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O'Donoghue sleepwalks, O'Sullivan afraid of rats - what causes nightmares for GAA players?

What keeps leading GAA stars awake at night?

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SLEEPWALKING, A FEAR of rats and replaying those devastating defeats on the pitch.

That’s some of the nightmares that leading GAA players battle.

Here’s what keeps the likes of James O’Donoghue, Jonny Cooper, Paudie O’Sullivan, Rob Hennelly and Liam Rushe awake at night.

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