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Paul Geaney Believes GAA Are Ignoring Most Obvious Rule Change

Since Paul Geaney first entered the Kerry senior set-up, he’s had to deal with a plethora of rule changes in the game. Between black cards, super 8s and advanced marks it’s been a tumultuous ten years for the sport of Gaelic football. The Dingle forward understands that there has been an appetite for change in recent years, however, he’s not …

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Farrell Expresses Curiosity & Concern Over GAA’s Advanced Mark

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Dessie Farrell dipped his toes into senior inter-county management for the first time yesterday when an experimental Dublin side fell to a 1-13 to 3-6 defeat to Longford in the O’Byrne Cup semi-final. With mass media attention circling the game, column inches got what they wanted as Farrell made 23 substitutions during the game while referee Alan Coyne needed an …

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Horan On New Rules: We’ll Have To Wait And See How Managers Evolve

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John Horan has admitted that the decision to scrap the experimental handpass rule for this year’s Allianz Football League, divided opinion within the Central Council. The GAA President admitted that last Saturday’s meeting was one of the longest debates he had been involved with, and a number of factors came into making the decision. “Some people felt, having witnessed it …

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Kieran McGeeney: Problem Is The Tackle, Not The Hand-Pass

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Armagh began their 2019 inter-county campaign with a demolition of St. Mary’s College Belfast in the Dr McKenna Cup.  It was Kieran McGeeney’s charges first outing under the new rules that will be experimented throughout the pre-season competitions and Allianz Football League. Despite, their 6-17 to 1-07 victory, ‘Geezer’ was not happy with the rule changes enforced and feels that …

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