The modern GAA player is trained to act like a gym-hardened replicant. But thankfully Kerry manager Peter Keane brings a desperately-missing folksiness to the mic every time he's interviewed. Minutes after watching his young Kerry side bravely take Dublin to the brink, Keane was yerra unflappable in his post match interview with Siobhan Madigan. There was one brilliant yerra and two mention of 'lucky bags' and some straight talk too. 'A draw is always an anti-climax'
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) September 1, 2019
Keane's post-match interview with Sky Sports featured a solitary yerra. He said Kerry will learn a lot from the experience and left the door open to the likes of Tomas O'Sé and James O'Doniaghue being available for the replay.
— Sky Sports GAA (@SkySportsGAA) September 1, 2019