Episode 2607: Right (Back) To The Top, The Three-Code All-Star
He’s back – perhaps a little worn around the edges but wiser, hungrier, and more excited than ever about bringing success to Chelsea FC. We discuss the latest chapter in the unstoppable rise of Frank Lampard.
We talk about whether Declan Rice is in danger of being typecast after too many post-match front-ups, and discuss the story reported today by Adam Crafton in the Athletic – a charming tale of two plucky governments joining forces to wake a sleeping giant.
Sarah Rowe – currently a player for Collingwood AFL, Melbourne Victory and Bohemians, having previously played for Mayo GAA and reached a European U-19 semi-final with Ireland – joins us in studio to talk about the challenges of making it as a player in three different codes. We talk about Ireland’s chances in the forthcoming World Cup – she might still be in with a chance of making the squad.
We also look ahead to tomorrow’s Virgin TV debut for the Dublin Derby.
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