‘Goujons’ is the most negative man in the north

DERRY and Glen’s Michael Warnock dishes the dirt on the players who play alongside him…

Name: Michael Warnock.

Age: 30.

Teams played for: Glen, St Patrick’s, Maghera, Swatragh (hurling), Derry (hurling) and Wexford Boston (hurling).

What’s your earliest GAA memory?

It was John Bradley shouting “on your bike” at me.

Which team-mate has been the most inspirational and why?

That would have to be Conor Glass, sure he makes great coffee. .

Who’s the best team-mate to train with and why?

Eunan Mulholland is never beat, it’s ignorance at its best.

Which team-mate is the worst to train with and why?

‘Goujons’ (Connlan Bradley), he’s the most negative man in the north.

Which team-mate do you want to mark in training and why?

Emmett Bradley because we never want to give each other the upper hand.

Which team-mate do you dread marking in training and why?

Any of the Doherty brothers – Alex, Jack or Ethan – twinkle toes the lot of them.

Best score you’ve seen from a team-mate?

Alex Doherty’s goal against Lavey in the championship a few years ago.

What win has your team celebrated the most?

Winning our first Derry’s senior football title.

Which team-mate is the best on journeys away?

Would have to be Stevie O Hara for his one-liners.

Which club is the worst for journeys away?

Up to Steelstown, it’s some drive.

What’s the worst excuse you’ve heard to get out of training?

Dog training.

Which team-mate is the loudest in the changing room?

Emmett Bradley, ear plugs are required.

Which team-mate would you want standing over a last-second penalty?

Danny Tallon .

Which team-mate would you never want to see hitting a last-second penalty?

‘Goujons’ or Connor Carville.

Which team-mate is the most sensible?

Paul Gunning. He’s away ahead of his time.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?

Carville loves talking about a good windmill farm.

Who’s the best team mate to celebrate with?

‘Goujons’ or Danny Tallon, both are hard sickened.

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