What happens if you pick up a knock that ruins your off seasons training plan?
Cahal Carvill and Ronan Scott debate the issues going on in the GAA.
The GAA should look at the AFL model in order to protect players from injury from injury.
As managers want more and more success, the long term health of their players becomes less important.
The sad truth when it comes to being an active player in a contact sport is that injury is nearly unavoidable.
Fergus Connolly reveals the lessons he’s learned from American football and Premiership soccer on the important matter of avoiding injury.
Players can feel pressure to play when they are injured, but that can only make matters worse in the long term.