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#Interview

# interview - Wednesday 20 June, 2018

'AFL has such big resources that they are identifying players from the age of 12'

Rebels coaches Shaun Berne and Eoin Toolan outline the challenges rugby faces in Melbourne.

# interview - Sunday 17 June, 2018

'In my eyes, I was doing enough to warrant a night-out on a Saturday with my mates' LOI Legends This post contains videos

'In my eyes, I was doing enough to warrant a night-out on a Saturday with my mates'

Philip Hughes on a career with 19 transfers, 11 clubs and 138 goals.

# interview - Saturday 16 June, 2018

Europa League play-offs in Irish football 'is something that we will be encouraging'

League of Ireland chief Fran Gavin also responded to recent criticism’s of the fixture schedule.

# interview - Friday 15 June, 2018

'I don't think you'll ever get to a stage where there won't be an issue with something in a club' LOI

'I don't think you'll ever get to a stage where there won't be an issue with something in a club'

Director of the League of Ireland Fran Gavin is confident beleaguered Limerick will be “in good shape” by the end of the season

# interview - Thursday 14 June, 2018

‘I want to do my best to become a professional footballer. If I have to come back, I know GAA is always there’

Waterford FC defender Rory Feely talks about his time involved in the Kildare setup and how he has chosen to pursue a career in the League of Ireland.

# interview - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

'I look down the back of the bus and there’s Claw, fag in his mouth, puffing away!'

Australian second row John Langford had a major influence on Munster during his three years with the province.

# interview - Sunday 10 June, 2018

From TheJournal.ie ‘Childcare isn't one of those industries that you go into to make a huge pile of money’ Health And Education

‘Childcare isn't one of those industries that you go into to make a huge pile of money’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based Tigers Childcare.

# interview - Friday 8 June, 2018

'I was heartbroken to leave Newcastle but coming back to Ireland was the best thing that happened to me'

Lee Desmond is enjoying an impressive fourth season at St Patrick’s Athletic having spent two years at the Magpies as a teenager.

It took just 30 seconds last March for Seamus Coleman to realise Ireland had a star in the making

The Everton defender is optimistic about the future of Irish football and believes Declan Rice could play a major part in it.

# interview - Monday 4 June, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Tense interview sees Bill Clinton say he doesn't owe Monica Lewinsky a personal apology No Regrets

Tense interview sees Bill Clinton say he doesn't owe Monica Lewinsky a personal apology

Clinton is back in the spotlight after co-authoring a new book.

"I had never won a World Cup medal and I thought: ‘Do you know what? If Natalya can do it, I can as well’"

Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe on winning a gold medal at last week’s World Cup, avoiding a repeat of 2013 and being inspired by Natalya Coyle.

# interview - Sunday 3 June, 2018

'I was so disillusioned that, believe it or not, I don’t even watch football anymore' Speak Memory This post contains videos

'I was so disillusioned that, believe it or not, I don’t even watch football anymore'

Jonathan Speak on winning the treble with Derry, getting relegated on the last day with Finn Harps and numerous other highs and lows.

# interview - Saturday 2 June, 2018

'I think some women find it a bit intimidating having to go on a course full of men'

Rachel Graham of Shelbourne Ladies on the drive to encourage more female Irish coaches.

# interview - Tuesday 29 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie 'I'm certainly not strong': Gay Byrne on undergoing 'gruelling' chemotherapy treatment Cancer

'I'm certainly not strong': Gay Byrne on undergoing 'gruelling' chemotherapy treatment

Byrne was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2016.

# interview - Sunday 27 May, 2018

'The minute I landed I was on the phone doing interviews… I started to cry' Golden Girl This post contains videos

'The minute I landed I was on the phone doing interviews… I started to cry'

Irish teenage sprinter Gina Akpe-Moses on triumphing at the European U20 Championships, sudden media scrutiny, national identity and sports psychology.

# interview - Saturday 26 May, 2018

‘I hated myself… I got terribly down and lost my confidence, not just as a footballer but as a person’ Looking Back This post contains videos

‘I hated myself… I got terribly down and lost my confidence, not just as a footballer but as a person’

33 years on from representing Liverpool in the European Cup final, Jim Beglin reflects on a career full of highs and lows.

James Ryan: The great-grandson of a 1916 Easter Rising rebel

The Leinster lock’s great-grandfather was a founding member of the Irish Volunteers and Fianna Fáil.

# interview - Sunday 20 May, 2018

How a former Manchester United and Ireland captain died penniless Fall From Grace This post contains videos

How a former Manchester United and Ireland captain died penniless

Patrick O’Connell also managed Barcelona and Real Betis, and is the only coach to guide the latter to a league title.

From TheJournal.ie Micheál Martin: 'The argument is that if we legislate for abortion we'll become like England. That's not true. This is Ireland' Interview

Micheál Martin: 'The argument is that if we legislate for abortion we'll become like England. That's not true. This is Ireland'

Martin describes himself as pro-life, but he said as a legislator, he has to face the reality of the situation.

# interview - Saturday 19 May, 2018

'I've just been lucky to live out a few people's boyhood dreams, me included'

Wicklow man Peadar Timmins has worked his way through intense competition to earn Leinster senior honours, but the 24-year-old will switch to a very different career path next season.

