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Davy Keogh Appeals To Public After Famous Flag Goes Missing

Davy Keogh Appeals To Public After Famous Flag Goes Missing
By Gavin O'Callaghan Updated
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Disaster has hit the Ireland squad as some shocking news broke yesterday in relation to one of the national team's most treasured assets, Davy Keogh's flag.

Last week we highlighted one of the GAA's biggest fans, Offaly's Mick McDonagh, and it'd be fair to say that Davy could be our most dedicated supporter on the international football.

He's even been called in to present the Man Of The Match Award on one occasion.



Where the 'John 3:7' can be seen at every Croke Park game, over in the Aviva Davy Keogh has always been saying hello, and even turns up at other venues every now and again.

But disaster has struck after Davy lost his flag on Sunday night prompting him to take to Facebook to plea to the public to help:

Right lads I lost the Davy Keogh sayd Hello flag Sunday night, don't know whether I left it in an ambulance or a taxi, I took bad that night. If anybody hears anything please give me a shout, thanks.

The status has since been picked up by Bohemians Football Club and shared on by the FAI.

If you have seen or know anybody else who may have been in the vicinity of Davy Keogh's flag on Sunday night please don't hesitate to get in contact. Hopefully, we'll have it back flying by 5pm on Sunday evening when we take on the Austrians.

See Also: Rank The Best Flags Irish Fans Are Taking To Euro 2016

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