Wednesday 13 December 2017

Pictures: Paidi O'Se 1955-2012

A young Paidi in Ventry Bay, Co Kerry
A young Paidi in Ventry Bay, Co Kerry
Pictured in the green and gold Kerry colours in September 1982
PAUDIE O SHEA MEETS WITH THE FAMOUS CHARLIE J. HAUGHEY.Photo By : Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus LTD © Tralee Co Kerry Ireland Phone Mobile 087 / 2672033L/Line 066 71 22 981 E/mail -
The Kerry team that defeated Dublin in the 1978 All-Ireland Final at Croke Park. Back row, from left: Jack OShea, Eoin 'Bomber' Liston, John OKeeffe, Charlie Nelligan, Tim Kennelly, Sean Walsh, Pat Spillane. Front row, from left: Mikey Sheehy, Paidi O Se, Paudie Lynch, Denis Ogie Moran, John Egan, Ger Power, Mick Spillane, Jimmy Deenihan
The Kerry team that defeated Dublin in the 1979 All-Ireland final at Croke Park. Back row, from left: Jack OShea, Paudie Lynch, Pat Spillane, Eoin 'Bomber' Liston, John OKeeffe, Charlie Nelligan, Sean Walsh. Front row, from left: Jimmy Deenihan, Mickey Sheehy, John Egan, Tommy Doyle, Paidi O Se, Tim Kennelly, Mick Spillane, Denis Ogie Moran
Receiving his marching orders from referee Aodh O Duagan for a foul on Dublin's David Hickey in the 1979 All-Ireland final
In the thick of it with Tommy Doyle against Jimmy Lyons as Kerry took on Mayo in the 1981 All-Ireland semi-final
Paidi and Maire O"Se on their wedding day in Ventry Chursh in 1985. Paidi's funeral will take place in the same church.Picture by Don MacMonagle
Pictured the week he opened his pub in Ventry in 1985
Kerry supporters hold their captain, Paidi, aloft alongside manager Mick O'Dwyer after victory over Dublin in the 1986 All-Ireland final
As Kerry captain lifting the Sam Maguire cup after defeating Dublin in the 1985 All-Ireland final
On the wall in Paidi O'Se's Pub: Charlie Haughey pulling a pint in Paidi O Se's pub
The Kerry team that defeated Tyrone in the 1986 All-Ireland. Back, from left: Jack O'Shea, Tom Spillane, Mikey Sheehy, Charlie Nelligan, Ger Lynch, Willie Maher, Pat Spillane and Sean Walsh. Front, from left: Eoin Liston, Tommy Doyle, Paidi O Se, Ambrose O'Donovan, Mick Spillane, Ger Power and Denis Ogie Moran
21 September 1986; Paidi O Se, Kerry, supported by team-mate Jack O'Shea (8), holds off the challenge of Paudge Quinn, Tyrone. Kerry v Tyrone, All-Ireland Football Final, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit; Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Tom Cruise is welcomed by Paidi and his mother Beatrice to his pub in Ventry
With daughters Siun and Neasa outside their pub in 1990
Paidi O Se and Dolly Parton - picture taken from his pub wall Pic:Mark Condren17.12.2012
In his first job as Kerry senior trainer against Kildare in 1995 with Jack O'Connor as selector (at back)
Encouraging his Kerry side during their 1997 All-Ireland final win over Mayo
Celebrating with Stephen Stack after Kerry's 1997 All-Ireland triumph
Kerry Manager Paidi O'Se congratulates Darragh O'Se Kerry Player, All Ireland Football Final 1997, Croke Park, 28/9/97. Photograph David Maher SPORTSFILE.
Paidi O Se's pub wall Pic:Mark Condren17.12.2012
Congratulating Mick O'Dwyer after his Kildare side beat Kerry in the 1998 All-Ireland semi-final
Charles Haughey and Paidi O'Shea pictured at the funeral of the late Tom MacEllistrim l in Ballymacelligott, Co. Kerry in 2000.Picture by Don MacMonagle 087-2563610
Playing ball with son Padraig on Ventry Strand in June 2000
On the touchline with Galway manager John O'Mahony during the 2000 All-Ireland final
Congratulating Maurice Fitzgerald at the end of the All-Ireland quarter final replay against Dublin in August 2001
Paidi O Se and Martin Sheen - picture taken from his pub wall Pic:Mark Condren17.12.2012
ProVision - Sunday, July 15, 2001Munster Football Final. Pairc UiChaoimh.Cork v Kerry.Managers Larry Tomkins and Paidi O'Shea urge their teams on.Pic Donna McBride/ProVision.
The Kerry legend is magnanimous in defeat as he congratulates Joe Kernan following Armagh's maiden All-Ireland title in 2002
Celebrating with Dessie Dolan after Westmeath's victory over Wexford in June 2004
Behind the bar in Paidi O Se's Pub in 2004
On the wall in Paidi O'Se's Pub:: Paidi with Mick O'Dwyer and members of the Kerry team as they pose for photographs with Charlie Haughey and the Sam Maguire cup
In his role as Westmeath manager with Laois boss Mick O'Dwyer ahead of the 2004 Leinster Championship final
Celebrating with selector Tomas O'Flaharta after his Westmeath side defeated Laois in the Leinster Championship in July 2004
Being congratulated by Laois manager Mick O'Dwyer after his Westmeath side beat them in 2004
There's a long road there yet....Paidi O'Se takes in the view over the Blasket Islands near his pub in West Kerry.Picture by Don MacMonagle
Paidi O Se and Bertie Ahern - picture taken from his pub wall Pic:Mark Condren17.12.2012
Paidi O'Se pictured in Ventry with his nephews from left, Tomas, Marc, Fergal and Dara.Picture by Don MacMonagle
At a press conference where he was unveiled as the new Clare manager in November 2006
With Ireland manager Steve Staunton in July 2007
With former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern during a rehearsal for 'The Road to Croker' sports TV programme which was recorded in Paidi O' Se's Pub in August 2008
Just a spoonful of sugar....Paidi O'Se puts some sugar in Taoiseach Brian Cowen's cup during a tea break from the constituency visit to Dingle in County Kerry.Picture by Don MacMonagle
Paidi and Maire O'Se celebrate 25 years in his pub at Ard an Bothair, Ventry,County Kerry in 2010 with their daughters Siun and Neasa. Hundreds of loyal fans and members of the Haughey family attended the celebration.Picture by Don MacMonagle
Paidi O'Shea, kisses Pope Benedict's ring in the inner sanctum of the vatican last week.Photo; Don MacMonagle
At Mick O'Dwyer's 70th birthday celebrations in Waterville, Co Kerry
With 8 All-Ireland medals under his belt, 56 years old Paidi O'Se, from Ventry, Dingle, County Kerry knows his football and he predicts Dublin to beat Kerry on Sunday. Paidi is pictured at home with his 8 All-Ireland Senior football Championship medals which he won in 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985 (capt) and1986 while wearing the half-back No 5 jersey. Paidi was the last Kerry captain that beat Dublin in an All-Ireland final in 1985. Picture by Don MacMonagle
Former Kerry footballer Paidi O'Se and his son Padraig pictured rowing a traditional currach laden down with with crubeens, spare ribs, lobster at Cuan Pier, Ventry, County Kerry in July 2012 for the launch of his summer festivalPicture by Don MacMonagle
Paidi O Se remembered during the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2012 at ExCeL Arena, London. tribute to a legend

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