Former All-Ireland winning manager Liam Sheedy has said that he believes that Kilkenny are no longer invincible and teams do not fear them.
Speaking in the Irish Independent, the ex Tipperary boss claims that after his side defeated the Cats in last September’s final it removed the latters aura of invincibility. It opened up the door for sides such as Dublin, to go and take on the black and amber without fear of failure.
“They are going to be challenged differently because I do think the aura of invincibility has gone,” said Sheedy.
“They went four years unbeaten in the championship, close on five.”