Waterford manager Liam Cahill has described Sunday’s Munster SHC clash against Cork at Walsh Park as “the biggest game” in his tenure as Deise boss.
Cahill’s charges are seeking a win to advance into the All-Ireland series while the Rebels must avoid defeat to keep their summer hopes alive.
Looking ahead to this weekend’s crunch clash, Cahill said he hopes to see Waterford fans flocking to Walsh Park “in their droves” and pack out the venue.
“It’s a championship defining game for us. We really need to put our best foot forward,” he is quoted saying by The42.ie
“This is the biggest game in my tenure here to be straight and honest about it. That’s why I’d really appeal to the Waterford people to pack out Walsh Park next Sunday.
“I’d really appeal to them to travel in their droves and keep their voice good and loud. I know they’ll require us to give them something to go off. We commit to that. I commit to it and the players will definitely commit to it on the day.
“If our players are giving the supporters something to go off, they need to come behind us on this occasion because this launchpads our season if we can get over the line.”Tweet