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First Team News
// 8 Nov 2008

“I think if you had said to any manager in this league ‘would you take playing for the league title on the last day of the season?’, they would have taken your hand off, and I’m no different” – Gill

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First Team News
// 8 Nov 2008

Sir John Flanagan has admitted that he will find it extremely difficult to fill the void in his life that retiring from football will create.

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First Team News
// 6 Nov 2008

Lilywhite legend John Flanagan iced a memorable leaving cake as his first-half header added to goals from Derek Doyle, Robbie Farrell (2), Paul Crowley (2) and Ben Whelehan, as Dundalk gave their First Division title hopes a massive boost with a scintillating 7-0 whitewash of Athlone Town at Oriel Park on Thursday evening.

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First Team News
// 31 Oct 2008

Dundalk defender John Flanagan has announced his retirement from football, citing personal reasons behind his decision.

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First Team News
// 26 Oct 2008

“Managing expectation is the problem now. Three weeks ago, there was people calling for my head, there was all sorts of innuendos and people probably lost faith in me. You’ll listen to all the stuff now tomorrow and I’ll be Jose Mourinho again.” – Gill

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First Team News
// 24 Oct 2008

Super sub Paul Smyth struck at the death as Dundalk exacted sweet revenge and inflicted on Waterford their first home defeat in fourteen months with a priceless 1-0 win at the RSC last Friday evening.

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First Team News
// 18 Oct 2008

“As low as I felt last week, I’m not going to start doing handstands now. All we’ve done tonight is win a game, albeit an important game. For the moment, the vultures have stopped circling and maybe we can all settle down now and concentrate on the job in hand.” – Gill

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First Team News
// 18 Oct 2008

“We’re 110% behind John Gill. We knew we owed John a performance tonight and I think we did that. We wanted to win five out of five. That’s one down and now we have four to go.” – Crawley

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