#42 Paul McShane: "I made the right decision" to leave Manchester United
Red Devil Talk
Jimmy is joined by former Manchester United, West Brom, Sunderland, Reading & Republic of Ireland defender Paul McShane on this weeks episode. Paul speaks about how setbacks early in his career helped shape the player he then became, the impact of COVID-19 on life for a professional athlete and psychological challenges such as fear of reinjury. More, Paul speaks about the values he took from being in a high performance environment at United that are applicable to life away from sport, highlighting the importance of a "relentless work ethic" and a desire "to seek self improvement." Red Devil Talk is brought to you in association with Classic Retro Shirts. For a £10 discount off your purchase, you can use the code RDT10 when checking out. Check them out at classicretros.co.uk
Paul McShane joins Will Perry, Jon Wilkin & Mark Flanagan on Out Of Your League this week to discuss his rugby league journey from almost going part time in 2015 to becoming Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel in 2020. The Castleford Tigers hooker also reflects on the influence of Daryl Powell on his career and looks ahead to a potential World Cup appearance later in the year.
Paul McShane - "Handing in my transfer request to Sir Alex"
The Official Manchester United Podcast
This week we hear from Paul McShane about his experiences coming through the Manchester United Academy system and onwards. The Ireland international recalled his time at United and the demands that were placed on young players very early; after winning the FA Youth Cup, the team still got an earful from Sir Alex Ferguson.He also told us how his compatriot Roy Keane would be another one to give him "tough love" on the training pitch. Paul never played a competitive game for the club, as he saw the competition for his place and thought his career was best served elsewhere. He talked us through his mindset at that time and how he plucked up the courage to deliver his hand-written transfer request to Sir Alex Ferguson, in person.Helen, Sam and Maysie also read out your emails at the end of the episode. If you'd like to write to the only official Manchester United Podcast then e-mail email@example.com We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Inside Rugby League - Episode 33: Castleford Tigers’ Paul McShane is Man of Steel; Gareth Ellis retires; the Grand Final
Inside Rugby League
Richard Byram and Peter Smith discuss Castleford Tigers Paul McShane being named Steve Prescott Man of Steel, the retirement of modern day great Gareth Ellis, Bradford Bulls’ attempts to return to Super League and this Friday’s Grand Final between Wigan and St Helens and a controversial choice of referee.
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EFL: Extra Time Podcast
Harrogate and Swindon look to build on their storming starts, there's another tough test for Oxford, Wigan, Bolton and Exeter, and Macclesfield Town, sadly, have been wound up, but are the EFL to blame?-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow Us!@Luke2Wallace @OllyJ_Journo @JackCross2711Email Usfirstname.lastname@example.org
An interview with former club captain Paul McShane, offering insight in to his career at Reading and some raw emotions.Hosted by Paul Mann.Guest: Paul McShane Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
5: Episode 5: St Helens v Warrington with guest John Bastian and Paul McShane
The Full Eighty Minutes
Mick and Craig were joined in the studio by the head of youth development at the Bradford Bulls, John Bastian, for this week's episode of the Full Eighty Minutes. Craig also made a call to Castleford Tigers man Paul McShane during half-time of the night's game, which ended St Helens 13 - 18 Warrington Wolves.