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Poll: which was the best decade for Gaelic football?

Ewan MacKenna wants you to take a view of all the counties, all the players and all the games from each era and consider the entire championship across a decade.

Kerry legend Pat Spillane during his playing days.
Kerry legend Pat Spillane during his playing days.
Image: INPHO/Billy Stickland

AS PAT SPILLANE continues to harp on about the good old days and hits us hard each weekend with his boot-to-ball campaign, we ask you which was the best decade for football.

We presume you don’t remember the 1950s (how presumptuous of us) but when considering your answer, we don’t want you to focus on specific players, teams or finals.

Rather, we’d like you to take a view of all the counties, all the players and all the games from each era and consider the entire championship across a decade. So which was the best?


Poll Results:

1990s (36)
2000s (32)
1980s (27)
1970s (23)
1960s (4)





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