The relatively surprising resignation of Jim Gavin as Dublin senior football manager in late 2019 provided the GAA community as a collective with an opportunity to both reflect on Jim Gavin’s exceptional legacy and understand his critical role in the facilitation of Dublin’s dominance and the rise of players who have become icons within their sport.
Thu, 09 Jan, 2020
First some cupboard tidying. Dublin manager Jim Gavin didn’t only scoff afterwards at reports that Jason Sherlock had left his management set-up – he encouraged anyone yet to watch the “excellent” Jayo documentary, purportedly central to his ‘departure’, to do so.
Sun, 10 Feb, 2019
Dublin footballers continue to be somewhat of a quandary for everybody outside the capital, don’t they? It’s like people are torn between really appreciating what they’re doing through their incredible domination of the competition, or utterly despising it because of the obvious advantages they have enjoyed getting there, writes
Tue, 14 Aug, 2018
For a media working off morsels to understand what really makes Jim Gavin tick, his keynote presentation at the HPX High Performance Conference back in October, when everyone from Maslow to Mandela to MLK got a mention, was rightly considered revelatory.
Mon, 06 Nov, 2017
Tue, 19 Jan, 2016
Cian O’Sullivan may have been helped off the field after Dublin’s semi-final replay victory over Mayo last Sunday, but Jim Gavin was bullish yesterday about the centre-back’s prospects of facing Kerry in the All-Ireland final.
Thu, 10 Sep, 2015