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Time is now for Kerry to arrest the county’s uncharacteristically poor recent record in Croke Park

John O'Dowd


Kerry have had a troublingly poor record on Jones’ Road since the 2015 All Ireland Final

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Gavin White, Tom O'Sullivan and Shane Ryan can't hide their disappointment after the 2019 All-Ireland Final replay loss to Dublin, which was another big championship loss for Kerry in Croke park since 2014. Photo by Sportsfile

Gavin White, Tom O'Sullivan and Shane Ryan can't hide their disappointment after the 2019 All-Ireland Final replay loss to Dublin, which was another big championship loss for Kerry in Croke park since 2014. Photo by Sportsfile

John O'Dowd

John O'Dowd

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Gavin White, Tom O'Sullivan and Shane Ryan can't hide their disappointment after the 2019 All-Ireland Final replay loss to Dublin, which was another big championship loss for Kerry in Croke park since 2014. Photo by Sportsfile

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With the arrival of ‘the canister’ on 37 occasions, there is no doubt but that Kerry have more than earned their place in the pantheon of the elite gaelic football counties. Heading home from the capital with that amount of All-Ireland senior titles in the back pocket takes some doing.

Delivering the goods on a consistent basis on the hallowed turf of Croke Park obviously then becomes imperative when you are seeking to be crowned the best team in the land. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the Jones’ Road venue has often been hailed down through the years as Kerry’s second home.


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