# Oisin McConville

This year
Oisin McConville on O'Neill red card: 'I didn't think there was a big pile in it'
Armagh attacker’s red card called into question on BBCNI GAA Social podcast.
'We're involved in a WhatsApp group in Crossmaglen. There'd be a bit of banter'
Tony McEntee’s Sligo will take on Oisín McConville’s Wicklow in the Division 4 final on Saturday.
Last year
Lee Keegan: 'Unfair to start criticising. Judge Kevin next year on how things go'
Lee Keegan says he’s confident that the management team will work well with Mayo in 2023.
All-Ireland winner Oisín McConville set to be appointed new Wicklow manager
The Crossmaglen Rangers man has been recommended to the Wicklow county board for the position.
'He is a genuine superstar in the ilk of Joe Canning'
Oisín McConville was in the Athletic Grounds last Sunday watching David Clifford up close.
All time
'I am not jumping into the deep end of the pool - the water will only be up to my waist'
Oisin McConville will work with Barry O’Hagan on the Armagh Under 20 management ticket.
'Kieran Donaghy can bring on their game in a massive way' - Kerry great backed to play big role with Armagh
Oisín McConville says his nephews will benefit from the four-time All-Ireland winner.
'I'd be going back to my normal life and the phone calls from people that I owed money to'
Oisín McConville spoke to the media today to promote a service which helps people with gambling addictions.
'Had we lost that 2002 All-Ireland I would have emigrated'
Joe Kernan mixed modern ideas with old school thinking as he turned Armagh from contenders into champions in 2002.
The search for consistency and advice from uncle Oisín: Rían O'Neill is Armagh's latest star
The young Crossmaglen Rangers forward comes from a family with a rich footballing history.
'It is a big boost for them to be looking up to Oisin' - Armagh great McConville takes over rising Monaghan club
The Crossmaglen legend’s arrival is a major coup for Inniskeen Grattans.
'Life is more important than football. If something brings you happiness, go for it'
Oisin McConville believes that Jamie Clarke is right to opt out of the Armagh set-up and travel if that’s where he’ll find happiness.
'I think this All-Ireland football final can eclipse the hurling for the first year in a long time'
Oisin McConville is looking forward to the showdown between Mayo and Dublin.
Oisin McConville expects Laois return and rules out a move to Donegal
McConville had been nominated to take charge of the Donegal footballers by a local club.
Quinlivan 'one of the best around', Clarke set to shine after travels and the trip to Tipp
Oisin McConville is looking forward to Armagh’s journey to Semple Stadium.
'Sports psychology is huge': The hope Oisin McConville can help Laois hurling win the mind games
Eamonn Kelly has witnessed it benefit his teams in the past.
'The GPA have completely slept in on this' - Player body comes in for strong criticism
Oisin McConville and Jarlath Burns have hit out at the GPA.
'Jim Gavin has finally cracked the Dublin psyche, that's the scary thing' - McConville
The Armagh legend explains why he thinks the Dubs are streets ahead, dismisses Tyrone’s All-Ireland credentials and bemoans the amount of goalkeepers taking frees.
Glory for Oisin McConville on the management front in Belfast today
Dundalk IT defeated Waterford IT to claim the Trench Cup for the first time.
'We're happy that it didn't happen' - Crossmaglen deny biting allegations
Crossmaglen’s joint-manager Oisin McConville has refuted allegations that a Cargin player was bitten yesterday.
'The GAA and GPA need to tell players gambling is no longer acceptable'
Former Armagh star Oisin McConville has reacted with surprise to the Donegal gambling revelations outlined in the Jim McGuinness book.
Here are the 2015 Football and Hurling Personalities of the Year
Philly McMahon and Paul Murphy will be honoured by Ireland’s GAA journalists this evening.
Robin Williams' relationship with golf and Oisín McConville on goalkeeping; the week’s best sportswriting
Also, Grantland discuss THAT game in Space Jam and Adam Hurrey looks ahead to the new PL season.
McConville reveals 'lots of high profile players in bother' with gambling
The former Armagh footballer believes the number of ‘problem gamblers’ will continue to grow.
7 of Armagh's best sporting moments in 2013
Eight-goal routs, prodigal sons, and success in Scotland were among the standout moments for the Orchard County this year.
Oisin McConville: 'It's difficult going to watch matches knowing you won't be involved'
The former Armagh player also suggests he is relishing life as a pundit for The Sunday Game.
Crossmaglen star Oisin McConville announces retirement from GAA
The player confirmed the news on Twitter earlier today, ending a 20-year playing career with the side.
Crossmaglen defeat Kilcoo to lift Ulster title
Early goals from Oisín McConville and Aaron Kernan helped the Armagh side secure victory.
Confident Garrycastle will put it up to Cross again - McNulty
Laois manager Justin McNulty accepts that this afternoon’s All-Ireland Club SFC final replay is too hard to call.
The road to Croker: here's the story so far for Crossmaglen and Garrycastle
Is it to be Crossmaglen’s year yet again? Or will there be a new name on the All-Ireland club football roll of honour come 5pm this evening?
Fab five: here's how Crossmaglen have dominated club football since 1997
The men from Armagh will be looking for their sixth win in 15 years of the All-Ireland Club SFC this weekend.
McConville: Cross prepared, but 'not taking anything for granted'
A man who has seen it all before feels Crossmaglen have prepared “really, really well” for Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Dr Crokes.
GAA stars launch scheme for booze-free January
The GAA’s “Off the Booze and On the Ball” project challenges members to start the new year by giving up drink for a month.
Oisín McConville tight-lipped over retirement
Crossmaglen star still enjoying his football and won’t be rushed into a decision after helping the Armagh club secure its fifth All-Ireland title.
Crossmaglen and St. Brigid's book final berths
The Connaught and Ulster champions will meet on St. Patrick’s Day in the All-Ireland senior football club final.