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Michael Corry

Sports Journalist based in Dublin. Hit me up if you have a unique story to tell. Email: michael@punditarena.com Twitter: @Corry_10 Instagram: @Corry_10
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Conclusions As Dublin Fire Five Past Cork In Croker

Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park Dublin 5-18 Cork 1-17 Wow… it wasn’t the game we expected but the game we wanted so much. In the end, Dublin had too much for Cork in phase one of the 2019 Super 8s but by God they were pushed the whole way by a rampant Rebel bunch who can head home …

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Electric Ireland To Live Stream Heavyweight Clash This Weekend

In association with The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor quarter-final clash between Kilkenny and Galway will be live streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming weekend.  The Croke Park clash is a repeat of last year’s final where the Tribesmen ran came away with a seven-point win to collect their second Electric …

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“You Will Probably Be Back In London Doing Drive-By Shootings”

Former Bohemians goalkeeper, Brian Murphy, spoke of the “incredible” experience of working under Roy Keane at Ipswich while also giving fans an insight into the Irish legend’s managerial style. Speaking at the Gaultier GAA ‘Resilience Forum’, Murphy opened up on how the Manchester United legend talked him into going back across the water after returning to Ireland from Swansea in …

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Peter Harte Cleared To Play In Super 8s Clash With Roscommon

Peter Harte has been cleared to play in Tyrone’s opening Super 8s game against Roscommon on Saturday after having one of his black card offences overturned. Harte has been the topic of much discussion after receiving three black cards in this season’s Championship, with his dismissal the last day out against Cavan meaning that he must serve a one-match suspension. …

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Sean Cavanagh: Páidi Ó Sé Was Right, Kerry Are Absolute Animals

Tyrone legend, Sean Cavanagh, has detailed his experience of sitting in the stands in Fitzgerald Stadium during a Kerry game, describing the Kingdom supporters as ‘absolute animals’. Back in 2003, Páidi Ó Sé was forced to step down from his role as manager after referring to the Kerry support as ‘f*****g animals’. The Kingdom legend later apologised for his remarks …

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Conor McGregor Named Among Highest-Paid Celebrities For 2019

Conor McGregor has been named in the annual Forbes 100 highest-paid celebrities list. The Dubliner placed at No. 65 in the highly coveted list with earnings of €47M in total. McGregor earned an estimated €32M for his UFC 229 comeback fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, which he subsequently lost via fourth-round submission. The disclosed purse for October’s fight was €3M, however, …

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“What Would They Have Preferred Hearing – Incy Wincy Spider?”

Owen Mulligan has defended the Tyrone players after footage was shared of them singing rebel songs following their win over Cavan last weekend.  The All-Ireland winner described the incident, which has bee condemned both north and south of the border, as “just lads having craic”. The Paddy Power columnist thinks the whole situation has been blown out of proportion. “The …

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“For The Guy That Bridges Both Then These Things Are Unfortunate.”

GAA president, John Horan, insisted that a Croke Park double-header involving the Cork senior footballers and hurlers was not feasible this weekend.  Both teams are set to head to HQ this weekend with the footballer’s facing Dublin on Saturday evening in phase one of the super 8s while John Meyler’s hurlers face old rivals, Kilkenny, on Sunday. Many thought it …

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Chad Mendes Has Officially Retired From MMA

Three-time UFC title challenger, Chad Mendes, has officially retired from MMA. Mendes returned to action at UFC 232 in December where he suffered a knockout loss to Alexander Volkanovski. Following this, reports emerged that the Team Alpha Male star was set to retire from the sport with the former featherweight challenger officially announcing his retirement through ESPN’s Brett Okamoto. “The …

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