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# Sean Cavanagh

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Sean Cavanagh looks set to play on for a 16th season with Tyrone
Cavanagh will turn 34 next year but he’s clearly still got unfinished business with the reigning Ulster champions.
Mickey Harte has 'no doubt' Sean Cavanagh will line out for Tyrone in 2017
Harte also commented on his relationship with the county board after they turned down his request for a one-year extension.
'It seems a shame that he would be victim to somebody else enticing him'
The dismissal of the Tyrone captain was a huge talking point in yesterday’s game.
'This is what we dream of' - Mickey Harte hails Tyrone's Ulster triumph
Harte praised the qualities of his players after they delivered a 14th Ulster title for the Red Hand.
Do you agree with the Leinster and Ulster final man-of-the-match winners?
Good news for Tyrone and Dublin players.
'It's scary how dominant they've been' - Cavanagh in awe of Jim Gavin's Dublin
Tyrone forward rates Dublin as one of the best teams to play the game.
'It was the first time my two kids were at the game, it was a real emotional feeling'
It was a special day for Sean Cavanagh at Croke Park over the weekend.
'I wouldn't have a problem with the blood testing, it's the time which can be frustrating'
Tyrone’s Sean Cavanagh believes timing is the main issue players have with current testing.
'Whenever it gets deeper down into family history, girlfriends and wives, it gets a bit malicious.'
Tyrone’s Sean Cavanagh on the issue of sledging in the GAA.
6 talking points ahead of Donegal and Tyrone's Ulster championship clash
A war of attrition is on the cards in Ballybofey
10 All-Ireland final survivors in Donegal team to face Tyrone
And there are four changes to the team beaten by Cork in the Allianz Football League Division 1 semi-final.
Tyrone look set to be without Sean Cavanagh for their championship opener against Donegal
The five-time All-Star appears doubtful for 17 May.
Tyrone now say Sean Cavanagh did not suffer a concussion on Saturday
Mickey Harte had said the Red Hand talisman had suffered a concussion during Tyrone’s defeat to Monaghan.
Tyrone retain the McKenna Cup after six-point win over Cavan
A terrific second-half comeback from Mickey Harte’s men ensured a fourth successive title.
The international rules squad enjoyed a day out at the beach today
All they were missing were a few buckets and spades.
9 footballers we'll miss not seeing in action for the rest of the GAA season
The All-Ireland quarter-finals start this weekend but some of the stars of 2014 will be watching on for August and September.
Sean Cavanagh beginning to feel a bit like Mario Balotelli and insists he'd never cheat
The Tyrone star cannot understand why he is the focus for so much criticism from RTÉ pundit Joe Brolly.
7 GAA stars gazed into the World Cup crystal ball and here's what they saw
Brogan, Breen, Cavanagh, Dillon, Goulding, Ó Curraoin and O’Sullivan tell us what they reckon will unfold.
Sean Cavanagh: 'If I go through on goal in the last five minutes, somebody's going to rip me down'
Cavanagh believes most inter-county players would have replicated his foul in last summer’s championship.
Cavanagh expects sanctions after 'nonsense' in Armagh Cavan parade brawl
Sunday’s Ulster championship quarter-final was marred by the scenes before throw-in.
Cavanagh rescues Tyrone to force draw with Down in five-goal Ulster opener
Mickey Harte’s side lost a seven-point lead during the second-half of today’s game in Omagh.
Sean Cavanagh and Ronan O'Neill hit the net as Tyrone crush Westmeath
Westmeath’s relegation woes deepened today.
Danny Sutcliffe's 'team talk' involves a heavy dose of the Mighty Ducks
Five GAA stars pitted their motivational skills against each other.
Flicks, flips and Davy Fitz:’s alternative sports awards
We’re just back from the trophy shop and have the Brasso and polishing cloth nearby.
12 controversies that hit the headlines during the 2013 GAA season
Featuring Sean Cavanagh’s tackle, Joe Brolly’s reaction and Hawkeye being stood down.
Wave The White Flag – 15 of the best Gaelic football points in 2013
Michael Murphy, Stephen O’Neill, Sean Cavanagh, Andy Moran and Ger Brennan all struck brilliant points this year.
9 of Tyrone's best sporting moments in 2013
Sean Cavanagh, Darren Clarke and Damian Casey all feature as we review The Red Hand County’s 2013.
Tyrone official blasts RTÉ and Brolly for ‘scathing and venomous’ comments
Tyrone county secretary highly critical of RTÉ for allowing Joe Brolly’s outbursts.
Here are the top five points of the 2013 football championship
Tyrone, Monaghan, Mayo and Dublin all have entries.
McManus on THAT Cavanagh tackle - 'You move on and you can laugh at it now'
The Monaghan and Tyrone player are teammates on the Irish squad that faces Australia next Saturday night in the International Rules.
‘Eglish have disrespected the competition’ – Sean Cavanagh
The Tyrone forward was left disappointed by how the club of Cormac McAnallan have acted this weekend.
Check out this brilliant parody of The Sunday Game panel
Featuring some impressive impersonations of several of the GAA’s most renowned pundits.
Mark McHugh and Conor McManus think cynical fouling should result in a red card
The duo believe players won’t mind taking a black card if it’s near the end of the game.
‘Sean Cavanagh told me if I had stayed on my feet, none of this would have happened’
Dermot Carlin was standing on Hill 16 when Tyrone lifted Sam in 2005. Now he wants to make up for that missed opportunity.
Cynicism controversy frustrating for Harte but can't undermine Tyrone's achievements
Cavanagh incident ‘unsavoury’, Tyrone boss Mickey Harte admits, but claims other cynical incidents swept under the rug.
Stevie O’Neill: If you need siege mentality to motivate you, something’s wrong
Tyrone football back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons but O’Neill says the players are focused on their task.
The new Sean Cavanagh song is so bad it's good
You’ll be singing along in no time.
Monaghan’s Owen Lennon on that Cavanagh tackle: ‘Every player wants to do whatever it takes to win’
The Farney skipper has ‘no regrets’ despite crashing out against Tyrone in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
'Sean Cavanagh is a tremendous role model' - Séamus Hickey
The Limerick hurler said that no player should ever be “singled out” for cynical fouling.
'Joe Brolly is speaking absolute nonsense' - Peter Canavan
He also dismissed claims that cynical fouling was being “systematically coached” as untrue.