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Charlie - The Story Of Charlie Gallagher GAA's Fallen Icon

Charlie - The Story Of Charlie Gallagher GAA's Fallen Icon
In 'Charlie,' Anglo Celt Sports Editor and well-known national journalist Paul Fitzpatrick talks to family, teammates and friends of the former Breffni star to compile one of the most compelling biographies of a sport start in recent times.
Our Price: €14.99
ISBN/EAN9781999830694
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Pub. Date: October 3 2019
Author: FITZPATRICK, PAUL
Format: Paperback
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Cavan's Charlie Gallagher was the George Best of his day in the swinging sixties - good looking, talented and worshipped by GAA fans all over Ireland for his prodigious scoring ability. A scholar with style, he was a graduate of UCD and dressed in sharp suits and drove a red Sunbeam Rapier, a sports car.

Like the Manchester United idol, away from the arena, Charlie faced many varied challenges which followed him to his untimely death in 1989 – 30 years ago this year.
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