Donegal manager Jim McGuinness: “We’ll need to be on our toes from the first minute against Dublin. We’ll need to implement our own game plan from the very first minute.”

Donegal supremo and his squad have been working on system to counteract Dublin’s strengths

Donegal’s Kevin Cassidy and Dublin’s Bryan Cullen during the 2011 All-Ireland football semi-final. “Yeah, it’s definitely an All-Ireland that we let slip.” says Cassidy.

Donegal’s two-time All Star feels Dublin may have too many big guns on the day for his native county

Mayo manager James Horan wants the All-Ireland senior football semi-final replay to be staged at Croke Park and not at Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds.  Photograph: Donall Farmer / Inpho

GAA president tells Mayo ‘it’s in their best interests to get on with it and play the game’ in Limerick

Kieran Donaghy and fellow Kerry substitute Barry John Keane after the final whistle had blown on the drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Mayo at Croke Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

The man known as Star sets up vital goal for new kid James O’Donoghue

Jonny Sexton has been offered a four-year contract extension by Racing Metro 92. Photograph: Inpho

Coach Laurent Labit reiterates Parisian club’s intent to build an empire around former Leinster outhalf

Racing Metro have offered Ireland outhalf Jonathan Sexton  a new four-year deal that would keep him in Paris until June 2019. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

‘The deal for him is simple. Either he signs and ends his career here or he returns to Ireland’

Tania Rosser scores a fine individual try for Ireland against Kazakhstan. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

‘Coming back and having the opportunity to play in the green jersey again is amazing’

David Moran will start at midfield for Kerry in their All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Mayo at Croke Park on Sunday after impressing when he came on as a substitute in the quarter-final victory over Galway. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Bryan Sheehan and Declan O’Sullivan on Kerry bench for All-Ireland SFC semi-final

 Alan Mulholland has stepped down from his role as Galway manager. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

He cited work and family commitments as the reason for not seeking another term

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