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Seamus Kenny in at Ratoath to bring some structure to a team that badly needs it. Great appointment from where they were.

Upforyourball (Meath) - Posts: 12 - 11/11/2018 00:49:12    2150551

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Replying To Upforyourball:  "Seamus Kenny in at Ratoath to bring some structure to a team that badly needs it. Great appointment from where they were."
Seamus or his brother Ciaran? If it is Seamus that's a big job for someones 1st dip into the management waters.

Aloblack (Meath) - Posts: 72 - 11/11/2018 10:16:06    2150556

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hear that its one of the kennys has to be ciaran hardly seamus . i believe someone from a neighbouring club with alot senior experience is going in with him

that will be a good one to watch

dnewlad (Meath) - Posts: 126 - 11/11/2018 23:53:44    2150697

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any other appointments

dnewlad (Meath) - Posts: 126 - 11/11/2018 23:55:03    2150698

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Replying To head4dblackspot:  "Ciaron Byrne is actually a Ratoath man
Played for ratoath and went to school in Ratoath parish and was brought up in ratoath parish
Won a minor for ratoath"
If my memory is correct Ciaran is a Ratoath man , and played most if not all his Juvenile football with Ratoath , he may have won a minor with Ratoath in the mid 80s , but I know he was on the amalgamation team of St Martins I believe when they won the Minor around 85-87. they were Dunshaughlin and others . ( A bit like the UN )
Allen Foley was Captain that year .
After that I recall that Ciaran transferred to Dunshaughlin , where he was part of the 3 in a row under Eamon Barry .....Possibly our last real tilt at Leinster ....

Chaisleain_Abu (Meath) - Posts: 195 - 12/11/2018 09:07:18    2150711

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I wouldn't suspect that it is Seamus Kenny who is going to them, not his brother who just left his role with Simonstown to take a break. Ratoath are a bit of a basket case and will take a lot of fixing. They have been consistently getting to championship finals and winning a lot of them at minor and u21 level but haven't been able to push on at Senior level. Having so many players away with Meath for the majority of the season does definitely effect them, however that is not the only issue that they have.

BigJoe14 (Meath) - Posts: 375 - 12/11/2018 09:59:06    2150722

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Replying To Upforyourball:  "Seamus Kenny in at Ratoath to bring some structure to a team that badly needs it. Great appointment from where they were."
Did you come with this rubbish?

ISupposeSoSheehan (Meath) - Posts: 43 - 12/11/2018 11:48:42    2150743

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Replying To Upforyourball:  "Seamus Kenny in at Ratoath to bring some structure to a team that badly needs it. Great appointment from where they were."
Absolute no experience. Out of frying pan Into the fire if they appoint him and him never coached at senior level. Has he actually coached even at underage.

Talking_Sense (Meath) - Posts: 49 - 13/11/2018 08:27:38    2150897

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Seamus Kenny would be a fantastic coup for Ratoath. Anytime I got close to the pitch when he was playing for Meath I could see that he was a leader of the group and tended to call the tactics and bring on the players around him.

He would need to bring a backup team with him and avoid any carry over from the existing set up. They really need a new broom treatment

Ashrules (Dublin) - Posts: 194 - 13/11/2018 10:18:48    2150907

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