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Mickey Harte and Brian Cody publishing their autobiographies

Two of the most successful managers of the past decade, Mickey Harte (Tyrone) and Brian Cody (Kilkenny), are to launch their autobiographies in early autumn.

Sammon makes the right call

Liam Sammon owes Galway football nothing. That fact is crystal clear. On the contrary, he has given the county wonderful commitment and service over the past 40 years in various different roles, and hopefully he will continue to do so for another decade in a coaching capacity.

Kernan oversees first Galway game

New Galway manager Joe Kernan takes charge of his first football match on Sunday when last year’s FBD winning side take on the Exiles in New York.

Join past and present football stars in Tuam

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Galway’s Padraic Joyce, former All-Star Michael Donnellan, and a host of national football greats such as Kerry’s Seamus Moynihan, Armagh’s All-Ireland winning captain and current Kildare manager Kieran McGeeney, Kildare’s Glen Ryan, Anthony Rainbow, John Divilly David Heaney, Derek Savage, Conor Mortimer, Paul Clancy, Richie Fahey, and Maurice Sheridan will all be in action this Saturday at Tuam Stadium at 3pm when they take on the current Galway football panel in a charity game.

Successful GAA consultant to run ‘coaching the coach’ workshop in Mullingar

The man Tyrone manager Mickey Harte describes as “my mentor” has established his own workshop in Mullingar aimed at club managers and coaches.

Leading sport officials to front amateur managers and administration conference

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Kerry’s All-Ireland winning manager, Jack O’Connor, Prof Aidan Moran (former official psychologist to the Irish Olympic Squad) and IRFU director of fitness, Dr Liam Hennessy, will be among the star attractions at a special sports conference that will provide an insight into the methods of some of Ireland’s top managers.

Footballers cruise to first win of the season

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Joe Kernan set out on his 2010 voyage with the Galway footballers last Sunday in Tuam stadium with an easy six-points win over a disjointed Sligo outfit in the FBD league.

 

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