Episode 2804: A Scandal In Paris, Paul Flynn On The Eleven Commandments
Newcastle wuz robbed last night, but was it refereeing incompetence or a continent-wide conspiracy that gave Paris Saint Germain a last-minute penalty last night? Ken weighs up the options.
A set of rules for a senior GAA club side made waves when released on social media this week – outlining a ban on non-management-approved holidays, drinking and golfing. Paul Flynn joins us in studio to talk to us about winning cultures, the difference between a written and an unwritten rule, and why player-led environments are usually the most successful.
Plus there’s the column Murph would love to take back, and what a RSVP really means in Ken’s world.
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