- Hugh McDaid
Hugh McDaid (born in
Derry, Northern Ireland) is the chairman of FAI National Leagueclub, Derry City FC.
Having worked his way up from being a delivery boy for Doherty's Butchers, he is proprietor of a well known bar and restaurant in the north west region of Ireland, known as Badger's Place. The name of the bar stems from a nickname that Hugh was christened with by people who knew him in his mid to late 20's when his hair began to take on a greyish tint.
* [http://www.derrycityfc.net/ Derry City FC]
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