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  • The Good Son | Paul McVeigh

    The Good Son

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Paul McVeigh
    • Narrated By Paul McVeigh
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    Mickey Donnelly is smart, which isn't a good thing in his part of town. Despite having a dog called Killer and being in love with the girl next door, everyone calls him gay. He dreams of going to America, taking Wee Maggie and Ma with him to get them away from Belfast and Da. Mickey realises it's all down to him. He has to protect Ma from herself. And sometimes, you have to be a bad boy to be a good son.

    Cathy Jo Cress says: "Slice of the troubles both Funny and masterfully written"
  • The Stupid Footballer Is Dead: Insights into the Mind of a Professional Footballer | Paul McVeigh

    The Stupid Footballer Is Dead: Insights into the Mind of a Professional Footballer

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    Professional football in the modern era is played every bit as much in the mind as on the pitch. More and more it's becoming clear that natural talent is nowhere near enough to sustain a career in the modern game. Players need to be smart; not academically but in terms of their thinking. The ones who are dedicated, with mental resilience and a winner's psychology are prospering and will continue to do so as the game evolves. The stupid footballer is dead.

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