WATCH: Paul Galvin shares amazing story about Colm Cooper's All-Ireland final routine
Not a bother to him.
Paul Galvin and Colm Cooper have 16 All-Ireland Final appearances between them. They've seen it all. Still, Galvin was never expecting such a late, late lie-in.
Galvin and Cooper were guests on The GAA Hour Live at The Sugar Club, at had the crowd in stitches with some of their recollections.
Kerry teammates for over a decade, the pair often roomed with each other before big games, and they don't come much bigger than the All-Ireland Final in 2007.
Four-time All-Ireland winner Galvin said:
"I came back to the room around 1 o'clock. Gooch had disappeared.
"The game was at 3:30pm and this was about 1:15pm. So he would have been up for breakfast, physio, lunch and then he disappeared. We had about an hour to kill so I headed back to the room and I see this little tuft of red hair under the duvet, and there's not a stir out of him.
"So I go 'It's time to go. We have to get on the bus and we have a team meeting'.
"I was getting the bag ready and there's still no life out of Gooch. Next thing, I pick up my bag and drop it. He grunts... 'What time is it?'
"It's quarter past one Gooch.
"'Oh Jaysus... I'm going to stay in bed'.
"I said, 'We've a game there about 3:30, if you wouldn't mind joining us'. Gooch just stretches. 'Ah, we've a few minutes yet'.
"It was like he hit the snooze button. Back asleep for five minutes. Rolled out of bed. Hit 1-5 that day."
Kerry won 3-13 to 1-9 and Cooper could rest easy... for another while at least.
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You can have a listen [starts at 36:00] to Galvin's tale and another host of wonderful recollections.
Check out our GAA Hour All-Ireland preview special, featuring Jack McCaffrey, Paul Galvin, Colm Cooper, Peter Canavan, Kieran McGeeney, Senan Connell, John O'Leary and Vinnie Murphy. Listen below or subscribe here on iTunes.