Episode 1623: Protecting Dublin’s Bird Of Paradise, Confused Englishmen, Brexit And Football-Speak, Ronnie’s Pecs
Three players scoring their first goal for Ireland and the first of what Eoin McDevitt predicts will be at least a century of senior caps for a young tropical bird from North Dublin.
Damien Delaney joins us to talk through what we can take from Ireland 3-1 New Zealand and how he thinks we will do against Denmark.
Meanwhile England continued their romp to qualification with a 7-0 win over Montenegro, but some of their fans were strangely discombobulated by the introduction of Innocent Joe Gomez.
Was that a smattering of boos for Gomez?
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And with the election less than four weeks away, a lot of British politicians are trying to speak football to the masses.
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We’re joined by author Chris Hewett & @gerrythornley to discuss the wave of English coaches joining the Irish provincial and national set-ups in recent times, and how Andy Farrell and Stuart Lancaster’s chemistry might affect the next phase of Irish rugbyhttps://t.co/VI4Wj1IZzg pic.twitter.com/HhYTNif1ZD
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We talk to former Deadspin writer @laurawags about what brought about the successful site’s demise and with SI and ESPN also having major issues, what does the future hold for the media market in America. https://t.co/nKX2FOdHQe pic.twitter.com/aviwzlXFWt
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