Eugene McGee: Greatest of them all will leave lasting legacy
Could it really happen at last? Is there a possibility that we are about to witness one of the most significant landmarks in the GAA for the last 50 or more years ?
If Armagh beat Wicklow in the second round of the qualifiers this evening, we are assured by the man himself that it will mark the end of Mick O'Dwyer's reign in the Garden County, but there's also a chance that one of the GAA's most significant personalities -- on or off the playing field -- could call time.
Now 75, the man from Waterville has made it known that this is the end of the line for him as Wicklow manager, a reign which has added to his stints with his native Kerry, Kildare, and Laois, going right back to 1975.