Daithi Regan has lashed out at Offaly's interim hurling management over what he describes as the 'disgusting' treatment of Kevin Dunne.
Despite impressing in Offaly's first two Joe McDonagh Cup games against Laois and Westmeath, the Seir Kieran player was dropped for their last outing against Antrim after interim manager Joachim Kelly had brought four new players into the squad. Former Birr and Offaly All-Ireland winner claims the Seir Kieran player was badly treated and has expressed the hope that the interim management will "get the f**k out" after tomorrow's do-or-die clash with Kerry in Tralee.
Travelling to Tralee tomorrow with a crowd and hope Offaly win, @BrianCarroll13 however I am fcuking disgusted at the treatment of Kevin Dunne, one of our most committed young fellows, excellent v Laois and best player v Westmeath, gets fcuked out for lads who were not 1/2— Daithi regan (@daithi_regan) June 14, 2019
There all year, out and a player not involved until last week gets to travel after 3 or 4 sessions , not even the balls to tell him to his face, a joke, I hope we win them I hope this crowd get the fcuk out, what a disgusting way to treat a brilliant young man,— Daithi regan (@daithi_regan) June 14, 2019
I hope Clare stick with current management for this season, interim managers think they can come in and fcuk good young decent men off panels and bring in their own club mates who are not even playing for their club, I love Offaly but we are a joke, I am totally disgusted— Daithi regan (@daithi_regan) June 14, 2019
I don’t give a shite what service the current Offaly management have given in the field but they lack balls in facing up to their responsibility, it takes manners, not balls to face up to a young man and be honest ffs lads COP on— Daithi regan (@daithi_regan) June 14, 2019
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