New Thomastown United manager Murty Brennan says it’s always important to bring young players in to freshen up the squad.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s Last 16 Pat Maher Shield clash against against Evergreen B, Murty says there is plenty of young talent who have performed well pre-season.
“It’s always important to bring players through on a regular basis because otherwise what can actually happen is you can get to a stage where a lot players can retire at the one time.
“Then your left with a large hole in a squad or a team so the best way to do and it has always been a philosophy of mine is to bring at least two, three young underage players into the system every season.
“This year now we have Nathan Cullen who is an excellent young player, Adam Power, Adam Farrelly, these are all players who have a good future and they played very well in our friendlies, and also against Ormonde Villa,” he said.