# ties that bind

Last year
# Influence
Michael Carrick reveals Alex Ferguson advice before taking Middlesbrough job
The 41-year-old played under Ferguson at Manchester United.
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Down memory Lane - the tangible links to the golden era of Kerry ladies football
‘Mom has five All-Ireland medals. We’re finding it difficult enough to win one!’
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'Michael and James have great potential that we're starting to see at the top level'
Dan Soper is hoping Ulster duo James Hume and MIke Lowry are given an opportunity to shine with Ireland.
All time
# super sars
'It’s important to relish those days because they are not going to be around forever'
Maria Cooney is hoping to continue the family and club tradition as Sarsfields aim for back-to-back All-Ireland titles tomorrow.
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'This conversation needs to happen, but I also think what would Kylie get out of it?'
Ireland assistant manager and former Wexford Youths boss Tom Elmes on Kylie Murphy’s international potential, and the bigger picture of coaching.
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From DCU to Down Under: The team-mates, house-mates and friends dreaming of AFLW glory
‘It was as if they were operating on a professional level even back then.’ Now, Collingwood duo Sarah Rowe and Aishling Sheridan are one step away from the biggest stage in their adopted sport.
# amazing grace
'Apart from an accent, it is the absolute world. It means everything to me and my family'
Goalkeeper Grace Moloney on representing Ireland, her exceptional season at Reading and how she used lockdown to improve.
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The strangers we meet along the way - sport is the one great leveller in life
There are divisions in so many things, but sport is about what you belong to.
# interesting addition
Davy Fitz adds a pillar of his 2013 All-Ireland win at Clare to Wexford backroom team
Brendan Bugler comes on board as a selector.
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'John McEntee is a legend in our club, he has captained Cross to an All Ireland title'
Crossmaglen will come up against their former player and manager in the Ulster SFC club quarter-final on 2 November.
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'There probably was a bit of destiny there': Jack O'Connor more than happy to follow a well-worn path
O’Connor’s father and uncle lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup with Wexford in 1996.
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Rising Monaghan star Jack McCarron has football pedigree oozing through his veins
McCarron’s father, sister, uncle and cousin have all won Ulster SFC titles on the field with the Farney.