Extratime.com Podcast - Season 9 - Episode 7 - Keith Long - Vinny Perth - James Lowe - Bill O'Shea - Eamon Donohue - Paudie Murray - Tom O'ConnorMon, Aug 30 2021
On the Extratime.com Monday Podcast with Oisin Langan, Aoife Mullen talks to Keith Long after his sides' win over their Dublin rivals Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup on Sunday (0:58). Andrew Dempsey caught up with Longford Town boss Daire Doyle after their weekend defeat and asked him if he is worried that losing is becoming a habit (8:04).
Dundalk sealed a win in the Cup after a 5-1 win over St Mochtas on Friday night and Aoife Mullen talked to manager Vinny Perth about their next game and whether he felt Michael Duffy deserves an International call-up. (9:20)
We also have Ole Gunnar Solskaer on whether Man United got away with one against Wolves as well as his thoughts on Paul Pogba and Cristiano Ronaldo (11:50).
Former Kerry captain Billy O'Shea chats about the Kingdom's loss to Tyrone and why Peter Keane should stay on (15:20). Staying with Gaelic Games, we have Cork manager Paudie Murray talking about the upcoming Camogie final between Cork and Galway (32:05).
BBC Scotland's Eamon Donohoe chats to Oisin on Celtic's defeat to Rangers in the Old Firm derby and how James McCarthy and Liam Scales might fit in at Parkhead (34:45).
As always we have extratime.com reporter Tom O'Connor on all the Irish in action abroad over the weekend (48:40).
In our final interview of the podcast, Oisin chats to Leinster Rugby winger James Lowe (55:15).
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