The Player’s Voice returns for the 2023 season
The Gaelic Players Association podcast, The Player’s Voice, is back for the 2023 season. Following on from a 21-episode run last year (including a ‘Best Of’ Christmas special) host Alan O’Mara will be sitting down with players across the four codes, to talk about a variety of topics that have impacted their lives both positively and negatively.
Guests will discuss the lessons they have learned through experience, pass on their advice to their fellow players and make an honest assessment of how they’ve tried to find balance between their sporting commitments and their personal and professional lives.
Episode 1 features Tyrone’s All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Niall Morgan who talks about the need for supporters to think about the person behind the player and the impact lining out at elite inter-county level has on not only himself but his family and friends.
You can listen to The Player’s Voice with Niall Morgan at the following links:
It can also be found on The Player’s Voice feed on Off the Ball’s podcast streaming service.
In future episodes this season The Player’s Voice will hear from Louth footballer Sam Mulroy, former Antrim camogie player Jane Adams, recently retired Cork footballers Orla Finn and Orlagh Farmer and Dublin footballer Leah Caffrey.
The Player’s Voice is produced in association with Real Talks and is brought to you by BEO360, the GPA’s Player Development Programme. BEO360 aims to support players with all aspects of their lives under the four pillars of Dual Career, Lifeskills, Wellbeing and Transition. Players should contact the GPA’s Player Development Team of Jennifer Rogers (email@example.com), Arron Graffin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephen Henry (email@example.com) to begin their BEO360 journey. All three are themselves former inter-county players.