Louth4sam wrote:For someone to be deemed a legend they should have to perform feats that are legendary in nature.
If a player is told they'd never play again half way through a season and then to come back and score in their first start in a winner takes all game in the final game of the season to win us our first title in 19 is nothing short of a legendary act. Not only will O'Donnell be remembered for his class and leadership qualities but that Cork game is a game that anyone that attended will remember for the rest of their lives and O'Donnell was the star.
I like most are sad to see him retire but I think we've gained a very good man to have behind the scenes which has me a lot more confident about the management team
Let's not forget the disgraceful, cynical attempt to take him out of it in that game straight from kick off.
He also scored arguably the most important goal in Shamrock Rovers history- but everyone has their faults