Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly has spoken openly for the first time about the online abuse he received after they were defeated in the 2016 All-Ireland final.
The game took place in the middle of the great Dublin-Mayo rivalry, and the 2016 final was ultimately decided following a replay.
Unfortunately for Mayo they came up short, by just one point.
For the Breaffy clubman it was particularly tough, as during the game he conceded a penalty and received a black card.
In the aftermath of the heart-breaking loss, his disappointment was compounded further by the storm of abuse he was subjected to online.
After the online attacks, the 32-year-old restricted his social media use to protect himself.
Rob Hennelly joined Michael D McAndrew on Sunday Sport to discuss the online abuse eight years on.