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They should have beaten kerry this year. They were very unlucky with 2 goal chances. But I can't see harte bringing anything to the party unless he has seen some young gems there that we don't know about.
 

Interesting read. I wonder what the recommendations will be to reward a more risk based game?

At all costs we need to try and shake things up to avoid more dismal contests like Cork/Derry and Armagh/Monaghan.
Reduce or get rid of handpassing. Hand passing a point definitely needs to go, zero skill involved. I reckon a player could go through a match without actually kicking a ball these days.
 
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Reduce or get rid of handpassing. Hand passing a point definitely needs to go, zero skill involved. I reckon a player should go through a match without actually kicking a ball these days.

Be a disaster for Cork - with few notable exceptions, Cork forwards main M.O. is to get close enough to posts to hand pass point.
 
Reduce or get rid of handpassing. Hand passing a point definitely needs to go, zero skill involved. I reckon a player should go through a match without actually kicking a ball these days.
The increase in playing time from 34 minutes to 45 minutes is the most interesting part of this article, telling us what we already knew otherwise.
 
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