Episode 1558: Meath’s Star Forward On The All-Ireland Final, US Murph On Andrew Luck Cashing In His Chips, Andy Moran v Frances Murphy
They say you can’t know an opponent until you’ve faced them, and Cillian O’Sullivan, Meath’s star forward, has faced both Dublin and Kerry in the last 2 months – so he’s as well placed as any to tell us how this Sunday’s final is going to go. Is he shouting for his fellow Leinster-men? Well…
US Murph is back this week to tell us about the pretty wild reaction to the decision taken by Indianapolis Colts quarter-back Andrew Luck to retire at 29, seemingly at the top of the game, due to persistent injuries. He’s getting some flak, but is it a lot more sympathetic than it would have been even 10 years ago?
That’s total bullshit Doug. What qualifies you to decide how someone should live their life? So you’re now the authority on what motivates Andrew Luck? And if his decisions don’t fit into what you think is best for him then you rip him? Guess that keeps you employed on FS1. Nice https://t.co/p59DsmPoER
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And as their unseemly scrap continues, is there any sign of rapprochement from Milltown – will Frances Murphy finally bury the hatchet with Andy Moran, now that the great man has retired?
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Oisin McConville and @Mike_Quirke do full justice to the occasion as we discuss Brian Fenton’s partner for the afternoon, Kerry’s forward division, Dublin’s 2-6 in 12 minutes against Mayo, and why David Clifford is a bit of a divil.https://t.co/ZwMgCAGYdK pic.twitter.com/YxK8w0Z7WX
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