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#Interview

# interview - Saturday 8 December, 2018

'I don't think I've ever wanted something as bad... I think I can say that collectively from the team'

After endless heartbreak, the time is now for Eimear Meaney’s Mournebbey to reach the Holy Grail.

# interview - Saturday 1 December, 2018

Stephen Kenny shares his experience of adoption and searching for his birth mother

The new Ireland U21 manager spoke at length to RTÉ’s Marian Finucane this morning.

# interview - Thursday 29 November, 2018

'It taught me to enjoy rugby because there's a lot of worse jobs you could be doing'

Towering Connacht lock Gavin Thornbury has been involved in Ireland training under Joe Schmidt.

'I was only trying to add an extra zero onto Conor's contract!'

Simon Zebo is settling happily into life in Paris but still harbours hopes of playing for Ireland.

# interview - Sunday 18 November, 2018

'I know myself with injury, it’s hard to feel a part of it when you haven’t really participated in the win'

Kilkerrin-Clonberne captain Louise Ward ready to give sidelined sister Nicola one more day out before the season’s close as Mourneabbey clash looms.

# interview - Thursday 15 November, 2018

From TheJournal.ie The letter Michael O'Leary sent to Matt Cooper when he asked to write a book on Ryanair Declined

The letter Michael O'Leary sent to Matt Cooper when he asked to write a book on Ryanair

O’Leary said he had “no interest in such books” and outlined he would not be available for an interview.

# interview - Monday 12 November, 2018

From TheJournal.ie TheJournal.ie live: Join us as we interview Matt Cooper about all things Michael O'Leary and Ryanair Be In The Audience

# interview - Sunday 11 November, 2018

'We were near finished the book and my son got murdered'

Irish boxing legend Eamonn Magee chats to The42 about his turbulent life inside and outside the ring.

# interview - Saturday 10 November, 2018

'Don't get me wrong — it's been the hardest 10 months I've ever gone through'

2018 has put him to the test, but Charlton Athletic’s Irish playmaker is finally closing in on a return.

# interview - Sunday 4 November, 2018

'You can't take any medal for granted. There are players that go their whole career without getting to a cup final'

Now in his seventh season at Oriel Park, John Mountney looks ahead to Dundalk’s FAI Cup final against Cork City later today.

# interview - Saturday 3 November, 2018

'I was standing on a cottage roof, freezing to death, shovelling snow. I think: do you want to go back to that?'

Wexford Youths manager Tom Elmes moved to Ireland aged 21 from Birmingham. On Sunday he will try and secure a league and cup double at the Aviva Stadium.

'We were unlucky in 2016 and lost on penalties last year. If anyone looked like winning those games, it was us'

Brian Gartland looks ahead to Sunday’s FAI Cup final against Cork City where Dundalk are aiming to secure the double.

# interview - Friday 2 November, 2018

'Getting suited and booted on cup final morning, it's a real highlight in your career'

Defender Dane Massey looks ahead to Sunday’s FAI Cup final, where Dundalk will look to seal the double.

'A lot of people who complain about our style of football will be sat at home on Sunday'

Cork City’s direct approach has been vindicated by their results, says defender Alan Bennett.

# interview - Monday 29 October, 2018

# interview - Sunday 28 October, 2018

'Bayern Munich had already sold tickets for the next round... We were minutes away from history' Good Times This post contains videos

'Bayern Munich had already sold tickets for the next round... We were minutes away from history'

Mick Kearin reflects on going up against Franz Beckenbauer, being the only Kildare man to be capped by Ireland and the difficulties in loving a “foreign game”.

# interview - Thursday 25 October, 2018

'I came back and sat my Junior Cert again... I would say to any kid going over now, concentrate on your schoolwork first'

Finn Harps defender Ciaran Coll recalls his early days at Hearts as well as looking ahead to next week’s pivotal play-off matches.

# interview - Monday 22 October, 2018

'He was prouder that I played for England than he was flying over Buckingham Palace during World War II' Wrighty This post contains videos

'He was prouder that I played for England than he was flying over Buckingham Palace during World War II'

Ian Wright dedicated his 2016 autobiography to school teacher Syd Pigden. He recalls memories of the first male role model in his life, who passed away last December.

# interview - Sunday 21 October, 2018

'Leeds United were over for a second or third look at me the day I got my ankle broken in two places'

Con McLaughlin, the first Donegal man to score 100 goals in the League of Ireland, looks back on his career.

Ireland's second fastest marathon runner ever on representing Australia and realising her potential at 41

Mayo native Sinead Diver reflects on her phenomenal Melbourne Marathon triumph.

# interview - Friday 19 October, 2018

From TheJournal.ie The Candidate: TheJournal.ie podcast talks to Peter Casey Aras 18

The Candidate: TheJournal.ie podcast talks to Peter Casey

The Candidate brings TheJournal.ie readers closer to the presidential hopefuls, thanks to six in-depth interviews.

