Episode 2796: Murph Does A Pele, Hurling’s Forgotten People, The Clifford Carousel
Pele did it first with Santos and the NY Cosmos, playing half a game with his boyhood club, and the other half with his adopted big city club – and our Murph is definitely the only other athlete to have done it, with Milltown of Galway and Templeogue Synge Street of Dublin. Did he play equally badly for both, as instructed?
A proposal to remove counties with fewer than five adult club hurling teams from competing in the National Hurling League has been hammered from the moment it was suggested earlier this month – we speak to Jamie Wall about what the future holds for hurling in those counties, and why many hurling people are happy enough with the status quo.
And there’s one last round on the carousel for the David Clifford Player of the Year debate, as he became the first back-to-back winner of that award in history last Friday night…… despite missing a free!
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