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Eamonn Ryan patiently waiting for Cork’s lightbulb moment

As simple as flicking a light switch, it will come right for the Cork footballers. But when that will be, Eamonn Ryan can’t say for sure.

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Tyrone debut three players for Derry clash

There are first Ulster SFC starts for Pádraig Hampsey, Conall McCann, and Kieran McGeary on the Tyrone side to face Derry in Celtic Park at 2pm on Sunday.

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Billy Lee: ‘You’re not going to change history in a year or two’

Some say everyone should work once in sales. Others tell you everyone is selling all the time.

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Brendan Rogers: ‘You’ll only become the best when you play with the best and against the best’

Brendan Rogers insists he’s not downbeat about the numbers who’ve walked away from Derry this year.

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Stephen Rochford: ‘When you haven’t your hands on the Holy Grail, you’re an easy target’

Mayo manager Stephen Rochford says he “doesn’t really care” why he and his players seem to attract criticism on a regular basis.

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Battle lines drawn in Kenmare’s derby

Before we discuss the novelty of this Kerry SFC second round clash between Kenmare and Kenmare District, let’s first discuss its staging.

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48-week ban overturned; Joe Brolly dismisses GAA case as ‘complete b*****ks’

GAA pundit Joe Brolly appears to have come to the rescue of Antrim’s Matthew Fitzpatrick after the footballer was hit with a proposed 48-week suspension.

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Donegal’s Murphy forewarned of Antrim danger

Donegal begin their quest for a seventh successive Ulster SFC final appearance on Sunday when Antrim roll into Ballybofey.

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Injury finally gets better of Tyrone stalwart McMahon

Tyrone’s Joe McMahon brought the curtain down on his inter-county career yesterday, admitting defeat in his battle to overcome injury.

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