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Aaron Ward

Aaron Ward
A writer with an interest in all sports including GAA, MMA, soccer and tiddly-winks.

Daithí Regan Slams Davy Fitzgerald’s ‘Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On’

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Semi-Final, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 16/4/2017 Wexford vs Tipperary Wexford Manager Davy Fitzgerald and Aidan Nolan clash with Jason Forde of Tipperary Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

As the fallout from Davy Fitzgerald’s on-field outburst on Sunday continues to dominate headlines in the GAA world, the Wexford boss is still anxiously awaiting to hear what his punishment may be.  The idea that Fitzgerald put forward after the game when asked about the incident has been condemned as “rubbish.” He stated that his taking to the Nowlan Park field …

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Jurgen Klopp Admits He May Finish His Career At Liverpool

Swansea City v Liverpool - Premier League

Jurgen Klopp has suggested that he sees himself finishing his managerial career at Liverpool.  The German signed a new contract last summer, committing to the Merseyside club for the next six years. That being said, Klopp is fully aware that he must bring glory in the form of silverware back to Anfield. Speaking to German magazine Sport1, the 49-year-old expressed …

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Colm Cooper: I Played For Kerry To Win Titles, Not To Satisfy Joe Brolly

Colm Cooper has responded to the criticism he received from Joe Brolly on RTÉ’s League Sunday programme following the announcement of his retirement.  The Gooch had praise heaped on him from near and afar in the sporting world following the announcement of his inter-county retirement. He was lauded for all he achieved and almost universally recognised as one of the …

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Seamus Callanan Set To Miss League Final Through Injury

Tipperary have suffered an injury setback ahead of their National Hurling League final this weekend in the shape of talisman Seamus Callanan.  Callanan picked up a broken thumb in the Premier’s victory over Wexford on Sunday. Although the All Star full-forward did play the full 70 minutes, he was seen struggling in pain after the game. Michael Ryan has confirmed …

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The 10 Hardest Men In GAA

All Ireland Hurling Semi-Final Cork 14/8/2005 Diarmuid O'Sullivan celebrates Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

When looking at all successful GAA teams of years gone by, every one will have had their symbol of strength – a hard man.  We look at those players who drove fear in abundance to their opposition. In no particular order, the players we would have rather stayed back in the dressing room than have marked are… Hurling Tommy Walsh …

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Watch: Padraig Harrington’s Forthright Punditry At The Masters Summed Up In One Clip

Padraig Harrington did a great job all week at Augusta in his role as a pundit for Sky Sports. His honesty and insights when analysing the Masters have gained him many more admirers.  Harrington’s ability to give frank, no-nonsense assessments of matters unfolding at Augusta National from Thursday to Sunday was refreshing. He proved insightful and expressed his knowledge of …

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