Donal Óg Cusack let his frustrations regarding Cork hurling be known on the Sunday Game last night. Des Cahill set him with a question regarding the absence of U21 and minor All-Ireland medals in the Cork panel and then the former intercounty keeper knocked it out of the park.
He was particularly irate about the €70m being spent of the new Páirc Úi Chaoimh. Des Cahill tried to defend the development by pointing out that it will also be a centre of excellence for Cork GAA, but Cusack was having none of it.
A centre of excellence? Well it's not a centre of excellence. There's two fields there, how could that be a centre of excellence? If I was a club person I'd be looking for a review of that. That's going to turn out to be a centre of mediocrity.
Donal Óg felt the money could be better spent on coaches, citing the fact that Cork only has five games development coaches to Dublin's 50 plus.
You can watch the full clip from the Sunday Game above.