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Former Republic of Ireland international Stephen Elliott and Johnny McDonnell join Adrian Eames to reflect on the 0-0 draw with Wales at the Aviva Stadium and the Covid-19 controversies. We also hear from Stephen Kenny and Matt Doherty, while Cork City's bleak position is also discussedRTÉ Sport による
 
Host Adrian Eames is joined by Paul Corry, Stephen Elliot and James O’Toole to preview the Euro 2021 semi-final play-off with Slovakia, journalist Lukas Vráblik gives an insight into the opposition view while there is reflection on Dundalk’s latest memorable night in Europa and Shamrock Rovers’ march to the league title…
 
Republic of Ireland international Aine O'Gorman joins Adrian Eames, James O'Toole and Paul Corry to reflect on Saturday's UEFA 2022 qualifier defeat to Germany; 'The Conna Maradona', aka Liam Kearney, speaks about his career with Cork City and linking up again with John Caulfield at Galway United; and Kevin Palmer talks Chelsea and Gareth Bale.…
 
Presenter James O'Toole welcomes Johnny McDonnell and John Caulfield on this week's podcast. John Caulfield describes John Sheridan's comments as distasteful and is frustrated with the FAI. Daniel Lambert, new Chief Operating Officer of Bohemians, discusses his new role and his opinion there won't be crowds at LOI games next season.…
 
The panel discuss Mark Scanlon's appointment as Aitricity League director, while Shelbourne boss Ian Morris is looking forward to locking horns with John Sheridan's Waterford. Paul O'Brien President of the Irish Referees Society on the return protocols for referees and the shortage of referees due to Covid-19…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole are joined by Pat Fenlon, Martin Russell, Graham Cummins and Vinny Perth to look back on the life of Jack Charlton. The panel discuss the challenges for John Sheridan at Waterford, while Vinny Perth has reiterated his view that the proposed League of Ireland structure does the game a disservice.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole welcome Neale Fenn of Cork City and Bray Wanderers chairman Niall O'Driscoll James has the latest of the proposed friendly between PSG v Shamrock Rovers Brendan Dowd of Dowd Media on the cost of streaming Catherine Cronin of DLR Waves also joins us as the women's game gets the green light…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole are joined by Pat Fenlon, who discusses the difficulties of a return to play. Peamount and Ireland winger Aine O'Gorman drops in to talk about life in lockdown. Ex-Shels, Drogheda United, St Pats and Shamrock Rovers midfielder James Chambers opens up on life in the USA with Philadelphia Union.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole are joined by St Patrick's Athletic goalkeeper Brendan Clarke and Derry City Director Sean Barrett. They discuss the FAI pathway to return of safe football, including the behind closed doors invitational tournament, as well as Derry City's statement on an all-island League.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole are joined by Paul Corry and Alan Cawley, with the lads giving their thoughts on whether or not the League of Ireland will resume in 2020. Rob Harnett asks if it is viable for clubs to stream matches, while Danish journalist Troel Bager Thorgerens discusses the Danish Superliga returning.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole chat with Brian Gartland and Johnny McDonnell about the working document for a closed doors return for the SSE Airtricity League. Meanwhile former Republic of Ireland and Newcastle player John Anderson discusses the Newcastle FC takeover and also pays tribute to Michael Robinson.…
 
It was one of the best attended FAI Cup Finals and a first at Lansdowne Road, the novel pairing of Non League Club St. Francis against Bray Wanderers. Opposing Managers on that day, Pete Mahon (St. Francis) and Pat Devlin (Bray Wanderers) joined Joanne Cantwell on "Sunday Sport" on RTE Radio One.RTÉ Sport による
 
Liverpool legends - Ronnie Whelan and John Aldridge joined Joanne Cantwell on RTE Radio One "Sunday Sport" to discuss a possible return to action for the English Premier League, Players pay-cuts, Liverpool's title or not and it was on this weekend 30 Years ago that Liverpool last won the English League title…
 
