The Boys in Blue account is firmly in the black

No other county can match Dublin’s sponsorship earnings, but that doesn’t mean they can’t stand up to them on the field of play

17th September, 2017
Stephen Cluxton lifts the Sam Maguire last year. He will hope to repeat it today Pic: Getty

Dublin will take to the pitch in Croke Park this afternoon with swagger, just as if they owned the place. It’s what they always do, it’s why Dublin fans love them so much, it’s why most of the rest of the country will be cheering for Mayo.

The last time the Boys in Blue won three in a row was in 1923, but in the modern era, all the...

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