Kerry attacker Paul Geaney has described the rumours of unrest in the Kingdom's camp last winter as “nonsense”.
Injury forced Geaney to miss Kerry’s late Munster SFC semi-final defeat to Cork back in November and the Dingle clubman admitted that he “tuned out from the championship in a lot of ways after that” and didn’t even watch the All-Ireland final on the day.
Speaking to RTE Sport, the 30-year-old also dismissed the rumours that circulated about the Kerry squad and management in the wake of the last-minute loss to the Rebels.
"The rumours were nonsense, and just to put a bottom line on it we're fully behind the management team. I couldn't be stronger on that,” said Geaney.
"We've learned our lessons from the Cork game and we're looking forward to showing what we've learned over the past two years.
"This team has developed an awful lot. One bad defeat doesn't make you a bad team and we're hugely enthusiastic about this season."Tweet