Mike Quirke

MIKE QUIRKE: Bluffers and snake-oil salesmen are a dime a dozen in modern GAA

In the majority of games, it’s very rare that a lack of fitness causes a team to lose a game and it’s not possible to improve skillset and decision-making ...

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MIKE QUIRKE: The journey from Strand Road to Austin Stack Park

Austin Stack Park in Tralee was the only place to be last weekend, providing the timely shot in the arm Gaelic football so desperately needed. It was the very best ...

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MIKE QUIRKE: Already there’s a championship case for sin-bin and the mark

We’re barely into February and two of seven rounds of the Allianz National Football League are already in the rear-view mirror.

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MIKE QUIRKE: The McGrath and Solskjaer doctrine: Treat them as people first, players second

At the GAA coaching conference in Croke Park a couple of weeks ago, a full house was in attendance to listen and learn from the great and the good of the coaching ...

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MIKE QUIRKE: We’ve become blind to the positives of football

Each January starts the same way for every club and county. It’s the one month in the GAA calendar that is universally filled with hope and optimism.

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