KERRY star Eoin Brosnan has yet to decide on his Kerry future.
The Dr Crokes man, speaking at the club's press day ahead of this Sunday's County Final with Dingle, indicated that he wouldn't decide upon his inter-county future until after Dr Crokes had finished their season. The length of which, of course, depends on how successful the club are. All of which means new Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice might have to wait until as late as March 17 – should the Crokes make it all the way to the All Ireland senior club final – to discover whether he'll have the the defensive lynchpin available to him for 2013.
"We'll finish the year with the Crokes first and we'll see how the body is," Brosnan commented.
When asked whether he had come to any conclusion about his intentions he replied: "Oh no, nothing at all.
"What I always say is if my body is well, if I'm fit enough, if I'm enjoying football, yes, of course [I will return]."
Given how well the centre-back has been playing for his club and county in the last twelve months and how impressive he was in the county semifinal against Laune Rangers, despite coming off the back of a lengthy spell on the sidelines, the odds must be on the side of Brosnan returning to the Kingdom fold next season.