Ewan MacKenna: The best Mayo side of the last 60 years deserve credit, not taunts, even without the ultimate victory
There's something a bit off about being a sports fan.
As Jerry Seinfeld told it, there's something a bit off about being a sports fan. With players coming and going and so much turmoil and turnover, when you break it down, you're essentially shouting for an item of clothing.
But given such a blunt, brilliant assessment isn't going to stop us, there's still something we can take from it. And of all teams, it's important when it comes to Mayo to realise that past players...
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