Roy Curtis: Brian Mullins was an athlete of fierce resolve, who was incapable of bending the knee to platitude



To the blue legions of Heffo’s Army foot soldiers, he was summer in Dublin, a flesh-and-blood rendition of Bagatelle’s love song to a city that idolized him like a firstborn son.

nna Livia’s William Wallace, an unbending blond Braveheart at the heart of a 1970s insurgency, a galvanising warrior-prince, custodian of an aura touching mythical levels.

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