The former five time All-Ireland winner Colm Cooper believes Dublin are a bit all over the place but also believes it’s still saveable for the Dubs. Dublin have lost four games in a row in the Championship and look a long way off in what they were when they won the six All-Ireland titles in a row.
“They’re all over the place at the moment,” ‘Gooch’ said on RTÉ’s Allianz League Sunday.
“There’s no cohesion and there’s a lack of chemistry there. They’re going through a bit of evolution.
“The one thing I would say is it’s retrievable. They still have a little bit of time, but they need James McCarthy back, they need Con O’Callaghan back, they need Eoin Murchan.
“Kerry in 2013 were in a similar situation. We’d lost our first four league games and we turned it around to stay up, and had a decent run in the championship.
“It’s retrievable, but Dessie [Farrell] has an awful lot of work to do between now and the championship.”