Liam Sheedy to act as advisor to new Offaly hurling boss Eamonn Kelly
Published 09/09/2015 | 07:34
Liam Sheedy is to act in an advisory capacity for the Offaly hurlers under the management of Eamonn Kelly, whose appointment has been approved by the County Board.
Sheedy chaired a committee to find a successor to Brian Whelahan, who stepped down earlier in the summer, and now he has agreed to help out in the background. His role will be in a training capacity and he won't be involved on match days.
Sheedy quit inter-county management not long after guiding Tipperary to an All-Ireland title in 2010.