The former Armagh captain and now manager Kieran McGeeney gave a classy post match interview interview mentioning that there are a lot more things than Gaelic football. Making reference to the passing of 19 year old U20 Monaghan captain Brendan Óg Duffy. Armagh crashed out of the Championship in a classic Ulster tie against rivals Monaghan, final score was 2-21 to 4-17, you just wonder was Brendan Óg Duffy looking down on Monaghan today as they managed to squeeze out a win.
The GAA world is in shock today and Gaelic football at times like this comes second, we send our best wished to Brendan Óg Duffy’s family and friends at this difficult time.
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"Football is important. It's important for us all and we're lucky that our loved ones let us do it. But you try to remember there are other things out there as well."@Armagh_GAA manager Kieran McGeeney gives his thoughts after the Orchard County's defeat to Monaghan. pic.twitter.com/x1OFVaetK2
— Sky Sports GAA (@SkySportsGAA) July 17, 2021
R.I.P. Brendán Óg Duffy awful news earlier today.
Here he is captaining the Monaghan U20's only last night, he was 19 years of age! May he rest in peace 🙏 pic.twitter.com/BhiXjcU9DC
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) July 17, 2021