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We Might Be Seeing Pat Spillane On The Sideline For Kerry

We Might Be Seeing Pat Spillane On The Sideline For Kerry
By PJ Browne

After another barren year for Kerry at U21 level, Darragh Ó Sé stepped down as manager during the week. He had spent three years in charge, losing to Cork in the Munster Championship three times.

The former midfielder is not alone in having trouble guiding Kerry to success at U21. After winning four times in the 90s, the Kingdom have only one U21 All-Ireland to their name since. That was 2008 when they beat Kildare in the final.

A man with even more All-Irelands to his name than Darragh Ó Sé has thrown his hat into the ring for the job. Pat Spillane fancies getting up of the Sunday Game couch and have a go an inter-county management.

He told The Sunday World:

I want to give something back. I was very interested last year and I'm still interested.

They're not short of big names linked with the role either. After being part of the previous management ticket, Seamus Moynihan's name has also been associated.

Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

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