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Real Talks Podcast with GAA Legends

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Hey folks, Just posting this here for anyone interested in podcasts. The first season had current players such as Kevin McManamon, Brendan Maher, Jamie Clarke, Noel Connors and Cora Staunton. Delighted to say to next ten episodes will be with former players and focusing on life lessons learned from playing, transitioning out of the game and more. First up this time is Oisin McConville. You can find it on iTunes, SoundCloud or Stitcher by searching 'Real Talks' or simply by clicking here: http://realtalks.ie/podcast/episode-11-oisin-mcconville/ "There was so much more to football than just winning things...When we played with Cross there was a bond that will never, ever be broken." Hope anyone who listens, enjoys it.

RealTalks (Cavan) - 10/09/2017 12:41:14    2044601

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Replying To RealTalks:  "Hey folks, Just posting this here for anyone interested in podcasts. The first season had current players such as Kevin McManamon, Brendan Maher, Jamie Clarke, Noel Connors and Cora Staunton. Delighted to say to next ten episodes will be with former players and focusing on life lessons learned from playing, transitioning out of the game and more. First up this time is Oisin McConville. You can find it on iTunes, SoundCloud or Stitcher by searching 'Real Talks' or simply by clicking here: http://realtalks.ie/podcast/episode-11-oisin-mcconville/ "There was so much more to football than just winning things...When we played with Cross there was a bond that will never, ever be broken." Hope anyone who listens, enjoys it."
Listened to the podcast on the commute to work this morning. Really good interview. Oisin is an often an engaging talker and you managed to bring the best out of him with your interview style. I hadn't listened to your podcasts before but I'll check out the historic ones and will be interested to hear your future efforts. Good job.

Greenfield (Meath) - 12/09/2017 11:22:26    2045179

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This week on the podcast is Michael Fennelly, an eight time All-Ireland winner with Kilkenny. The 2011 Hurler of the Year was incredibly honest about the impact his love of hurling has had on his body and mind and the many challenges he has had to overcome. Now in the latter end of his career at 32, he has changed jobs, studied leadership, started lecturing and began a journey into the entrepreneurial world. There is zero doubt that Michael Fennelly is much more than just a hurler. You can listen here: http://realtalks.ie/podcast/episode-12-michael-fennelly/

RealTalks (Cavan) - 15/09/2017 18:26:48    2046301

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