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Quickfire Questions with Liam Moore


Name: Liam Moore
Club: Kilmeena
Age: 18
From: Carrowholly
Occupation: Student

Your mood right now in three words?
Excited, eager, focused.

Best thing about being your age?
Being able to have my first legal pint.

Best thing about being from your area?
Probably the supporters that come to our games. They never let us down.

Favourite Mayo player?
Andy Moran. He could score for fun.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
How I Met Your Mother.

What’s your most prized possession?
At the moment, my car. Even Jack Mulchrone copied me with his one.

One old club match you’d love to watch back?
U-14 West A semi-final. The first time we ever beat Westport.

Favourite team-mate?
It would be Wizard, if I could understand what he was saying.

Celebrity you’d most like to hang out with?
Would love to have a training session with Ronaldo in Carrowholly.

Favourite post-match meal?
Going to Blue Thunder for starters, then main course in MacBrides.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
Heaven is a place on earth.

Last book you read?
Can’t remember it’s been so long.

Thing that makes you nervous?
Red lights.

Favourite sporting team?
Man United.

Best advice you ever got?
Give death by a thousand cuts.

Last time you cried?
In the ‘Grodie-lock’.

Any superstitions?
Wouldn’t call it a superstition, but Eddie forgetting his boots two games in a row seems to be a good luck charm.

What winning a county title would mean in three words?
Dream come true.


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