Episode 1624: Ireland V Denmark, McClean Escalates, Refuge In Handball Nostalgia, All Island Future
With the Danes in town and maybe ready to teach us another cruel lesson, we take refuge in nostalgia and revisit the week 10 years ago when Ireland went full Alex Jones.
We also look to the longer-term future, with Kieran Lucid and Brendan Dillon joining us in studio to bring us up to speed with what’s been happening on the question of the all-island league.
IFA refuse to sanction all-island league but work will continue says defiant Kieran Lucid https://t.co/HyjKnOGkZV
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But we can’t hide forever from the present. Tonight it’s Ireland v Denmark for a place in the Euros, and hopefully James McClean can prove as uncompromising a presence on the pitch as he was last week in the pressroom.
Eoin does his best to talk us into positivity, and there’s Mick bites your hand off, goal communism and cheats a-plenty.
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After Raheem Sterling was dropped for England's game against Montenegro following a bust-up with Joe Gomez, we chat to @JackPittBrooke about why Gareth Southgate may have felt he was left with no other optionhttps://t.co/ZisA7OxjZ4 pic.twitter.com/O5PYOO0nJN
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Pep made his feelings abundantly clear about the way he perceived Liverpool to have beaten his City side 3-1 at Anfield yesterday. Was the win actually as controversial as he thinks?
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