Episode 1708: Ireland/Italy Is OFF… Is Euro 2020 Next? Andy Lee In Studio To Discuss Tyson Fury’s Extraordinary World Title Win, Pep Guardiola Will Not Panic Before Real
Ireland vs Italy in this year’s Six Nations has been postponed due to the coronavirus, and now we all need to start asking just how many more sporting events will fall by the wayside… including a continent-wide European football championships coming up in a couple of months.
Ireland v Italy Six Nations game in Dublin postponed due to coronavirus concernshttps://t.co/4N3KGHDmBe
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) February 26, 2020
Andy Lee is in studio to talk to us about his experiences in the corner for Tyson Fury last Saturday night, as he bossed Deontay Wilder to a Round 7 TKO. Andy told us the plan last Friday, so how pleasing was it to see that plan work to a tee on fight-night? And he tells us how his job as assistant coach evolved, his nerves beforehand, and how Fury has managed to recuperate his public image.
“A very good performance.”
— Boxing on BT Sport ???? (@BTSportBoxing) February 23, 2020
There’s also Pep and his worst mistake in his football career (listening to other people), Ken’s flawless German accent, and Frank Lampard’s aging lambs.
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We chat to sports editor of the Mayo News, Mike Finnerty about Mayo GAA's decision to cut ties with their millionaire financier Tim O'Leary after he sent a pint-soaked tweet about James Horan on Sundayhttps://t.co/JePtv1tsGD pic.twitter.com/IOzUn15LTL
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We're joined by Denis Hickie and Shane Horgan to discuss an Irish performance lacking across the board in Twickenham, from our scrum to our maul to our half-backs
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Eoin and @DamienDelaney8 have discussed Liverpool many times this season, but never after a defeat. Damien thinks Liverpool have yet to face a team, a manager and a culture like Atletico’s in the Premier Lg, and sees trouble ahead for Klopp in the 2nd leghttps://t.co/QFCoFceyd9 pic.twitter.com/fwXVcmR6eZ
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