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'No one called me Psycho - except Alan Quinlan'

Paul O’Connell appeared on The Late Late Show last night.

THERE WAS AN Irish sporting legend on The Late Late Show last night as Paul O’Connell joined Ryan Tubridy.

The former Ireland and Munster rugby captain, who retired earlier this year, gave a wide-ranging interview which touched on his early beginnings and the short-lived spell at Toulon at the end of his professional career.

Limerick native O’Connell also revealed that only former team-mate Alan Quinlan used to call him the nickname Psycho.

Posted by on Tuesday, 11 May 2021

And here’s a story which shows he had a winning mentality even as a child.

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