Cian O’Neill appointed as coach of the Cork footballers

With the Cork footballers will be joined by former Kildare manager Cian O’Neill .
The Moorefield man, who has worked with the Mayo and Kerry footballers, in addition to the Tipperary hurlers, will combine Ronan McCarthy’s backroom team.
O’Neill departed after four seasons in charge this summer from his county Kildare.
Cork have been having enjoyed a campaign that is favorable 2019 by reaching the Super 8s. In addition they scooped titles at U20 and little, and there’s an optimism in the Rebel County which they are moving in the perfect direction.
Meanwhile, Laois GAA have declared that Eddie Brennan will last at the helm of the the O’Moore County’s hurlers. The Kilkenny native directed the side in his first year in charge to an All-Ireland quarter-final look and a Joe McDonagh Cup name.
As anticipated that Mike Quirke will take charge of the Laois footballers it was also confirmed.

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