The National Football Exhibition teamed up with retired footballer Brian Lenihan and Pieta House for a talk on mental health in Cork.
The event took place at the Exhibition with an opportunity to hear Brian’s story which saw him retire from the game in 2017 due to mental health illness.
Former Cork City defender and current Hull City man Brian Lenihan has retired from football at the age of only 23.
Lenihan played for Cork City before signing for Hull City in 2014 for a reported 200k.
The Cork man went on loan to Blackpool for game time and was also called
Hull City have announced that Brian Lenihan has signed a new one year deal with the club.
The 22 year old defender signed for Hull in 2014 from Cork City but has not made the impact expected due to continuous injuries.
The defender had a spell on loan at Blackpool during this
Former Cork City defender Brian Lenihan is to make his debut for Championship side Hull City today.
The Munster man left Cork City for Hull in 2014 for a fee believed to be in the region of £200k and has been waiting on his chance to shine for Steve Bruce's men.