10 tweets that should be on Waterford's dressing room wall against Cork
Waterford have endured a torturous Munster championship, going down to straight defeats, including a 20-point hammering at the hands of Limerick last weekend.
Pundits have rounded on the county and called for reviews and rethinks, pointing to basket cases like Offaly as a blueprint of a team slipping through numerous nets.
The reaction to Waterford's loss to Limerick was understandable but will this team lie down and take it? They play Cork this Saturday evening, June 8.
Worst Waterford hurling performance I’ve ever seen. So bad it’d make ypu question if the players backed Limerick on the handicap in the bookies— CraigOSul (@CraigOSul1) June 2, 2019
That performance should mean Waterford should have to play a relegation play off out of Liam MCCarthy Cup. They deserve to be relegated for downing tools like that on their home patch. #WATvLIM #hurling @TheSundayGame @RTEgaa— Noel Holohan (@NoelHolohan) June 2, 2019
Waterford look like this can’t end quick enough for them no fight no heart no pride in their jersey fierce disappointment— Eddie Brennan (@NedzerB13) June 2, 2019
Lots of substance in what yòur saying but I'm not so sure twas as big a gamble as you say, Waterford were the whipping boys of the championship so if competition is healthy in Limerick it was just a shake up of the bag— Joey O Hanlon (@jhanlon321) June 2, 2019
Tipp are the real deal, Waterford obviously gone. Clare limerick cork dog fight for two spots. Gaelic grounds next week will be tasty— colin ryan (@Ryan5C) June 2, 2019
Sky Sports trying to big up Waterford V Cork this weekend. An absolute dead rubber that could be shocking to watch based on what those Waterford hurlers showed last weekend.— Adam Foran. (@AdamForan_FOF) June 5, 2019
@kenmcgrath78 any chance Waterford get a manager that knows something about hurling?— Brendan Grace (@brendangrace78) June 3, 2019
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