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Fermanagh captain Eoin Donnelly admits anxiety over risk of GAA's return to action

 

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No rush: Eoin Donnelly has diabetes so will be cautious about return

No rush: Eoin Donnelly has diabetes so will be cautious about return

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Fermanagh manager Ryan McMenamin

Fermanagh manager Ryan McMenamin

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No rush: Eoin Donnelly has diabetes so will be cautious about return

One week after the GAA rolled out their road map for a return to action, uncertainty remains commonplace among players and management.

Already there have been rows put into the public sphere about the scheduling of club fixtures - too many games, not enough games, club campaigns wrapped up early to give the county manager the run of things and so on.

One of the more mind-bending concepts is that adequate preparation time hasn't been given, despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has forced every team into what effectively became a six-month pre-season.