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# Micko

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'Legend' and 'The greatest' - tributes pour in after brilliant Mick O'Dwyer documentary
A look at the life and times of the Kerry GAA legend aired last night
'He'd smile, wink at you and say a little comment about a lad: 'He won't be here in a few weeks''
Leighton Glynn tells The42 about Mick O’Dwyer’s savage wire-to-wire training, International Rules trips and winning 20 senior county medals.
Quiz: As Gaelic football's greatest manager turns 80, how well do you know Micko?
Happy birthday to Mick O’Dwyer, who turns 80 today.
Mick O'Dwyer on 3 great years with Laois and why 'Kerry will be there or thereabouts'
Micko thinks that Laois are unfairly criticised, and that Eamon Fitzmaurice is doing a great job with Kerry.
Munster to bring former lock Mick O'Driscoll into coaching set-up next season
The 35-year-old Cork man will come on board as a ‘Technical Advisor’ to new head coach Anthony Foley.
Kerry's Mick O'Dwyer among four legends inducted to GAA Hall of Fame
Pat McGrath of Waterford, Kilkenny’s Noel Skehan and former Sligo footballer Michael Kearins are the others honoured.
POLL: What was Mick O'Dwyer's greatest managerial achievement?
The Waterville native has overseen the fortunes of Kerry, Kildare, Laois, Wicklow and Clare.
15 pictures that capture Mick O'Dwyer's legendary management career
The Waterville native guided the inter-county fortunes of Kerry, Kildare, Laois, Wicklow and Clare.
Stepping Down – 15 GAA managers who called it a day in 2013
Mick O’Dwyer, Kieran McGeeney, John Allen and Conor Counihan were amongst those who handed in the Bainisteoir bibs in 2013.
Divisions 3 & 4 FL: Wins for Meath, Sligo, Limerick and Clare
Meath and Sligo were victorious in Division 3, while in the bottom tier Limerick beat promotion rivals Offaly, and Clare defeated Leitrim.