O’Sullivan plays down talk of Kerry exodus to AFL

Tom O’Sullivan has hit out at suggestions that Kerry stars Tommy Walsh and David Moran are set to move to Australian Rules.

Reports today have linked the pair to Aussie Rules side St Kildea, where the duo could pick up rookie contracts starting at around €25,000 a year.

O’Sullivan was today named Vodafone footballer of the month for September after his commanding display in the All-Ireland final.

With speculation still surrounding Tadhg Kennelly’s future, the loss of Walsh and Moran would be a huge blow to the Kingdom.

However, O’Sullivan says the lure of more Celtic Cross medals could be the deciding influence on the pair.

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