Met him in work a fair bit last last year. On the day of the Mayo/Kerry semi, he was wearing a black & grey check suit that was far too small for him. The legs were supper skinny & were cropped short & looked very odd. He was wearing those teddy boy shoes (think Shawaddywaddy video circa 1981) popular in the 50’s, in patent leather, with big shiney silver buckles. The beard was very shiney & pomaded to within an inch of its life. Eye-catching doesn’t do it all justice !
Joking aside, I think mavericks like him are great in breaking the mould of what the stereotypical GAA player is supposed to be, but fcuk me, he just looked like he was trying way too hard. Which as we fashionistas here all know, is breaking the No 1 rule of fashion. Am I right, or am I right?