Brent Pope: 'It’s important I keep reinventing myself'
Rugby pundit tells The Sunday Business Post about his plans for the future
He's best known as the immaculately groomed pundit who put Hooky in his place when things got rowdy on RTÉ's rugby panel.
Now, after more than 20 years of entertaining fans with his sporting insights, Brent Pope is looking to the future.
Pope Shirts, the company he set up two years ago, is thriving, while the genial Kiwi also has new television projects in the pipeline.
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