Episode 2844: The Gaels Are Growling, Deeney Dismissed, Eis Und Schneechaos
The potential sale of the naming rights of Páirc Úi Chaoimh to SuperValu caused uproar and upset in Cork GAA this week – what price heritage, tradition and history?
We try and answer that question with Irish Examiner business of sport columnist Ian Mallon and The Sunday Times’ Michael Foley.
Ken weighs in with his thoughts on what Civil War hero Padraig Ó Caoimh would make of all this – and there’s Mo Salah’s hamstring, and Troy Deeney’s sacking all in the mix too.
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