Episode 1221: David Clifford Saves Football, Tiger Suffers Open Heartbreak, Molinari’s Pressure Principle, Galway’s Southgate Plan
So it turns out those people writing off the Super 8s as a bad idea after one weekend might have been a little premature. It was a brilliant weekend of football, with pride of place going to David Clifford’s injury time heroics to save Kerry from a second consecutive defeat.
David Clifford Goal for @Kerry_Official pic.twitter.com/Oopmmu60yu
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 22, 2018
Oisin McConville and Micheal Quirke are on the line to discuss Clifford’s luminous display, Rory Beggan’s kick-outs, the Liam Miller memorial match, and Eoin breathlessly reports from his excursion to Omagh for his beloved Dubs’ 3-point win over Tyrone.
It would be a big loss to Monaghan football but I really feel Pep Guardiola needs to sign Rory Beggan up before the transfer window closes #sweeperkeeper
— Eoin McDevitt (@EoinMcDevitt) July 22, 2018
We chat to Lawrence Donegan about Francesco Molinari’s first major title for Italy yesterday at the British Open, and just how close we came to seeing Tiger write a story for the ages.
Good to see @dave_alred get a little bit of credit for Molinari’s Open win. His book The Pressure Principle is one of the best I’ve ever read on coaching. When Luke Donald worked with Alred LD was world no1. Always puzzled me why he stopped using Alred.
— lawrencedonegan (@lawrencedonegan) July 23, 2018
Plus there’s Dave Alred, so much for Free Derry, Tiger’s kids, Murph’s Southgate plan for Galway, and Omagh forgetting to bring the Galatasaray.
It was an emotional day for Tiger. pic.twitter.com/tfllM5AyIR
— ESPN (@espn) July 23, 2018
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On today’ show Uncle Jim walks us through the streets of Clones, down the hill, through the mobs of supporters, and into the stadium, before taking us to the finest hostelries known to man Ulster football tourism guide this way ?????????members ????????https://t.co/SfBo8h6s9o pic.twitter.com/TrT3cAYsmt
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