Former Kilkenny hurler Eddie Brennan says he’s not sure at the current time if he’d go back into county management but wouldn’t rule it out.
The Graigue Ballycallan club man is currently working with his club’s U11’s and the Cuala hurlers in Dublin.
He stepped down from the Laois manager’s job in December last year and linked up with Cuala manager John Twomey to take charge of the two-time All-Ireland Club champions.
When asked on the Clash Act podcast about county management again, Eddie said he looks at every offer on its merits.
“I’m taking things as they come, and what’s on your lap at the moment, you deal with that,” said Eddie.
“I don’t go touting business either, the Laois thing like I said was very accidental how it came about, it was literally a friend of mine, we spoke one day on something unrelated and he just bounced it to me, and there was just an appeal in what was being put on your lap, and I think that’s the most important thing” he added.
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