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Paddy Campbell

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Paddy Campbell
Personal information
Irish name Padraig Ó Caimbéal
Sport Gaelic football
Position Full-back
Born (1974-04-22) 22 April 1974 (age 47)
Glenties, Donegal
Nickname The Undertaker[1]
Years Club
Naomh Conaill
Club titles
Donegal titles 1
Years College
Queen's University Belfast
College titles
Sigerson titles 1
Years County
Inter-county titles

Paddy Campbell is a Gaelic football manager who played for Naomh Conaill, Steelstown and the Donegal county team.

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Campbell is from Glenties.

Campbell won a Sigerson Cup medal with Queen's University Belfast in 2000.[2] He captained the Naomh Conaill side that won their first ever Donegal Senior Football Championship in 2005.[3]

He did not represent Donegal at minor or under-21 level.[4]

Under the managment of Declan Bonner (first spell), Campbell made his senior debut for his county in 2000.[1]

With Donegal he won the 2007 National Football League. He started the final against Mayo.[5] He also played in the 2006 Ulster Senior Football Championship Final at Croke Park.[6] He announced in 2008 that he had played his last inter-county game. His final inter-county game was against Monaghan in the third-round of the 2007 All-Ireland qualifiers.[2]

Elsewhere Paddy and brother, Seamus, have been involved with teams in Derry and Tyrone, befriending Brian 'Bud' Ludlow as manager of Castledawson in 2012. In February 2013, he was named manager of the Naomh Conaill senior team.[7] He was involved alongside Paul McIver at Tyrone GAA club Dromore and, as well as managing Castledawson, has managed the Steelstown and Slaughtmanus clubs.[4]

He was appointed as Derry under-17 football team manager in November 2017.[4] He went on to become Derry minor manager as well.[8] He did so when Damian McErlain took over as manager of the senior team, lasting two years before resigning due to work commitments.[9] In December 2020, he took over manager of Tyrone GAA club Owen Roe Leckpatrick.[9]

He lives in Derry with his family and has also played for Steelstown.[1][9]


  1. ^ a b c Craig, Frank (8 April 2021). "'It'a massive season for Donegal'". Donegal News. p. 54. Naomh Conaill clubman Campbell was given his Donegal debut by current boss Declan Bonner, during his first spell in charge, back in 2000… But Campbell, nicknamed 'the Undertaker' during his days as a no-nonsense full-back for both club and county, believes last season's woes might actually be of benefit to the squad in the long run… These days Campbell and his family live in Derry where he already has a considerable managerial CV under his belt. He bossed the Oak Leaf U-17 team in 2018 and 2019 and has managed a number of club sides in the county as well, namely Steelstown, Castledawson and Slaughtmanus. He's broadened his horizons once more having recently taken up the reigns at Tyrone outfit Owen Roes where he'll be able to rely on the services of Red Hand ace Cathal McShane.
  2. ^ a b "Campbell ends Donegal career". RTÉ Sport. 3 January 2008. Retrieved 3 January 2008.
  3. ^ "Historic first title for Naomh Conaill". Irish Independent. 10 October 2005. Retrieved 10 October 2005.
  4. ^ a b c "Campbell appointed new Derry U17 boss". Hogan Stand. 7 November 2017. Retrieved 7 November 2017.
  5. ^ "Donegal achieve historic win — First national league title comes to county after victory over Mayo". Donegal Times. 25 April 2007. Archived from the original on 12 April 2015. Retrieved 25 April 2007.
  6. ^ "Donegal 0–09 1–09 Armagh". BBC Sport. 9 July 2006. Retrieved 9 July 2006.
  7. ^ McNulty, Chris (4 February 2013). "Campbell is new Naomh Conaill manager". Donegal News. Retrieved 4 February 2013.
  8. ^ O'Kane, Cahair (11 May 2019). "'Lazy criticism unfair' says Derry minor boss Campbell". The Irish News. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
  9. ^ a b c McMullan, Michael (2 December 2020). "Former Derry minor boss back in management: Paddy Campbell takes over Owen Roes Leckpatrick". Retrieved 2 December 2020.

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