The punter’s pal Paddy Power is proud to reveal our own bespoke designer fashion item in a hat tip to ex-Kerry All-Star Paul Galvin as he joins the Kildare GAA set-up.
‘The Turncoat’ is a beautifully designed reversible jacket produced specially to mark the occasion of Kildare GAA’s Division One clash with Kerry at St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge this weekend.
WELCOME TO PADDY POWER NEWS!
With former Kildare manager Jack O’Connor jumping ship from the Lilywhites to re-join the Kingdom, and former Kerry All-Star Paul Galvin joining the ranks of Kildare, having reportedly turned down a similar role in his native county (and after a brief encounter as Wexford manager), the bookmaker decided to jump on the bandwagon.
“Much like the half-and-half scarf, which may well be the most hated thing to come out of the Premier League, our turncoat allows you to switch sides in the blink of an eye,” our own bainisteoir Paddy Power said.
“We know Mr Galvin has an eye for style given he has his own fashion label, so we hope our new clothing item meets his standards.”
But as part of their turncoat campaign, Lilywhite retail customers attending the match in Newbridge can avail of special odds in Paddy Power’s two shops located on the Main St, directly opposite St Conleth’s Park.
In a nod to the debut of ‘The Turncoat’ and their runway fashion debut, we’re offering enhanced odds at our Newbridge shops of 11/1 on Kildare to win for Kerry turncoats and Kildare fans can avail of a boosted price on Kerry at EVENS.
“Jack O’Connor followed in the footsteps of another legendary Kerryman in the shape of Mick O’Dwyer when he joined Kildare. But unlike ‘Micko’, his departure has left a bitter taste in the mouths of many Kildare supporters.” Paddy continued.
“They’ll be hoping Paul Galvin sweetens the deal. Either way, our turncoat offer should do the trick.”
Meanwhile, Kerry legend Aidan O’Mahony also weighed in on the debate earlier in the week in his exclusive column with Paddy Power, saying:
“When Kerry was beaten by Tyrone in the All-Ireland final, Jack O’Connor made it known that his heart is at home and he wanted the Kerry job. He was obviously Kildare manager at the time, so from the perspective of Lilywhite supporters it’s like when a manager moves from one club to another in the Premier League. You’re never forgiven once you move. When there’s a breakdown and you leave mid-season, it’s never going to end well. As for the welcome he gets from them this weekend, I’m not sure they’ll be too kind to him”
KILDARE V KERRY SPECIALS*
11/2 – Kildare to win (11/1 offer only available to Kerry supporters)
1/8 – Kerry to win (Evens offer only available to Kildare supporters)
* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.
- Bounce over to Paddy Power News for all the latest GAA tips and previews
- Need team news to complete your Bet Builder? Well, now Paddy’s got you covered
- B*llend d’Or 2021: Paddy Power’s end of year football awards