Episode 2158: Callum Robinson Gets The Liveline Treatment, Newcastle’s Takeover, And The GAA Ponder The Most Radical Championship Over-Haul In History
We discussed Callum Robinson’s decision not to get vaccinated yesterday, and we open a bulging mailbag to canvas opinion.
"It will allow teams to develop and play at their own level. The potential for brutal mismatches is lessened. This is about fairness" – GPA back Proposal B ahead of Special Congresshttps://t.co/yHL6FmEZ0R
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) October 7, 2021
The GAA are considering adopting the most radical championship overhaul in its history this month, but what are the political motivations at play in Croke Park? Is a return to the status quo, even from before the Super 8s were introduced, really the most likely option, or is there a chance of a more wide-ranging championship being introduced next year – Paul Flynn walked the corridors of power as GPA chief executive, and he joins us alongside Michael Foley of the Sunday Times.
Plus there’s the latest from Newcastle, and the 1980s TV theme tunes that Ken can’t stop listening to on Spotify.
The takeover is imminent.
There are huge Qs for PL as to how it's been allowed.
“… a blatant whitewash over Khashoggi’s grisly murder, and the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has a disgraceful record of indiscriminate attacks on homes and hospitals."https://t.co/YVi7uGIcr5
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) October 7, 2021
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