On this weeks podcast Eddie got to sit down with none other then Gaelic football referee, David Gough. Over the hour the two touched upon several topics in football, the GAA as a wider community & about becoming the first openly gay top-level match official with in the organisation.
Here is what to expect
- How he started his refereeing Career
- The Sunday Game & media criticism
- Rule changes in the GAA
- Trial & tribulations on the pitch
- Coming out as a gay man
- Locker room talk & how to enact change
- Refereeing in Croke Park
Listen to the full interview here, or anywhere you do your podcast listening
If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan , Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Carlow’s Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.
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