On the eve of the much-anticipated 1976 All-Ireland final, a 'quite relaxed' Anton O'Toole chats to RTÉ's Derek Davis about his team's preparations for the final.
In Parnell Park star forward O'Toole and county secretary Jim King talk about Dublin's preparations.
O'Toole, who died on Friday morning at the age of 68, said that after a hectic week he was now ready to face old foes Kerry.
"I feel quite relaxed actually today believe it or not. There was quite a bit of pressure on us over the last few days the build up the press and that. It is all over now it is only the game itself to come."