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This week, we are reaching back into the Irishman Abroad vault to bring you standout moments from one of the most listened to episodes in the series to date - the Brian O'Driscoll episode. Back in 2016 Jarlath’s conversation with Brian made headlines when he spoke candidly for the first time about the his struggles with confidence, the biggest turning points in his life and what separates the 'good' from the 'great' players. That episode is only available to Premium subscribers but here, to give you a taste of juicy goodness, we’ve gathered some of the episode’s best bits together and included Jarlath’s thoughts on how it all went down and how it changed the series forever.
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