Episode 1017: FIFA Out-FIFA’s Itself, The Dubs’ Dalai Lama, The 92-Second Question
It was gonna take something spectacular to make FIFA even less believable than before… but by God, they’ve only gone and done it.
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) November 18, 2017
We talk to Josh Robinson of the Wall Street Journal about one of the wildest weeks in FIFA’s recent history which includes death threats in court, an actual death, and the promise of plenty more subterfuge to come.
We also welcome into studio Dotsy O’Callaghan, one of Dublin hurling’s most loyal servants for over a decade. He talks to us about his time under Anthony Daly, sporting serendipity, Pat Gilroy’s options, and the “pain in the arse of a year” that preceded his retirement.
Plus there’s the Second Captains preferred method of witness intimidation (taking The Godfather Part II as a template), the FIFA conga line, and we ask Murph the trickiest GAA question of all….
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— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) November 17, 2017