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Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010

Location: Studio

Photographer: Liam McBurney

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Players must stand up and show GAA that working together would be beneficial for all

Oisin McConville


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GPA chief Paul Flynn has stood down from his role (INPHO/Bryan Keane)

GPA chief Paul Flynn has stood down from his role (INPHO/Bryan Keane)

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GPA chief Paul Flynn has stood down from his role (INPHO/Bryan Keane)

The Gaelic Players' Association has made significant strides since its foundation but right now it faces into two significant challenges.

Not only must the Association members strike up a coherent alliance with their colleagues from the Women's Gaelic Players' Association with whom they amalgamated just before Christmas but they must also appoint a new Chief Executive Officer.

And I see this as a key task for the overall players' body.


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