Episode 1386: Liverpool’s Prom Night, US Murph On The Brilliance Of Belichick, Bad People Are Happy, McTepid Takes Returns
Eoin is back in the hot-seat after the birth of his son Noah, and the wee lad’s had a tough time of it recently – with his beloved Dubs suffering their third loss in the last 60 games, and the Irish rugby team losing at home in the 6 Nations for the first time under Joe Schmidt.
— Irish Times Sport (@IrishTimesSport) February 5, 2019
But there are other certainties in sport that are even more certain than wins for the Dubs – like the New England Patriots and Bill Belichick schooling less-experienced head coaches in big games.
On the Super Bowl and the Patriots, who do not suffer the same fate as the rest of NFL teams because they are playing a different game. Read: https://t.co/pMhnwEYKou
— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) February 4, 2019
US Murph (nostrada-murph) talks us through the boring, thoroughly-brilliant, coaching master-class that Belichick put on last Sunday night that in reality makes him North America’s greatest coach of all time.
As the boys from ‘Spinal Tap’ told us at Elvis’ grave: “Really puts things into perspective …” (English accent a must) https://t.co/b0ALvrHcvE
— Brian Murphy (@knbrmurph) February 4, 2019
Liverpool winning the Premier League is far from certain now after their 1-1 draw away to West Ham, but Jurgen Klopp insists he’s fine… NOW JUST LEAVE ME ALONE, I’M FINE!
Pellegrini didn’t hold back on Jurgen Klopp ???? pic.twitter.com/R1ZTbJkDsp
— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) February 5, 2019
Plus there’s the return of McTepid takes, Liverpool’s prom night, the bad people are happy again, and Maroon 5 hit back at their critics.
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Steven and Richie recall the 2 weeks in Kavos that could’ve seen their careers come to a premature halt ?????
Reminisce on the good/bad old days playing in front of Millwall fans
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