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Interview

# interview - Friday 29 August, 2014

From The Score ‘The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they’re comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt’ Interview

‘The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they’re comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt’

We caught up with London Irish’s new prop Tom Court to talk about the turmoil in Ulster and the end of his international career.

# interview - Wednesday 27 August, 2014

Louise McSharry on cancer diagnosis: ‘They are brilliant odds’

The 2fm presenter revealed she is to start treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

# interview - Sunday 24 August, 2014

From The Score ‘You have to be a bit crazed or obsessed to get to Louis van Gaal’s level’ Interview

‘You have to be a bit crazed or obsessed to get to Louis van Gaal’s level’

TheScore.ie chat to the United manager’s biographer about what the club’s fans can expect from the coach.

# interview - Thursday 21 August, 2014

From The Score Paddy Jackson: I was sad to see Anscombe leave, but training is class with Kiss Comeback Kid

Paddy Jackson: I was sad to see Anscombe leave, but training is class with Kiss

The Ulster and Ireland out-half talks to us about his recovery from a fractured vertebrae and a new era around Ravenhill.

# interview - Monday 18 August, 2014

From The Score Jerry Seinfeld on the link between baseball and comedy Common Ground

Jerry Seinfeld on the link between baseball and comedy

He recently sat down for a Q&A with Mark Simon of ESPN.com and explained his love for the sport.

# interview - Sunday 17 August, 2014

From The Score Raheny boss urges ‘equal funding’ for men and women’s domestic soccer Interview

Raheny boss urges ‘equal funding’ for men and women’s domestic soccer

The club recently reached the last 32 of the women’s Champions League.

Olympic champion, assistant to the Prime Minister, Madonna’s babysitter: The lies people tell on their CVs…

Stand out from the crowd, but not for all the wrong reasons, warn employers.

# interview - Thursday 14 August, 2014

From The Score Weakened Liverpool have failed to replace Suarez, admits ‘gutted’ Carragher Interview

Weakened Liverpool have failed to replace Suarez, admits ‘gutted’ Carragher

We caught up with your favourite Scouser ahead of the Premier League kick-off.

# interview - Thursday 7 August, 2014

From The Score Donegal better prepared physically for All-Ireland challenge this year – Lacey Interview

Donegal better prepared physically for All-Ireland challenge this year – Lacey

The star says his side’s training has been far superior compared with 2013.

# interview - Monday 4 August, 2014

From The Score Intense competition in the blood for 17-year-old O’Brien, but she’s missing one ingredient for Rio 2016 Interview

Intense competition in the blood for 17-year-old O’Brien, but she’s missing one ingredient for Rio 2016

‘You have to teach your brain to keep going when your brain says stop’.

# interview - Sunday 3 August, 2014

From The Score Interview: The man who made football history with the Ireland under-19 women this summer ACHIEVEMENT

Interview: The man who made football history with the Ireland under-19 women this summer

Dave Connell and his side reached the semi-finals of the European Championships recently.

# interview - Saturday 2 August, 2014

From The Score A view from outside: Does LOI need to be stronger for Ireland to thrive at international level? Interview

A view from outside: Does LOI need to be stronger for Ireland to thrive at international level?

Guillem Balague and Gaizka Mendieta on what the Irish team needs to do to improve.

From The Score ‘The worst part of my epic 45-day Pacific Ocean excursion? When the iPods stopped working’ Interview

‘The worst part of my epic 45-day Pacific Ocean excursion? When the iPods stopped working’

Dubliner Philip Cavanagh recently became the first Irishman ever to row the 2,000-plus miles journey.

# interview - Sunday 27 July, 2014

From The Score Paul Kimmage: ‘The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice’ Interview

Paul Kimmage: ‘The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice’

The Irish journalist is the subject of a new documentary about his troubled relationship with the sport of cycling.

# interview - Saturday 26 July, 2014

From The Score The Irishmen set to play 80 consecutive hours of snooker Interview

The Irishmen set to play 80 consecutive hours of snooker

Gordon O Loughlin and Kieran Ferns from Ennis will undertake this mammoth task starting on 15 August.

From The Score This Irish filmmaker-turned-kickboxer needs your help Support

This Irish filmmaker-turned-kickboxer needs your help

Brosna O’Donovan is in the process of making a film about the success of the sport in Ireland.

From The Score Rob Kearney: The days of ‘It’s just a knock, I’ll be fine’ are gone Player Welfare

Rob Kearney: The days of ‘It’s just a knock, I’ll be fine’ are gone

The Leinster and Ireland fullback talks player welfare and life beyond rugby after his first year as IRUPA chairman.

# interview - Friday 25 July, 2014

From The Score ‘I was taken by the fact that he’s such an outsider’ – Adrian McCarthy on his upcoming Paul Kimmage film Interview

‘I was taken by the fact that he’s such an outsider’ – Adrian McCarthy on his upcoming Paul Kimmage film

A new film explores the Irish journalist’s crusade against doping in cycling, his relationship with Lance Armstrong and more.

From The Score Bohs latest hero Wearen talks leaving West Ham, losing friends and resurrecting his career Interview

Bohs latest hero Wearen talks leaving West Ham, losing friends and resurrecting his career

The 21-year-old midfielder has been in excellent form for the Gypsies in recent weeks.

