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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Brian Dooher

This year
# Manager Reaction
"Once you put the word 'championship' before a game it means something"
Corey delighted with the bravery of his team both young and old
# Ulster Championship
'Maybe there was a little over-excess on the highs. You have got to expect the lows then'
‘Transition can sound like an excuse,’ believes Tyrone boss ahead of Monaghan clash.
All time
# Leaders
RTÉ reveal nominees for 2021 Manager of the Year award
The winner will be announced on Saturday.
# caught red handed
Familiar faces have pushed Kieran McGeary into Footballer of the Year frame
‘I was just so excited when I heard they were coming in, it just gives you a lift again.’
# Brian Dooher
A Tyrone great on the sideline, first season bounce and 'phenomenal' Mayo
After three All-Ireland medal wins as a player, Brian Dooher faces into a final as Tyrone manager.
# Tyrone
Brian Dooher: 'There’s been a kind of a slant here, we’ve tried to pull a fast one'
Tyrone booked their place in the All-Ireland final with an extra-time success over Kerry.
# Red Hand
Brian Dooher: 'That's ultimately Croke Park's decision, that's not our decision'
Covid-hit Tyrone say they cannot field a team next week.
# shrouded in doubt
With only half of panel training, Brian Dooher says Tyrone may be unable to fulfil Kerry semi-final
Tyrone are seeking a further postponement to allow their players fully recover from the virus.
# In The Hotseat
New Tyrone bosses 'hope to espouse a lot of Mickey's values' and highly-rated coach returns
Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher have paid tributes to outgoing Tyrone boss Mickey Harte.
# Two-man job
Tyrone appoint Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher to take charge of senior side
The pair will succeed Mickey Harte for a three-year term.
# Red Hands Rule
Tyrone All-Ireland U21 winning management team of famous football faces steps down
Feargal Logan, Peter Canavan and Brian Dooher have called time on their tenure.
# Cruel Memories
''I was walking off thinking 'Holy God, I’m the first Armagh player to get sent off in an All-Ireland final''
A controversial moment occurred during Tyrone’s maiden All-Ireland SFC title victory.
# Team news
Tyrone make 2 changes ahead of Down clash
Ronan McNabb replaces Tiernan McCann, while Patrick McNeice is back in for Mark Donnelly.
# New Job
Brian Dooher to be involved in Tyrone U21 management team
Dooher won three All-Ireland senior medals as a player with the county.
# Red Hands
21 signs you're a sports fan from Tyrone
Peter The Great, Dennis Taylor’s glasses, Kelly’s Inn and More Power to Your Elbow.
# Tribute
Brian Dooher: A career in pictures
As the Tyrone legend announces his retirement from inter-county football, we look back at his illustrious career.
# Blonde ambition
Back in the red: Mulligan returns to Tyrone fold
Cookstown man has been persuaded to re-join the panel ahead of Armagh showdown.
# Michaela
Michaela McAreavey to be laid to rest today
Michaela McAreavey, the daughter of Tyrone football manager Mickey Harte, will be laid to rest in Co Tyrone today.