WATCH – John Kiely on picking side for Ennis “it should come with a box of Panadol”

With so many of his panel putting their hands up for a place in the side, Kiely talks about the selection headache ahead of Sunday’s clash with Clare.

“The word headache is often used with reference to selection. It should come with a box of Panadol I think. Those challenges in terms of selection are there all the time, for all positions. It’s not just the one that’s been highlighted between players in the full forward line. Last year we dilemmas over injuries and that’s a bigger pain in the head than the one I have at the moment.”

The Limerick boss also talks about how his side are trying to develop their attacking game in the video below.

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