When the Dublin footballers continuously speak about the ‘culture’ that Pat Gilroy changed and established and that Jim Gavin then perfected, they rarely go into detail while knowing the secret of winning and Gavin was in the detail.
All-Ireland football winners Frank McGlynn of Donegal and Dublin’s Eoghan O’Gara have called time on their inter-county careers.
Dublin legend Tony Hanahoe spoke to Michael Moynihan on football in the capital, why he doesn’t favour professionalism, and remembering the late Anton O’Toole.
Dublin forward Ciaran Kilkenny is looking forward to a summer of fun riding the blue wave.
Not for the first time, Gavin referred to a specific question in a general sense but is not ruling anything in or out for the St Vincent’s man.
The GAA world yesterday began to pay its respects to Dublin football great Anton O’Toole, 68, following his death after a 15-month battle with cancer.
Four-time All-Ireland SFC winner Anton O'Toole has died, aged 68.
They say no-one knows the son quite like the father, though it must be getting increasingly difficult for the elders of Dublin football to identify with their sons’ remarkable achievements.
A republic this may be, but there was a royal funeral in Ventry yesterday — footballing royalty but royalty nonetheless, the funeral of Rí an Ríocht, Páidí Ó Sé.
He’s never gone for the media circus but Anton O’Toole is as passionate about Dublin football now as he was playing in six consecutive finals in the seventies.
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