Ryan McAleenan hoped to pull on the Down jersey again but he suffered a career-ending injury and it undoubtedly took a mental toll on the Warrenpoint defender By Shaun Casey RYAN McAleenan can still remember the feeling. The crushing collapse of his world caving below his feet. His career was over. Playing football, his driving […]
By Michael McMullan EMER Gallagher insists the Donegal management and County Board ensure they are “very well looked after” and the Donegal squad’s stance on the protest is to make sure standards are maintained. Speaking to Gaelic Life ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland clash with Dublin, the Donegal star feels a standardised charter would help improve […]
CAPTAINS from the senior inter-county football and hurling squads have backed their female counterparts in a statement released on Tuesday through the Gaelic Players Association. It comes after camogie and ladies football squads stating they were playing the rest of their season under protest, urging all three associations – GAA, Camogie Association and LGFA – […]
I GOT an e mail from the Pendulum Summit this morning, inviting me to a wellness and inspirational leadership workshop at the RDS with Dr Joe Vitali. A snip at only €1,500. Joe, who doesn’t have any particular qualifications, describes himself as a global thought leader. Modesty is not a quality associated with this genre. […]
LIMERICK hurler Seán Finn said this week that he has “thoroughly enjoyed the split season” and why wouldn’t he? As he describes it, the long club break from the inter-county season has replenished his energy levels and he is enjoying life. Enjoying life? Is that allowed? Seán told the Examiner’s John Fogarty “When you’re tuned […]
THE Club Players Association has met with both the GAA and the GPA as they step up their drive for fixture equality.
John Hughes says the CPA must get the same recognition as th GPA.
John Hughes explains that the GPA are pursuing capitalist ideals.
KEVIN Cassidy has hailed the leadership shown by Dessie Farrell during his time as the chief executive of the Gaelic Players Association.
The CPA’s plans are good, but they could do more according to John Hughes.