Loughnane: teachers not suited to running GAA

Ger Loughnane has questioned the leadership qualities of GAA president Liam O'Neill and director-general Paraic Duffy.

Team news: Mayo name unchanged side for replay

Lee Keegan keeps his place at right half back.

Morgan looking forward to next year

Tyrone goalkeeper Niall Morgan is looking forward to the 2015 season - and hopes to spend it all in Ireland!

Brosnan understands Donaghy omission

Eoin Brosnan agrees with Eamonn Fitzmaurice's decision to leave Kieran Donaghy on the bench for tomorrow's Kerry-Mayo replay.

"We're getting carried away with Dublin" - McEntee

Former Armagh star Tony McEntee believes Dublin are over-hyped.

Dublin holding all the aces, suggests Canavan

Peter Canavan believes Dublin are stronger than Donegal in a number of respects.

Android: check out the new hoganstand.com app

Download the free hoganstand.com app and get all the latest GAA news, results, fixtures and live text commentaries straight to your phone.

Duffy admits Croker gamble backfired

Paraic Duffy concedes that scheduling an American football match in Croke Park tomorrow "has backfired".

Hard work pays off for Gaoth Dobhair

Gaoth Dobhair will be the proudest GAA club in the country on Sunday afternoon as they have no fewer than nine players representing Donegal at Croke Park.

GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"

If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.

Micko: players the only ones not getting paid

Mick O'Dwyer says the GAA's players "are about the only amateurs left in the game".

Forker relishing McGeeney era

Armagh's Aidan Forker is looking forward to working under new manager Kieran McGeeney.

Paul Flynn is Pieta House's "ears and eyes"

The founder of Pieta House has spoken of the vital contribution of Dublin footballer Paul Flynn to the organisation.

Is Croke Park still ours? - O Sé

Tomás O Sé is concerned about the commercial direction Croke Park is being brought in.

Wherity's dollars are on Donegal

New York-based former Donegal footballer Ross Wherity will be sticking a few dollars on his native county beating Dublin this weekend.