# Rory Gallagher

This month
March 2023
# Turn back time
20 years on from Dublin club success, Rory Gallagher reignites capital connection
Derry and Dublin face off in Division 2 of the Allianz football league on Saturday evening.
This year
# backing
Rory Gallagher hails "mental strength" of Glen duo after they shine for Derry
Conor Glass and Ethan Doherty featured in the Division 2 win over Limerick yesterday.
Last year
# tough defeat
Gallagher: 'We were beaten by a better team, there’s no doubt about that'
The season is over for the Ulster champions.
'Absolutely ludicrous, farcical, unfair' - Gallagher against penalty shootouts in Gaelic football
The Derry manager would prefer replays or a next score wins policy.
# Rory's story
'The man is just a complete obsessive about football'
Derry boss Rory Gallagher faces his former Donegal side in tomorrow’s Ulster final.
# derry boys
'It's nearly like the glory days of old'
Derry are into their first Ulster final since 2011.
# Gallagher's gang
Heron double drives Derry to first Ulster final since 2011
Derry struck three goals in the Athletic Grounds to secure a convincing victory.
All time
# Quiz
Quiz: How well do you know this Irish music trivia?
Let’s test your knowledge…
# Time to say goodbye
Rory Gallagher steps down as Fermanagh manager after two-year stint
The former Donegal boss led his native county to the Ulster final in 2018.
# On the up
Unbeaten Fermanagh stay on course for promotion to Division 1 as Clare face relegation battle
Three points separated the sides in Enniskillen today.
# ernesiders
Last-gasp Donnelly goal sees Fermanagh stun Monaghan to book first Ulster final since 2008
Captain Eoin Donnelly’s precise goal in stoppage time defeated Monaghan in dramatic fashion on Sunday.
# goin' to my hometown
Double Take: Spot the Rory Gallagher tribute outside this Donegal nursing home
Rock Hospital by name… and by nature.
# Ratified
Fermanagh announce Rory Gallagher as their new senior football manager
He has been handed the job in his native county after resigning as Donegal boss.
Rory Gallagher linked with return to inter-county management
Rory Gallagher just recently stepped down from his position with Donegal.
# tweet nothings
'Social media has no impact on my life': Rory Gallagher statement after Donegal departure
The outgoing manager has ‘no interest’ in Facebook and Twitter.
# Gaffer Needed
'Thanks and appreciation' for Gallagher but who will be the Donegal manager in 2018?
Rory Gallagher stepped down last night.
# done-gone
Donegal confirm Rory Gallagher exit after Championship loss to Galway
Gallagher has stood down after three years in charge of the north-western county.
# closely fought
Donegal late show enough to see off brave Longford
Rory Gallagher’s team have won an All-Ireland and three Ulster titles since they last lost at home in Ballybofey.
# it's a new dawn
Rory's winning matches! How Gallagher stepped out of Jim McGuinness's shadow
The Donegal boss is moulding this young team in his image.
# Job Done
McHugh hits the net in Donegal victory away to 14-man Cavan
Cavan’s Killian Clarke was sent-off in the game at Kingspan Breffni Park.
# transition talk
Young Guns! After losing 9 seasoned veterans, these Donegal newcomers are starting to thrive
Rory Gallagher’s side have proved they belong at this level.
# three of a kind
Trio of Donegal All-Ireland winners announce their retirement from inter-county football
Rory Kavanagh, Christy Toye and David Walsh are the latest players to depart Rory Gallagher’s panel.
# staying on
Big boost for Donegal as Lacey and McGlynn commit for 2017
But the future of a few other senior players remains uncertain.
# taking steps
Katie Taylor to Hell and Back to help four-year-old Sligo boy to walk
The parents of Rory Gallagher, who has cerebral palsy, say they are facing selling their home to fund their son’s treatment.
# Don Deal
Rory Gallagher set to stay as Donegal manager for another 3 years
Gallagher’s extension was ratified by the Donegal county board last night.
Dublin v Donegal, All-Ireland football championship quarter-final
On a massive day at GAA HQ, who would book their place in the final four?
# build up
Bringing Kilkenny into the Dublin defence and a trick up Gallagher's sleeve
Former Dublin footballer Barry Cahill has been discussing Saturday’s clash between Dublin and Donegal.
# Facing The Champs
'They are the premier team in the country' - Dublin challenge awaits for Donegal
Rory Gallagher on the scale of the challenge that awaits his side.
# The Hills of Donegal
Donegal make it 6 Ulster finals in a row with semi-final replay success over Monaghan
Donegal finished with 14 men after the sending-off of Rory Kavanagh but still triumphed.
# Round Two
Donegal boss sticks with tried and trusted to overcome Monaghan
The Ulster rivals will do it all again in Breffni Park tomorrow night.
# Blue Wave
Analysis: How Dublin broke down Donegal's defensive wall
Last weekend’s win over Donegal was the latest evidence of Dublin’s ability to deal with a blanket defence.
# response
'I am not interested in commenting on inaccuracies' - Gallagher's McGuinness blast
Rory Gallagher has had a swipe at Jim McGuinness following his book revelations.
# starting XV
2 changes for Donegal ahead of All-Ireland football quarter-final against Mayo
Karl Lacey and Martin McElhinney have been called in.
# Waiting Game
Two of Donegal's big names are injury doubts for the Mayo clash
Eamonn McGee and Karl Lacey are injury concerns ahead of the All-Ireland quarter-final.
# Friends Reunited
'It wouldn’t be good enough against Mayo' - Rory Gallagher knows he still has problems to solve
Donegal went nearly half-an-hour without a score before beating Galway on Saturday evening.
# ruling the roost
6 talking points as Mayo and Donegal seek to defend provincial crowns
It’s provincial football final weekend in Connacht and Ulster.
# battle lines drawn
6 talking points ahead of Donegal and Tyrone's Ulster championship clash
A war of attrition is on the cards in Ballybofey
# raising standards
10 happy managers after the group stages of the Allianz Football League
It’s been a good campaign for the leading four in the top flight and the promoted teams in the other Divisions
# Report
McCaffrey cracker lights up feisty clash between Dubs and Donegal
Dublin ran out five-point winners of a niggly Division 1 clash in Croke Park.
Dublin v Donegal, National Football League
Rory Gallagher brings his Donegal side back to Croke Park. Join us for minute-by-minute updates live from HQ.