Patrick Cullen (born 18 October 1944) is an Irish former Gaelic football manager and former player.His league and championship career at senior level with the Dublin county team spanned thirteen years from 1966 to 1979.
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Patrick Cullen (born 18 October 1944) is an Irish retired Gaelic football Manager and former player. His league and championship career with the Dublin senior team spanned thirteen years from 1966 to 1979.
Oh dearie me. Paddy Cullen adjudged... Oh! A goal, in the greatest freak of all time! The referee gave a free to, eh, Kerry from the 14 metre line, here it is again. Nobody was expecting the ball to be kicked, and before Paddy Cullen could get back into the goal, the ball was in the net". The manner of the goal is still contentious today. While ...
Paddy Cullen, Irish former football goalkeeper and manager Paddy Daly (1888–1957), member of the Irish Republican Army and major-general in the Irish National Army Paddy Doherty (disambiguation) , several people
The club is probably best associated with inter-county player and Dublin All Star Paddy Cullen, who was described in the annual ‘Dublin 76’ as the backbone of the club. Former Dublin secretary Jim King was also from O’Connell Boys.
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] In the 32nd minute a foul was awarded against Dublin goalkeeper Paddy Cullen who continued to remonstrate with the referee as Mikey Sheehy lined up to take the free. Sheehy lobbed the ball into an empty net over the back-pedaling Cullen, who crashed into the side netting.
After some time the Squad was strengthened by the following members: Ben Byrne, Frank Bolster, Mick Keogh, Mick Kennedy, Bill Stapleton and Sam Robinson. Owen Cullen (member of 2nd Battalion) was driver for a short time, and Paddy Kelly of Co Clare for a short time. They were employed full-time and received a weekly wage.
 The Kerry forward lobbed the ball over the head of Paddy Cullen, who was caught off his line arguing with the referee. At the full-time whistle, Kerry were the winners by 5–11 to 0–9.
The Kerry forward lobbed the ball over the head of Paddy Cullen, who was caught off his line arguing with the referee. New full-forward Eoin Liston scored a hat-trick of goals. Spillane played all over the field, including goalkeeper after Charlie Nelligan was sent off. At the full-time whistle Kerry were the winners by 5–11 to 0–9.
Patrick Joseph McGoohan (March 19, 1928 – January 13, 2009) was an Irish-American actor, screenwriter and director.He began his career in the United Kingdom in the 1950s, relocating to the United States in the 1970s.