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#John Maughan

# john-maughan - Saturday 13 October, 2018

Maughan: 'Realistically can Mayo win an All-Ireland in 2019? I don’t think so'

John Maughan believes new Mayo manager James Horan will look to build for the future.

# john-maughan - Friday 12 October, 2018

'A fear of sitting in front of the TV every evening - it frightened me!': Maughan on his inter-county return

John Maughan has confirmed his backroom team as Offaly gear up for the 2019 campaign.

# john-maughan - Tuesday 11 September, 2018

Former Mayo boss Maughan rubber-stamped as new Offaly football manager

Maughan takes the reins with the Faithful’s footballers.

# john-maughan - Tuesday 28 August, 2018

Ex-Mayo boss Maughan set to take charge of Offaly footballers for 2019

Maughan has previously been in charge of Clare, Mayo, Roscommon and Fermanagh teams.

# john-maughan - Monday 20 November, 2017

Ex-Clare boss Maughan savours Connacht club success as much as 1992 Munster glory

It was a memorable day for Lahardane yesterday.

# john-maughan - Tuesday 19 September, 2017

'You do wonder because that was arguably the greatest opportunity of all time'

Former Mayo manager John Maughan doesn’t believe in a curse but he’s struggling to digest another All-Ireland final loss.

# john-maughan - Wednesday 19 September, 2012

"No All-Ireland final has thrown up a pairing as emotive and unique"

Hailing from from Milltown in North Galway has given TheScore.ie columnist Ciaran Murphy plenty insight into the football psyche of neighbours, Mayo.

# john-maughan - Thursday 12 July, 2012

I can’t understand why Mortimer wasn’t playing – Maughan

The ex-Mayo manager also expressed doubt over whether the player’s decision was “the correct course of action to take”.

# john-maughan - Friday 29 July, 2011

Down memory lane: A potted history of Cork v Mayo

Ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final clash, we take a look back at three Championship meetings between the two counties.