Gavin gracious in defeatJim Gavin was making no excuses after tasting his first championship defeat as Dublin manager.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
Ladies: Dubs down Galway to book final dateGregory McGonigle's Dublin ladies senior footballers are through to a first TG4 All-Ireland final since 2010.
Andrews against the oddsThere's a saying that the bookies rarely get it wrong - but Paddy Andrews doesn't agree with the odds for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Donegal.
Preview: SF semi-final: Dublin v DonegalThe full-house signs will be erected at Croke Park for the first time this year when Dublin and Donegal face off in the second of the All-Ireland football semi-finals tomorrow.
Team news: Dublin team announcedDublin manager Jim Gavin has announced his team ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final clash with Donegal at Croke Park.
Ladies previews: Dublin and Galway battle to be first to reach the finalWill Dublin progress to a first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship final since 2010 or can Galway end a nine-year wait?
Q&A with Martin McHugh about the Donegal and Dublin's MFC meetingMartin McHugh takes an in-depth look at Sunday's Electric Ireland MFC semi-final between Donegal and Dublin.
"We're getting carried away with Dublin" - McEnteeFormer Armagh star Tony McEntee believes Dublin are over-hyped.
Dublin holding all the aces, suggests CanavanPeter Canavan believes Dublin are stronger than Donegal in a number of respects.
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GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.
Dublin U16 ladies take on Cork in finalSimilar to his senior counterpart Dublin U16 manager Ken Nyhan has resisted any temptation to meddle with his starting 15
Paul Flynn is Pieta House's "ears and eyes"The founder of Pieta House has spoken of the vital contribution of Dublin footballer Paul Flynn to the organisation.
"It was the most surreal game that I was ever at"Jack O'Connor couldn't believe his eyes as he observed the 2011 All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Dublin.
Bonner questions Dublin's subsDeclan Bonner has questioned whether Dublin's much-vaunted substitutes could make an impact coming into a tight game.
Gavin: "defensively, we know they are very slick"Dublin manager Jim Gavin knows just what to expect from Donegal.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 7 September.
McStay expects rivetting Dublin-Donegal clashKevin McStay says Sunday's second All-Ireland SFC semi-final has the potential to be "the game of the season".
Dublin ladies team named to face GalwayDublin boss Gregory McGonigle has kept faith with the same starting 15 that defeated Kerry in last week's quarter final for this Saturday's Cusack Park show down with Galway.
Brennan to miss out againGer Brennan will play no part in Dublin's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Donegal on Sunday.
Jayo: I just can't go against DublinJason Sherlock expects Dublin to have too much firepower for Donegal on Sunday.
Whelan expects Dubs' class to shine throughMickey Whelan believes Dublin's superior quality can see them past Donegal's challenge on Sunday.
Jim has to come up with a Plan BJim McGuinness won't be employing the same tactics that famously frustrated Dublin in the 2011 All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
McGrath and Donegal will give it their 'best shot'Donegal defender Paddy McGrath accepts Dublin are 'hot favourites' for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final - but the Ardara man isn't raising a white flag just yet.
Watch: Anchorman style face off between Dublin and Donegal fansThis Anchorman street fight parody between Dublin and Donegal fans hit all the right notes ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final between the two counties.
Murphy and Goggins to feature on Seo SpoirtSeó Spóirt's roving reporter Gemma Ní Chionnaith will speak to the Donegal footballer, Michael Murphy, and the former Dublin footballer
Gavin: there is no right or wrong way to play footballBeing a good manager is about setting your team up to play to their strengths according to Jim Gavin.
TG4 All Ireland Semi Final - Dublin v GalwaySinead Aherne has been in splendid form for Dublin this season the Malahide ace is the Capitals top scorer in the championship having amassed a remarkable 5-33 (17f) to date in just four championship outings.
All-Ireland Hurling Sevens 2014The All-Ireland Hurling weekend is almost upon us and it will begin for all hurling enthusiasts on the pitches in Kilmacud where the country's top club hurling sides will compete for their own All-Ireland title.
Flynn calls for patienceDublin will have to adopt a patient approach when it comes to trying to unlock the Donegal defence on Sunday, warns Paul Flynn.
"Top managers like Anthony Daly are thin on the ground"The Dublin hurling manager's job is Anthony Daly's - if he wants it.
Brolly & Co accept McGeeney's Ice Bucket ChallengeThose attending Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final in Croke Park are in for a treat after the game.
Cahill: standards outside Dublin have droppedDublin's 2011 All-Ireland winner Barry Cahill says standards have fallen outside the capital.
MDMA: talent is over-ratedMichael Darragh MacAuley believes attitude and hard work are more important attributes than talent.
TG4 All Ireland SF - Dublin v GalwayCroke Park have just confirmed the venue and times for this Saturday's TG4 All Ireland semi-final
Drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-finals aren't unusualYesterday's Kerry-Mayo clash was the 17th drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final since 1937.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Football top scorers: O'Connor is top of the mountainCillian O'Connor's haul of 1-8 in the drawn All-Ireland semi-final makes him the man to beat in the race to be the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Championship tweets: Marty gives Rachel a drenching!Sky Sports Rachel Wyse enlisted the services of none other than Marty Morrissey to help her complete her ice bucket challenge in Croke Park yesterday.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesHuge weekend lies ahead for Dublin Ladies Gaelic football, first up on Saturday (Aug 30th) our U16 team take on reigning champions Cork in the All-Ireland final.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesHuge weekend lies ahead for Dublin Ladies Gaelic football, first up on Saturday (Aug 30th) our U16 team take on reigning champions Cork
Sunday Game pundits hit out at absence of contingency planCiaran Whelan and Dermot Earley have accused the GAA of having little consideration for the players of Kerry and Mayo by fixing their All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay for the Gaelic Grounds.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Fellas just stood up. It was exhilarating to watch. We had guys who weren't just going to lose."
Ladies: Dubs down KingdomDUBLIN booked their place in another TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football semi-final as they disposed of Kerry at St. Brendan's Park in Birr in a dogged affair in decent conditions, with Sinead Aherne firing 0-8 for her side.
Kettle's 'wasteland' warning for GAADublin can put forward a 'strong case' to justify the funding they receive from Croke Park according to chairman Andy Kettle.
Camogie: All-Ireland final places up for grabs on SaturdayIt's a busy weekend at senior and premier junior level, while the junior A final also takes place.
TG4 All Ireland Quarter Final Teams NamedThere is plenty of action in the TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championships this weekend with quarter finals taking place in Senior and Intermediate grades and semi finals in the Junior grade.
McGuinness takes Donegal to Johnstown HouseIn the week that Donegal manager Jim McGuinness compared Dublin's financial backing to that of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, the Ulster champions are spending five days at a training camp.

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Can Dublin win back to back All Irelands?

Yes of course
No, back to back All Irelands are very rare these days
Maybe, Donegal and either Kerry or Mayo will be a tough road