Episode 1572: Dublin Win Five-In-A-Row, The Nation Rejoices In Their Moment Of Glory? Noelle Healy On Their Women Completing An Extraordinary Weekend For Dubs
‘No-one likes us, we don’t care’ would appear to be the attitude of some Dublin fans… but is there a silent majority of the country who, while they’d rather see the cups getting shared around a bit, are nonetheless more than willing to give credit where it’s due?
Oisin McConville and Mike Quirke give us their thoughts on the greatest team of all time, the players and manager that made them, and the fault-lines that could yet appear on the horizon.
Not even 24 hours after the Dubs won the men’s final, their women’s team were at it as well, and we speak to 2017 footballer of the year Noelle Healy, who kicked the last point of their 2-3 to 0-4 win over Galway.
Plus there’s crowd trouble on the Hill, Eoin meets Michéal Martin, Oisin’s beef with Johnny Magee, and Mike Quirke’s new job.
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