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London Hurling and Club Managers

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Seen and heard recently that a number of the Gabriels and Kilburn lads aren't too happy with the Lonon set up and may not be returning, any truth in this anyone?
If so what exactly is the problem, i.e. the commute, the training, no interest?

Also Cuchalainns, Fulham Irish and (i think) Sean Traceys are without a manager at present and from what I hear will struggle to find anyone for next year.... Bad state of affairs if you ask me.
Do football clubs struggle with this also or is it a Hurling handicap in London?

chanceit (UK) - Posts: 38 - 16/12/2015 16:32:27    1813185


Any big transfer names or news with both London teams.....?

edshamrocks (Wexford) - Posts: 338 - 15/01/2016 21:35:09    1816973


I think its a problem across the board with getting management teams in place in london. Most people in their late 30's who could potentially be club managers are either have work commitments or have families and haven't the time to commit to being involved with teams.

therubes (Cork) - Posts: 95 - 22/01/2016 14:26:03    1818510


How's the hurlers fixed for the weekend,nice to start with a home game......

edshamrocks (Wexford) - Posts: 338 - 09/02/2016 17:31:15    1824129


No Gabriels men on the London team,what's up with that?????

edshamrocks (Wexford) - Posts: 338 - 15/02/2016 10:50:47    1825412


I guess the rumours were true about them falling out with the manager.
Looks like Gabriels players arent going to be involved this year, anyone have any updates on this?

chanceit (UK) - Posts: 38 - 15/02/2016 13:09:31    1825478


If there aren't no Gabriels lads with the experience some of them have not on that London team then they won't survive in that group, will be back down to 2B. Was at the game Sunday, wasn't the best of hurling but they were poor and looked like they hadn't trained much. Hard to see them get anywhere this year unless there's experience in that team.

tdawg90 (Galway) - Posts: 60 - 16/02/2016 09:08:14    1825665