Episode 1265: Sean Cavanagh On Mickey Harte, Becoming The Type Of Player He Hated, Desperation, And Joe Brolly
Tyrone’s Sean Cavanagh has made more championships appearances than any other outfield player in Gaelic football history, won 3 All-Irelands, 5 All-stars and a Player of the Year award in 2008. So why does he cringe when he remembers certain parts of that glittering inter-county career?
He has released a book called “The Obsession”, co-authored by Damian Lawlor, and he’s in studio today talking about his relationship with Mickey Harte, the fixation on winning which led to him becoming a cynical, win-at-all-costs footballer in his latter years, and why Peter Canavan would be a brilliant Tyrone manager.
It’s real life now. pic.twitter.com/PZUi9SEOg4
— Sean Cavanagh (@SeanCavanagh14) September 5, 2018
We also talk about Murph’s junior cert results night *reefer madness (*reefer not included), cheap shots, having your name tied to Joe Brolly for eternity, and Ken’s potty mouth.
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