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Eddie Brennan Discusses Brian Cody’s Future With Kilkenny

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifiers Round 2, Semple Stadium, Co. Tipperary 8/7/2017 Waterford vs Kilkenny Kilkenny's manager Brian Cody Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Having tasted their first ever qualifier defeat, many have questioned if Brian Cody will wish to remain in charge for another season.   However, Kilkenny legend and current under-21 hurling manager Eddie Brennan believes that we will see Cody patrol the sidelines once again in 2018. Brian Cody’s legacy is set in stone. The James Stephens man has overseen the greatest …

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Hurling: The Death Of The Corner Forward

GAA All Ireland Senior Hurling Final 7/9/2008 Kilkenny Eddie Brennan celebrates scoring his second goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

‘Systems’ is the word that many feel is killing hurling as a spectacle at the moment. What is often classed as the greatest game in the world has been down right awful for the bones of two years now. One thing that is becoming less and less important is the role of the corner-forward.  Watching the games yesterday really pointed …

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Four Talking Points From The Weekend’s GAA Action

Joel Slattery looks at the major talking points from the weekend’s GAA action, including the debate over pre-season competitions and Longford’s upset against Dublin.  _____ Longford Upset The Dubs Given Dublin’s dominance in Leinster, any win over the men from the capital in any competition is a bonus for teams. With that in mind, credit must go to Longford for …

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Eddie Brennan Confirmed As New Kilkenny U21 Hurling Manager

The least surprising news in the history of the GAA was announced tonight, as Brian Cody was ratified by the Kilkenny county board to continue as manager of the senior hurlers for 2016. The James Stephens clubman has now won 11 All-Ireland titles at the helm of the Cats since taking over in 1999, and will be hungry to break …

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Kilkenny In Numbers – One To Ten of The Cats’ Dominance

Fergal Cantwell discusses the dominance of Kilkenny hurling as they gear up for Sunday’s massive All Ireland Final with Tipperary in Croke Park. It is fair to say that Kilkenny have dominated the game of hurling since Brian Cody took over the reins back in 1999. His first year in charge ended with a heartbreaking defeat to Cork by the smallest of …

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