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That day at Dardistown Cemetery in Dublin, Philly felt, he says, "sad, frustrated, regret, disbelief." "It was tough for me - tough for all my family. (He also has three sisters: Kelly, Lindi and June). If anyone came near me, I could say, 'I'll get my big brother after you'." Growing up in Ballymun, says Philly, the worst thing that can happen is that you have a family member that becomes a drug addict. "We [Dublin] were in the All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo in 2012 and if we won that he wanted to come home to the All-Ireland Final. He died in September which is the month we would have played the All-Ireland Final. "He had written me a letter saying he was off heroin and he was going into methadone recovery.
Following on from having a drug addict in the family, adds Philly, the biggest worry is when you get a knock on the door from An Garda Siochana. "That's what we always as a family dreaded," says Philly. Because all the other knocks were for him getting into trouble. "He was going through recovery in London that year when we won the All-Ireland and he didn't have the money to come home." Does he ever remember playing and John being in the stands cheering him on? It was that weekend he was going into recovery and he died that Wednesday, the 7th, two days after my birthday," Philly says, emotion writ large across his boyish face.
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What I mean to say is that any parent, teacher or mature busybody who thinks that we need to, ahem, expose kids to the wonderful world of sexuality, gender, and funky bathrooms at tender ages is a selfish boor, and a prurient creep to boot. It might just be one of those novel, quirky ideas that bubble up from the social media goo every few days and grab our attention, only to sink back into well-deserved oblivion, which is also spelled R-A-C-H-E-L D-O-L-E-Z-A-L.
But I'm not so optimistic that this really stupid idea will fade away.
It is hard to underestimate the amount of sadness in these words as he says them. And if there's something I don't like I don't do it." Born on September 5, 1987, the youngest child of Phil (from Belfast) and Valerie (from Dublin), Philly is definitely wiser than his years.
But then again, why should they since the women in SF seemingly don’t care?It has the same sort of feel to it as the crusade to make high school bathrooms gender neutral, the push to allow girls to take girls to the Prom, the inclusion of Heather Has Two Daddies on elementary-school curriculums, the need to allow 10-year-old Geoffrey to wear a tutu to school on those days that he identifies as Giselle.You may be grinding your teeth at this point, or at least getting ready to let Polly tinkle all over my column (and most likely my photo.) And I get it.He is quite a philosophical person, certainly one who has a mental energy as full as he exhibits on the field for his Dublin.An inspirational figure by any stretch of the term, he set up his own charity Half Time Talk, ("to target high risk youths and drug addicts") as well as being the owner of food company and the two Be Do7fitness clubs, at Dublin Airport and Tallaght.