Added Time: Fears over Conor Murray allayed

Emmet Malone, Ian O’Riordan and John O’Sullivan join Gavin and Mary this week

 

Concerns about Conor Murray’s form are somewhat allayed as John O’Sullivan and Gavin Cummiskey are in studio to discuss Ireland’s 22-13 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield, and following France’s “Waterloo” at Twickenham is the latest Les Bleus player revolt imminent or are they too damn lazy?

Emmet Malone used to work the train line. Thirty years after attending a division two promotion scrap between Manchester City and Chelsea (read it here), our football correspondent swaps Maine Road for The Etihad to witness Pep Guardiola’s men inflict a 6-0 hiding on the Londoners.

“Why journalists, or how they report on conjecture and rumour, that’s your profession, not mine,” says Dublin manager Jim Gavin after Kerry’s one-point victory in Tralee. Ian O’Riordan returns from his ancestral home to assess this emotionally charged affair. In absentia, Diarmuid Connolly gets a mention. The Dubs still need him. Ian tells us why.

All in your Monday lunchtime Added Time podcast, with Gavin and Mary Hannigan temporarily sitting-in for Malachy Clerkin and Pat Nugent

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