IOC cop out, Tipp football's big day, Podge's 50%, dependable Galway
The IOC have made their decision on Russia's involvement in the Rio Olympics... which is to say, they've farmed out that decision to the individual federations governing the Olympic sports. It's being criticised as a cop-out, and Owen Gibson of the Guardian is on the line to tell us how it came to this.
After a hectic weekend, Podge Collins can claim a 50% success rate - his Clare footballers were victorious on Saturday against Roscommon, before he came unstuck against the Galway hurlers yesterday. Conor Sweeney of the Tipperary footballers is on the line as well, with Malachy Clerkin in studio.
Plus there's whistleblowers under the bus, Murph's ticketing scam, dependable Galway and Waterford's maths problem.
Big Sam unveiled, Manchester farce, Liverpool rider, Moyes is back
The Monday Football Podcast refuses to take a summer break as Dion Fanning joins Eoin and Murph to discuss medium sized Big Sam, the importance or not of international managers, and why England is broken.
Jack Pitt Brooke joins us from the FA's headquarters to discuss Sam Allardyce's first press conference as England manager.
Plus there's high farce in China, Liverpool's rider, and Moyes' return to English football.
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