April 7, 2016
This week the lads had the pleasure of speaking to a rugby legend. Bernard Jackman was capped over 90 times while playing in the blue of Leinster and managed to lift two Celtic Leagues and Heineken Cup before retiring in 2010 due to concussion related injuries.
A true legend to the Leinster faithful, Bernard Jackman also lined out for Connacht and Sale Sharks earlier in his career, winning a European Challenge Cup along the way. He has also represented Ireland at test level. Bernard spoke openly about his career including his start with Connacht under the guidance of Warren Gatland, the decision to turn professional, funny moments from the road, retirement due to concussion and of course his current role as Head Coach of Grenoble in France.
Besides this Danny & Mero have their usual housekeeping spot including drugs in sport, ice cream, Danny's first job and Mero tries to speak French.