Seán Moran: Players’ voices alone may not be enough to get Option B over the line

League-based proposals might struggle to achieve 60% target required at congress

Gaelic Players’ Association chief executive Tom Parsons laid out how Option B would work during a recent presentation. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Gaelic Players’ Association chief executive Tom Parsons laid out how Option B would work during a recent presentation. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

The Gaelic Players’ Association got with the programme last week and conducted a detailed briefing session for media, to promote their advocacy of Option B – the league-based proposal – in the football championship reform debate.

It was a great deal different to back in 2017 when the round-robin All-Ireland football quarter-finals, or Super 8s as they became known were due up at congress.

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