What is it that makes a successful Gaelic soccer manager? Is it success as a past player, man management skills, or, in more recent times, a knowledge and understanding of tactics, systems, and game-plans? Daire Whelan traces the evolution and development of Gaelic soccer as seen through the eyes of the game's most influential and successful managers and teams, including the Down 1960s Revolution, the Heffernan-O'Dwyer years, as well as the rise of Ulster counties, and Kerry's challenge to stick to its traditions in the face of the modern game.
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Daire Whelan is a writer and producer. The author of two previous non-fiction books, his journalism has appeared in the "Dubliner," "Irish Times," and "Sunday Tribune." Formerly a producer with Newstalk, RTE, and Setanta, he was also launch editor of Joe.ie and currently runs his own digital media company, LastCast Media.
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Book Description Hachette Books Ireland, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Shipped from the UK within 2 business days of order being placed. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000030689