David Clifford tells Darran O'Sullivan how handles all of the pressure and attention he receives
"I probably don’t take too much notice of it."
It's hard to believe that David Clifford is only 23 years old, as it feels like the Kerry star has been torturing county defences forever.
The flying forward burst onto the scene at such a young age, it felt as though the weight of Kerry's expectations were thrust onto him pretty much immediately.
Since then, Clifford has continued to impress, and deliver quality performances, but for as long as The Kingdom go without winning an All-Ireland title, there last being in 2014, then the pressure and attention, wanted or not, will continue to mount on their number 14.
Darran O'Sullivan had retired from the county panel just one year after a young Clifford was introduced, so the former Kerry legend was delighted to chat with the prodigal son at the launch of SuperValu’s #CommunityIncludesEveryone campaign.
The GAA Hour host wanted to know first and foremost how the Fossa clubman copes with so much attention, and from such a young age.