The former eight time All-Ireland winner Pat Spillane was on the Sunday game for Galway vs Mayo and has effectively ruled out Mayo of winning any All-Ireland again this year. Mayo were defeated by their Connacht rivals Galway on Sunday, meaning the Maritime county will have to go through the back door.
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“The reason Mayo will never win an All-Ireland is because of their forward power. One point in 23 minutes.. They kicked 11 wides in total, and in the second-half they converted seven out of 17 chances.
“Mayo are warriors and are great warriors. But they never had, and still don’t have a forward line that can win an All-Ireland.”
'Mayo don't have a forward line that can win an All-Ireland'
Pat Spillane thinks it won't be Mayo's year – watch full highlights later on The Sunday Game from 9.30pm @RTE2 @RTEplayer #RTEGAA pic.twitter.com/3sjrPXn0TG
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) April 24, 2022