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Northern Ireland players and fans visit Joey Dunlop memorial in Estonia [Photos]

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas at the memoria. Credit: William Cherry/Presseye
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas at the memoria. Credit: William Cherry/Presseye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior menÕs manager Michael OÕNeill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. OÕNeill laid yellow flowers at the memorial Ð Joey famously wore a yellow helmet Ð while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last nightÕs UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland -9 June 2019 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Northern Ireland senior men’s manager Michael O’Neill, assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl and midfielder Stuart Dallas visited the Joey Dunlop memorial near Tallinn today to pay their respects to the Northern Ireland motorcycle ace. Dunlop was killed when he crashed in a road race staged on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000. O’Neill laid yellow flowers at the memorial – Joey famously wore a yellow helmet – while Dallas, a road racing fan who idolised Dunlop as a kid, laid his shirt from last night’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Estonia and Northern Ireland in Tallinn at the site.

The Northern Ireland football team and fans have visited the memorial to road racing legend Joey Dunlop in Estonia to pay their respects.

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