Episode 1548: Tipp Are Champions, Real Life And Hurling, Richie’s Red, Seamie Callanan’s Wonder Year, Cody’s Future
It’s been a bit of a roller-coaster year for Tipperary – an All-Ireland win looked pretty unlikely at the end of the league, looked very likely indeed after the Munster championship round-robin, and then after a 12 point hammering from Limerick in the Munster final, it looked a rather remote possibility again.
But from the ashes of that chastening day, they came good when it mattered – and in a game that will be remembered for Richie Hogan’s red card, they were crowned All-Ireland champions yesterday.
Michael Duignan and Malachy Clerkin tell us why they reckon Tipp would’ve won it anyway even without the red card, how real life scar tissues helped this Tipp team mature, and even speculate on what next for Brian Cody.
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Plus there’s Eoin’s hurler of the year, Murph’s end of season celebrations, and Liam Sheedy’s glazed eyes.
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If it’s Monday, then a discussion of VAR must inevitably follow.
Ken is forced to bravely defend himself against accusations of being gammon, and there’s also a mention or two of how Spurs were taken apart by Man City
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A story that unfolds against the backdrop of war, revolution, the exodus of peoples across continents and how amid all this, one of the world’s most influential football cultures blossomed@jonawils on his new book “The Names Heard Long Ago”https://t.co/KovmhXAqK5 pic.twitter.com/8x4yTIhzrX
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Derek McGrath joins us in studio ahead of this weekend’s All-Ireland hurling final to chat about saying the right thing in the wrong forum, the Joe Schmidt influence and how there’s room for a blend of the old and the new in hurling
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