Episode 816: Coleman Aftermath, End The Cheap Shots, Brazil Are Back
As Martin O’Neill gives a sombre press conference ahead of tomorrow’s friendly with Iceland, Eoin, Ken and Ciaran discuss the fallout from the Wales game, Seamus Coleman’s terrible injury and captain Robbie Brady.
Martin O'Neill: Seamus is beginning to come to terms with it. I saw him yesterday and he is very down. The operation went well. #COYBIG pic.twitter.com/OSweptoBQc
— FAIreland (@FAIreland) March 27, 2017
It’s time for us to decide what kind of game we want to see. Do we want a sport in which skilful players are protected, or one in which you can get away with cheap shots?
Meanwhile, Ken is delighted to see that certain crucial aspects of the Aviva matchday experience are beginning to improve.
Also – Brazil are on a roll under new coach Tite. Tim Vickery joins us from Rio de Janeiro to talk about their footballing rebirth…
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