Episode 2473: GAA Go With Go, Bad News For Fans, Sunday Game Revamp, Ireland Beat England
The GAA have announced their new broadcast deal, and with the departure of Sky, it falls to their own streaming service GAA GO to pick up the slack. After a tumultuous start to their GAA broadcasting partnership, Sky became solid partners with the GAA and delivered top-class analysis – so where does this departure leave us?
Paul Flynn and Malachy Clerkin join us to figure out what this all means, why it’s not good news for the consumer, why GAA GO needs significant investment, and what this could mean for The Sunday Game for what is a major opportunity for the most famous sports show in the country to have a completely fresh start.
Plus there’s Ireland’s victory over England, courtesy of a brilliant start from the renowned Duckworth and Lewis partnership and we look ahead to what could be a tricky night for Liverpool in the Champions League.
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