Reform goal for championship
A new idea could kick the monotony of the All Ireland football season over the sideline
The near-identical proposals of Seán Kelly and Jim McGuinness to reform the All Ireland Football championship are far from the first suggestions of change, but they are the first that might get support where it matters.
The annual conversation around the monotony of the football season, with Ulster offering the only reliable source of competition until August, hasn’t changed in the last five years, but the calls have been getting louder.
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