‘At the end of the day, sometimes you have to speak up and say ‘Enough is enough”

//‘At the end of the day, sometimes you have to speak up and say ‘Enough is enough”

‘At the end of the day, sometimes you have to speak up and say ‘Enough is enough”

Both Chrissy McKaigue and Aaron Kernan agree that the the All-Ireland club championships must be played in the one calendar year.

During Kernan’s 11 years of service to the Armagh senior football panel, he won seven Ulster club titles (he won an eighth in 2015 after he stepped away from the inter-county panel) and three All-Ireland club winners medals with Crossmaglen.

Slaughtneil dual star McKaigue on the other hand, has won Ulster titles with his club across both codes — they were beaten in the All-Ireland club football final in March — while also involved with the Derry inter-county set-up.

Yesterday, the Club Players Association (CPA) proposed a new national fixtures plan, in an attempt to balance the congested club and county fixtures calendar.

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