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Tyrone boss Brian Dooher’s reputation off the field has been honed in the same way as he created it on the field

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Tyrone joint-managers Feargal Logan, right, and Brian Dooher celebrate after the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final match between Kerry and Tyrone at Croke Park in Dublin

Tyrone joint-managers Feargal Logan, right, and Brian Dooher celebrate after the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final match between Kerry and Tyrone at Croke Park in Dublin

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Tyrone joint-managers Feargal Logan, right, and Brian Dooher celebrate after the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final match between Kerry and Tyrone at Croke Park in Dublin

Next weekend Tyrone will be playing in the All-Ireland Final and I’ll be supporting them.

I think all Ulster Gaels should, be but they won’t. There are many who will use a romantic excuse to cheer for Mayo. I can see through them and so too will Tyrone people. Mayo are worthy of the Sam Maguire, but since the famous ‘curse’ of 1951, they have always fallen short. In recent years they have stumbled at the final hurdle so many times it’s heart-breaking.


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