Gospel of McNulty
Armagh veteran spreads word on 'performance excellence' as the hunger for another Sam drives him to the limit on the field
Published 03/03/2008 | 00:00
Ted Williams, the late, great Boston Red Sox left-fielder, was a man rarely hamstrung in the business of self-regard.
Fishing was his second passion and he considered himself rather good at it. "Ain't no-one in heaven or earth ever knew more about fishing," he announced one day to a Boston sportswriter.
"Sure there is!" he was told.