Episode 1231: Irish Women Into Hockey World Cup Semi Final, Ken Meets Ian Rush, Lampard Shade, Steve G Praise, Ashley’s False Economy
The Irish women’s hockey team have done it again, beating India in the quarter finals of the World Cup, and its all down to Rob Kearney’s war cry. That and some outrageous skill, bravery, hard work, coaching, tenacity, fitness, mental toughness, the fans…..
One week to go until the close of the Premier League’s transfer window but most of the big moves are happening in Italy and Spain: Vidal, Higuain, but surely not Modric.
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) August 2, 2018
Luka Modric to Inter? Real Madrid’s president says it will cost the Serie A side a mere €750 million https://t.co/n8H61U8n2t
— Goal (@goal) August 3, 2018
Some of the highest-profile moves have been out of TV studios and into management. Frank Lampard has been throwing subtle shade on those who are content to live life in the slow lane of TV punditry, while Steven Gerrard has been experimenting with new forms of praise for his young players at Rangers.
“Steven Gerrard and I were texting back and forth yesterday, discussing the mad life of management and how we both see it. We are both the same, both enjoying every minute of it” — @OliverKayTimes hears about Frank Lampard’s ambitions at Derby. #DCFChttps://t.co/TrIz5AMUIx
— Times Sport (@TimesSport) August 3, 2018
Also today: Ken talks to Liverpool’s record goalscorer Ian Rush about Jurgen Klopp’s new signings and LFC’s prospects of winning the title this season.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 1, 2018
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