Episode 1583: Delaney Departs, Vardy the Velociraptor, Mahrez Magic
It’s all over between John Delaney and the FAI. We reminisce about the bad times, and the crazy times.
Leicester’s 5-0 demolition job on Newcastle posed a couple of questions. Is Jamie Vardy the most underrated player of his generation? And how has Coach Rodgers gone so quickly from being a bright young manager learning his trade, to a grandee of the game?
We also talk about Manchester City’s victory at Everton, which featured a stellar performance from Riyad Mahrez, and more slightly confused soundbites from Pep.
Then Mark Tighe of the Sunday Times joins us to reflect on the last six months in the story of John Delaney and the FAI.
The big read: How Delaney lost the FAI dressing roomhttps://t.co/4uGCFwIRhz
— Mark Tighe (@marktigheST) July 20, 2019
— The Irish Times (@IrishTimes) September 30, 2019
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