Will 2021 be Brian Cody’s Final Year in Charge of the ‘Cats’

The last time Kilkenny won the hurling All-Ireland was in 2015, five years ago, that’s a famine in Kilkenny. The county with the most hurling All-Ireland’s in the history of the GAA. Brian Cody has been in charge of the Leinster hurling Champions since 1998, 23 years a stalwart of Kilkenny hurling and a legend of the sport.

But there are rumours floating that the manager of the ‘cats’ could be in his final year in charge. Brian Cody is a retired school teacher by day and hurling has been a large part of his life as a player and now as a manager.

The Alex Ferguson of Hurling you might call him, even when Cody does go, I can’t see him stepping away from Hurling, he strikes you of the type of guy that just loves being on the sidelines, be it the Kilkenny senior Hurling team or even underage, one thing is for sure, when he does go, it will take a lot to replace the James Stephens man.

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