Ex-Tipp boss Michael Ryan gets back into management with 2016 All-Ireland club champions
MICHAEL RYAN IS back in management after being appointed as boss of Limerick champions Na Piarsaigh last night.
Ryan led Tipperary to All-Ireland glory in 2016 and stepped down as manager of his native county last August.
The Limerick Leader reports that the Drombane-Upperchurch native will take charge of the 2016 All-Ireland club champions, who were defeated by Ballygunner in the Munster final last November.
Ryan’s backroom team will include ex-Galway hurler Nigel Shaughnessy and Na Piarsaigh clubman PJ Breen.
He replaces Paul Beary, who led Na Piaraigh to the county title in his sole season in charge.
We would like to welcome our new senior hurling manager Michael Ryan and coach Nigel Shaughnessy to the club.
We wish you the very best for the coming season.
PJ Breen will also be part of the management team for 2019 pic.twitter.com/sgvYTl0iD2
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