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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Paddy Christie

This year
# Looking Back
'Everybody wished me well' - A transfer to Kilmacud Crokes that ended in All-Ireland glory
Former Longford footballer Brian Kavanagh played in the 2009 final against Crossmaglen.
Last year
# Paddy Christie
Longford boss: Inter-county managers should see benefits of Sigerson
Paddy Christie is balancing his role in charge of Longford and DCU.
# Paddy Christie
The Dub closing in on Longford senior job after 'having a shot' at Mayo coaching ticket
Paddy Christie has been recommended to take over as the new manager of the Longford footballers.
# Manager Movement
Westmeath on hunt for new football boss and Dublin's Christie set for Longford job
Jack Cooney will pursue a role with the GAA at national level.
# Division 4 FL
Tipperary selector Paddy Christie plays down division 4 fixturing concerns
The final round of Division 4 football league fixtures will not take place at the same time.
# The42 Reads
The college competitions debate: what do players want and how can we make that a reality?
We surveyed players and spoke to managers, the GAA and the GPA to see what can be done to resolve the challenge with college competitions.
All time
# David Power
Munster winning boss to stay with Tipp footballers for new three-year term
David Power guided Tipperary to Munster senior glory in November 2020.
# Let Christie take it
Tipp underage managerial appointments for James Woodlock and Paddy Christie
Woodlock takes charge of the minor hurlers, with Christie set to oversee the county’s U20 footballers.
# Breakthrough
'There have been dark days over the years' - similarities between Tipp and Ballymun success stories
Paddy Christie has witnessed the rise in fortunes of his home club and adopted county.
# Hitting Out
'The sad thing is that when it comes to obesity, we’re creators of our own downfall'
Former Dublin football captain Paddy Christie has accused the Government of contributing to the obesity epidemic currently gripping the country.
# Stat attack
Number crunching: Inside the world of Dublin football's stats man Ray Boyne
Boyne is a key member of Jim Gavin’s backroom team.
# clubmates
'On the pitch he sometimes goes beyond the line, you're not going to intimidate him'
Paddy Christie has followed the career of Ballymun Kickhams clubmate and Dublin star Philly McMahon at close quarters.
# Dubs Day
Dubs down brave Wexford to book their place in Leinster MFC semis
Goals from Dillon Keating (2) and John Kindlon fired the Dubs to a six-point win, while Meath beat Louth in Drogheda.
# Analysis
Talking Points: Ballymun Kickhams 1-12 Kilmacud Crokes 0-14, Dublin SFC final
Here are some of the areas of debate that emerged from last night’s decider in the capital.