Episode 1538: Richard Dunne In Studio On His Old Club Manchester City’s Three-In-A-Row Bid, Mike Quirke On Why Kerry Couldn’t Beat Tyrone In The ’00s
Richard Dunne isn’t even 40 yet, but his career already seems to belong to a different age. As the Premier League season appears on the horizon, he joins us in studio to talk about Man City in the bad old days, and whether they can push on for three Premier league titles in a row.
We also talk to him about coaching in Monaco, and why he feels that young Irish footballers are better coached than their French counterparts.
And we continue our build-up to two huge All-Ireland football semi-finals by talking to Mike Quirke about the Kerry/Tyrone rivalry of the 2000s, and why he feels Kerry will have enough this weekend.
Plus there’s the magic of the transfer window, Daniel Levy, £200 a week for a Premier League first-team player, and Paul Galvin’s tears.
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