Lee Keegan and Peter Canavan join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to preview the start of the Allianz Football League and reflect on the fallout from the All-Ireland club final.

As feared by Glen, their decision to object to Kilmacud Crokes having 16 players on the pitch at the end of the match has seen them lose public sympathy, which is exactly why the GAA should have taken the decision out of their hands.

Peter admits Tyrone did briefly discuss lodging an appeal after the 1995 All-Ireland final, where Dublin's Charlie Redmond failed to leave the field after being sent off, but decided against it in the end.

On the league, Lee explains why it is so vital for counties in Division 1 to win a couple of early games to avoid a mad dash for points towards the end.

The division has a strange look without Dublin involved but Peter believes, outside of Kerry, every county will be concerned about threat of relegation.

Division 2 will be a nail-biter, with counties finishing in the second half unsure on their Sam Maguire status until the provincial semi-finals are played later in the year.

None of the lads can see beyond Dublin winning promotion back to the top tier, with a fully-focused Derry the most likely to join them.

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