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Daragh Minogue


Editorial advisor and occasional contributor to the Sports Gazette, Daragh runs the MA in Sports Journalism at St.Mary's University. After Spurs, his sporting loyalties are divided (Scottish father, Irish mother, but grew up in England). He writes for various publications usually on sport and politics.

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Stories by Daragh

  • 5 things we learnt from BBC sports journalist Ian Moss
    Ian Moss, Assistant Editor for Sport at BBC News, came to meet the MA Sports Journalism students at St. Mary’s University last week.
  • The Footballer of Loos
    The London Irish Rifles commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Loos by returning to France last weekend with one of the most unusual artefacts of the First World War: a football.
  • Locals sceptical of Rugby World Cup legacy
    This autumn England will host one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year, the Rugby World Cup, and the borough of Richmond, and its surroundings are getting all revamped, or are they? Local residents and politicians voice their concerns.
  • The top 12 women sports journalists
    Women make up just 10 per cent of sports journalists in Britain. That’s far less than the number of female MPs in the House of Commons (22 per cent) and the number of female clergy in the Church of England (20 per cent). Is the profession doing anything about this?
  • Marina's Story
    Daragh Minogue travelled to Brazil during the World Cup to meet one of his former students, Marina Izidro.