Oisin McConville joins the lads today to discuss his career with Crossmaglen Rangers and Armagh, Joe Kernan and Francie Bellew.
In the course of the interview, McConville touched on his difficulties with gambling and told a remarkable story from the 2004 Ulster Final, which was held at Croke Park.
McConville recalls that his gambling was 'out of control' in 2004 yet he was playing perhaps the best football of his career.
In 2004, we were going to the Ulster Final, and I got a text message from a boy saying to watch my back today that I'd be got because I owed him money and I was ducking and diving and avoiding him. And that was on the bus journey into the game.
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McConville says he was as 'white as a ghost' running out onto Croke Park that day. Armagh won handily and in later years, McConville revisited the newspaper clippings for the game (thanks to his mother who kept all of them).
They did a caption on everyone, giving them marks out of ten, and for me it said 'looks like the only player on the Armagh team who can play with complete freedom'.
And I thought, that's ironic. What a load of bullshit!
Now, for the competition...
Competition: Win the other half of Oisin McConville's sandwich. Fresh from the @woolleymills. RT and follow to enter. pic.twitter.com/dqP2aF3t6D
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) July 23, 2015