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Why Armagh must develop 'horrible' nature to protect top flight status, explains Oisin McConville

Winning ugly is crucial to Orchard County's League hopes: McConville

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Ready to go: Paddy Burns will be a central figure in the Armagh team

Ready to go: Paddy Burns will be a central figure in the Armagh team

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Too nice: Oisin McConville says Armagh lack ruthlessness

Too nice: Oisin McConville says Armagh lack ruthlessness

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Ready to go: Paddy Burns will be a central figure in the Armagh team

Former Armagh attacker Oisín McConville has claimed the key to the Orchard County surviving in Division One north this year, is a requirement to become a 'horrible' opposition.

Armagh are back in the top flight for the first time since they were relegated in 2012, but when they look down the fixture list there will be the spectre of recent heavy defeats in the Championship for Kieran McGeeney's men.


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