Ezeikial wrote:Stephen Kenny talks about Sean Hoare at right back and how he could also play up-front, the quality that Patrick Hoban is showing and calls out both Waterford and Cork for intentionally having poorly prepared pitches. I'm expecting a backlash to the pitch stuffBut, after his side recorded a 2-0 win over Bohemians on a well-kept pitch at Dalymount Park on Friday, Kenny took the opportunity to take a pop at second-placed City and Waterford, who are third.
Dundalk’s only defeats this season both came in the last month, at Turner’s Cross and the RSC, with Kenny seething about the conditions at the two grounds — claiming it reflected ‘archaic thinking’.
Kenny rapped: “At least Bohemians, they cut the grass which is a basic requirement but it doesn’t happen any week we play.
“They cut the grass and watered the pitch because they backed themselves and that should be the minimum requirement.
https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/26 ... alk-visit/
I doubt many managers pay too much attention to Stephen's moans anymore. It's actually very funny all the same. A rival manager trying to lecture his two closest rivals on how to prepare their pitch.