Shefflin backs Cody to continue as Cats boss

Henry Shefflin is backing Brian Cody for yet another year in charge of the Kilkenny hurlers.

The Cats manager recently published his autobiography, leading to some fans questioning if he has plans to step down from the position he has occupied since 1998.

Shefflin, speaking as he picked up Vodafone’s GAA Player of the month award for August today, insisted that Cody has many more years left in him.

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