Paddy Bradley talks Eamonn Coleman, Family, and Ulster football

Paddy Bradley played county football for over a decade, and prides himself at having went toe to toe with the very best.

Yet there’s a melancholy that hangs over his career as he feels frustrated about the way his county playing days were cut short.

In a four-page interview in the Gaelic Life, the Glenullin man explains how his father and club coaches honed his skills. He reminisces on how Maghera built him up as a player. And he tells the stories of the managers that he played under, the most illustrious of which was the great Eamonn Coleman, whom Bradley had a remarkable run in with in his early years.

Read the story in Thursday’s Gaelic Life to find out how Bradley felt about missing out on the Ulster final in 2011, why him and Damian Cassidy fell out in 2009, and how he managed to win that 2007 senior championship with his club.

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