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The 1% Podcast: Paul Flynn The tactics, routines and influences of the GAA great
Latest Episode: Paul Flynn The tactics, routines and influences of the GAA great
With six All-Ireland’s, 10 Leinster titles, five National Leagues, Paul Flynn will be remembered as one of Dublin’s all-time greats.
As well as earning four consecutive All-Stars, Paul was a central influence in the Dublin team from his debut in 2008 to his retirement in 2018.
In this period, he epitomised the resurgence of Dublin GAA and re-defined the role of wing forward in a period where elite GAA players brought the game to a new level.
In this podcast we talk through the tactics routines and strategies of an elite GAA player and what it takes, on and off the pitch, to perform at the highest standard.
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