Alan Quinlan speaks to Joe Molloy about dealing with anxiety and other mental health strains during his career. The highs of Munster's great days in Europe are covered along with the lows of missing out on the 2009 Lions tour of South Africa and of course the death of teammate, friend and Munster legend Anthony Foley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alan Quinlan sits down with Joe Molloy to chat in detail about his rugby union career from a fledgling schoolboy all the way up to winning Heineken Cups with Munster and appearing at three World Cups with Ireland. Some great stories about those triumphs at Thomond, Ronan O'Gara and Paul O'Connell feature along with tales from international duty.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Six Nations Round 4 preview with Alan Quinlan & Matt Williams
VMTV Rugby Pod
Dave McIntyre is joined by Alan Quinlan & Matt Williams to preview a massive weekend in the Guinness Six Nations. Up first, Ireland's trip to Edinburgh on Sunday to face a Scotland side that will no doubt fancy their chances of a home win. Before that however, France head to Twickenham for Le Crunch, taking on an England side with plenty of questions still left to answer in this championship. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Heineken Champions Cup final memories | Alan Quinlan and Mike Ross
OTB's Saturday Panel
Alan Quinlan and Mike Ross join John Duggan on what would have been Heineken Champions Cup final day, to discuss their memories of the competition from their six final appearances.Everyone’s in the Team Of Us.Vodafone. The Official Sponsor of the Irish Rugby Team.
Munster hero Alan Quinlan is the latest legend to relive his Heineken Champions Cup story with Martyn Hindley. Quinlan reveals he never believed Munster could rule Europe, what was going through his head during the Miracle Match, and how his Munster side compare to his beloved Liverpool FC!
We finally got it done! I chat with Munster and Ireland (more importantly, my schools coach) legend Alan Quinlan.It was a Skype chat so the sound quality isn't at studio standards but I did manage to get it to a pretty good level 4mins in.*Rate & ReviewShow Notes:Join Patreon for exclusive content: https://patreon.com/tomomahonybuckshotMerch Shop:https://teepublic.com/user/tomomahony