Jun 19, 2019
The name Brian Mullins will always be synonymous with a defining era for Gaelic Football in Dublin. A titan of midfield he was one of the greatest players to ever don the sky-blue jersey and was a totemic figure in the Dublin teams of the 70's and 80's. Over the course of his career he won four All-Ireland titles, nine Leinster titles, two National League titles and two All-Star awards, and became a hero of Hill 16 for his inspirational displays in the middle of the field. He has managed Derry and his club St Vincent’s to success and is currently Director of Sport in UCD.
In this episode, we deep dive into some of Brian's experiences on and off the pitch, his formative experience of summers spent with his cousins in Kerry and Clare, his time playing inter-provincial rugby with Leinster, Kevin Heffernan’s management style and unique personality, his current work with UCD and much more.