Jim Mcguinness

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Mayo’s manager Stephen Rochford leaves the field after the game on Sunday. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mayo manager Stephen Rochford dismissed suggestions that there was anything deliberate or premeditated in the incident which saw numerous players coll(...)

Rory Gallagher will remain as Donegal senior football manager for at least three more years. Photo: Inpho

Rory Gallagher will remain as Donegal senior football manager for at least three more years. Gallagher’s extension, with an option for a fourth year,(...)

Jim Gavin and Declan Darcy have been a tightly knit management pair since 2002. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

“Ah, he’s still a grumpy old git, says f**k all.” Not many people would get away with saying that about Jim Gavin – which is a good thing, because p(...)

Cursed: Mayo’s Aidan O’Shea and Michael Conroy after losing to Donegal in 2012. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

A day after Mayo had negotiated their way to another All-Ireland final by ending Tipperary’s thrilling dash through the championship, veteran Andy Mor(...)

Donegal’s Michael Murphy: “The best player in Donegal for the last number of years has been Murphy and I don’t know anyone as obsessive about the game as him.” Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Icame in from work on Sunday and sat down to watch the All-Ireland hurling final. It was our first time as a family watching a final outside of Irelan(...)

Tipperary manager Liam Kearns says he is proud of his team. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

Started in Dungarvan’s Fraher Field, ended in Croke Park. Some distance travelled. “I am not going to sit here and say I was Jim McGuinness and I tol(...)

Peter Harte has been top scorer for Tyrone in four out of the last five football championship seasons, and has scored 3-7 so this year. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

You look at Peter Harte and you see bones. Elbows and shoulders, pointed and raw. At first glance, he looks like he was borrowed from the 1980s, the s(...)

James McCarthy has been declared fit to play against Donegal in the All-Ireland quarter-final against Donegal. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

One should be forgiven for presuming the natural place to direct a conversation with Jim Gavin about Donegal would be 2014. That seismic All-Ireland s(...)

The 2014 All-Ireland semi-final: Donegal 3-14 Dublin 0-17 was arguably Jim McGuinness’s greatest moment as a manager

2004 All-Ireland football quarter-final: Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-11 After destroying Donegal in the Ulster final, Joe Kernan’s Armagh, with Kieran McG(...)

Dublin’s Bernard Brogan celebrates finding the net against Westmeath in the Leinster final. His three points in the second half showed how well he knows every blade of grass in Croke Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Mid-term in this GAA summer, so what have we learned now all the provincial spoils have been handed out? The pecking order, as I see it, remains: Dubl(...)

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