Kerry Backed For All-Ireland SFC 2022 Ahead Of Jack O’Connor Return

Kerry are coming in for increased support to win next year’s GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship with Jack O’Connor set to be ratified for a third stint in charge.

The Dromid Pearses clubman stepped down as manager of Kildare earlier this month despite leading the Lilywhites to the Leinster Final and will now seek to replicate previous successes in charge of the Kingdom, where he oversaw three All-Ireland Senior Football titles between 2004 and 2009.

Kerry saw their All-Ireland hopes dashed at the semi-final stage this year by eventual winners Tyrone, but we had chalked them up as 15/8 second favourites to go all the way in 2022 behind 6/4 favourites Dublin.

Now the chances of them getting their hands on the Sam Maguire cup for the first time since 2014 have been gambled into 13/8 putting them within a whisker of favouritism,

…with Mayo 13/2 third favourites and Tyrone 8/1 shots to land a second successive All-Ireland title.

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