MIKE QUIRKE: Raging against the Dublin machine is futile exercise

I can remember a time, in the not-too-distant past, when the Dublin football team were a curiosity. They had turned into something of a novelty act, whose supporters would fill Croke Park a few times each year, but more for the craic than out of any serious expectations of winning.

Dublin's Michael Darragh MacAuley wins this crunching encounter with Kerry's Séan O'Shea in Sunday's Allianz FL clash at Croke Park.

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