Mickey Harte explains why Gooch’s influence waned against Dublin, Colm Cooper explains Dublin resilience, Ciaran Whelan on the one change his county may make, Johnny Doyle on Plan B, Michael Murphy on last year’s semi, and Donie Shine on why Mayo will win
Michael Murphy tells us who his Footballer of the Year would be right now, as well as lifting the lid on the fashion sense of his Donegal team-mates and his admiration for Maurice Fitzgerald, Matt Connor, Jonny Wilkinson and Alex Ferguson
We had a chat with Donie Shine to discuss his highlights and lowlights of the season, who his Footballer of the Year would be if the season stopped now and who could help him win a coveted All-Ireland medal
Experience More sat down with Eircom GAA ambassador Mickey Harte to find out who he would like to transfer into Tyrone, who is the Paul Galvin the panel and the manager he most admires outside of Gaelic football — among other things
Dublin and Kerry have claimed provincial titles while Mayo and Donegal look set to join them. The early titles may quickly reflect our order of power — which are based on form, expectations and quality.
The championship is kicking into gear this weekend with Galway taking on Mayo, Armagh battling it out with Cavan and Carlow travelling to Westmeath — let’s have a look to see how history weighs on these clashes.