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“Gaelic Football, If You Look Back 40 Years Ago Was Pure And Utter Shite”

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There were plenty of stories stemming from GAA Congress last weekend, as delegates selected a new President-elect following a dramatic fourth count while the introduction of a black card into hurling emphatically failed.  Such matters of concern had been at the forefront of people’s minds for a number of weeks leading up to the GAA’s annual congressional meeting at Croke …

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Former Roscommon Goalkeeper Shane Curran To Run For Election

RTÉ journalist Micheal Lehane confirmed on twitter on Thursday evening that former Roscommon inter-county goalkeeper Shane Curran will be running on the Fianna Fáil ticket in the upcoming general election. Confirmed: Former Roscommon Goalkeeper Shane Curran added to FF ticket in Roscommon-Galway #GE16 — Mícheál Lehane (@MichealLehane) February 4, 2016 The popular and effervescent 44-year-old from Castlerea will fight it …

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The Cult XV: A Team of Football’s Cult Heroes

Following our hurling team last week, we’ve decided to compile a team made from football’s most memorable cult heroes. Some of these lads may not have won bundles of All Ireland’s, but their legacy lives on through the status afforded to them by fans. This is the Cult XV.   Goalkeeper: Shane Curran (Roscommon) The Roscommon goalkeeper was an icon for …

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