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Eoghan Corry



Eoghan Corry is a writer and columnist. He is author of eight books on
boxing, soccer and GAA history, storylined the GAA museum in Croke Park and
is former sports editor of the Sunday Tribune newspaper, MacNamee award
winner, sports journalist of the year and lecturer on journalism at DIT.

Hachette Books Ireland

I'm Glad You Asked Me That

Eoghan Corry
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Eoghan Corry
Hachette Books Ireland

The Nation Holds Its Breath

Eoghan Corry
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Eoghan Corry

JACK CHARLTON; NIALL QUINN; JOHNNY GILES; GEORGE BEST; EAMON DUNPHY; LIAM BRADY; GEORGE HAMILTON; ROY KEANE; RAY HOUGHTON; PAUL MCGRATH; NORMAN WHITESIDE Ireland's soccer players may never have won the World Cup, but they have never been off the podium when it comes to the wit and eloquence of the banter that follows the game. In The Nation Holds Its Breath, Eoghan Corry celebrates the folklore of footlore, where the words of players, managers, referees, journalists and commentators are interspersed with the observations of some notable outsiders who have marvelled at the fact that, win or lose on the field, you will never beat the Irish.'I don't think some of the people who come to Old Trafford can spell football, never mind understand it.' ROY KEANE 'And Bonner has gone 165 minutes of these championships without conceding a goal. Oh danger here' GEORGE HAMILTON

Hachette Books Ireland

The GAA Book of Lists

Eoghan Corry
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Eoghan Corry
Hachette Books Ireland

God and the Referee: Unforgettable GAA Quotations

Eoghan Corry
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Eoghan Corry

In God and the Referee, Eoghan Corry takes the most memorable words written or spoken about the GAA and amasses them into a treasury of the great and the good.Grouped into twenty-five sections, God and the Referee covers the full expanse of the GAA from players and coaches, journalists and commentators, balladeers and mentors - and from the many hurlers on the ditch who know the game better than anyone.This collection of over 1,000 of the most memorable GAA quotations will amuse and absorb readers, collecting together the unforgettable, outstanding, brilliant words of those GAA greats who have enlivened and brightened Ireland's national sports.