Henry Shefflin Says Galway Won’t Panic After Dublin Hammering

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The nine time All-Ireland winner Henry Shuffling insists the Tribesmen won’t panic despite getting bate out the gate against Dublin at the weekend by 3-29 to 0-19. The former Kilkenny star was talking to RTE after the game and said;

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“It was a very difficult day for us as a management team, and for the players as well. We did stick at it and made the game a little bit more competitive in the second half,” Shefflin said.

“From a hurling point of view, and where we’re at, we were well, well back. We’ve lots of work to do. We’re only in a couple of months and you could see that Dublin were well down the tracks.

“To be fair we’re doing a lot of chopping and changing. There were seven or eight changes to the team from last week. It’s hard to get that pattern of play that Dublin have at the moment.

“It is concerning because we’re trying to find players. It’s about growing and learning, and we will not panic yet. Are we disappointed? Of course we are, and I’m sure Galway hurling is hurting because Dublin were just streets ahead of us.”

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