Its a good read, don’t mention the pop up banner at the end that says 'thanks million for the clickthrough - Dinny! PS If only Beeko would click it I might be able to get that 45million euro yacht a couple of weeks early…
Excellent stuff again from laochra gael.
Very good documentary,TG4 don’t get enough credit
Ahh bollix completely slipped my mind
Think it’s repeated on Friday night thankfully
Loved it. Was very emotional and eye opening. Ppl got to see the other side of Dully…
It’s on the tg4 player , just streaming it now .
Had the pleasure of working with Dully for a few months when serving my apprenticeship. As sound and genuine a man you could ever meet. Fantastic footballer and passionate Gaa man.
That 78 minor team all look like bangers . Half of them look like at least 26!. The taches on them.
A great great man in every sense of the word
Great stuff, too young to remember seeing him play . Only took up the gaa at 13 ?
A legend on and off the field. Great memories of his fantastic goals against Kerry in '87 league final and Meath in '89 Leinster final.
Apart from the 83 thing I never actually thought he was considered ‘dirty’ by the rest of the country. I never saw it myself anyway. Bobby Doyle, just a little earlier, would have been far more fiery I would have thought. But I was always a big fan of Duff on the field. I think there should be a law saying Dublin should always play with at least one north county man😀.
Good comment above how we all judge players from other countries without knowing a thing about them.
Once again TG4 has done a tremendous job. Great documentary.
Hardy man. Dully.
Agree with all of the comments above about the quality of the programme last night, TG4 take a bow!
And Dully is a legend, plus a gent to boot. He trained our lads to a junior championship win in 1992, and then came back for a second time, when I had the pleasure of training under him.
2 of the best goals in Croker ( we’ll say nothing about the steps for the Meath goal ). The 87 league final was a terrific game as well.
Jaysus hadn’t seen Talty in years, had to do a double take, is all well with him?
Was it ever?
Was thinking the same hope Talty is well.
Duff was a great player, naturally for and great skill to boot. From what I recall a proud fingal man aswell.
Nice touch from tg4 to focus on Kierans best work. … as a dad. Topman and well worth looking at if you missed it.
No seriously, I don’t want to comment out of place, but was shocked when I seen him. I hope it’s noting sinister.
Is Talty doing a bit of work out in Abbottstown now?