Irish former Bombers star Conor McKenna, 24, has teased a return to the AFL, regardless of saying his retirement in September to play Gaelic soccer in his native Eire.
When he left Australia McKenna was nonetheless contracted till the top of 2021. In the previous few months he has performed three Gaelic soccer video games for Tyrone, however instructed media the door remains to be not closed on him returning to Australia to play AFL.
“I do not suppose [my AFL career is] completely finished,” he stated.
“There is a factor within the AFL the place you will get a mid-season draft so you possibly can really get drafted in June and exit from June till September. It is solely actually a two or three-month factor.
“I do suppose the likelihood could also be there in three or 4 years with Gaelic, the best way they’re speaking a few break up season, if Tyrone was out and the membership was out of the championship and there was a risk of going over for 2 or three months, it isn’t one thing I might shut the door on.”
McKenna solely performed six video games this AFL season with a number of speedhumps alongside the best way together with a constructive COVID-19 check and a damaged hand.