Meanwhile a former Mayo manager says that Tipperary’s Robbie Kiely was unfortunate to receive a black card in the first half of yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo.The centre-back was dismissed inside the first 10 minutes for a challenge on Jason Doherty.James Horan criticised the need for a black card in Gaelic football and described Kiely’s situation as ‘incredibly harsh.’ The Premier’s season came to an end yesterday when Mayo beat them in the All-Ireland semi-final.Tipperary reached the last four despite losing many highly-rated players from the panel at the start of the year.Kearns is hoping that Tipp’s exploits this summer will entice some of them to come back into the fold.
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1 Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez has ‘no doubt’ Neymar will renew his contract and snub interest from Manchester United.The Brazilian has been in stunning form this season and leads the La Liga goalscoring charts with 11.Manchester United were linked with a world-record bid in the summer as Louis van Gaal searched for a marquee signing to strengthen his attack and are said to remain keen to lure the Brazilian to Old Trafford.However, Barca’s sporting director, Fernandez, is now convinced Neymar will end all speculation over his future and extend his contact beyond 2018.“He [Neymar] is the second best player in the world,” Fernandez told RAC1.“He’s a player of extraordinary ability, who possesses magic and special talent, scores goals and is very important for the club.“I have no doubt that he’ll renew. The time will come in which we sit, talk and find a solution. He’s happy here and performing well.“The club will provide all that is necessary for Neymar to be calm and at ease. I’m very comfortable with the situation. We haven’t spoken yet, but we don’t need to because I know he’ll sign.” Neymar