Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy sees a bright future ahead for the Premier County in spite of yesterday’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final defeat to Waterford.
Sheedy’s charges went down to the Deise men in a 4-28 2-27 defeat Pairc Ui Chaoimh, where he had nothing but praise for his players after the final whistle.
“I thought the way the crowd cheered my team in off the stadium here tells you all you need to know,” Sheedy is quoted saying by TippFM.
“I would say maybe a lot of people questioned the character I had here in that dressing room, were they too old, were they this, were they that, but I’ll tell you one thing, they gave ye some answer today.
“That is a top-quality group with a top-quality bench to come in from with top quality guys behind them that didn’t make the 26 today.
“There’s a very, very bright future in Tipperary for the next number of years with the quality of player I have in that dressing room and the spirit is as strong as ever.”Tweet