Former Donegal Senior Football manager Brian McEniff says that counties like Carlow and Wicklow need to consider whether or not to continue playing in the current Championship format.
Carlow are at home to Wicklow in the first round of the All-Ireland Qualifiers, and speaking to KCLR, Brian says that the Footballing Counties should look to mirror the current Hurling structures.
“It will be a good game between Carlow and Wicklow but it’s a sorry fact that one team will have to exit the championship after over Five months training.”
“We really as an association need to look at some source of competition and I think that the weaker counties are foolish not to buy into what is very good in hurling with teams comfortable with that three tier structure.”
“The likes of Carlow and Wicklow and all the weaker counties need to take a look at where they are going and should look to engage in a more competitive competition”.