Defining success in 6N, Super Bowl 50, Ken Burley, sporliticians
It's a huge weekend of sport, stretching from the start of the Six Nations to the Superbowl, which will finish up in the early hours of Monday morning.
US Murph gives us the latest from the lunacy in San Francisco, host city to Super Bowl 50, while Matt Williams gives us his definition of what success looks like for Ireland over the next 7 weeks.
Plus there's kabaddi and Samuel Beckett, politicians pretending to be sports fans, and a birthday return for Ken Burley.
The case for Leicester, Neville abroad, China wins, ticket strike
Eoin, Ken and Ciaran talk about the rise of China as a force in the global transfer market, ticket price madness, and the peculiar perils of being a billionaire surrounded by skilled advisers who are keen to help.
Richie Sadlier joins us to discuss the likelihood of Leicester holding it together for 14 more games.
And Ed Malyon reports from Barcelona, where Gary Neville got caught in the Messi-Suarez crossfire.
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