Why Dublin football is in peak condition

Why Dublin football is in peak condition
Dublins Bernard Brogan celebrates with Paul Flynn following his sides victory over Kerry in the All-Ireland final in Croke Park last September Picture: Inpho

Disorganised in the past, Dublin GAA finds itself in robust shape for reasons more than resources

The reigning All-Ireland football champions Dublin start the defence of their All-Ireland crown next weekend in Nowlan Park against Laois. After a barnstorming Allianz Leagues campaign, the metropolitans have been installed as red hot favourites for Sam.

Much of the commentary over the last year has focused on Dublin’s on-field brilliance and relentlessness, but much of it has also focused on what some deem to be the team’s unfair advantages: commercial clout, scale and vast...

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