Post by Kingdomson on Jan 18, 2018 10:49:55 GMT
I would safely say that mayo had more to cheer about. I myself was simply stupified by the tactical shambles, the most notable being the inability to play a short kickout to a defender and for the defender to get the return handpass to the keeper and then build from the back....like mayo and dublin did in 2017. . Kerry kickouts were raffled up the middle where mayo won half of them. Mayo retained possession from nearly all of theirs.
Imagine trying to win a rugby game where you lose half your own throw ins and all of the throw in by the opposition.
Maybe mikey might explain the tactical shambles that day.
And while he is at it, explain why shane ryan left the panel. As i understand it, it had nothing to do with not cutting the mustard in training.
Well if Mikey wants to talk about embarrassing - nothing was more embarrassing for Kerry footfall on the day (well, apart from our goalkeeper putting a kickout wide behind his own endline) than the behaviour of a member of the selection team whose self discipline completely broke down as he made a right ejit of himself. They don’t want supporters at training sessions – fair enough - but they don’t want to hear any criticism either it seems even if most of it is constructive. Deflecting to the supporters is unfair, nor does it help the sense that since closing the doors to training this management team look down their nose a bit at the supporters. If there's a gap growing between the Kerry team and supporters, little wonder.