With Kerry and Galway set to contest this year’s All-Ireland final, for Mayo it’s a place on the sidelines as one of the two counties to beat them in this year’s Championship is set to claim the Sam Maguire later this month.
In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty and by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent.
They review the weekend’s action before the talk turns to the vacant Mayo manager’s position and the likely successors to James Horan. The discussion then widens out to the ongoing issue of the burden of debt hanging over Mayo GAA, arising from the stand development works at MacHale Park over a decade ago.
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