Episode 1073: Kerry’s Kids Are Alright, Top-Heavy Footballers Of Ireland, Post-Prime Fed, Golden Age Of Golden Years
The National Leagues are back, and first-day drama came mostly from Killarney, where Kerry pulled out a dramatic last-minute win against Donegal with a team full of fresh-faced young guns.
— eir Sport (@eirSport) January 29, 2018
Micheal Quirke and Oisin McConville are back in tandem to talk us through the major issues, including teams that are jaded in January, footballers who have over-dosed on the weights this winter, and the Dubs getting back in the swing.
The best bits from Croke Park as the All Ireland Champions picked up where they left off last year with a dominant second half display to beat Kildare. #AllianzLeagues #MatchNightLive pic.twitter.com/EKMuSm3uy2
— eir Sport (@eirSport) January 27, 2018
Roger Federer won the Australian Open on Sunday so we talk to the AMAZING Luke Jensen of ESPN about why he still holds the whip hand over tennis’ bright young things.
Going to sleep well tonight. Thank you to everyone for the love and support. It means more than I could possible describe pic.twitter.com/8t0f38vTLB
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) January 28, 2018
Plus there’s Michael Lyster, Ken’s theory as to why all our best current sportspeople are the best sportspeople there will EVER be, and we debut an exciting and mean-spirited new slot called “Shame The Spongers”.
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Italy at Euro 2016, playing underage for Northern Ireland, growing up in Derry, his admiration for Martin McGuinness, the loss to Denmark, and searching out the worst of the abuse on Twitter – its The Player’s Chair with Shane Duffy ?????????https://t.co/P3GtkLrcMM pic.twitter.com/UdrM6B0y8V
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