Episode 914: Spieth’s Odyssey, Duignan on Davy Fitz, Hurling Semis, Mayo Abide, Galway Go Mad
The rules of golf state that if you start a meltdown on the Sunday of a major, you continue that meltdown and lose the tournament. Jordan Spieth arrested an alarming decline yesterday with the gutsiest golf seen since the Tiger era. He now has three majors but the question remains – is he Ice-Man or Maverick?
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Michael ‘controversy follows me everywhere’ Duignan has become a walking headline these last few weeks. He comes into studio to address criticism thrown at him by Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald and explains his views on Derek McGrath’s Waterford.
Plus Eoin Kelly joins us to assess Waterford’s chances against Cork, and tries to understand the form-line of this confusing 2017 Tipp side.
We demand answers from Oisin McConville, who tipped Donegal at the start of the season, and who keeps saying Mayo have to move on from relying on relentless points machine Andy Moran.
Plus there’s Euro 88 Mexican wave controversy, Ken on the mighty Dubs (if other counties just listened they might learn something), Shefflin’s pathetic managerial career, and Cillian O’Connor’s ideal transfer move.
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