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#4681

WTF??? I know exactly who Tom Ryan is… Why would I think ex manager Tom Ryan would need to transfer to Dublin?

Tom Ryan hates Limerick.


#4682

Will he be able to play in an All-Ireland final if they get there? A very good hurler.


#4683

I doubt it? Surely last seasons competition.


#4684

There’s only one Tom Ryan, and it’s not the liberties version.


#4685

He’s training away with Dublin.

He hates Limerick.


#4686

If he didn’t play with Liberties last year it may be possible


#4687

Are you back for the hurling game that only limerick want to win god help us :joy::joy::joy:


#4688

What game is that?


#4689

Tom Ryan is a massive limerick fan and transferred to Cuala to halt club latte from winning another soft all Ireland like all good limerick fans would.


#4690

What’s this fellas story lads, is he a bit of a strange fish or what? Decent hurler but never showed any interest in playing with Limerick really


#4691

He may be a bit of a strange fish, but I don’t think that it’s due to not wanting to play first Limerick. It’s not that hard to fathom that someone wouldn’t want to commit to intercounty hurling.

It is a bit of a pity though, he would definitely have added something to the panel over the past couple of years.


#4692

When to the states working. In the financial services area. Returned last year and got a job in Dublin. I wouldn’t agree that he didn’t show any interest in hurling with Limerick.


#4693

Welcome back


#4694

If Dublin are on the ball they’ll be asking him to join their panel.


#4695

Already a part of the panel apparently, played for Dublin against Tipp last weekend.

Could definitely be a starter for them.


#4696

Ah that point against Tipp in 2014 was unreal. Hickey adding the insurance score then. A good day out.


#4697

TOms A1.


#4698

Could be a good addition, he was looking like he would be a future mainstay for midfield or wing back when he came in first. Hopefully he has settled down a bit :smile:


#4699

The All Ireland Club series is seen as a new competition and he should be eligible if his transfer is gone through unless they have changed the rules in recent times.

I recall a baldy headed Tipp footballer making his debut for Portlaoise in an A/I club semi final back 7 or 8 years ago. @myboyblue can you recall?


#4700

Hugh Coughlan. Won a Club All Ireland with Vincents and moved to Portlaoise due to his work as a guard and transferred in for a few years.