Cheers, I thought I read here that he was from Mayo.
Quite a staunch defence of Rochford but based on the flawed premise that the objections to the O’Shea move are down to a fear of change. They’re not, for the most part. The main objection as I see it is that it cost Mayo more than they gained, that another player could arguably have done the same job at a lower cost to Mayo’s overall performance.
Anyhow. You have to admire Rochford’s self-belief, and his willingness to try something. But he’s a pragmatist and I wouldn’t be surprised if he moves O’Shea out the field and puts a man-marker on Donaghy to spoil everything that comes in.