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Ger is back from his travels to join Eoin for this morning's instalment of #OTBAM.
We'll have reaction as Man United 'do a Spurs' and suffer a major setback in their pursuit of a top 4 finish with a 2-1 loss against Wolves. Despite taking the lead through Scott McTominay, United became the latest top 6 team to struggle at Molineux as Jota and an own-goal from Chris Smalling gave the home side the points.
Daniel Harris will join us on the Skype machine to analyse what's next for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as they lose ground in the chase for Champions League qualification.
Fergus O'Dowd, chair of the Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism & Sport, joins us ahead of a statement from Sport Ireland's Chief Executive John Treacy, which is due to be delivered to a meeting of the Oireachtas Transport, Tourism and Sport Committee later today.
It is understood that Sport Ireland have yet to receive 'sufficient explanation' for a controversial €100,000 loan from former FAI Chief Executive John Delaney to the FAI in April 2017.
We'll also have a special interview with Uri Geller to discuss his relationship with England Head Coach Eddie Jones and his influence at Euro '96.
Thom Malone will bring us all this morning's breaking sports news. For all that and more, be sure to tune in to #OTBAM via Periscope, YouTube, Facebook or OfftheBall.com from 7:45am!