# interview - Friday 18 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie 'We thought it was an earthquake; it was men with kalashnikovs at the door' - the woman documenting human rights abuses in Turkey Interview

'We thought it was an earthquake; it was men with kalashnikovs at the door' - the woman documenting human rights abuses in Turkey

Kurdish journalist Nurcan Baysal is facing a three-year jail term for calling out the government of Recep Erdogan regarding atrocities committed on the Turkish/Syrian border.

# interview - Thursday 17 May, 2018

'We probably won't get home until 2.30 in the morning. And all our lads work'

Bray’s caretaker boss Graham Kelly on his side’s improvement in form and the challenges of being a part-time club.

# interview - Monday 7 May, 2018

'I've always been a bit of a clown, it's just me, but you can't just come here for a blooming pay cheque'

James Lowe has made a big impression since arriving at Leinster, and the Kiwi winger hopes to prove his worth by helping the province to Champions Cup glory.

# interview - Sunday 6 May, 2018

'I honestly think if I stayed in England, I wouldn't have become a professional footballer' Chance This post contains videos

'I honestly think if I stayed in England, I wouldn't have become a professional footballer'

Ex-Sligo star Séamus Conneely footballers and depression, his second chance in English football and captaining Accrington Stanley to glory.

# interview - Friday 4 May, 2018

'Living on your own in a foreign country isn’t easy but it teaches you a lot about yourself'

New Yorker Jake Keegan has wound up at St Patrick’s Athletic, having played in the US, Germany, Canada and Galway.

# interview - Sunday 29 April, 2018

"I walked down the road. It was the loneliest walk. I said 'there's 20 years of my life'" FAGO This post contains videos

"I walked down the road. It was the loneliest walk. I said 'there's 20 years of my life'"

Sligo Rovers legend Tony Fagan on his long love affair with the club where he made his name.

# interview - Saturday 28 April, 2018

'I can't wait to pull on the Leinster jersey. It feels good to be a rugby player again'

Today marks exactly one year since Tom Daly last made a senior appearance for Leinster. He makes his long-awaited comeback in this afternoon’s Pro14 inter-pro in Galway.

# interview - Saturday 21 April, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Bertie Ahern cuts interview short after he's asked about Mahon Tribunal Conflict Zone This post contains videos

Bertie Ahern cuts interview short after he's asked about Mahon Tribunal

“I’ve dealt with that issue and I am not saying any more about that issue.”

'Since I was a teenager, I would always have felt sick after certain types of food' Interview This post contains videos

'Since I was a teenager, I would always have felt sick after certain types of food'

Irish karate star Caradh O’Donovan on battling Crohn’s disease, funding her dream and aiming for the Tokyo Olympics.

Sexton takes on home province Leinster for first time in B&I semi-final

The 25-year-old second row is a key player for the Jersey Reds.

# interview - Friday 20 April, 2018

‘Ultimately, I don’t think I was ready to go into Tottenham’s first team’

Derry’s Aaron McEneff recalls playing in the same underage side as Harry Kane, establishing himself as a top player in Ireland and words of advice from his late captain.

'When it comes to rape, I think we're still obsessed with women'

Anna Krien, author of ‘Night Games,’ on consent, toxic masculinity of sport and how these problems can be counteracted.

# interview - Monday 16 April, 2018

Director of Andre the Giant film on making Vince McMahon cry and the truth about Samuel Beckett Legend This post contains videos

Director of Andre the Giant film on making Vince McMahon cry and the truth about Samuel Beckett

The legendary Irish playwright lived down the road from the star.

# interview - Sunday 15 April, 2018

"They asked me about Effenberg. And I said: 'If he thinks I was like his father, he played like my mother'" Remember When This post contains videos

"They asked me about Effenberg. And I said: 'If he thinks I was like his father, he played like my mother'"

Cork City legend Dave Barry on winning All-Irelands, scoring against Bayern Munich, Patsy Freyne’s fondness for a smoke and representing Ireland against Man United.

From TheJournal.ie 'I can't see past spelling mistakes on CVs - it's a simple way to cost yourself a job' Jobs.ie

'I can't see past spelling mistakes on CVs - it's a simple way to cost yourself a job'

Jobs.ie general manager Chris Paye also talks about the dangers of duvet days.

"Everyone was asking: 'Are you going to do Medicine? I was like: 'Oh no, I want to go to the Olympics'"

Irish pentathlete Sive Brassil on the long, arduous road towards the top of her sport.

# interview - Saturday 14 April, 2018

16 seasons of AIL rugby come to an end for the record-breaking Barry Keeshan today

The Dolphin stalwart broke the AIL points scoring record last season and will knock over the final additions to it this afternoon.

# interview - Sunday 8 April, 2018

'Liam Brady ran across to me and said ‘Paddy, your Panathinaikos players are f***ing mad!''

Ex-Ireland, Shamrock Rovers, Chelsea and West Brom full-back Paddy Mulligan on his beginnings and a wonderful playing career.

From TheJournal.ie Want to know how to deal with a difficult boss? Our career expert is waiting for your questions Ask Away

Want to know how to deal with a difficult boss? Our career expert is waiting for your questions

Having some strategies for handling a tricky boss can make a huge difference to you life, according to career coach Jane Downes.

# interview - Saturday 7 April, 2018

'Always being the little kid, you have to try and find a way not to get hit too hard’

Instinct, intelligence, analysis: What makes Joey Carbery the player he is?

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