-old picked up four All-Ireland titles throughout a glittered career with the Kingdom, and he will now represent a major addition to the Dublin giants.
One of the club’s most famous sons was quick to both welcome and warn Galvin today, as the Kerryman wore Bernard Brogan’s famous jersey.
— Bernard Brogan (@bernardbrogan) February 19, 2017
The banter was quick to follow.
— John Doyle (@johnnydoyle78) February 19, 2017
However, as always, not everybody was happy with the transfer, with some pointing out that Galvin’s arrival means that a clubman may be losing out on a place in the team.
— Exiled Dub (@Exiled_Penguin) February 19, 2017
However, transfers have long been a staple of the club game, and with long distances in question, it is a no-brainer.