The former legendary Kilkenny hurling manager has made a return to management, the former primary teacher is gone back to his local club James Stephens. The 68 year old will go back with his native club as a selector, it came as a shocking when the ten time All-Ireland winner stepped down this year after the All-Ireland defeat to Limerick.
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Brian Cody has returned to hurling with his home club James Stephens. https://t.co/LCAY8mA6Hy
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) September 6, 2022
'He’s a James Stephens man and knowing Brian, it was never going to be too long before he got back involved in the club.' https://t.co/PPGRvihznh
— The42.ie GAA (@The42GAA) September 6, 2022
Good luck to him in his new role as the James Stephens selector, Cody is a pure hurling man and absolutely loves the game. He was always going to comeback into hurling in some capacity. The Kilkenny management team will have big boots to fill this year in replacing the man that brought the biggest success ever to the south east county.