GAELIC Life columnist Martin O’Brien believes that TV companies should be focusing more on the club game rather than inter-county matches.
Writing in today’s edition, the former Fermanagh player passionately outlines why the club game continues to shine compared to its more high profile county equivalent.
“The inter-county season offers few fairy tales these days, the characters are dwindling, everyone looks the same, everyone says the same things, everyone has the same hair, the oul grey heads are gone, and when was the last time a bald man won an All-Ireland?”
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GAELIC Life columnist Martin O’Brien has questioned the role of the umpire in making disicplinary decisions during GAA games.