RTÉ pundit and former Kerry legend Pat Spillane on the prospect of lending his expertise to help out his neighbours Cork in their hour of need.
Speaking on the Sunday Game, the eight-time All-Ireland winner said: "I've been coaching teams for 35 years, I love coaching teams. I have taken a year out but I would love to give my experience and knowledge to help in someway, not as a manager but maybe as a selector or an adviser.
When asked whether he would help the Rebels, Spillane added: "I think if there's one county, both in football and hurling that needs an outside manager and is not behoven to anyone in the county board, then it's Cork.
"They need a Liam Sheedy, an Anthony Daly, Jim McGuinness, Colm O'Rourke, Pat Spillane or a Ciarán Whelan."