Coming to you from 7:30 across all of OTB's social channels and the brand new OTB Sports App, we've a packed show for you this on this morning's OTB AM!
Ger Gilroy and Dave McIntyre are coming to you live on this Monday morning for what is shaping up to be a jam-packed OTB AM.
Former Ireland international Gary Breen will be joining the lads to look back over a non-stop weekend of Premier League action.
Be it a pretty timid Merseyside derby draw as Liverpool and Everton met at Goodison Park, the latest Arsenal calamity or Chelsea's impressive comeback against Aston Villa, we'll have it all covered on this morning's OTB AM.
After a decision was made on the sporting Mt Rushmores of Derry and Kilkenny last week, it is Fermanagh who are first up this week.
Between journalist Declan Bogue and former county footballer Colm Bradley, these two will decide who is deserving of a place on the county's Mt Rushmore.
Without the raft of 'guarantee picks' that some counties carry with them, it is sure to be a fascinating discussion that requires plenty of digging about and careful debate.
Former Ireland international and Munster man Alan Quinlan will be bringing us all the latest from the world of rugby as issues between the IRFU and the players rumble on.
Also, exclusively on OTB Sports Radio from 12:00 pm today, Alan will be bringing us his brand new series, 'How's the Head?' A show dedicated to discussions surrounding mental health and well-being, Alan's first guest will be the All Blacks legend, John Kirwan.
Finally, we'll be checking in with those members of Team OTB competing in the #RunandRide4Pieta in association with BMW Ireland and cycling coach, Michael Black.
For all that and much, much more, be sure to tune in to OTB AM from 7.30 am!
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