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Jim Gavin quiz

How well do you know the former Dubs boss?

Gavin won the Leinster SFC three times as a player, with the first coming in which season?

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Did Gavin score in the 1995 All-Ireland final against Tyrone?

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Who is the only man to have won a senior inter-county championship game against Gavin as a manager?

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In seven seasons as Dublin manager, how many defeats did Gavin suffer from 107 league and Championship games?

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Who did Jim Gavin record his first championship win over in 2013?

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How many consecutive league and championship wins did his Dublin enjoy during an incredible run between 2015 and 2017

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Four Dublin players won Footballer of the Year during Gavin's tenure — Stephen Cluxton, Brian Fenton, Jack McCaffrey and...

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Gavin's father, Jimmy, grew up in and won two county titles in which county?

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Who scored the first Dublin championship goal under Jim Gavin in 2013?

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How many players were appointed captain under Gavin during his seven seasons as manager?

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Gavin won how many Under-21 All-Ireland titles as manager?

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Which club did Gavin play for?

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Who did Gavin succeed as Dubs boss?

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Jim Gavin quiz
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