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#Interview

# interview - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC The one thing most businesses still screw up on social media Easy Advice

The one thing most businesses still screw up on social media

One of the world’s top social media experts shares his simple advice that all companies can follow.

# interview - Monday 1 February, 2016

Jim White on Deadline Day, Rachel Wyse and how many cups of coffee he’ll be drinking

The renowned Sky Sports News presenter chats to The42 ahead of his big day.

# interview - Sunday 31 January, 2016

The Australian rugby team that embraces the ‘Céad Mile Fáilte’ ethos

Val Baynes chats to The42 about making inroads with Sydney Irish RFC.

‘Choosing to represent Ireland at the Olympics was a no-brainer for me’

Tori Pena chats to The42 on dual nationality, ‘cracking under pressure’ and her hopes for Rio 2016.

# interview - Saturday 30 January, 2016

Corruption expert warns Irish sport to ‘wake up’ to threat of match-fixing before it’s too late

Declan Hill believes Ireland is not doing enough to tackle the issue.

‘I’d love to make Euro 2016 because I love being part of the squad and I’m proud to represent Ireland’

These days playing regularly at Sheffield Wednesday, Keiren Westwood is aiming to catch the eye of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill ahead of this summer.

# interview - Thursday 28 January, 2016

‘Sponsors were scared of cycling because of the doping problems and it was difficult for us’

Ahead of the team’s tenth season on tour, we caught up with Sean Kelly at the team’s training base in Spain.

# interview - Tuesday 26 January, 2016

Canavan – ‘Fixtures schedule needs drastic changes because club football is in disarray’

The Tyrone legend also reveals that there is a buzz around the Red Hand County again after last year’s U21 success.

# interview - Monday 25 January, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Looks shouldn’t matter, but they do. Especially when you’re applying for a job Opinion

Looks shouldn’t matter, but they do. Especially when you’re applying for a job

First impressions are the foundation for having an impact, writes Eoghan McDermott.

# interview - Sunday 24 January, 2016

‘Mick Wallace took a chance on a 29-year-old when he appointed me’

The Wexford Youths boss discusses his relationship with the TD and the perils of managing a League of Ireland club full-time.

‘He told me Munster asked for me. The day after I took a plane to Ireland’

Uruguayan prop Mario Sagario tells The42 about his unusual route to playing for Munster.

# interview - Saturday 23 January, 2016

From TheJournal.ie The Big Short director wants his latest film to make you angry Adam Mckay

The Big Short director wants his latest film to make you angry

We spoke to him about his latest movie – and future projects.

What a transformation – this 29-year-old has lost almost nine stone in 10 months

Ciarán Burns opens up to the42 about his weight struggles and the remarkable, life-changing journey he’s been on since last March.

Stephen Ward on homesickness, beating Germany & the frustration of not playing

The Irish international also discusses Burnley’s upcoming FA Cup tie with Arsenal and his grounding in the League of Ireland.

# interview - Monday 18 January, 2016

Tennis chief ‘confident’ no Irish players involved in match-fixing

CEO Des Allen has backed tennis officials’ claims that match-fixing evidence was not suppressed by the game’s authorities.

# interview - Sunday 17 January, 2016

‘It was just meant to be a college project’ – The rise and rise of FootGolf in Ireland

Ronan Cunningham chats to The42 about travelling to Buenos Aires with the rest of the Irish side.

The son of one of Ireland’s ’02 World Cup heroes is aiming to follow in his father’s footsteps

19-year-old Liam Kinsella chats to The42 about helping Walsall fight for promotion in League One.

# interview - Saturday 16 January, 2016

From TheJournal.ie They had no funds and no Netflix – but here’s why Making a Murderer got made Interview

They had no funds and no Netflix – but here’s why Making a Murderer got made

The Netflix series is now a phenomenon. We speak to the series’ directors.

‘I remember watching Arsenal in the FA Cup final when I was 12. Now I’m playing for them’

The Gunners’ latest signing Katie McCabe begins life at her new club this week.

