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Post-match interviews can be a real minefield as emotions and heart rates are high and things you say in the ‘heat of battle’ can be taken out of context

Gareth McAuley


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Kenny Shiels' post-match comments were 'blown out of proportion'

Kenny Shiels' post-match comments were 'blown out of proportion'

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Gareth McAuley preferred the pre-arranged press conference to the flash post-match interviews

Gareth McAuley preferred the pre-arranged press conference to the flash post-match interviews

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Kenny Shiels' post-match comments were 'blown out of proportion'

Post-match interviews can often be akin to walking a tightrope for professional footballers and managers.

It doesn’t matter how much media training you have been given – emotions and heart rates are high and things you say in the ‘heat of battle’ can be taken out of context or not framed in the exact way you would have hoped.


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