Episode 1387: Wounded Ireland, Shane Horgan On Ireland’s Best 15, Carlow Is Now Ireland’s Greatest Sporting County, Ken Puts Away Everton Pom Poms
There have been many Joe Schmidt team announcements that are eminently predictable… but this week is not one of them. Shane Horgan joins us to talk about the quick fixes that will definitely happen, and the tricky fixes that should happen. And he tells us who should start at centre, and who is the best fullback in Ireland right now.
A look at England’s clever kicking game and how they manipulated Ireland’s backfield defence.
Well-prepared and highly accurate to do damage to Ireland. https://t.co/VO3PZCuQOI
— Murray Kinsella (@Murray_Kinsella) February 3, 2019
Sean O’Brien will almost certainly be back in the Ireland team this weekend, Padraig Amond scored another FA Cup winner last night, and Carlow’s footballers are atop Division 3… but it’s the county’s hurlers we focus on today, as we talk to their manager Colm Bonnar after their brilliant draw with Galway last Sunday. #carlowrising
I though the feeling after Leicester was good but this tops the lot. Unbelievable performance from every player last night. What a night! Bring on Man City https://t.co/zP9bWEutcO
— Padraig Amond (@padraigamond21) February 6, 2019
Plus we hear about hostile tv viewing conditions, scallion-eaters, and Ken has little to no faith in Everton as they face Man City tonight… just 8 short weeks after declaring this Everton’s best team since the mid-80s.
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Liverpool are looking increasingly bedraggled, but not to worry – they still lead Man City by 3 points and their big Premier League Prom Night is coming up in the middle of May, at which they can bask in the respect of their peers…
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