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No Tyrone Men In Owen Mulligan’s Team Of The Decade

Tyrone legend Owen Mulligan has named his Gaelic Football Team of the Decade, however, no players from his county are included. Mulligan, a Paddy Power GAA ambassador, has named nine Dublin stars in his Team of the Decade while there are two representatives each from Mayo and Donegal. The final two slots are taken by Kerry and Monaghan. As well …

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“Tyrone Will Be Waiting For Them In The Long Grass”

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Tyrone may have beaten Dublin at the weekend but all anybody is talking about is the half-time brawl that took place as both teams headed down the tunnel in Healy Park.  The All-Ireland champions headed north as heavy favourites as despite being run close by both Monaghan and Donegal in previous weeks, Dessie Farrell’s side went into round five unbeaten. …

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Mulligan: County Teams Should Learn From Barcelona’s Cynicism

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Owen Mulligan has weighed in on the debate surrounding the controversial red card David Clifford received in Kerry’s Allianz Football League loss to Tyrone last weekend. The Kerry captain was given his marching orders by referee Fergal Kelly after being hauled to the ground by Tyrone substitute Ben McDonnell. The incident was caught on camera, sparking outrage across the country. …

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“What Would They Have Preferred Hearing – Incy Wincy Spider?”

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Owen Mulligan has defended the Tyrone players after footage was shared of them singing rebel songs following their win over Cavan last weekend.  The All-Ireland winner described the incident, which has bee condemned both north and south of the border, as “just lads having craic”. The Paddy Power columnist thinks the whole situation has been blown out of proportion. “The …

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It’s Newbridge or Nowhere For Mickey Harte This Weekend

Tyrone travel to Newbridge this weekend for their crunch Round 3 qualifier clash with Kildare in an intriguing encounter that could go either way given the current form of both sides.  Mickey Harte’s men had four points to spare over Longford last weekend while Kildare travelled to Belfast and came away with a big win over a plucky Antrim outfit. …

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Owen Mulligan: London Camp On The Same Level As Tyrone

The All-Ireland Championship kicks into gear this weekend when London welcome Galway to McGovern Park, Ruislip, for the quarter-final of the Connacht Senior Football Championship. It’s a tough ask for London taking on last year’s All-Ireland semi-finalists with former player, Owen Mulligan, admitting as much. However, the Tyrone legend was adamant in his assessment that there is no difference between …

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Owen Mulligan: One-Match Ban For Donie Smith Not Good Enough

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One of the big talking points following Round 1 of this year’s Allianz Football League was Roscommon forward Donie Smith’s alleged eye-gouge on Mayo defender, Keith Higgins.  Whilst it wasn’t the first incident of its kind on a GAA field, the grimace across Smith’s face as he drove his finger into the eye of Higgins failed to paint a pretty …

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Mulligan: Canavan Will Stay Grounded Despite ‘Exceptional’ Talent

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Tyrone legend, Owen Mulligan says up and coming talent, Darragh Canavan, will remain grounded despite his prolific rise.  Darragh, son of Peter Canavan, burst onto the inter-county scene last year when he starred for the U17 side, scoring 1-03 against Roscommon alone. He made his senior debut off the bench in the McKenna Cup earlier this month. Mulligan has been …

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Owen Mulligan: “Jonny Cooper Is The Sergio Ramos of Dublin”

Former Tyrone star, Owen Mulligan has praised the role “match winner” Jonny Cooper plays for Dublin as he admits that no team are close to concocting a game plan that will beat the All Ireland champions.  The Paddy Power GAA ambassador and columnist believes every team needs a defender who plays the game on the “edge”, comparing him to controversial …

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Owen Mulligan On Harte Effect: “He Makes You Feel 10-Foot Tall”

Former Tyrone player, Owen Mulligan believes Mickey Harte will have Tyrone’s young players full prepared for the All Ireland final on Sunday against Dublin. The Paddy Power GAA ambassador and columnist with Paddy Power News, was involved with the winning squads in 2003, ’05 and 08 and while it has been 10 years since their last final appearance, he does not …

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No Surprise Return To Tyrone Squad For Conor McKenna

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Conor McKenna will not be making a surprise appearance for Tyrone in the All Ireland final against Dublin on Sunday, according to his club secretary. McKenna is currently with AFL club, Essendon for whom he has made 18 appearances and is due to return to Ireland ahead of Sunday’s final. Rumours were rife that the 22-year-old would make an appearance for …

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Owen Mulligan On Dublin: “You Have To Get In Their Faces”

Three-time All-Ireland winning footballer Owen Mulligan shares his views ahead of this weekend’s All-Ireland final when Tyrone will attempt to put a halt to Dublin’s winning streak in this year’s All-Ireland football final at Croke Park.   The Paddy Power GAA ambassador and columnist with Paddy Power News famously played a part in doing just that when he scored one of …

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Owen Mulligan Identifies Key Dublin Weakness Tyrone Must Exploit

Former Tyrone player, Owen Mulligan has identified a key weakness in the Dublin defence that he believes Tyrone must exploit if they are to have any chance of winning the Sam Maguire cup in Sunday’s final.  The two sides have already met this summer, in the second round of the Super 8s in Omagh with the Dubs emerging with a three-point victory. …

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