Richie Sadlier Critical Of Shamrock Rovers
The panel are in 'Constant Sorrow'
RTÉ Soccer Correspondent Tony O'Donoghue analyses the 'unfair' way Giovanni Trapattoni handled the James McCarthy saga last week.
RTÉ Sport has a double-bill of English Premier League soccer this weekend.
And so the curtain comes down on another League of Ireland season.
Con laments the activities of a crass employee whose austerity measures decimated RTÉ's Libraries & Archives department in the 1980s. Can you ease his pain?
Con reflects on a very dramatic end of the Premier Division season and declares his admiration for Shamrock Rovers........and Bohemains.
Have Rovers sewn up the title or is there another twist? Read Con Murphy on the thrilling Airtricity League Premier Division title race.
Con 'name dropping' Murphy comes clean on yawning at Shamrock Rovers games and the peculiar form of beverage Russian roulette that is 'the tea game'.
So we are, more or less, where we always are, be it Mick McCarthy, Brian Kerr, Steve Staunton or Giovanni Trapattoni in charge of affairs at the helm of Irish international football.
Reading Con's piece, you can help but quote Yeats on how the Airtricity League title race has unfolded: 'All changed, changed utterly.'
Con Murphy has his take on the main issues from the Airtricity League, and how the League has provided a platform for some to make their name in management.
Con Murphy reflects on reaching a special MNS milestone, sings the praises of the League's more entertaining managers and dispels the rumours about the FAI Cup draw once and for all......
'...The general consensus seems to be that Pete should be more worried about what St. Pat's are doing...'
The photo on the sports pages of Saturdays newspapers told us everything we needed to know. The thumbs up, and big smile on Keith Fahey's face as he left the field at the Republican Stadium in Yerevan spoke volumes.
RTÉ's Soccer Correspondent reports on preparations in Yerevan ahead of the European Championship qualifier between the Republic of Ireland and Armenia.