Yes, I have been posting stuff with a similar enough theme. But I have also always said we need to see how it goes before making judgement. My over riding point is that Cunningham has made big decisions, so he needs to prove his way his better then what went before, if it is then that is great, if it is not - then with big decisions comes big accountability.
I was among a minority that was supportive of Cunningham last year when he made positional changes, Rushe, Carton etc. I saw it as brave and adventurous. But yes, I am a little concerned when serious servants of Dublin hurling are concerned. But am willing to see how it goes.
But my biggest worry is that if this team gets beaten badly some where along the line, that people will start saying we haven't the players when in fact we have proven that we do have the players. We just didn't have a manager that got them on the field.