Name: Remy Moran

Age: 18

Occupation: Student


Team: Glenea United.

If you were throwing a party and you could invite anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you ask around? Kevin Bridges would definitely lighten the mood.

Where do you like to go out to celebrate after a big victory? The Shamrock or Dixon’s always have a good buzz after a win.

What’s the worst pitch you’ve ever played on? Pairc Achla Fintown

Which character in any film are you most like? Not sure really. Maybe Glenn from The Walking Dead.

Any odd items in your kit bag? There’d be a near empty Deep Heat can in there somewhere.

Who’s the biggest joker in the team you play for? Ryan McFadden.


Which team mate has the best looking other half? No comment.

Who is the worst/best trainer? John McFadden puts his heart and soul into it. Wouldn’t be the best trainer myself, been hiding in Dublin since pre season!

Who spends most time in front of the mirror in the dressing room? Joe Coll probably to make sure his colour coordinated tape looks the part.

Who’s the best/worst person to sit beside on the team bus? Sean Coll would always have a good story or two.

Who has the best and who has the worst diet on the team, and what does it include? Oran Craig would always come to a game with a bag full of fruit. Ciaran Coll would be at the other end of the spectrum.

Toughest opponent you have faced? Kevin McHugh.

Best or worst quote you’ve heard, either from a manager, player, opponent? “If you can’t get the ball get the man.”

Best manager you’ve ever played under? Kevin McFadden.

Best ever performance? All-Ireland win with the school.

One to forget? Had a shocker at home to Castlefin this season before Christmas.

Sporting ambition? Win the Premier Division with Glenea.

When you were playing in the back garden, who did you pretend to be? Luis Suarez or Steven Gerrard

If you were in charge of transfers, who’d be in and who’d be out of the team? No outs but I’d bring in one for the future, Tiernan McGinty.

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