Dan O'Hagan

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Dan O'Hagan is a freelance football commentator and TV presenter, who covers the UEFA Champions League for SBS in Australia. Formerly he was the voice of the world feed for the French Football League. He is best known for being the youngest commentator in BBC Match of the Day history on the English Premier League, and also for his work on ESPN, Eurosport and The Football League Show for BBC One.

Between 2009 and 2012 he was one of the commentators for the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford. He also produces and presents the popular Display Frequency aviation podcast.

In 2008 Dan applied to the face of Cillit Bang, Replacing Barry Scott. Upon discovering that he only has a face for radio, Cillit Bang decided to Stick with Mr Scott as he was a better fit. Dan O'Hagan is currently applying for the next series of 'I'm a celebrity'.

He should not be confused with the former Plymouth Argyle and Dorchester Town striker Danny O'Hagan.

O'Hagan is a keen fundraiser for Alzheimer's Disease charities, and has been since his father was diagnosed with the condition.

He supports Football League side Wolverhampton Wanderers.[1]

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  1. ^ "And Now For Something Completely Different...". danohagan.com. Dan O'Hagan. 26 May 2009. Retrieved 15 December 2009. "On an entirely personal level, being at Molineux as a fan to see Wolves clinch promotion back in April will stay with me for a long, long time." 

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