Episode 920: Connacht Football Misfiring, Kerry Cruising, Rory Sacks His Caddy
It was billed as the day Connacht would storm the citadel, but after yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final double-bill, all 3 of Galway, Mayo and Roscommon have reason for regrets today.
The notions you get following a small county. Today’s column.https://t.co/I78AO9BMbq
— Malachy Clerkin (@MalachyClerkin) July 31, 2017
Oisin McConville and Mike Quirke are on hand to talk to us about Kerry’s facile victory, Galway’s no-show, Mayo’s constant struggles, and Roscommon’s high-energy, high-error-count display.
It’s not you, it’s me – Rory McIlroy has taken the plunge and sacked his long-time caddy JP Fitzgerald. Malachy Clerkin tells us why Rory might not be the easiest man to caddy for.
Ken for one doesn’t want the job, and the attendant rather large crumbs from Rory’s table, but Murph is weighing up his options, particularly after Ken Hurley’s explosive GAA analysis debut last week – is there a place for an old dinosaur like Murph in today’s media world?
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— Ken Early (@kenearlys) July 27, 2017
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