Laois manager Mike Quirke, 2010 All-Ireland winning Cork manager Conor Counihan, and four-time All-Ireland hurling final referee Brian Gavin have called for the introduction of the clock-hooter system to lessen the "unsustainable" demands being placed on football referees.
Mon, 10 Feb, 2020
To oversee their five-year football plan, Cork GAA opted for All-Ireland winner — as player (1989, 1990) and coach (2010) — Conor Counihan. His job spec? To pull together, across a sprawling county, the diverse strands of the 2024 project. A victory in today’s All-Ireland U20 final against Dublin wouldn’t be a bad start
Sat, 03 Aug, 2019
Since Conor Counihan departed as Cork manager almost five years ago, three different managers have presided over 54 games and used 76 players — and not once put the same team out in successive games. crunches the numbers.
Sat, 26 May, 2018
40 years after coaching a local minor combination to an historic first county title, John Fintan Daly is still fighting the good fight for football. At the weekend, Knocknagree celebrated their All-Ireland JFC success, but their manager’s not done yet, writes
Mon, 26 Mar, 2018
It hasn’t always been the way of Cork GAA to sidestep intrigue and personality in the matter of team management appointments, but the absence of both in the speedy confirmation of Ronan McCarthy as the new coach to the senior footballers represents a positive in itself.
Fri, 25 Aug, 2017
If you’re among those worried at how football is now stuck with the Super Eight when the past two weekends has starkly illustrated that it simply has a Super Four, it’s worth bearing something in mind to appease your fears, says.
Wed, 09 Aug, 2017