PAUL ROUSE: Any player ready to stick his head above the parapet?

Gaelic games has never enjoyed such cross-spectrum appeal, but the absence of diversity in the summer narrative is a source of concern — not least with other sports ready and willing to step up to the mic, writes Paul Rouse.

Monaghan ace Conor McManus is interviewed after the Farney's Allianz League win over Kerry in Killarney.

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