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Dublin footballers pay tribute following the death of legend Anton O’Toole

The 68-year-old passed away last night

Anton O'Toole


Dublin footballers, past and present have been sharing tributes to the 80’s legend Anton O’Toole, who has sadly passed away.

Anton, who was known as The Blue Panther to Dublin GAA fans, enjoyed an amazing career including winning four All-Ireland medals and three All-Stars, died this week at the age of 68, and tributes have been pouring in.

Well known names in Dublin football including Alan Brogan, Brian Fenton and Anton’s Templeogue Synge Street club mate Denis Bastick all shared sweet messages to the much loved player.

RIP Anton

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