# Jim Gavin

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# walls of fame
'It's so much more than just a picture on a wall' - When sport becomes art
A walking tour of sports-related street art in Dublin.
Directly elected mayor for Dublin could be a 'dog's dinner' unless proper planning takes place
The former Taoiseach said a “ten-year plan where we start building up the federal system would be great” and “putting in a mayor at the start of that might be won’t work”.
# Dublin Mayor
Citizens’ Assembly on directly elected Dublin Mayor holds first in-person meeting
The Assembly will examine the potential benefits and challenges of a directly elected Mayor for Dublin
Jim Gavin and Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin will chair new Citizens' Assemblies
The Taoiseach announced the high-profile appointments today.
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# good reads
Jim Gavin, blind football and the rest of the week's best sportswriting
A selection of our favourite reads from the past seven days.
'We're only one rule away from the game becoming like Australian Rules' - Jim Gavin
The former Dublin boss was speaking on the JC DC Am Seo Podcast.
# Shock
'So, says Jim, you’re travelling on Saturday. I nearly fall off the chair. ‘What?!’'
Bernard Brogan describes the run-up to last year’s All-Ireland final.
# Dessie Farrell
'It was probably more out of respect to Jim' - from ruling out Dublin senior job to getting set for All-Ireland final
Dessie Farrell has taken over from Jim Gavin and is set for his first senior final in charge of Dublin.
# Moving On
'It's not a manager's role to talk a player in or out of anything' - Jim Gavin on McCaffrey's Dublin exit
The former Sky Blues boss expects the Clontarf flyer to thrive as he concentrates on club football.
# Interview
From radio reporter to head coach - the rise of Dubliner Lisa Fallon
The new London City Lionesses boss on working under Jim Gavin, breaking barriers in football and the start of a new adventure in England.
# Down memory lane
'To be part of that is really special' - 10 years on from a pivotal Dublin Donegal All-Ireland final
Senior managers and players emerged from the All-Ireland U21 final played on this day in 2010.
# Good Times
'He was the most important person in my life outside of my family for seven years'
Jack McCaffrey says former Dublin manager Jim Gavin left a massive impact on him.
# reflections
Gavin admits to feeling 'sadness' as he steps away from Dublin job
The outgoing boss has today reflected on his absurdly successful tenure.
# New Era
Dublin appoint Dessie Farrell as new senior football manager
The 1995 All-Ireland winner takes over from Jim Gavin.
# No regrets
'It was best to allow the team the space to grow again' - Gavin reveals reasons for Dublin exit
The former Dublin manager was speaking after being named Signify Sports Manager of the Year 2019.
# New Era
Jim Gavin's successor as Dublin manager expected to be named next week
The All-Ireland five-in-a-row winning boss stepped down on Saturday.
# looking ahead
What the timing of Gavin's exit tells us and the challenge facing his successor
Some veterans may follow him into the sunset, but the core of the team is young enough to continue dominating.
# Looking Forward
'I fully expect Dublin to play better next year' - Brolly on life after Gavin
The Round Towers clubman stepped down as manager today.
# Up next
Who is in the frame to become the next Dublin senior football boss?
Some high-profile names are being suggested as a replacement for Jim Gavin.
# Looking Back
In pics: Jim Gavin's best moments as Dublin manager
The five-in-a-row-winning boss stepped down today.
# History Maker
Quiet man Gavin leaves a legacy that will echo for years
The outgoing Dublin manager has transformed expectations within the county and beyond.
# End of an era
Jim Gavin steps down as Dublin manager
He led the county to a historic fifth successive All-Ireland title earlier this year.
# the homecoming
1,000 free tickets to be released for joint reception for Dublin's All-Ireland champions
Merrion Square hosts Sunday’s homecoming celebration.
# Dublin GAA
Dublin City Council ratifies decision to award freedom of the city to Jim Gavin
The move was proposed by the Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul McAuliffe.
# up the dubs
Free tickets available as Merrion Square hosts reception for Dublin's All-Ireland champions
There will be live performances from from Keywest, Eoin Thomas and The Rising Sons this weekend.
# the best of all time
'You say it's permanent? Yeah, it's permanent' - The true legacy of Dublin's five in a row
The Dubs have done what was considered impossible for more than a century. So what does it mean to them? And what does it mean to everybody else?
# tradition
In pictures: All-Ireland champions Dublin visit children's hospitals with Sam Maguire
One of the GAA’s best traditions was maintained today.
# men for ten?
Jim Gavin says he'll 'sit down with the county board and review' position over coming weeks
The Dubs boss says now is not the time for decisions and he’ll reflect on things in good time.
# Number One
'He inspires people around him, Stephen is well able to talk, he’s very articulate'
Jim Gavin hailed the Dublin captain and his team-mates for their role in tonight’s success.
# goalkeepers union
‘Stephen’s a good, noble character. It’s no surprise that he’s still playing at this level at nearly 38’
All-Ireland winning goalkeeper in 2013 Shane Supple on working closely with Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton.
# Tribute To Jim
'It would be a testament to what I see as the greatest manager of all time' - Praise for Gavin
Dublin ladies football boss Mick Bohan hails the impact made by Jim Gavin.
# Round Two
What are the key selection issues facing Dublin and Kerry before Saturday's replay?
Jim Gavin and Peter Keane have plenty to ponder before their second All-Ireland showdown.
# Number One
Dublin boss on their goalkeeper leader - 'He’s just a phenomenal player for us'
Stephen Cluxton made a couple of stunning saves for Dublin in yesterday’s All-Ireland football decider.
# Seeing Red
'That happens in games, some days you get those calls and some days you don’t'
Jim Gavin on Jonny Cooper’s first-half red card for Dublin.
# Flying the flag
'I've lost some great friends - pilots in aviation accidents. Life can be very fickle'
How his military career shaped Jim Gavin the manager.
# squad goals
'If Diarmuid being back in helps us to get over the line to win an All-Ireland, I think that’s what they understand'
Tomás Quinn on the intense competition for places within the Dublin football squad.
# usual suspects
The Dublin big four that tore Mayo to shreds in 12 minutes of madness
Ciaran Kilkenny, Con O’Callaghan, Brian Fenton and Paul Mannion all played major roles for the Dubs yesterday.
# Connolly's Comeback
Jim Gavin: 'I think Diarmuid loves Dublin and we love him'
Dublin’s talismanic forward Diarmuid Connolly returned to action yesterday.
# Super 8s
No Connolly but Brogan makes bench as Gavin names Dublin team for Roscommon clash
Jim Gavin’s men are aiming to build on last weekend’s 13-point victory against Cork.
# Key Man
McCarthy's knee injury of major concern as Dublin look to Super 8s
James McCarthy left Croke Park on crutches yesterday evening.