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'Absolute joke', 'greed', 'RIP club football' - GAA players hit out at new football format

The Super 8 proposal was passed at Congress this morning.

pjimage (4) Joe McMahon, Joe Sheridan and Ian Ryan are amongst those who have spoken out. Source: INPHO

IT’S BEEN A day of significant change in Gaelic football, a new All-Ireland football championship format to be introduced from 2018 for a three-year period.

But there’s been a heated reaction from current and former inter-county players. They’re not happy with the news from today’s GAA Congress at Croke Park.

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Joe McMahon (Tyrone)

Podge Collins (Clare)

Brian Carroll (Offaly)

Kevin Reilly (Meath)

Simon Lambert (Dublin)

Paddy Stapleton (Tipperary)

Philip Jordan (Tyrone)

Pa Ranahan (Limerick)

Ian Ryan (Limerick)

Michael Duignan (Offaly)

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Dean Ryan (Clare)

Eamon McGee (Donegal)

Iain Corbett (Limerick)

Joe Sheridan (Meath)

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