Paul Galvin’s arrival as manager has been described as a ‘boost’ by Wexford footballer Conor Devitt.
The four-time All-Ireland winner took over the reins of the Model County from Paul McLoughlin and, speaking to the RTE GAA podcast, Devitt remarked: “He's been and done it with Kerry for years, so it's been great to have a lad of his calibre come into us.
“There's a bit of an onus there on movement, going forward with the ball. It's refreshing enough because of the way football has gone; a lot of back and forth, and running.
“It's a clean slate, and Paul has taken his ideas to us, and it's up to ourselves to bring it to the games.
“Obviously we're just going to learn from him over the next few months, and hopefully bring that into league and championship.”Tweet