Episode 1734: The Player’s Chair With Kevin McManamon
Every great team has an origin story, the moment the path to greatness was made. Hard as it is to remember it now, in 2011 Dublin were the team that cracked in tight games. That is, until the 63rd minute of that All Ireland final, when Kevin McManamon’s brilliant goal changed the momentum of the game, and set Dublin on their way.
Today he chats to Richie about how he got into sports psychology, wrestling with his own inner critic, his own need for self care, the Irish fear of being cocky, what his next career step might be and the void that will be left once football is gone from his life.
Plus there’s Richie’s 2011 All Ireland final experience and Richie’s big day out as a podcast technician.
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