John Giles joins Eamon to discuss the opening fixture in Ireland's 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign, which ended in a 3-2 loss to Serbia.
John Giles and Kieran Cunningham, Chief Sportswriter for the Irish Daily Star, join Eamon to discuss Ireland's recent International soccer matches and the impact of Covid-19.
Mark Tighe, Sunday Times journalist and co-author of Champagne Football: John Delaney and the Betrayal of Irish Football, talks to Eamon.
Mark Tighe, Journalist of the Year with the Sunday Times and co-author of 'Champagne Football: The Rise and Fall of John Delaney and the FAI', talks to Eamon about the ongoing arguments between those who seek to govern Irish football.
Gavin Cooney, journalist with The 42, and Brendan Dillon, former chairman of the League of Ireland, join Eamon to discuss the latest controversy in Irish football.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to discuss their experiences playing for the Irish national team.
Liam Brady and John Giles talk to Eamon.
Mark Tighe of the Sunday Times and Journalist of the Year 2019, talks to Eamon.
John Giles talks to Eamon about the football shutdown, goalkeepers losing their nerve, and the future of the Irish national team.
Mark Tighe, reporter at The Sunday Times and Newsbrands journalist of the year, talks to Eamon about the latest developments in the FAI story.
Journalist of the Year Mark Tighe of The Sunday Times talks to Eamon.
John Giles and Eamon discuss the challenge Ireland faces after the disappointing performance in Georgia.
Sunday Times journalist Mark Tighe on the questions that remain unanswered.
Ireland's manager-in-waiting talks to Eamon.
Sport Ireland chairman Kieran Mulvey talks to Eamon about the crisis threatening Irish soccer.
Mark Tighe of The Sunday Times on the latest developments in the John Delaney saga.
Mark Tighe and Kieran Cunningham talk to Eamon about the most recent developments.
Eamon is joined by Mark Tighe, and Kieran Cunningham of the Irish Daily Star, to discuss the ongoing John Delaney story that Mark broke in the Sunday Times a few weeks ago, and which continues to make headlines.
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny talks about his early career as a footballer at St. Patrick's Athletic and Home Farm, his decision to become a manager and bringing Longford Town, Derry City and Dundalk to Europe.