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Business of Sport: The Spread

Four teams enter, two teams leave, as Croke Park hosts the second set of All Ireland football quarter finals this Saturday.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
6th August, 2014
Croke Park

Four teams enter, two teams leave, as Croke Park hosts the second set of All Ireland football quarter finals this Saturday.

There's an all-Ulster clash in the opener as 2012 All-Ireland champions Donegal take on a resurgent Armagh. It's no exaggeration to say that Armagh were awful in the spring campaign. The poor form of summer 2013 seemed to have carried over but this championship campaign has put many naysayers on the back foot. The...

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