Episode 1816: The Game That Changed My Life With John O’Shea
400 appearances for Man United, five Premier League titles, a Champions League and 118 caps for his country – joining us today for The Game That Changed My Life is one of the all time legends of Irish football, John O’Shea.
There are obviously plenty of games for John to choose from, having captained his country at a major tournament, scored the only goal in a Champions League semi-final first leg against Arsenal, and that time he nutmegged Luis Figo.
John O'Shea nutmegs Luis Figo, surely his greatest every moment ??????https://t.co/tMEJrfqXOL
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) March 29, 2018
Plus there’s John doing a job on Robbie Keane between the sticks, the first time he met Fergie, home-comings in Waterford, staying to do his Leaving Cert and the decision making process an ultra talented young footballer goes through when deciding what club to join.
On this day in 2007, John O'Shea made his goalkeeping debut for #MUFC…
He did a pretty good job, too! ???? pic.twitter.com/tNIc6Ogsjn
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 4, 2018
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