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Killian Healy

Killian Healy
Killian is a 2nd year BBS student in the University of Limerick. He is a key member of the Pundit Arena social media team. He is a massive sports fan and is a key member of the Pundit Arena social media team, where he specialises in all things GAA related.

We May Have Finally Solved How To Restucture The All Ireland Football Championship

Although we have witnessed some glimpses of magic in this year’s provincial championships, the football championship has largely remained boring and predictable. A lot of suggestions have been thrown around about how to ‘fix’ the championship, but we at Pundit Arena believe the following solution should be given strong consideration.  Firstly, let’s get some of the criticisms about restructuring the All Ireland …

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Four Managers Who Can Make Cork Football A Force Again

With Brian Cuthbert stepping down yesterday, Cork are on the hunt for a football manager. Who might fit the bill?  _____ #1 John Cleary Cleary is the obvious candidate to succeed Brian Cuthbert as the Rebels boss. He is the bookies favourite and many will feel that he should have been appointed two years ago instead of Brian Cuthbert. The …

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Analysing The Four Candidates Who Can Rebuild Cork Football

Following the announcement that Brian Cuthbert would be stepping down as Cork football manager, Killian Healy takes a look at the four potential candidates for the job, now that the Bishopstown clubman has stepped aside. _____ #1 John Cleary Cleary is the obvious candidate to succeed Brian Cuthbert as the Rebels boss. He is the bookies’ favourite and many will …

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Ranking The Ten Remaining Teams In This Year’s Football Championship

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After a weekend which saw Cork surprisingly beaten by Kildare, here we rank the ten remaining teams in this year’s All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.  _____ #10 Sligo The pinnacle of Sligo’s summer had to be when they shocked the country and knocked out Roscommon to set up a Connacht final against Mayo. It’s shocks like those that make the provincial championship …

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GAA’s Biggest Underachievers: Armagh

In the first of a series of articles examining the major underachievers of the GAA world, Killian Healy takes a look back at the Armagh teams between 2000-2008.   Armagh achievements from 2000-2008 – Won All-Ireland at U21 level in 2004 – Won the NFL in 2005 – Won 2 Ulster U21 Championships, 2004 & 2007 – Won 6 Ulster titles …

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