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Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

Gaelic Football is an amateur sport, so there are no professional players.

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