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#Interview

# interview - Sunday 17 February, 2019

'You give everything you have, running around like a lunatic, and I’m still doing that at nearly 70' Football Man This post contains videos

'You give everything you have, running around like a lunatic, and I’m still doing that at nearly 70'

National team kit man and former League of Ireland star Mick Lawlor reflects on his football career.

How a former Aer Lingus flight attendant became one of the most famous Irish athletes on the planet

Becky Lynch chats to The42 about her remarkable rise to the top of WWE.

# interview - Saturday 16 February, 2019

Hogan's contact skills pushing Leinster players forward while avoiding injury

After winning the Champions Cup, Leinster decided to create a new position in their backroom team.

# interview - Wednesday 13 February, 2019

'I know it's possible to turn it around. Plenty of others already have'

Evan Pierce is starting from scratch after being hit by the harsh reality of professional football.

# interview - Sunday 10 February, 2019

'I still believe deep down that I can make it as a Premier League player'

Ex-Ireland U21 captain Tommie Hoban hasn’t allowed injuries to dampen his desire to succeed.

# interview - Saturday 9 February, 2019

'Stephen has special needs, but whenever Tom could pass a ball to him, he did. If there was a ruck, he'd drag him in'

Stephen Lee and Tom Farrell battled alongside one another for Coolmine RFC as kids, with each man going on to achieve success in an Irish shirt.

'I've been in Ireland for 18 years, I love the country, but in football there is a lot of negativity'

UCD U19s boss Maciej Tarnogrodzki offers his thoughts on the development of young Irish players.

# interview - Friday 8 February, 2019

From The Daily Edge Help, I can’t stop watching chat show interviews from the 00s Throwback

Help, I can’t stop watching chat show interviews from the 00s

And a look back on some of the best.

# interview - Thursday 7 February, 2019

'When I was on the trolley in Vincent's, I definitely didn't think I'd play again'

It’s been a long, hard road for Ireland star Alison Miller – but she’s delighted to be back in the green jersey.

# interview - Sunday 3 February, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Varadkar confirms that children's hospital review WILL be able to find individuals accountable Interview

Varadkar confirms that children's hospital review WILL be able to find individuals accountable

Varadkar said the terms of reference of the review would be changed.

# interview - Saturday 2 February, 2019

'When a manager brings you in and then goes after a few games, it's not ideal'

Ireland international Andy Boyle chats about his recent move to Scottish side Ross County.

# interview - Thursday 31 January, 2019

'Anything's going to be better than last year' - Leitrim back after championship absence

The senior ladies team open their league campaign on Sunday under new manager Gavin Cawley.

# interview - Monday 28 January, 2019

'I remember telling the lads in school I'd like to play rugby and they laughed'

Michelle Claffey was brought up in a Gaelic football household but has overcome two serious knee injuries to fulfil her ambition of playing rugby for Ireland.

# interview - Sunday 27 January, 2019

'It would be a dream to race a World Cup final in Dublin, it would be insane' Looking Ahead This post contains videos

'It would be a dream to race a World Cup final in Dublin, it would be insane'

Clare native Liam Jegou has been making waves in the world of canoeing from his French base, yet he yearns to return home some day.

# interview - Tuesday 22 January, 2019

'It's something we'll always have as a family. A dream come true'

After a difficult three years, Shane Lowry ended his long wait for a fourth career victory on Saturday. He tells The42 why it meant the world to him.

# interview - Sunday 20 January, 2019

'I'm not angry or bitter. I'm fit, healthy and happy again and that's important'

After questioning whether she’d ever play again, Niamh Briggs has bounced back from two injury-ravaged seasons to rediscover her love of rugby, even after being overlooked for Ireland’s Six Nations squad.

The Ireland and Liverpool star unwilling to settle for second best

After a trophy-filled career, Niamh Fahey hopes her club success can finally translate to international level.

# interview - Saturday 19 January, 2019

The last Irishman to play a Champions League game is on the hunt for promotion in England

Eoghan O’Connell is aiming for a return to League One next season.

# interview - Sunday 13 January, 2019

Ex-Ireland prop Fitzpatrick embedded in US rugby's exciting rise

The former Ulster man is head coach of the Houston SaberCats in Major League Rugby.

# interview - Saturday 12 January, 2019

MacGinty denied Connacht return but big 2019 ahead for Ireland's Eagle Aj

MacGinty denied Connacht return but big 2019 ahead for Ireland's Eagle

The Dublin-born out-half misses Sale’s game against Connacht this afternoon, but won’t let his injury setback knock him off course.

'Looking back now, I wasn't giving myself the best opportunity... I wasn't in the best shape'

Stephen O’Donnell on his decision to retire and how he transformed his flailing career at Dundalk.

