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Brian Mullins RIP
Former Dublin midfielder Brian Mullins has died following a short illness.
Widely regarded as one of Gaelic Footballs greatest players, Mullins enjoyed a glittering career with club and county.
A Dublin GAA statement said: In the recent past it has been often said that Dublin teams stood on the shoulders of giants. Today we lost one of those giants. Brian Mullins was a colossus and a Dublin GAA legend.
Whether in the blue and white of St. Vincent's or the sky blue of Dublin, Brian was a dominant force who inspired his team-mates. Majestic fielding, perpetual motion, clever and accurate in possession, and capable of getting vital scores he was indomitable with an iron will to win.
Brian helped light the touchpaper that reignited Dublins fire almost 50 years ago. It is with great sadness that he has left us today but the memory of his deeds will live in the hearts and minds of Dublin supporters, and indeed well beyond the county lines, forever.
Dublin GAA convey their condolences to his family, former team colleagues, both club and inter-county, and friends.
Only 19 years-old when his St Vincents clubmate Kevin Heffernan made him a lynchpin of the Dublin midfield.
He went on to be recognised as an all-time great, a spectacular high fielder with great passing ability.
He won All-Ireland senior medals in 1974, 1976, 1977 and 1983 the last All-Ireland won after he had recovered from serious injuries suffered in a car accident. He was an All-Star in 1976 and 1977.
His determination and defiance in battle set him apart and he was a totemic figure and a Hill 16 hero.
He won an All-Ireland club medal with St Vincents in 1976
A schoolteacher he was joint Dublin manager for a time in 1986 and later managed Derry to an Ulster senior title in 1998.
Upon his return to Dublin, he was immersed with St Vincents and was Director of Sport in UCD.
A St Vincents statement said: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Brian Mullins. An absolute colossus in St Vincents. Theres so much to say about the man, and were all still processing this. Well honour him in the coming days.