PAUL ROUSE: Any player ready to stick his head above the parapet?

Gaelic games has never enjoyed such cross-spectrum appeal, but the absence of diversity in the summer narrative is a source of concern — not least with other sports ready and willing to step up to the mic, writes Paul Rouse.

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Monaghan ace Conor McManus is interviewed after the Farney's Allianz League win over Kerry in Killarney.

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