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Quickfire questions with Adam Nugent



Quickfire Questions

Name: Adam Nugent  
School: Rice College Westport  
Age: 17  Position: Striker

Your mood this week in two words?
Very excited.

Best thing about being a soccer player?
The joy of scoring goals.

Best thing about being from Westport?
Great people and great craic.

Favourite boots?
Adidas – there’s no other choice.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Soccer AM

What’s your most prized possession at the moment?
My first Irish cap.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
The All-Ireland Under-15 quarter final where we beat Shamrock Rovers 3-0.

Pro player you’d most like to have a kick-around with?
Ronaldo – out The Point here in Westport.

Favourite post-match meal?
Chicken and pasta – boring, but brilliant.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
Starlight by Dave.

Last book you read?
Harry Potter – I love them all.

Thing that makes you nervous?
Big football games.

Favourite soccer team?
Man United. Tradition, history and because Dad and I are fanatics.

Best advice you ever got?
Keep the head down, work hard and the rewards will come.

Last time you cried?
When we won the All-Ireland semi-final. I just couldn’t stop myself.

Sum up winning this final in three words?
Dream come true.


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