Playing the long game: Dessie Farrell

After stepping down as head of the GPA, Dessie Farrell is striking out on his own as a consultant and performance coach

26th February, 2017
Playing the long game: Dessie Farrell

He speaks like a man still immersed in the life he has left behind. Instead of using words like ‘they’ or ‘their’, he talks in the current tense about ‘we’, ‘our’ and ‘us’. It is entirely possible that Dessie Farrell will never be able to fully let go of his career with the Gaelic Players Association, because it was always more than just a job for him....

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