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From wild card to trump card: How Liam Hassett is shaking up the Kerry dressing room

If Éamonn Fitzmaurice thought Kerry’s backroom team was getting too friendly, he knew there was one addition who wouldn’t be slow to throw in a scud or two in the dressing room. In Liam Hassett’s lexicon, ‘beaten’ doesn’t exist...

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Diarmuid Murphy on keepers turning into distributors

Goalkeeping was a different game when Diarmuid Murphy was between the sticks. They called it a “kick-out” back then, none of this “restart” business.

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David Hickey: ‘If any team goes toe-to-toe with this Dublin team, they will lose’

Former Hill hero David Hickey believes this Dublin squad is special in more ways than one...

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Frank Browne: ‘I knew when I went into the room, I knew her soul was gone’

In 2003, Frank Browne lost his six-month-old daughter to pneumonia. The tragedy has given the Mayo ladies football manager a sense of perspective on what really matters...

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Saoirse Noonan Q&A: ‘Every day there is something on. I love it. I hate being at a loose end’

Seventeen-year old Saoirse Noonan scored 2-5 in Cork’s All-Ireland minor football final win this month. Since finishing with Cork, she’s been called up to the Irish senior soccer squad and played up front with Stephanie Roche in last week’s 2-1 win over Wales.

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Eamonn Fitzmaurice: No need for anything dramatic from left field

Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final joust with Dublin is the game Kerry have wanted and have been waiting for since last September, according to Éamonn Fitzmaurice.

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Everything must go right for Kerry, warns Liam Kearns

Tipperary manager Liam Kearns says Sunday’s All- Ireland SFC semi-final will have to go “very right” if his native Kerry want to join Mayo in the September 18 showpiece.

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Ger O’Keeffe: Kerry can’t match Dublin for depth

Kerry legend Ger O’Keeffe has offered a blunt assessment of the Kingdom’s chances in Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final — insisting they don’t have the personnel to play a high-octane game that will trouble Dublin.

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Tomás Ó Flatharta: Kerry will bring something special

Experienced inter-county manager Tomás Ó Flatharta predicts his native Kerry will pull a rabbit from the hat and bring “something special” to their clash with Dublin.

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Operation puke? 15 tactical ploys Kerry might try against Dublin

Has there ever been a more anticipated Kerry line-up? 

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Peter Acheson: I’m sure the lads will be fine without me

In 2014, Peter Creedon convinced him otherwise and earlier this year it was Liam Kearns. But this time, Peter Acheson’s not for turning. The next few days are about goodbyes as he and his girlfriend Róisín prepare for a new life in Dubai.

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Fans show appreciation for Joe Hart as exit looms

Man City 1 Steaua Bucharest 0 (Man City win 6-0 on agg): Joe Hart was hailed by supporters as Manchester City went through the motions to claim their place in the Champions League group stage at Steaua Bucharest’s expense.

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Eoin Cadogan faces long spell on the sideline after leg operation

Cork footballer Eoin Cadogan is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines as he recuperates from an operation on a long-standing leg injury.

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John Evans wants GPA to bring an end to Steven O’Brien ‘nonsense’

John Evans has called on the GPA to intervene in Tipperary to end the “nonsense of Steven O’Brien sitting on his backside”.

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Liam Kearns hopeful of retaining Tipperary position

Liam Kearns expects to remain in charge of the Tipperary senior footballers next year — “assuming everything is as it should be.”

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Right call, but Mayo club managers frustrated

Castlebar Mitchels co-manager Declan O’Reilly accepts the reasoning behind the Mayo County Board’s decision to postpone this weekend’s club championship fixtures, but believes the situation could have been handled better.

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Veteran Denis Bastick will never forget or forgive 2009

It was at this stage two years ago Dublin found there was a limit to their hunger as All-Ireland champions. Denis Bastick can’t say for certain if they will meet another threshold this Sunday.

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