Top of the Pods - Off The Ball's Top 10 Podcasts in March
Including Roy Keane and Joe Brolly in Crossmaglen18:25 Thursday 13 April 2017, 18:25 13 Apr 2017
There was plenty to talk about in March and here are Off The Ball's Top Ten podcasts from last month:
1. The Roy Keane Interview
Former Manchester United and Ireland captain Roy Keane joins Ger on the line for an in-depth interview.
2. John Hartson: Bale, Taylor & Keyboard Warriors
John Hartson joined Ger, Nathan and Dave on the line to give his views on a fiery affair at the Aviva.
3. Joe Brolly at Crossmaglen
Derry legend and TV pundit Joe Brolly spoke of his admiration for Crossmaglen's style at a special broadcast to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of their first club All-Ireland.
4. Mayo's Logistical Nightmare
Dr Ed Coughlan joins Ger on the line to talk Mayo and the disruption to their match preparations as a result of logistics.
5. Golf Weekly: The End for Golf Bandits
The lads talk to Pat Finn, CEO of the Golf Union of Ireland about "Handicap Awareness Month". Plus Dustin Johnson reigns supreme in Mexico.
6. Ross Tucker: Why do we care about doping
Ger is joined in studio by Ross Tucker (@scienceofsport) - to chat about his background in sports science and get his thoughts on a number of stories around doping in sport
7. Sunday Paper Review: Foley, Kimmage
On a weekend when Ireland's Six Nations hype died, Paul Kimmage and Cliona Foley joined Joe in studio. They also separated the good stats from bad.
8. The Jerry Flannery Interview
Jerry Flannery joins Joe on the line to talk about a rollercoaster season at Thomond Park.
9. Saturday Panel: Rugby Smugness
Tommy Martin, Marie Crowe and Kieran Cunningham join Ger in studio for a Saturday Panel in the wake of Ireland's loss to Wales and that Barca comeback still in view.
10. Football Show: Barca comeback
Bless your ears with the most incredible of Champions League comebacks. Ger, Joe and Kevin watched on as an outrageous night of football unraveled in the Camp Nou.
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