Tipperary senior football manager David Power has voiced his support for Proposal B ahead of Saturday week’s GAA Special Congress.
The proposal would see the National League and All-Ireland football championship linked the competitions moving to the Spring.
Speaking to TippFm, Power has backed the proposal while also describe the current structure of the football championship as “unfit for purpose”.
“I think it’s quite obvious that the football championship is unfit for purpose.
“From a manager’s point of view, from a coaches point of view, a player’s pint of view, we want to be playing more competitive matches and I suppose that’s where all these new proposals have come through.
“Since it came out, I’ve always been a ‘B’ man because it’s going to provide Tipperary football with at least 12 to 13 games a year.
“That’s how you’re going to develop players and I think that will be massive.”Tweet