Episode 1283: Declan Rice And The O’Neill-Sky Sports-FAI-FA-Tweet Saga, Messi Passes, Liverpool Stutter, Attack Attack Attack
Martin O’Neill revealed the latest Declan Rice news at his press conference this morning, then had to hastily convene a second improvised press conference to address the very latest Declan Rice news. None of the news sounds very promising from an Irish point of view.
WATCH: @FAIreland manager Martin O’Neill was hopeful @WestHamUtd‘s Declan Rice would still choose to play for the Republic of Ireland at his press conference.
Latest squad news here https://t.co/X4JUrEZnv7 pic.twitter.com/OICLQI0OJB
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) October 4, 2018
— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) October 4, 2018
We also catch up with the latest from Paris 16th arrondissement where PSG superfan Lenny Kravitz is living his best life.
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) October 4, 2018
Jack Pitt-Brooke and Jonathan Wilson join us to talk about the week’s Champions League action.
What sets Lionel Messi apart, and what next. My piece: https://t.co/KZ5fMQOu26
— Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) October 4, 2018
How do you explain a performance like Messi’s the other night? Have Liverpool stuttered for real? And who should be getting the blame for Manchester United’s failure to attack attack attack?
Attack, attack, attack. But Manchester United have no plan to attack. https://t.co/bfh4xvwOpP
— Jonathan Wilson (@jonawils) October 3, 2018
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McGregor returns to the Octagon after a two year absence. He’s more famous than ever, but has the Irish love faded and is he relevant as a sports person anymore? https://t.co/brgOB03Ee7 pic.twitter.com/NHGWVEmCse
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