Dick Redmond has announced this week that he is retiring after 21 years of service to Irish Soccer Teams including 11 years looking after the Republic of Ireland Senior Squad. Dick joined "Sunday Sport" Presenter Jacqui Hurley on RTÉ Radio One to share many great stories from the Irish dressing room.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole of RTÉ are joined by Drogheda United Chairman Conor Hoey, who discusses a 2021 return for League of Ireland, and PFAI Player Executive Ollie Cahill's concerns for players' mental health. We look back at Galway United 1991 FAI Cup Final win v Shamrock Rovers with Peter Carpenter and captain Johnny Glynn.…
 
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole get the thoughts of Stephen Elliott on some early positivity from Stephen Kenny. Also, news on how the leagues in England, Scotland and across Europe are coping with Covid-19, while Fabio O'Brien and Gavin Whelan reflect on Drogheda United's 2005 FAI Cup final win. And finally we hear about a new sport - Teqball!…
 
We discuss Stephen Kenny's confirmation as senior Republic of Ireland manager with Tony O'Donoghue, Kenny Cunningham and Keith Tracey. We also reflect on Derry City's 2006 European campaign under Kenny, while Chris Coburn, St Patrick's Athletic's strength and conditioning coach, speaks about the challenges of training remotely.…
 
Adrian Eames is joined by James O'Toole of Soccer Republic for the third lockdown episode. They hear from Shelbourne's Karl Sheppard on coping with an auto immune condition during the pandemic Also, Alan Keane and Ian Barraclough reflect on Sligo Rovers' 2012 league-winning triumph and recall the role that Joey N'Do played.…
 
Adrian Eames is joined (remotely) by Alan Cawley and James O'Toole to discuss the coronavirus outbreak. Derry City FC board member Dodie McGuinness on the implications of Covid-19 on the Airtricity League, while Conan Byrne discusses his marathon walk for the Irish Cancer Society on Wednesday,RTÉ Sport による
 
Adrian Eames is joined by former St Pat's and Bray Wanderers boss Harry Kenny, who reflects on his time at the helm in Inchicore and his playing days with the great Shamrock Rovers side of the 80s. Paul Corry meanwhile discusses Troy Parrott's situation at Spurs and the difficulties young players face when they're trying to make it to the top.…
 
Mike McCartney visited The Showgrounds in Sligo on Saturday to talk to fans of the Rovers' - Sligo and Shamrock - on the future of the League of Ireland and their clubs. Alan Cawley joins Jacqui Hurley to discuss some of the views and the start of the League of Ireland season.RTÉ Sport による
 
Adrian Eames is joined by former Dunfermline Athletic, St Pat's and Bray player Gary Dempsey who speaks about the importance of mental health and wellness. We're also joined by Mick Cooke and RTÉ Sports' James O'Toole and Rob Wright to reflect on Jordan Flores' goal of the season contender.RTÉ Sport による
 
Adrian Eames is joined by Cork City legend George O'Callaghan who talks about his colourful career, Cork glory days, Port Vale travails and his 'crazy' time as a manager in Malaysia We're also joined by former LOI player Alan Cawley, plus James O'Toole and Conor Neville of RTE SportRTÉ Sport による
 
John Kenny is joined by RTÉ Sport's group head Declan McBennett as he explains why the decision was taken to postpone television coverage of Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers at the weekend. Former League of Ireland players Conan Byrne and Stuart Byrne also join us to review the action, plus James O'Toole and James McMahon of RTÉ Sport…
 
RTÉ Sport’s John Kenny is joined by James O’Toole of Soccer Republic, Pat Fenlon, Stephen Kelly and Danish journalist Troels Bager Thogersen as they react to the Republic of Ireland's 1-1 draw with Denmark. The panel discuss the match, Ireland’s qualifying campaign and what comes next for Mick McCarthy’s side.…
 
Adrian Eames is joined by Johnny McDonnell and James O'Toole in Dublin and John Kenny in Geneva on the eve of Ireland's critical qualifier against Switzerland Bohemians manager Keith Long talks about battle for third spot, while Drogheda boss Tim Clancy talks about playoffsRTÉ Sport による
 
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