The GAA Hour: Mayo undead, Kevin Walsh future, Peter Harte's black cards
On Thursday, Colm Parkinson declared Mayo dead men walking.
By Monday, he apologised.
Mayo are simply better when it's all on the line. For six years, the only team to eliminate them from the All-Ireland championship were the eventual champions and last season's blip in Newbridge marked the first time in seven years that they wouldn't reach at least the semis.
So they've been written off again, a few times already in 2019 and Wooly couldn't see them make it past a Galway side who they were finding no literal way past.
On The GAA Hour, Mayo's win over the Tribesmen took top billing alongside some pertinent talking points:
- James Carr power
- Galway's bizarre tactics
- Peter Harte's black cards
- Kevin Walsh's future
- Managerial free agents
- Paddy Power Performance of the Weekend
"That's all Barry Cassidy cares about. It's not really if it's cynical, did he deliberately trip him? Did his foot need to be there? I don't think it did."
The lads discuss Peter Harte's third black card of the summer
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