Episode 1670: Munster Beaten By Magical Teddys, Ulster Expect, 12’s O’Clock, Mic’d Up
It always looked pretty tough, and now Munster’s European Cup hopes are hanging by the thinnest of threads after they battled bravely for 70 minutes before coming up short in Paris against Racing 92.
Gordon D’Arcy and James Coughlan tell us what Munster’s next step should be if qualification proves beyond them, if the talent gap is now too wide to bridge, what Ulster’s expectations should be and who should play 12 for Ireland.
— Irish Times Sport (@IrishTimesSport) January 13, 2020
Plus – we permutate up a storm, Eoin marvels at Teddy Iribaren and Teddy Thomas as his new mic’d slot gains traction, and Ken berates Murph for his terrible, really bad, no-good, borrowed-from-rugby, VAR idea.
???? Oh good lord. What a pass from Racing 92's Teddy Iribaren!pic.twitter.com/xteEgdKbiV
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) January 12, 2020
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It's early January, the Dáil is still in recess – it can only have been a slow, even serene week in the Irish political news-cycle… RIGHT?
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????Pep takes a stand against the failing of manliness that is counter-attacking
?????Lindelof and Jones: if Oliver Stone did centre-backs
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With Liverpool having gone unbeaten in the Premier League over a whole calendar year, we speak to @MiguelDelaney about footballing 'hyper-capitalism' and the part it's played in allowing Jurgen Klopp's side to get to where they arehttps://t.co/S5flaR7KMq pic.twitter.com/PVcqnp1rVS
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