# interview - Thursday 10 January, 2019

From TheJournal.ie 'We had a very short interval': Some practitioners concerned over timing of abortion services Abortion

'We had a very short interval': Some practitioners concerned over timing of abortion services

Some hospitals are waiting for the system to be fully up and running before providing the service.

# interview - Wednesday 9 January, 2019

'I was pretty much retired' - The rejuvenation of the Irish star aiming to end Man City's bid for glory

Burton Albion’s Stephen Quinn chats to The42 ahead of his side’s League Cup semi final with Pep Guardiola’s men tonight.

# interview - Tuesday 8 January, 2019

Doddie Weir: Living with MND, the crusade for a cure and the global rugby family

‘The truly amazing support from the rugby community gives me a reason to get up in the morning.’

# interview - Tuesday 1 January, 2019

‘I’m quite a quiet person’ - The Irish teen sensation who can’t stop breaking records

Sligo swimmer Mona McSharry looks back on her highs and lows of 2018.

'The kind of woman I want to be': Blazing a trail to show fitness and pregnancy can be combined

Moire O’Sullivan kept track of all the little battles she had to take on to return to her sport after pregnancy.

The Irishman who battled alcoholism, fought for the world title and was never knocked down in 57 pro bouts Interview This post contains videos

The Irishman who battled alcoholism, fought for the world title and was never knocked down in 57 pro bouts

Seán Mannion chats to The42 about his remarkable boxing career.

# interview - Monday 31 December, 2018

'My career finished with injury and the thing I feared most, my mother dying, happened at that moment... I was 21'

Paul Ferris on adapting to life as a former footballer.

# interview - Saturday 29 December, 2018

'Sometimes it's better to accept what can't be and move on': The Irish coach pressing reset in Bangladesh

Lisburn native Johnny McKinstry turned down football opportunities in the UK to stick to his guns and his sense of adventure.

'I'm a lot more prepared this time to see how far I'm capable of going in England'

Kieran Sadlier feels ready to make an impression in the UK after a three-year stint in the League of Ireland.

# interview - Friday 28 December, 2018

The man in Joe Schmidt's first Ireland squad who played his final competitive game at 26

An injury sustained in a Premiership semi-final in 2015 forced Niall Morris into early retirement.

'At my age, I thought the opportunity to play for my country might not come along'

Millwall midfielder Shaun Williams on a year that saw him make his Ireland debut and score for the first time on the international stage.

# interview - Thursday 27 December, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Ó Cuív on that 'rogue' NI candidate launch: 'I knew what I was doing. I'm happy to take the punishment. I did it for the greater good' Interview

Ó Cuív on that 'rogue' NI candidate launch: 'I knew what I was doing. I'm happy to take the punishment. I did it for the greater good'

The Galway West TD says he has no regrets about losing his seat on the frontbench.

'It's been a mad few months': From Trinity and Dalymount to marking Mo Salah and gracing the Fifa Club World Cup Ben Mohamed Baby This post contains videos

'It's been a mad few months': From Trinity and Dalymount to marking Mo Salah and gracing the Fifa Club World Cup

Ayman Ben Mohamed talks about his time in the League of Ireland, studying at Trinity and winning the African Champions League.

'Being in a team with guys like Shearer and Owen is something I definitely appreciate more now'

Former Ireland winger Alan O’Brien reflects on his career in football.

# interview - Wednesday 26 December, 2018

'I was thinking about my sister when she was diagnosed... I couldn't feel sorry for myself'

Ireland’s Sanita Puspure on overcoming doubt and personal adversity in 2018 to become a world champion.

The first female Irish athlete in 40 years to hold both the 100 and 200m records on her life-changing year History Maker This post contains videos

The first female Irish athlete in 40 years to hold both the 100 and 200m records on her life-changing year

Phil Healy chats to The42 about the changes she implemented that contributed to a career-best 12 months.

# interview - Tuesday 25 December, 2018

'My chance to play in the Premier League was probably taken away from me... I have to move on from that' Recovery This post contains videos

'My chance to play in the Premier League was probably taken away from me... I have to move on from that'

Alan Judge on going to ‘hell and back’ before a year that saw him achieve significant milestones for club and country alike.

# interview - Monday 24 December, 2018

The Class of '92 Manchester United star who never graduated

Ben Thornley speaks to The42 about tracking down David Beckham, injury problems, the influence of Roy Keane and regrets about his treatment of some of the women in his life.

‘I hid in my room and played the PlayStation as a kid. I was very quiet, but cycling gave me my identity’

Cyclist Sam Bennett speaks about a successful 2018 which saw him collect three stages at the Giro d’Italia.

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