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Peter Keane Proud Of Panel & Supporters Following Final Defeat

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There’ll be a lot of sore heads this morning in the Kingdom following their heartbreaking All-Ireland final replay defeat to Dublin. The Kingdom went into the game full of confidence after rattling Dublin the last day out. Despite falling behind early on they rallied to go in level at half-time. However, Dublin turned the screw in the second half, scoring …

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Peter Keane Rejects Notion That Kerry Left It Behind Them

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Immediately following Kerry’s defeat to Dublin in the All-Ireland SFC final replay, Peter Keane addressed the media to dissect where it all went wrong for the Kingdom.  Kerry had Dublin rattled in their drawn encounter two week’s ago before the All-Ireland champions rallied in injury time to salvage a draw. Following that, many felt that Kerry had blown their best …

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RTE Release Viewing Figures For All-Ireland Football Final

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RTE have announced that over 900,000 viewers tuned into their coverage of Sunday’s All-Ireland final thriller between Kerry and Dublin in Croke Park.  An average of 968,700 tuned into The Sunday Game as Dean Rock’s missed free attempt in the final minute saw Kerry cling on for a draw following an enthralling encounter. The figure sees a significant rise from …

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Peter Keane’s Glass Half Full Following Missed Opportunity

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It was a heroic performance by Kerry in yesterday’s All-Ireland final and while they live to fight another day, ultimately they came up short. They had Dublin on the ropes but could not strike the killer blow as Jim Gavin’s charges rescued a draw. They could have clinched the five-in-a-row had Dean Rock slotted over a difficult free with the …

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“Maybe Kerry Would Like To Inflict That On Somebody Else”

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They’ve tried their best to steer clear of any drive-for-five chat but Dublin will be hard-pressed to ignore the hype now that they are just one game away from etching their names into the annals of GAA history.  Only five teams, across both codes, have attempted to achieve the five-in-a-row. The first came in 1919 when the Wexford footballers attempted …

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Peter Keane Remains Coy As Attention Turns To Stopping Dublin

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Peter Keane was in a buoyant yet brazen mood, to say the least, following his side’s win over Tyrone in yesterday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final. Obviously, very happy having seen his side come out on top when for so long they were arguably second best but clearly prepared to play his cards close to his chest as he answered back in …

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Aidan O’Mahony: This Mayo Game Is A Game Kerry Cannot Lose

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Former Kerry footballer Aidan O’Mahony believes his county’s young stars must fuel their hurt from the Allianz League final when Mayo visit Killarney next weekend.  Following on from their win over Galway, Mayo travel to the Kingdom for their first fixture in Group 1 of the Super 8s and it is one they will relish, according to the Paddy Power …

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Kingdom Ace In Line For Shock Return Against Mayo This Weekend

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Kerry star, David Clifford is in line for a shock return to the Kingdom side for this weekend’s sold out clash with Mayo at Austin Stack Park. According to Kerry manager, Peter Keane, Clifford is not far away from making his 2019 bow after undergoing shoulder surgery in the off-season. Clifford is not the only Kingdom scoring machine who is …

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Breaking: Peter Keane Confirmed As New Kerry Manager

Kerry GAA have confirmed that Peter Keane has been ratified as the new senior football manager after a county board meeting tonight.  Keane, who led the Kerry minors to three successive All Ireland minor football titles, will be joined by Donie Buckley, Maurice Fitzgerald, Tommy Griffin and James Foley. The management team have been ratified for a three-year term. Peter Keane …

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Peter Keane Set To Be Named As New Kerry Manager

Peter Keane is reportedly set to take the reins in Kerry’s senior football team after it was announced that he will be confirmed into the role on Monday. Keane, 47, managed to lead the Kerry minor footballers to three successive All-Ireland titles and on the strength of his recent showings, now appears to be the man who will succeed Eamon …

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