Reports Suggests Inter County Players Are Unhappy With Winter Training Ban

Buffalo Fenians Photo by Lake Effects Photography / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 report in the Irish Independent among inter county players suggests the winter training ban suits county boards and not players. In the article anonymous players tell stories of training in bleak conditions but receiving no expenses or even post training meals. One player tells a story about a group of them going to a fast food restaurant after training as no food was provided. The training ban means counties have staggered return to training times depending on when they excited the Championship however some panels are back before they are supposed to be as they try to get an edge for next season. Analyst Billy Joe Padden who played for both Mayo and Armagh suggests that the GAA calendar is one of the issue’s…………….. [audio_player src=””]