Matt Cooper: If McManus’s cash hasn’t bought Limerick’s success, it surely helped

The Limerick team and management deserve credit for all that they have achieved, but it is reasonable to take a look at McManus’s influence on the county’s success

29th August, 2021
Matt Cooper: If McManus’s cash hasn’t bought Limerick’s success, it surely helped
John Kiely, the Limerick manager, and JP McManus, the billionaire who provides financial support to the country team, after last week’s all-Ireland hurling final win. Picture: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

There are people in Limerick GAA circles sensitive to the idea that JP McManus’s money has bought success. It hasn’t, in itself, but it surely has to have helped. To mention money is not to devalue the achievements of this Limerick senior hurling team, possibly the finest to have ever played the game.

That’s a big statement to make about a group who have not completed a celebrated four in a...

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