Might this man be the best son-in-law in the world?
Published 16/02/2014 | 02:30
If I didn't live in Galway, the place I would live in is. . .
The last meal I really enjoyed was. . .
Dinner at Cleaver East, Dublin, two weeks ago. They do a kind of fusion tapas, strange but gorgeous.
My greatest indulgence is. . .
I'm not sure. . . I don't really have one. I rarely drink, I don't enjoy it.
My favourite websites are. . .
Google News! I'm not loyal to any one media source. I've been coloured by experience. Lots of incorrect things have been written about me.
The best gift I've given was. . .
I gave Garth Brooks tickets to my mother-in-law.
My favourite piece of clothing is. . .
An unforgettable place I've travelled to in the last year is
I went to Stellenbosch in South Africa with my wife and family in November, it was spectacular.
The last music I downloaded was. . .
I'm not a big music fan and I've never downloaded a song in my life! I listen to i102 - 104 at home.
The books on my bedside table are. . .
There aren't any – I only read when I'm travelling. At the moment I'm reading 'The Hour Between Dog and Wolf' – a book by John Coates about the neurology of trading.
What I like to do when I'm not working. . .
I'm a massive sports fan, particularly football, though I've ended my association with Galway FC [Leeson was chief executive there for a time]. Football is a tough sport in this country. I used to box when I was younger and I follow a bit of GAA now – my youngest son is an avid hurler.
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