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Tony Considine

While Dublin’s stranglehold on the championship has been incessant since 2015, it’s a different story in the Allianz League.

The first two of their six straight championships were preceded by championship titles, and 2018 became another Doubles secured but there has been no league fame since then. Mayo and the current owner Kerry were honored in 2019 and 2020.

Your attempt to win back the trophy begins today in Roscommon with a throw-in at 1:45 p.m. at the Dr. Hyde Park, the first of three away games. Home edge for the campaign was stripped of Dessie Farrell’s men after breaking Covid’s infamous illegal training session at Innisfails last month.

The dubs may be favorites for the league but the available 5/4 -Price as opposed to the ridiculously short 1/25 they are offered to win an eleventh Leinster title in a row is an indication that they are standing with all due respect for their title.These three games are the only real tests that they have to face before a semi-final across Ireland.

And former Monaghan man Dick Clerkin warned of the metropolitan road trip on the GAA podcast by The Throw-in Independent.ie in collaboration with Allianz. </ "I wouldn't be surprised if Dessie Farrell sees this league almost as more important than the Leinster Championship," said Clerkin.

« Check out the games they have to play. Not to be unfair to Roscommon, but you would imagine them taking that. They then have to go to Thurles to play Kerry because they lost home advantage. No home games remember and Monaghan is in the same boat.

“So let’s say Kerry turns Dublin over into Thurles. Then they have to go to Tuam and beat Galway in order to avoid a relegation play-off that could be played against a Tyrone or a Donegal.

« They could very easily, if they don’t do much wrong, one lose close game against Galway in Tuam and find themselves in a relegation game against an Ulster team that would do nothing better than sink them into Division Two.

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« Forget Leinster, they’ll go through this. But for some reason they won’t want them to have a bad start to the year. I think to get that to bed quickly, they’re going to want to have a good start or have no potential for a relegation game or anything like that. « Of course, the job of putting that risk to bed has to be done without her manager’s input, with Farrell’s 12-week touchline ban on this training offense continuing in April.

And while Clerkin believes that Since this is a handicap that the favorites can overcome, he believes that setting a marker will be crucial today.

« Let’s face it, when it comes down to it he’ll be back, but they will. » just want to clean up what to do early to avoid something very, very dark from happening.

« I think you’re going to get some surprises now with the way the structure relates to the team that may dip into Division 2 that it wasn’t expecting.

The throw-in

The highly anticipated return of the Allianz Football League this weekend is a different hue than it has been for many years, if at all.

The throw-in

While many commentators have lamented what they see as a missed opportunity to introduce an open draw in the football championship, which will feature an abridged tournament for the second year running, the impact of the pandemic has also resulted in a reshaping of the Allianz League -Formats for run this year.




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