DUBLIN GAA followers are all saying the identical factor after a coaching video was shared forward of the All Eire semi closing towards Kerry.
The Dubs and the Kingdom meet in a mouth watering conflict with a spot within the All Eire closing at stake on Sunday.
The Leinster and Munster Champions are the 2 favourites to raise the Sam Maguire with many feeling this weekend’s conflict may determine the Championship.
However the Dubs are coping with two MAJOR damage doubts going into this weekend’s sport.
James McCarthy and Con O’Callaghan each missed out on the All Eire quarter closing win over Cork.
And eagle eyed Dubs followers have been searching for the pair after the official Dublin Twitter account shared a coaching video.
McCarthy will be seen coaching with the remainder of the squad nonetheless there isn’t a signal of O’Callaghan within the video.
One Twitter consumer wrote: “James McCarthy performs on Sunday so. I could not see Con.”
Whereas one other stated: “Jimmy was there which is sweet Con higher having be recording it or one thing lads.”
And one other individual wrote: “No signal of Con O’Callaghan from what I can see.”
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Kerry are additionally coping with some damage worries as star ahead David Clifford stays a doubt for the semi closing conflict.
Clifford struggled via the quarter closing win towards Mayo, scoring a vital aim, regardless of evidently struggling with an damage all through the match.
Afterwards Kerry boss Jack O’Connor admitted they contemplated taking Clifford off early however stored him within the sport due to his abilities.
He stated: “We did, completely. However he’s the sort of a participant you’d almost give the advantage of the doubt to more often than not.
“He’s not simply an odd participant and he confirmed it with the aim he scored, which was a critical aim as a result of it got here at a time once we have been struggling to get scores and we have been struggling to get a foothold on the sport.
“That’s the category of the person, that’s what he can do.”