Crossmaglen Prodigal Son Is Back For 2017

The Armagh manager and the rest of the county are happy as the coffee lover whowas claimed to be the prodigal son is back for 2017 aka Jamie Clarke, but Geezer has said the comeback is in his own hands.

The warm reception for the prodigal son from Crossmaglen Rangers received as he came on as a second-half substitute against Queens University in the win in the McKenna cup.

Clarke returned from the States as he took the year out to explore and understand more of his hobbies such as fashion and coffee.

McGeeny told RTÉ Sport:

“With Jamie, it’s how far he wants to go,” he said. “He’s a good player, but I suppose these past couple of years, he’s had itchy feet.

“He’s committed to us for the year, but we’ve a lot of young players coming through.

“Young Ben Crealy, Kieran Higgins, have been exceptional so far for us this year, and are both still Under-21s.”