GAA legend Mick O’Dwyer has said he is not ready to retire.
The Wicklow manager saw his side play out an entertaining 2-13 to 0-19 draw with Armagh after extra time on Saturday.
Talking to RTE, O’Dwyer said he thoroughly enjoyed the game.
“It was a wonderful performance from our team and also a wonderful performance from Armagh. It was a very competitive game. Real Championship stuff.”
Talking about his future, O’Dwyer said: “They’ve been writing me off for many, many year. That goes on regularly but i don’t take any notice of that whatsoever. That’s part and parcel of the scribes.”
The 76 year old won eight All Ireland titles as Kerry manager and won a total of three Leinster titles during his time at Kildare and Laois.
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