# interview - Thursday 24 July, 2014

Bob Geldof on return to work: ‘It turns out that I can do this shit’

“Sometimes, I mean, the needle twitches slightly, so you continue doing it,” the bereaved father said today.

# interview - Monday 21 July, 2014

HSE accepts that hiring staff internally without interview isn’t “desirable”

A senator had called for a review of how the HSE hires internally.

# interview - Wednesday 16 July, 2014

From The Score ‘I don’t want to be a one-hit wonder’ – Graeme McDowell Interview

‘I don’t want to be a one-hit wonder’ – Graeme McDowell

The Irish golfer tees off at The Open Championship at Hoylake on Thursday.

# interview - Sunday 13 July, 2014

Pope promises “solutions” to celibacy in the priesthood

Francis also condemned child sex abuse as a “leprosy” in the Church.

From The Score ‘Okey doke, we’ll leave it there so’ – Billo calls time on RTÉ career tonight Interview

‘Okey doke, we’ll leave it there so’ – Billo calls time on RTÉ career tonight

The vastly-experienced broadcaster is set to retire after the World Cup final.

From The Score James Cluskey on Irish tennis’ steady improvement and why drug testing in the sport is inept Interview

James Cluskey on Irish tennis’ steady improvement and why drug testing in the sport is inept

The Dubliner also tells TheScore.ie about just missing out on Wimbledon.

# interview - Saturday 12 July, 2014

From The Score Introducing Ireland’s 20-year-old female drag racing prodigy Interview

Introducing Ireland’s 20-year-old female drag racing prodigy

Despite barely being out of school, Gabrielle McDonald had already won the Triple British Championships.

From The Score Clare camogie boss Honan ready for ‘litmus test’ against Kilkenny Interview

Clare camogie boss Honan ready for ‘litmus test’ against Kilkenny

The manager is hopeful his side can put in an improved showing after being well beaten by the Cats in May.

# interview - Tuesday 8 July, 2014

From The Score Andrew Trimble on scaling Machu Picchu, setting up a hometown gym and multi-coloured fixies Interview

Andrew Trimble on scaling Machu Picchu, setting up a hometown gym and multi-coloured fixies

The winger is determined to follow up on a superb 2013/14 season and is thriving in life away from the rugby field.

# interview - Sunday 6 July, 2014

From The Score The sport in which ‘men and women are seen as equals’ Diversity

The sport in which ‘men and women are seen as equals’

With a 25% growth since the turn of the year, tag rugby is proving to be increasingly popular.

# interview - Saturday 5 July, 2014

From The Score Emma O’Reilly: ‘Why I’ve forgiven Lance for calling me a prostitute and an alcoholic’ Interview

Emma O’Reilly: ‘Why I’ve forgiven Lance for calling me a prostitute and an alcoholic’

The Irish whistleblower speaks out on her turbulent relationship with the disgraced American cyclist.

From The Daily Edge Bob Geldof gives first interview since the death of his daughter Peaches RIP

Bob Geldof gives first interview since the death of his daughter Peaches

Geldof says things have been “intolerable”.

# interview - Wednesday 2 July, 2014

From The Score ‘Do I want to be a pro? Hell yeah!’ Devin Toner reaping benefits of seeds sewn long ago Interview

‘Do I want to be a pro? Hell yeah!’ Devin Toner reaping benefits of seeds sewn long ago

The Meathman helps us chart his rise and rise from hurling in Castleknock to World Cup 2015.

# interview - Sunday 29 June, 2014

Elton John wants to visit with Putin to talk about gay rights

He said he does not know what will come of it, but he has to try.

From The Score ‘It’s disgusting! We’ve gone 17 days without a shower’ Interview

‘It’s disgusting! We’ve gone 17 days without a shower’

Irishman Philip Cavanagh chats to TheScore.ie while rowing a 2,100-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean.

Fantasy or reality? Pearse Doherty wanted to explain ‘Shinnernomics’, so here’s what he said…

They’re the subject of much debate so we asked Sinn Féin a few questions about their budget proposals this week. Here’s what the party finance spokesperson said…

# interview - Sunday 22 June, 2014

From The Score ‘They wouldn’t let girls like me box when I was younger,’ says new Irish world champion Interview

‘They wouldn’t let girls like me box when I was younger,’ says new Irish world champion

Sinead Beasley recently returned home from the Wako World Championships with a gold medal.

# interview - Friday 20 June, 2014

Peaches Geldof’s last interview: ‘Heroin is such a bleak drug.’

In the interview published by The Spectator, Geldof spoke about people’s preconceived ideas of her.

# interview - Wednesday 18 June, 2014

Jeremy Paxman presents final Newsnight after 25 years

His final interview will be with London Mayor Boris Johnson so it’s bound to be entertaining.

From The Score ‘They’d only gone to the bar to support the Irish team, yet they died for their love of the sport’ Interview

‘They’d only gone to the bar to support the Irish team, yet they died for their love of the sport’

TheScore.ie chats to Trevor Birney — the producer behind the ESPN ‘30 for 30′ doc on the Loughinisland tragedy.

# interview - Tuesday 17 June, 2014

VIDEO: Alex White on how austerity affects him and whether Joan Burton hurt his feelings Your Questions Answered This post contains videos

VIDEO: Alex White on how austerity affects him and whether Joan Burton hurt his feelings Exclusive

The Labour leadership hopeful answers your questions on regrets, pulling out of government and who he thinks will win the World Cup.

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