OTB's Sunday Paper Review
OTB's Sunday Paper Review
About OTB's Sunday Paper Review
Subscribe to OTB's Sunday Paper Review where Joe Molloy and guests dissect the Sunday sports pages from the UK and Ireland as they get stuck into the biggest stories of the week! Live on Off The Ball from 1pm every Sunday, or subscribe to get the podcast!
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.
OTB's Joe Molloy is joined by sportswriter Cliona Foley and Sunday World columnist Roy Curtis to discuss the biggest sport stories hitting the back pages this weekend. They include a full spread interview with Brian O'Driscoll, Dublin faltering in the league and plenty of build up to Liverpool v Manchester United in the Premier League.
OTB’s Joe Molloy is joined by rugby writer with the Irish Independent Cian Tracey and the Irish Examiner's Brendan O'Brien to take a look at the big stories hitting the backpages and bring you the best views on the issues affecting football, rugby and more.
OTB's Joe Molloy is joined by Dion Fanning of The Currency and Assistant Sports Editor of the Irish Daily Mail Hugh Farrelly to go through the back pages and discuss the biggest stories in the world of sport this weekend.
OTB's Will O'Callaghan is joined by Chief Sportswriter with the Irish Daily Star Kieran Cunningham and Football Correspondent with the42.ie Gavin Cooney to go through the days backpages and the biggest news and views in the world of sport.
OTB's John Duggan is joined by the Irish Independent's Michael Verney and soccer correspondent with the Irish Times Gavin Cummiskey to look through the backpages and discuss the biggest stories in the world of sport.
OTB’s John Duggan is joined by former Dublin Gaelic Footballer Mick O'Keeffe, and the Sports Editor of the Irish Daily Mail, Orla McElroy to go through the days backpages and the biggest news and views in the world of sport.
Joe Molloy was joined by sportswriter Cliona Foley and Editor of TheJournal Sinead O'Carroll on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (04:20) Shane McGrath and Joe Brolly on the latest Up The Ra controversy (33:00) Report on how the ball is spending less time in play in football (40:00) Mick Foley on potentially changing the names of GAA stadia (45:00) How high is too high for a rugby tackle? (48:05) Paul Kimmage on his clash with Graham Rowntree on concussion (61:00) The latest news on Damar Hamlin and how to protect players in a physical sport
Joe Molloy was joined by journalist Kieran Cunningham and Cobh Ramblers manager Shane Keegan on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) Lionel Messi: Separating the man from the player. (24:00) What the allegations against Vera Pauw tell us about elite coaching. (55:00) Katie Taylor in Madison Square Garden. (01:01:00) 'Running a marathon is hard, to do it in Antarctica - that's mind-blowing.'
Joe Molloy was joined by journalists John Greene and Brendan O'Brien on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) England out, but World Cup offers more answers than questions. (18:00) Why does Neymar annoy people? Barney Ronay has an answer. (40:00) Joe Brolly, the GAA and getting lost in grey areas. (01:00:00) The joy of watching David Clifford.
Joe Molloy was joined by his Golf Weekly compatriot Fionn Davenport and journalist Gavan Casey on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (02:00) The Chosen One: Part 2 of Rory McIlroy with Paul Kimmage. (32:00) Why everyone wants Lionel Messi to win the World Cup (except Joe). (44:00) A new kind of England team. (55:00) "It's done, it's over, Eddie Jones needs to go!" (01:03:00) Fury vs Chisora III: 'Even Fury looked uncomfortable - it should have been stopped earlier.'
Joe Molloy was joined by journalist Dion Fanning and two-time All-Ireland winner Sarah O'Donovan on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (04:00) The light and shade of Lionel Messi's final years. (25:00) Joe Brolly questions Roy Keane's peacemaking credentials. (39:00) 2022 World Cup: 'The biggest carbon emitter ever outside of war.' (52:00) Rory McIlroy sits down with Paul Kimmage (again).
John Duggan is joined by journalists Tommy Martin (Virgin Media, Irish Examiner) and Roy Curtis (Sunday World) for this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (03:30) Gianni Infantino and all that's wrong with the Qatar World Cup. (27:00) Sven, Capello & Roy: Wayne Rooney's England memories. (34:00) Messi, Ronaldo & the World Cup's footballing storylines. (53:00) Are Andy Farrell's Ireland really the world's best? (01:08:00) Michael Murphy: Donegal's hero departs the stage
Joe Molloy is joined by journalists Sinead O'Carroll (The Journal) and Conor McKeon (Irish Independent) for this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) Sickening Carbery hit overshadows underwhelming win. (16:50) 'Something about this story leaves me very uncomfortable.' (25:00) David Clifford's legend grows ever greater. (35:00) Pat Spillane and the GAA's battle with rural depopulation. (42:00) An eye-opening assessment of Martin O'Neill's new book. (48:00) Damien Duff: Ireland's next senior manager? (53:00) World Cup fever has yet to take hold.
Joe Molloy is joined by journalists Cliona Foley and Rúaidhrí O'Connor for this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) Ireland beat the Springboks and spark mixed feelings in rugby pundits. (25:00) Martin O'Neill's new book looks to settle some scores. (33:00) Gary Neville's Qatar logic is torn to shreds. (50:00) Andriy Shevchenko and the ongoing war in Ukraine. (01:00:00) 'A drunk mind speaks a sober heart.'
Joe Molloy is joined by journalist Gavin Casey and Cobh Ramblers manager Shane Keegan on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review. (04:00) Stephen Kenny comes out swinging. (10:00) Cristiano Ronaldo struggles with the passing of time. (29:30) Zaur Antia: Ireland's boxing mastermind / Katie Taylor's endgame. (46:00) Joe Brolly gives Roddy Collins two thumbs up. (56:00) 'We're up to 9th now in Europe in terms of obesity.' (01:02:00) The GAA and a relationship with violence.
Joe Molloy is joined by former Irish rugby international Eoin Reddan and journalist Brendan O'Brien on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (03:40) Leaky FAI board making Stephen Kenny's life more difficult. (10:30) Dylan Hartley (34:00) Neil Francis has a radical plan to clean up rugby. (42:00) 'Up the 'Ra' outrage will follow Ireland's history-makers to Australia. (01:02:49.443) Pep Guardiola and the remarkable resurgence of Granit Xhaka.
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