The former Roscommon football manager Kevin McStay was on commenatry duty on Sunday afternoon with Ger Canning for Dublin vs Kerry and a lot of people weren’t happy with the Mayo mans commenatry throughout the match.
Probably a bit harsh on the 60 year old pundit, but none the less here are some of the comments that were online while Kerry were taking on the Dubs at Croke Park.
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Time for Colm O’Rourke and Kevin McStay to join Spillane.. #OutTheGap @TheSundayGame
— Niall Rowland (@NiallR12) July 10, 2022
I know Mayo fans have suffered enough over the years but I really hope Kevin Mcstay gets the Mayo job so the rest of us don't have to listen to him on the Sunday game
— Christopher Keaney (@ChristyKeaney27) July 10, 2022
Could somebody remove Kevin McStay from the commentators box please, an absolute wet wipe. Dangerous play, cop yourself on, ball was there to be kicked. Can hardly believe Comerford is hurt after feigning injury just prior to the penalty. @TheSundayGame #KerryvDublin
— Diarmuid Masterson (@MasterDan86) July 10, 2022
Kevin McStay cannot be the commentator for the final. Never even a yellow why’s he talking bout a red card. Ball was there to be pulled on #DUBKER
— Peter Duffy (@COc1_4) July 10, 2022
Absolute rubbish commentary, of course O’Shea had to go for it. Shut up Kevin McStay!
— Óran Keevers 🇵🇸🎗 (@Keevers05) July 10, 2022
Jesus will someone put Kevin McStay out of his misery. Terrible commentator. O’Shea fully entitled to go for loose ball – and the ball was loose. It’s a contact sport! Dubs should have had black card extended for ridiculous time wasting by Comerford! #RTEGAA
— Paul McGovern (@PaulMagoo6) July 10, 2022
Kerry are set to take on Galway now in the final in two weeks time and this is not a forgone conclusion for the Kingdom as the Tribesmen will through everything at Kerry in a hope to bring the Sam Maguire trophy to the west for the first time since 2000 when their manager Padraig Joyce was in the team.
Kevin McStay called it correct. O Shea followed through with his left foot striking Comerford in the face. It was a low shot after frustration of great save by Comerford It was a red card.
Entitled to go for ball but not the follow through knew exactly what he was doing straight red all day