OTB's Sunday Paper Review
OTB's Sunday Paper Review
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Sunday Independent Sports Editor John Greene and Irish Independent Football writer Dan McDonnell join OTB's Joe Molloy to discuss the biggest stories hitting the backpages today. The panel will discuss the fallout from Ireland's ill-tempered friendly with Columbia and what it means for their World Cup chances, Dublin returning to another All Ireland final and the leaders that got them there and eye opening interviews with Aiden McGeady and Wayne Rooney
Freelance sportswriter Cliona Foley and the broadcaster and journalist Johnny Ward join OTB’s Joe Molloy to discuss the biggest stories hitting the backpages this afternoon. They will discuss the numerous pieces on the return of Dublin including Joe Brolly’s column on what Pat Gilroy has brought to the set up. The panel will also look at the harrowing tale of Former Galway United wonder kid Shane Keogh who saved himself from ultimate destruction and chat about the Vera Pauw controversy from during the week.
Dion Fanning of The Currency and Cobh Ramblers boss Shane Keegan join OTB’s Joe Molloy to go through the back pages and bring you the best stories from the world of sport on this Sunday afternoon. The panel will discuss the All Ireland quarter finals yesterday, Jonathan Wilson’s lament on football losing it’s touch and why golf’s rebels are smiling wide
Joe Molloy was joined by Fionn Davenport and Sinead O'Carroll on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) "Gaelic football is a terrible sport to watch" (14:20) Stephen Kenny's future remains hotly debated - is Roy Keane the answer? (35:30) 'Under protest' ladies players no closer to getting the charter they desire (52:30) Rory McIlroy: Is mentality his major issue?
Irish Independent columnist and Sports Editor with the Irish Daily Mail Orla McElroy join OTB’s Kathleen McNamee to go through the biggest stories hitting the backpages of the newspapers both here and abroad. The panel looked at Manchester City completing the second step of their potential treble, ask if David Clifford is carrying the hopes of a Gaelic football loving nation on his back and discuss the heartbreaking tale of former Irish rugby star David Corkery and his fight for a safer game.
OTB’s Joe Molloy is joined by Cian Tracey of the Irish Independent and Cobh Ramblers manager Shane Keegan to go through the day’s backpages and the biggest stories in the world of sport. The panel will look at the amazing comeback from Munster in the URC final, discuss the final chances for Limerick and Wexford in the provincial hurling championships and chat about Irish representation in the Premier League as the competition draws to a close this weekend.
OTB's Joe Molloy is joined by the42's Gavin Cooney and the Irish Independent's GAA correspondent Conor McKeon to go through the back-pages and the biggest sport stories on this Sunday afternoon. The panel will look at Seamus Power's piece on his personal journey, Michael Dignan on turning around his opinion from the Sky Sports GAA coverage to GAAGO's version and Wayne Rooney's thoughts on City ace Erling Haaland.
OTB's Joe Molloy is joined by the Irish Independent's Cian Tracey and travel writer and Golf Weekly co-host Fionn Davenport to discuss the biggest stories hitting the backpages and beyond on this Sunday morning. The panel will look at Paul Kimmage's latest piece on the state of horse racing, Joe Brolly's thoughts on GAA coverage in 2023 and how Leo Cullen's Blues keep marching on no matter how tough the obstacle in their way.
OTB's John Duggan is joined by the Irish Daily Mail's Philip Quinn and Michael Verney of the Irish Independent to discuss the biggest stories hitting the backpages this morning. They include a look ahead to the Masters with a fascinating chat between Paul Kimmage and Shane Lowry ahead of the Masters, Former Ireland and Lions star Fergus Slattery's family on living with his dementia diagnosis and where Stephen Kenny can bring his Republic of Ireland team after Monday's credible loss to France.
OTB’s Joe Molloy is joined by the rugby analyst Andy McGeady and Cobh Ramblers boss Shane Keegan to look through the backpages on a bumper weekend of sport. The lads will discuss Joe Schmidt vs Andy Farrell's coaching style, how women's rugby might improve and why World Athletics are right to punish Russian athletes.
OTB's Will O'Callaghan is joined by Sinead O'Carroll from the Journal and the 42s Gavan Casey to discuss all the biggest stories hitting the backpages this weekend. Including a look back at the Grand Slam coverage, why Irish women's rugby haven't capitalised on their Grand Slam ten years ago and why buying frees is becoming a problem
OTB’s Joe Molloy is joined by Golf Weekly co-host and journalist Fionn Davenport and Dion Fanning of The Currency to look through the backpages and bring you the best sportswriting of the week. Including more fallout from the Match of the Day controversy, the contrasting weeks for Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy and why it might be time for Liverpool to cash in on Mo Salah.