Episode 910: Jamie Clarke On Goals and Falling In Love With Football Again, Ken Told You So, Plimpton’s Fake News
Jamie Clarke is one of the most flamboyant Gaelic footballers around – and that instinct was in full view last Saturday night when, with a couple of minutes left in a tense Round 3 qualifier against last year’s beaten All-Ireland semi-finalists Tipperary, he rounded the keeper expertly to seal Armagh’s victory.
GOAL! Look back at this crucial goal from @Armagh_GAA‘s & @crossrangers‘ Jamie Clarke in yesterday’s All-Ireland Football R3B Qualifier pic.twitter.com/eQ5ZgEDTul
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 16, 2017
Having opted out of football last year to move to New York to pursue a career in coffee and fashion, he’s back this year helping Kieran McGeeney’s side to get back up to the top of the tree.
We talk in studio with him about expecting more of themselves as Armagh footballers, why the game is getting better for corner-forwards, and marking yourself against the very best.
Ken finds time to tell us we were all wrong about Roger Federer – because Federer himself said so.
Plus there’s Anthony Tohill’s time at Man United remembered, why you should express yourself, and the curious case of Sidd Finch.
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