The 1992 All-Ireland winning manager told The Irish News: “I’m expecting Michael Murphy to produce a man of the match performance.
“He has always played well against Cork and I know myself that sometimes when you play against teams that you personally like facing, things can go reasonably well.
“They (Cork) will probably double mark him, but even at that we have (Colm) McFadden playing great football and scoring well.
“I can tell you he (Murphy) is just coming into form. He loves playing against Cork and I believe he’ll be the man to win it for us.”