In Examiner sport section today, not online yet, but match reviewed by their journalist, Eoghan Cormican. Two other sidebar columns, one on JOC post match, and the other is the ' 60 second report' .
Here's the first few para's from the JOC column
He accepted the result, he accepted the better team had won, but neither was going to stop JOC from having his say on the performance of referee Brendan Cawley.
The Kerry mananger wasn't pleased with Cawleys handling of the game, not one bit.
' I just thought on the day that we didn't get a whole pile of breaks from that man, said O'Connor. 'Galway seemed to get frees that bit easier than we got frees......
'Look, we are only splitting hairs there. I think Galway were better, but certainly, on the day, we didnt't seem to get a lot of breaks'
From the 60 second report
The decision by Kerry management to play Brian O'Seanachain , named at midfield, at centre back and move Andrew Barry out to the middle, backfired badly. Galway, to great success, went through the central channel of the Kerry defence time and time again during the opening half.
He then goes on to blame the match against Cork, who put up such a poor show, it gave them false confidence, whilst Galway were tested by Sligo, but his lads might have got ' a bit carried away'...
As Dub09 wrote
No no ... that wouldn't be nice at all ..... Wooo hooo