Gormley looks for inspiration in attack

Former All-Ireland winning Tyrone defender Conor Gormley has admitted the county lacks serious firepower and has challenged the current forwards to prove they’re ‘marquee’ talents.

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More to life than summer GAA demands

It’s exactly 20 years ago that Liam Silke’s uncle, Ray, captained Galway to the All-Ireland football title.

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Premier County find the extra gear to set up date with Déise

Tipperary will meet Waterford next Wednesday in the second round Munster MFC play-off after this extra-time win over Limerick in Newcastle West last night.

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Andy Moran regrets Maurice Deegan outburst

Reigning Footballer of the Year Andy Moran has admitted he acted out of character when he remonstrated with referee Maurice Deegan last month and says he was “disappointed” with his actions.

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Big boost for Tipp as Callanan returns to training

Tipperary’s three-time hurler of the year nominee Seamus Callanan made his long-awaited return to training in Thurles on Tuesday evening.

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Cian O’Sullivan: Dublin happy to go on road

Dublin defender Cian O’Sullivan says it will be “interesting” to see how the fixtures dilemma regarding their anticipated Super 8 games pans out.

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Paul Geaney: We were like U23 squad

Paul Geaney has admitted that it felt like he was playing for the Kerry U23s at times earlier this year.

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‘There’s no them and us, it’s all us’

A fractured relationship exists between the Kerry football management and supporters of the team, Kingdom boss Éamonn Fitzmaurice has admitted.

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‘No logic’ to Ulster SFC revamp

Mattie McGleenan says there is “no logic” to the Ulster Council’s revamp of their provincial senior football championship.

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