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Michael Hayes
High intensity football writing. Journalism student.
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Larry Ryan Apr 5
“Whether you have experience or not, whether you are any good or not, it doesn’t really matter. You can turn up and play away according to your own standards, reach your own potential and you’re not judged for it.”
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Anna Kessel Apr 4
We needed this piece. Why praising people for ‘keeping calm’ in the face of racist abuse is whack. It’s been the standard response from pundits & sports media forever. It’s time people began to think about the ramifications of that phrase. Hugely important writing from
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Michael Hayes Apr 2
Are you sure he hasn't been made Executive Vice President?
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Amy Lawrence Mar 25
Evening shout for this. Most obvious thing was that the kids involved showed zero evidence of thinking 'boy footballer' or 'girl footballer' but just 'good footballer'. 👏
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Michael Hayes Mar 21
Nailed it on so many levels.
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Michael Hayes Mar 20
We did a feature on the history of the Valencia crest a while back, might be worth revisiting in the wake of the new Batman lawsuit:
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Michael Hayes Mar 20
Replying to @EwanMacKenna
We did a feature on the Valencia crest a while back might be worth a read
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Michael Hayes Mar 19
Really good series here for any LOI fans, great detail
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Philip O Rourke Mar 18
Class this....have a read. Great bit of writing, especially if you are inti your League of Ireland 😊
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Michael Hayes Mar 18
Replying to @effect_phil
Cheers Phil!
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League of Ireland Mar 18
Have a read of this excellent article by about the fortnightly trip to Turners Cross to support
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Michael Hayes Mar 18
As our French teacher always told us, un oeuf is enough.
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Michael Hayes Mar 18
Details below. Maybe we'll see something similar here for 20×20?
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Michael Hayes Mar 12
Featured on today with a piece on the Grealish incident at the weekend - a sign of the times.
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Larry Ryan Mar 2
Heartbreak, hysteria, the rage of the jilted, betrayal, ambition and bullshit. That’s football.
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Nevin Power Feb 20
A tiny preview of my interview with midfielder Conor McCormack for this Friday night's edition of . It's well worth the read (even if I do say so myself). Buy at the ground or online!Thanks to for being a patient interviewee!
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League of Ireland Feb 15
Great news on the opening day of the The Marketing Agency we spoke to regarding a league magazine have announced that they’re going ahead with the project
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Cork City FC Feb 8
“John oozes passion and that filters out to us in the dressing room. He balances it though, you don’t want to be going out onto the pitch like a demon and being sent off!” Read more in Saturday’s issue of City Edition! Subscribe online now for only €40!
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Michael Hayes Feb 6
For some reason I don't think Alan would be stuck for a ticket. And as much as the below sentiment towards is unnecessary, Alan and anyone else would still be more than welcome. Bohs and Rovers is always a great occasion too!
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Donald McRae Feb 4
I spent an amazing day in Cork with - the only female coach of a men's professional football team in Ireland. Lisa spoke about her challenges and the breakthroughs she has achieved both at and as an analyst for Northern Ireland
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