Rory Gallagher is a well-known Gaelic football manager and former player who has been actively involved in the sport for several years. He played for various teams, including Fermanagh, Cavan, Erne Gaels, St Brigid’s and St Gall’s.
This article sheds light on Rory Gallagher children.
Rory Gallagher children
Rory has three children with his ex-wife Nicola Gallagher. Lucy Gallagher and Seanie Gallagher are their two known children. The name of their third child hasn’t been made public yet; however, we will update you as soon as it becomes available.
Recently there was news about Rory stepping back from his role as Derry senior manager less than 48 hours before the Ulster final match due to accusations of domestic abuse from his estranged wife Nicola.
In a statement issued through Derry county board he said: “I have advised Derry GAA that I am stepping back as Derry senior football manager with immediate effect. This decision is born out of a desire to protect my children from the ongoing turmoil.They will always be my priority.”
Despite being in the midst of an inter-county season where he had significant involvement, Rory decided to prioritize protecting his children by taking this step back.
Rory Gallagher Ex- Wife Nicola
Rory Gallagher, the GAA footballer manager, has always kept his personal life out of the public eye. Along with his partner, Nicola Gallagher, they have not revealed much about their relationship or how they met.
However, it was confirmed that the couple is no longer together and has split their marriage after having three children together. It was only after this announcement that Mrs. Gallagher opened up on her Facebook account about the truth behind their separation.
Nicola stated that she had suffered from domestic violence for 24 years
Despite forgiving him for his actions and tying the knot with him, domestic violence continued even on their wedding day. Nicola decided enough is enough and spoke out against it publicly in order to raise awareness around this issue.
It’s important to remember that nobody deserves abuse in any form – physical or emotional – and it’s vital we continue educating ourselves on how we can support those who may be struggling with situations like these.