It was one of the best football finals of the decade and Dublin and Kerry get to do it all again, but did Kerry leave it behind them?
Ciarán Whelan joined Michael Verney, Frank Roche and Conor McKeon to look back on the 2019 All Ireland final and he reckons both teams have room to improve for the replay on September 14th.
"These Kerry forwards are a special talent and operating at a different level to what Dublin have been used to," says Whelan.
"Dublin will improve. They won’t be happy with that level of performance. But Kerry will also get better. Is this the start of something special from them?"
All the panellists tip Dublin to win the replay but Kerry's belief will be real going into the game and it's all set up for another tension-filled, dramatic finale. History is still on the line.
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One of the benefits of the new, tighter calendar is that we get weekends like this with four of the top teams in the country going at it on consecutive days. One of the downsides is that it will all be over in the blink of an eye.
I stopped in Enniscrone for a coffee the other day. Sitting outside in the bright sunshine, a beautiful old lady came over to say hello. She told me she was Maureen Loftus, née Ó Sé, originally from Dingle, and that her brother Tomás Ó Sé had played for the Kingdom in the 1950s. "It's very sad what has happened to the football," she said. "I prefer to watch the hurling now." Maureen is not alone.