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Having managers for Gaelic football teams has not always happened. So early Gaelic Football teams did not have managers. Different people got involved in training and organising teams and doing other jobs to help out. So you could say there was a collective management for teams. So there is no real answer to your question.

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Q: Who was the manager of the first ever Gaelic football team?
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