# interview - Sunday 10 January, 2016

Ex-Ireland U21 footballer on how Moyes persuaded him to join Preston despite PL offers

Michael Keane chats to The42 about the impact that the former Manchester United manager had on his career.

The Ireland striker out to hand Chelsea another early exit from the FA Cup

Former Bohemians man Paddy Madden will hope to upset the odds when he lines out for Scunthorpe United at Stamford Bridge.

A Spanish football academy is giving Irish youngsters a chance to fulfil their dreams

Former Ireland U21 international Michael Keane chats about his role as recruitment manager for the project.

# interview - Saturday 9 January, 2016

From Business ETC What to say when the interviewer asks, ‘Why should we hire you?’ Seal The Deal

What to say when the interviewer asks, ‘Why should we hire you?’

Make sure it doesn’t throw you.

# interview - Friday 8 January, 2016

‘You think: will I be accepted?’ Clinton Morrison on winning Irish fans’ hearts

The former Ireland striker also weighs in on ‘scary’ Roy Keane and his Exeter side’s FA Cup tie with Liverpool tonight.

# interview - Friday 1 January, 2016

‘I set out to be a journeyman pro on tour so I’ve overachieved by winning three Majors’

He may be entering his 20th season on Tour but Pádraig Harrington has found a different motivation to keep him competitive in the game he loves.

# interview - Wednesday 30 December, 2015

‘I was wide awake!’ Ireland’s David Harte on NOT watching New Zealand-Australia at 4am

The hockey star played an integral role in his side’s historic qualification for the 2016 Olympics.

From TheJournal.ie ‘It wasn’t long after the hunger strikes… mayhem on the streets and we realised that something had to be done.’ Anglo-Irish Agreement

‘It wasn’t long after the hunger strikes… mayhem on the streets and we realised that something had to be done.’

Former Tánaiste Dick Spring talks about the tensions and troubles of 1985.

# interview - Tuesday 29 December, 2015

How the Class of 92 became a ‘classic brand’ and why Gary Neville is ‘football with a human face’

Professor Simon Chadwick chats to The42 about an eventful year for the close-knit coterie of former Man United players.

# interview - Monday 28 December, 2015

‘There will always be part of me that wants to go back to Ireland and give something back’

Leaving one home for another – Trent Johnston on life after Ireland.

# interview - Sunday 27 December, 2015

‘I supported the guys I rode against but knew something wasn’t right with Lance’

Former Olympic cyclist Robert Power on the crash which all but ended his career, doping in the sport and why he couldn’t encourage any kid to go into professional cycling.

# interview - Saturday 26 December, 2015

Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph on why rugby, GAA and basketball’s loss was soccer’s gain

The Bray native tells The42 about his basketball-playing father.

‘I was a Liverpool fan thrown into a dressing room with the likes of Andy Carroll’

Moving from Ireland to a Premier League club can be difficult to adjust to, as Sean Maguire discovered.

‘We wait and see’ – Louis van Gaal admits future is uncertain following loss at Stoke

“My thoughts are that we didn’t dare to play football in the first half.”

‘You’re always going to get begrudgers and people thinking ‘who does she think she is?’

After another whirlwind year on and off the pitch, Ireland’s Stephanie Roche talks about dealing with life after the Puskas Award.

# interview - Friday 25 December, 2015

Getting to know the real Philly McMahon: Dublin star takes us on a tour of Ballymun

The 2015 Footballer of the Year nominee has had to deal with deep personal loss in his life but remains immensely proud of his local area.

Winning All-Irelands, milking 500 cows and getting married – Cork dual star Briege Corkery

It’s been another brilliant year for Cork dual star Corkery.

# interview - Thursday 24 December, 2015

‘Forget the medals, you have the love of your people’ — The redemption of Stevie G

Donald McRae chats to The42 about ghosting the Liverpool legend’s autobiography.

Zidane, Gilesy and Bob Marley all feature in new book about the home of Irish football

We speak to Colin White about his book on the history of Dalymount Park.

The Secret Footballer on depression, his identity and why players are prone to losing millions

The ex-Premier League player chats to us about his new book.

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