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Paul Brennan: Did Kerry get the best or the worst opponent in Derry for their All-Ireland quarter-final? Time will tell


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Derry come into Sunday’s semi-final with huge questions still hanging over their form, but so too are there concerns that Kerry come into the game untested and therefore susceptible

Derry’s Ethan Doherty comes up against Tony Brosnan and Gavin White during the 2023 All-Ireland SFC semi-final at Croke Park. Photo by Sportsfile

So, Jack O’Connor says Derry is the hardest quarter-final opponent Kerry could have got in last Monday’s draw. Well, he would say that, wouldn’t he?

Of course, the Kerry manager is absolutely right. Of the three teams the Munster champions could have been paired against – Armagh, Roscommon and Derry – the National League champions were the worst one to get. Or maybe they were the best opposition Kerry could be facing this weekend – it depends how one views the whole thing.

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