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Joe Brolly Not Budging From Comments About Paul Grimley

Joe Brolly Not Budging From Comments About Paul Grimley
By PJ Browne Updated

Joe Brolly has stood by the criticism which he made of Armagh and their manager on the Sunday Game Live after their loss to Cavan.

Armagh manager, Paul Grimley said yesterday that he was giving serious consideration to boycotting the national broadcaster following Brolly's comments.

Brolly made light of Grimley's remark by asking if it was actually the BBC with which Grimley had a problem.

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Former Armagh player and BBC analyst, Jarlath Burns tweeted Brolly saying that he hoped he regretted the comments. He was having none of it though.

Brolly called Armagh's performance on Sunday a disgrace and also added that the Armagh country board should be putting out the bat signal for the McEntee twins from Crossmaglen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrbq_hW2h_g

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He also reiterated his comments when he appeared on The Sunday Game that night.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVEqIfp5kok

Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE

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