Marc O Sé on what it's like playing for Jack O'Connor and if he should stay on as Kerry manager
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"I think they have a bit of unfinished business."
O'Connor maybe didn't get off to the best start with Marc and is brothers Darragh and Tomas O Sé, when he took the Kerry job in 2004 because he was replacing their uncle Páidí.
However, he won them over, and had great success with them, winning All-Irelands in '04, 06' and '09, before returning yet again in in 2021 to help them win another.
Speaking exclusively on the latest episode of The GAA Hour, O Sé shares his insight on what O'Connor would have been thinking going into Sunday' All-Ireland final against Dublin.
"Jack is a great manager. A great manager. He would have gone into that game with the Kerry plan, like 'what we're going to do'.
"I just think Dublin had that physicality. Just man for man - like they were saying James McCarthy didn't have a great game, but for me McCarthy was taking lumps out of fellas, going after them, and that's what you want.
"If there was a transfer market tomorrow morning, you would go after James McCarthy straight away, the way he just goes after fellas. "
The attention will now no doubt turn to the Kerry job and whether or not O'Connor and has team will stay on, but for O Sé it's a no-brainer.
"Jack has this kind of innate ability to go when he needs to go, and then put his hat in the ring when he needs to come back. I would like to see him stay on to be totally honest, for another year or two.
"I think that these players need him at the moment, but I also think that the team need to stay on - Paddy Tally, Mike Quirke, Diarmuid Murphy, I think they need to stay on.
"I think they have a bit of unfinished business to do, to be honest, and I think they need to stay on and win another All-Ireland."
You can listen to the full episode on all podcast streaming platforms, or watch it on YouTube now.
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