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SPR | Boring TV analysis, Brolly meets Gough, Lawro's BBC exit claims & Kenny's Ireland woe
Joe Molloy was joined in studio by Vincent Hogan and Gerry Thornley for this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review.
(00:03:22) Is Stephen Kenny getting enough out of this Ireland team?
(00:17:25) Lawrenson on his BBC exit: 'I was axed for being 65 and a white male.'
(00:23:20) Has the standard of TV sports analysis suffered an 'inexorably declined'?
(00:32:40) Joe Brolly & David Gough: Eavesdropping on an intimate conversation; The human cost of a World Cup in Qatar.
(00:49:20) The alleged plot to extort money from Paul Pogba.
(00:56:10) Alleged racism against indigenous players in the AFL.
(01:04:00) Munster's Ben Healy & Graham Rowntree grant increasingly rare one-on-one interviews.
(01:10:35) Can Lionel Messi finally win the World Cup?
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | Beckham's media masterstroke | Doping's losing battle with fans | Is Rooney the real deal?
Joe Molloy was joined in studio by Dion Fanning and Bernard Jackman for this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review.
(00:00:38) A run through Sunday's back pages.
(00:03:21) Wayne Rooney and his journey in football management.
(00:24:41) Queen Elizabeth's passing and 'gesture politics' in sport.
(00:35:00) David Beckham: A master at work.
(00:43:38) Club rugby begins anew, farcical challenge posed by Emerging Ireland tour.
(00:56:27) Why do all sports not face the same scrutiny when it comes to doping?
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | Patrick Reed bares his soul... and namechecks McIlroy | Why Chelsea wanted new wave Graham Potter | URC comes under fire
Joe Molloy was joined by 2010 All-Ireland winner Clíodhna O'Connor and journalist Conor McKeon on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review.
The curious case of professional golf's 'black hat' Patrick Reed sparked the first talking-point on today's papers after the 2018 Masters winner conducted his first major interview since joining the Saudi-backed LIV tour.
As the United Rugby Championship announced a sponsorship deal with state-owned Qatar Airways, the guys examined what has been a fairly negative reaction to the news among a selection of today's rugby writers.
Has sport and its superstars become too homogenized? We explored the recent proliferation of behind-the-scenes sports documentaries and the service they provide.
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | GAA's 'cultural issue' with referee abuse | How to cover doping in journalism? | Rooney's revelations on United/Arsenal | Has VAR stolen football's joy?
John Duggan was joined by the former Dublin footballer Mick O'Keeffe and journalist Brendan O'Brien on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review.
Does the GAA have a 'cultural issue' with the abuse of referees? John, Mick and Brendan explored the most recent instances of match officials being targeted and considered what must happen to eradicate this kind of behaviour.
Following an article written in the Sunday Independent by Paul Kimmage about the coverage of certain sports with relation to doping, the lads considered how often and how deeply the issue and theme of doping should arise.
Furthermore, the lads lamented the lack of coverage given over to the Republic of Ireland Women's National Team after their midweek defeat of Finland, enjoyed what Wayne Rooney had to say of his Manchester United vs Arsenal memories, and a whole lot more.
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | Brolly & O'Rourke envision new Gaelic Football | GAA's managerial merry-go-round in full swing | Golf at a crossroads
Will O'Callaghan was joined by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent and Gavin Cooney of The 42 on this week's edition of the Sunday Paper Review.
Joe Brolly and Colm O'Rourke brought us their vision of Gaelic Football as they feel it should be - and there was plenty for our two guests to talk about.
There's also plenty to talk about in the world of professional golf, and we take a look at the significant number of GAA pundits taking a dip back into inter-county management.
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | Mageean wins silver | GAA & the split season | Cliona Foley & Kieran Cunningham
Joe Molloy is joined by Cliona Foley & Kieran Cunningham for this week’s edition of The Sunday Paper Review, as we go through all the biggest stories from this morning’s back pages and beyond.