Episode 817: JJ Hanrahan On Life Abroad And His Return To Munster, US Murph on Trump v Kaepernick, Ireland’s Cultural Gravity
With Donnacha Ryan reportedly on the verge of a move to Paris, we talk to JJ Hanrahan, former and future Munster playmaker, about the rationale behind his move abroad.
— RTÉ Rugby (@RTErugby) December 13, 2016
We also discuss what he’s learned at Northampton over the last 2 years, the European Rugby Champions Cup quarter-finals this weekend, and what makes his home-place of Currow the New Zealand of Co Kerry.
Moss Keane, Mick & Tom Doyle, Mick Galwey, JJ Hanrahan, Siobhán Fleming and now Irish U-20 Seán McCarthy – Currow explain yourself! #rugby
— The Kerryman (@kerryman_ie) June 6, 2013
Donald Trump might be all about jobs, but he’s trying to hound one man in particular out of gainful employment – and that’s Colin Kaepernick. US Murph is on hand to tell us how Kap’s future employment prospects are being imperilled by his President, and like-minded football team owners.
— ABC News (@ABC) March 23, 2017
Plus there’s the Irish soccer trumpeter, the preferred half-time food of choice in Estonia, and Murph discusses the demise of the Viking thunderclap.
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