# interview - Saturday 13 October, 2018

'When Jack left me out of the squad for the Euros, I was devastated… I wasn’t the same player or person' Honesty This post contains videos

'When Jack left me out of the squad for the Euros, I was devastated… I wasn’t the same player or person'

Ex-Ireland international Dave Langan opens up about the highs and lows of his career.

# interview - Friday 12 October, 2018

'I really enjoyed my time at Leinster but knew Johnny was only gone for two years'

Jimmy Gopperth is back at the RDS with Wasps tonight, but a serious knee injury denies him the chance to face his former club.

‘Courtois got injured at Stamford Bridge and there was a chance of coming on. I was crapping myself on the bench’

Sligo Rovers goalkeeper Mitchell Beeney discusses his time at Chelsea and why he chose to move to Ireland.

# interview - Thursday 11 October, 2018

'It was a risk going down there because if it didn't work out, where would I have gone from there?'

Irish international Enda Stevens on how dropping down to League Two helped rejuvenate his career.

'Change before change is needed': Sea swims, saunas and stretching giving Ringrose the edge

Complacency isn’t part of the Leinster centre’s DNA as he strives to become a better player each day.

# interview - Tuesday 2 October, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Arlene Foster says the Good Friday Agreement can be changed. Is she right? Explainer

Arlene Foster says the Good Friday Agreement can be changed. Is she right?

“I have respect for Arlene, but she is wrong on this,” Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said.

# interview - Sunday 30 September, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Jane Sanders: 'Bernie would have beaten Donald Trump; he hasn't decided yet if he'll run in 2020' Interview

Jane Sanders: 'Bernie would have beaten Donald Trump; he hasn't decided yet if he'll run in 2020'

In an interview with TheJournal.ie, Jane Sanders said that the focus for the next few months was for the Democrats to regain control in the House of Representatives and the Senate.

# interview - Saturday 29 September, 2018

'I didn't want to go to college or university, I wanted to live my dream'

18-year-old badminton star Nhat Nguyen has shown huge potential at underage level, and now that he’s turned pro, is doing everything to qualify for Tokyo 2020.

'I was young, I had a bit of money and I thought I had the world at my feet'

Neil Yadolahi is hoping for better times ahead after frequent challenges to his physical and mental health.

'There’s nothing like being thrown in the deep end in a foreign country to make yourself grow up a bit'

Ian Madigan is intent on playing for Ireland again, making a case while settling to life in the Premiership under Pat Lam.

# interview - Sunday 23 September, 2018

‘I’ve good friends that are in prison and some that are dead. For me football was an escape’ Goalscorer This post contains videos

‘I’ve good friends that are in prison and some that are dead. For me football was an escape’

Mark Quigley discusses his time at Millwall and his League of Ireland career where the Dubliner won every domestic honour and was named PFAI Player of the Year.

‘We were about to hike up a volcano in Chile… I got an email saying Ulster Rugby want you over’ Dream Ticket This post contains videos

‘We were about to hike up a volcano in Chile… I got an email saying Ulster Rugby want you over’

Neil Walsh recalls the unlikely series of events that led to an incredible opportunity.

# interview - Saturday 22 September, 2018

Nephew of a Wallaby wing, Monty Ioane now making his own name in Pro14

The 23-year-old Aussie wing is a crucial player for the ever-improving Benetton.

# interview - Thursday 20 September, 2018

‘I had to hand over my home... But I would walk up to Tallaght Stadium, and it would all be forgotten about’ Hard Times This post contains videos

‘I had to hand over my home... But I would walk up to Tallaght Stadium, and it would all be forgotten about’

The story of a die-hard Shamrock Rovers fan Mick McCarthy who got back ‘up the ladder’ again after a difficult period.

# interview - Sunday 16 September, 2018

'I want to be part of the Ireland team because they’re more like a family than the British team'

Athlete Leon Reid on switching allegiances, growing up in foster homes and why he wasn’t at his best during the Europeans.

'Two days after Wembley, I was seeing people on their death bed and I was lucky to make it'

Twenty-year-old goalkeeper Nathan Gartside was on the verge of a first-team breakthrough at Watford when a life-threatening illness altered his career path dramatically. He is now back to full health and chasing his dream again.

# interview - Saturday 15 September, 2018

'You've a handful here, boy'- Donaghy's warning to a Longford defender before the Star was born

Longford defender Barry Gilleran recalls marking Kieran Donaghy in 2006 when he made his breakthrough for Kerry.

# interview - Thursday 13 September, 2018

'When I first moved to England… Coming back to Ireland would have been a last resort' New Perspective This post contains videos

'When I first moved to England… Coming back to Ireland would have been a last resort'

UCD attacker Conor Davis on his rejuvenation in the First Division after a difficult end to his spell at Reading.

# interview - Sunday 9 September, 2018

Facing Zidane in Dublin, an ill-fated stint in England and becoming one of Irish football's all-time top scorers LOI Legends This post contains videos

Facing Zidane in Dublin, an ill-fated stint in England and becoming one of Irish football's all-time top scorers

Former Bohemians and UCD star Derek Swan reflects on a memorable career.

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