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Ewan MacKenna Burnout of body and mind has already pulled in at the station for Gaelic football

18th January, 2015

Not so long ago, the tales were rare enough to startle us. For instance, around the millennium, Kevin Walsh’s knees faced inwards, the stairs were a mountain and his Galway teammates reckoned he’d be wheeled out for jubilee teams of the future. Meanwhile, just over five years ago, Bernard Flynn wrote to the late Jim Stynes and said: “Hey, Jim, we have lost practically everything that we worked hard for over 20 years. We’re starting...

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