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Paul Galvin Responds To Talk Of Backlash In Wexford Camp

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Paul Galvin has responded to reports that he was close to losing the Wexford dressing room following his decision to drop two senior players weeks after taking over as manager.   The four-time All-Ireland winner was appointed manager in August much to everybody’s surprise. While the senior hurlers’ fortunes have taken an upturn in recent seasons, the Wexford footballers have struggled …

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Paul Galvin: I Don’t See Myself As A Conventional GAA Manager

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Kerry legend Paul Galvin believes he will slot comfortably into his first senior inter-county management role with Wexford. The four-time All Ireland winner was nominated by the Senior Football Management Selection Committee during the week and will be officially ratified in the position on a two-year term at a meeting of the Wexford County Board next month. In a statement, …

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Paul Galvin Named New Wexford Manager

Former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin has been named as the new Wexford manager subject to ratification at the County Board meeting next month. According to a report from South East radio, Galvin will take over the role and backroom team will be confirmed subject to his successful ratification. Galvin, who has become somewhat of a fashion icon since his retirement, …

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Much Loved GAA Show ‘Underdogs’ Returns To TG4 Tonight

One of TG4’s most loved GAA shows, ‘Underdogs’ returns to our TV screens tonight following a 10-year absence. Kerry star, Kieran Donaghy has often credited the show for him breaking on to the inter-county panel. He featured on the 2004 series, as did Cork’s Pearse O’Neill with both going on to win All Ireland medals with their respective counties. 'Underdogs' …

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Kerry’s Highly-Anticipated New Away Jersey Has Divided Opinion

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Kerry played in their new away jersey in Castlebar on Saturday night, as the waiting public finally go the chance to see the highly-anticipated kit for the first time. In a radical departure from last year’s blue effort, the Kingdom will this year be on the road in a gold jersey, designed by Paul Galvin, to commemorate 130 years of …

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Former Footballer Of The Year Backs Colm Cooper In Testimonial Row

TG4 All-Ireland Club Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 11/2/2017 Corofin vs Dr. Crokes Colm Cooper of Dr. Crokes Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tom Beary

Colm Cooper’s testimonial dinner has got a lot of people talking as the unprecedented fundraiser has upset a lot of the GAA top brass. During the week, outgoing Director-General of the Association Paraic Duffy left it in no uncertain terms – the GAA were not supporting the event. He said: “I’m very clear on this, our organisation does not want testimonials. …

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Paul Galvin Settling Into New Club Life With Brogans Just Right

Paul Galvin is settling into life with his new club in Dublin, St. Oliver Plunkett’s Eoghan Ruadh, comfortably on and off the field.  On Thursday night, Plunkett’s defeated Ballyboden St. Enda’s at Parnell Park, knocking the 2016 All Ireland champions out at the first round of the Dublin SFC, on a scoreline of 2-10 to 0-13. Bernard Brogan was the …

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Bernard Brogan Welcomes And Warns New Clubmate Paul Galvin

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Final 18/9/2011 Dublin vs Kerry Bernard Brogan of Dublin with Paul Galvin of Kerry Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Former Kerry star Paul Galvin togged out this morning for his new Dublin club, St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh. The 37 year-old picked up four All-Ireland titles throughout a glittered career with the Kingdom, and he will now represent a major addition to the Dublin giants. One of the club’s most famous sons was quick to both welcome and warn Galvin …

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GAA: Are Key Players Being Targeted?

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 6/8/2016 Dublin vs Donegal Dublin's Diarmuid Connolly is sent off by Referee Ciaran Branagan Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

The red cards acquired by Diarmuid Connolly and Sean Cavanagh last weekend added more fuel to this GAA fire. The cricket term ‘sledging’, along with more vocal and physical provocation is being highlighted more and more in GAA, so we have decided to discuss the issue further.  The first basic thing to raise is the issue of key players being targeted by …

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Should Paul Galvin Start For Kerry Against Cork

Kerry take on Cork next Saturday For many GAA fans, Paul Galvin is a bit like Marmite. People either love him or loath him, as his off field interest in fashion seems to be contrary to the masculine persona some expect GAA players to hold. Although his personality can be off putting, his footballing ability has never been in doubt. His …

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Paul Galvin To Launch Range Of Denim Inspired GAA Gear

Ever wanted to feel the rough chafing of Denim shorts on your upper thigh as you tear through the opposition’s half-back line? Well, now you can thanks to Paul Galvin.  The Kerryman has today announced the launch of a series of “Denim infused” GAA gear that takes its inspiration from the heady days of double denim. Famous Hip Hop artists …

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Here Are Five Other Successful GAA Retirement U-Turns

As the whole GAA world now knows, Paul Galvin is back. We all thought we had seen the end of one of the GAA’s most talked-about stars, but he’s back. Retirement u-turns have been seen to work with Kerry footballers before, so we decided to look at a number of players that have returned from retirement successfully.  ___________________________________________________________________ 1. Brian …

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