• Title: Blood Brothers
  • Author: Michael Moynihan
  • ISBN: 9780717144327
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blood Brothers Along the way they blazed a trail for GAA players by standing up for their rights they revolutionised tactics in the game of hurling and they have given Irish sport some of its most unforgettable char
    Along the way they blazed a trail for GAA players by standing up for their rights they revolutionised tactics in the game of hurling and they have given Irish sport some of its most unforgettable characters and moments Through strikes and stand offs, controversies and collisions, departures and disappointments, they have been the most fascinating GAA team of the last tweAlong the way they blazed a trail for GAA players by standing up for their rights they revolutionised tactics in the game of hurling and they have given Irish sport some of its most unforgettable characters and moments Through strikes and stand offs, controversies and collisions, departures and disappointments, they have been the most fascinating GAA team of the last twenty years.This is their story Players, managers, selectors and backroom staff involved with Cork for the last decade have co operated with journalist Michael Moynihan to give their side of events, with some speaking out for the first time in a series of interviews conducted specifically for this book.If you want to know what it means to be an inter county player, this is the book you need to read.

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