But we're going to remind you anyway!
Sorry about that. In case you haven't heard, the Mayo players have got their way after Noel Connelly and Pat Holmes announced this evening that they are stepping down from their roles as joint-managers.
The pressure will now really be on the players to prove that they are capable of winning an All-Ireland and they don't have to look too far to see how it can all go horribly wrong. As Kieran Cunningham points out, the Mayo player revolt in 1992 didn't end well.
Players forced manager out in Mayo in '92 after winning Connacht and losing All-Ire semi to eventual champs. Beaten in '93 semi by 20 points
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) October 2, 2015