Armagh GAA has sensationally changed their management of the senior men’s team today that has shocked the GAA world.
After years of hard graft to mold a team Kieran McGeeney was sacked and a strange duo was put in charge.
Killeavy’s one in a row All Ireland winner Steven McDonnell and Carrickcruppen’s Paul ‘judge’ Kearns has been appointed joint managers in a move that has left some people scratching their heads.
Armagh County Chairman Michael Savage told us:
“Steven and The Judge approached us months ago with a plan that they have put together. The plan was well thought out and could well see us going for a second All Ireland title.
Judge will be central to the plan. He will need to be an umpire during all Armagh matches. We all know how fair he is when he umpires Cruppen games (wink, wink).”