Sky Sports GAA panel: Dublin’s rivals can learn from their success

29 October 2019

Sky Sports GAA panel: Dublin’s rivals can learn from their success

Dublinfinal playoff win over Kerry sealed an.
Sam Maguire will winter by the Liffey following the side of Jim Gavin moved to watch the Kingdom.
The question today is how the counties can close the gap to the Dubs.
At full-time on Saturday, the Sky Sports GAA panel ran above what Dublin’s competitions can perform the rule.
The Dublin set-up is to be honored, and the way is to be respected.
Have the chance to present their best, be the best that they can be. They will need to provide the aid in ways off the area of play, if other counties will catch up.
In my own county I feel that’s not happening. There is so much more which we can and going to need to do.
As an instance, Bryan Cullen, that Jim Gavin wanted, and he abandoned a set up that was great, Leinster Rugby to visit Dublin.
We’ve got an exceptional strength and conditioning guy who abandoned a place where he wanted to be, Tyrone GAA, to visit Ulster Rugby.
In so many ways I think that Dublin are professional in practice although amateur in ethos. Maybe my county at times, and many others, are amateur in clinic in amateur and ethos.
We are looking at eight, seven, nine 16, until we close that gap.
I believe other counties need to check at the way they do things. The sport has moved on. Whether you want it or not, it’s moved on, and there’s so much more work to be accomplished.
What Jim did when he arrived, he followed on from Pat Gilroyhe developed a civilization and it’s a culture of winning and also an ultra competitive environment. It’s either his way or the highway.
We’ve seen they’re gone, if they don’t do it Jim’s manner and a lot of talented individually players move in that panel. Collective-brilliant is what he desires, not that individual-brilliant.
John Costello is the chairman of the county board. He has an open door policy. If you’re a different county and need to see just how Dublin operate, go up and he’ll open the door and say’here’s what we do you take it away and go off’.
It’s not like they are hiding under the table and squirrelling off everything.
You can see the debate in the movie at the top of this report.
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