New Sheriff YC boss Mark Quigley doesn’t believe a squad overhaul is needed ahead of the new AUL season.
The extremely decorated squad have more than impressed over the last seven years, winning 31 trophies including four FAI Junior Cups under Alan Reilly.
However, last year they were knocked out of the FAI Junior by Usher before the open draw stage and failed to win Premier A for the first time in six seasons.
There were suggestions one of the best squads ever to play junior football was aging and that changes might be needed, but the new manager doesn’t think so.
Quigley still has faith in the players that have served the club so well and claims a sprinkling of youth rather than wholesale changes are needed.
“I’m not daunted by the challenge at all. We still have an amazing squad of players, and I’m hoping to add not too many, a bit of youth maybe and a bit of freshness to the squad.” he told the Dublin Gazette before point out he will use some of the talent that won Premier B last season.
“The club can continue to go forward and integrate some of the B team players. For too long, the senior side has been out on its own. Because they were winning so much, it was hard for the lads to get in.”