The Tipperary senior football team have lost their head manger as David Power as of yesterday evening informed Tipperary GAA of his intention to step down from his position with immediate effect.
Informing Tipperary County Board of his decision, David stated the following;
“Now that our season has ended, I have decided to step aside from the role of Tipperary senior football manager.
The last four years have been some of the best of my life. I enjoyed every minute of trying to drive Tipperary football on, alongside some of the most passionate people you could ever meet. It was nothing short of a privilege.
Results didn’t go our way this year, but we stood firm even though the wind was blowing against us. We lost so many players, key warriors, through injury, travel and retirement but even with all those knock backs, our panel worked so hard this season.
We had 35 players training every night and I would like to thank them for the massive effort, and for the fight they showed. That desire that will stand to Tipp football in the years ahead. There are several young players now coming through the system with senior experience and I hope they drive the county on.
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He'll always be remembered as the man that won the Munster Cup took the team as far as he could November 22 2020 will be a memory no Tipp fan ever forget
— Paul O' Sullivan (@PaulOSuMunster) June 6, 2023