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#Sideline Cut

# sideline-cut - Thursday 2 February, 2017

Mourinho in fresh dig at Klopp over fourth official behaviour

The Manchester United boss was left incensed after his side’s 0-0 draw with Hull and suggested the Liverpool boss is given preferential treatment.

# sideline-cut - Sunday 8 February, 2015

James McArthur plays down weird touchline incident with Leicester boss Pearson

The pair clashed on the edge of the technical area.

# sideline-cut - Tuesday 1 April, 2014

The pundits fancied to be drafted in by Sky Sports for their new-look GAA coverage

Who would you like to see in the Sky studio this summer?

# sideline-cut - Monday 19 August, 2013

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Clare the new favourites for All-Ireland glory

Jimmy Barry-Murphy and Davy Fitzgerald were the two managers that best convinced their players of their title credentials.

# sideline-cut - Friday 12 July, 2013

Here's that amazing sideline cut by Wexford U21 hurler Gary Moore Tekkers This post contains videos

# sideline-cut - Monday 17 June, 2013

Murph's Sideline Cut: Hurling must change to truly be our national sport

Donal Óg Cusack is right; GAA chiefs have to move the game on, writes Ciarán Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 23 January, 2013

Here we go again... Ferguson intimidates referees, Benitez claims

Rafa’s gone on the attack again saying the Man Utd boss influences decisions.

# sideline-cut - Friday 28 December, 2012

Shots fired: Alan Pardew calls for Alex Ferguson ban

The Newcastle United boss says referee Mike Dean will be ‘disappointed’ with himself.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 26 September, 2012

Mancini bemoans treatment from rival managers

The Man City boss had a touchline row with Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert during City’s 4-2 League Cup third round defeat at Eastlands last night.

# sideline-cut - Monday 18 June, 2012

Murph's sideline cut: Mayo v Leitrim starting to sound like heaven after Sopot madness

“We’re a footnote in the story of Euro 2012,” sighs Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Sunday 4 March, 2012

Newcastle boss Pardew 'sorry' for celebrating

“I’ve seen it back on the television and it looks terrible. But it was just sheer relief.”

# sideline-cut - Tuesday 10 January, 2012

Who wants to see Martin Keown get hit in the head with a football? Sideline Cut This post contains videos

Who wants to see Martin Keown get hit in the head with a football?

Don’t say we don’t give you the good stuff. Here’s a man getting hit in the head while he’s doing his job.

# sideline-cut - Monday 19 September, 2011

Murph's Sideline Cut: A fitting conclusion to a marvellous summer

“You couldn’t have asked for better drama, or a more thrilling denouement,” writes Copper Face Jack’s gold card member Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Monday 29 August, 2011

Murph's sideline cut: The case for Donegal's defence

Jim McGuinness’ tactics have been the subject of much criticism after yesterday’s attritional game with Dublin. But Donegal have no questions to answer.

# sideline-cut - Monday 22 August, 2011

"For the best footballer in Ireland, ‘the Gooch’ seems short of regal status"

Colm Cooper impressed – as did Galvin’s top button performance – at Croker yesterday.

# sideline-cut - Monday 15 August, 2011

Sideline Cut: In defence of the noble GAA pundit

GAA analysts entertain and inform, writes Newstalk’s Ciaran Murphy, so why do they get such a bad rap?

# sideline-cut - Monday 11 July, 2011

Murph's sideline cut: "There is nothing on earth scarier to a culchie than a Dublin kid engaging you in conversation"

Newstalk’s Ciaran Murphy reflects on the disappointing Dubs and the rest of the weekend’s GAA action.

# sideline-cut - Monday 4 July, 2011

Murph's sideline cut: 'He was in no position to know that he'd gravely insulted me on my birthday'

Cans with a hurling legend, insults from a former bainisteoir and self-examination on our train network; it’s another weekend of GAA broadcasting for radio’s own Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Monday 27 June, 2011

Murph's sideline cut: behind enemy lines...

This week our man ventured north to Mayo to watch his home county lose out to their provincial rivals in Castlebar. And other short stories.

# sideline-cut - Monday 20 June, 2011

Sideline cut: Murph gets up close and personal with the Rebels

“Frank Murphy was there of course, and the man knows how to wear a trench-coat, I’ll give him that. It immediately gives him an air of style and quiet sophistication, far removed from the O’Neill’s jackets sported by your regular county board apparatchik.”

# sideline-cut - Monday 13 June, 2011

Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy's pitchside perspective

Murph packed it in again this weekend with an enjoyable trip to the sunny south-east followed by a journey to Carrick-on-Shannon in the rain yesterday.

# sideline-cut - Monday 6 June, 2011

Sideline Cut: Ciaran Murphy's pitchside perspective Between The Lines This post contains videos

Sideline Cut: Ciaran Murphy's pitchside perspective

This weekend saw Murph front row centre at a wedding rather than in the best seat in the house at Croker.

# sideline-cut - Monday 30 May, 2011

Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy's pitchside perspective

Radio’s own Ciaran Murphy will spend the summer reporting on the GAA action at championship Ground Zero. We’re going to tag along.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 18 May, 2011

Is Ger Loughnane right to warn against Munster championships tampering?

The All-Ireland-winning manager says the GAA would ‘lose part of its soul’ if Croke Park abolished the Munster hurling and football championships. Would it?

# sideline-cut - Friday 6 May, 2011

Fantasy Football: Spurs and City on the double

There’s extra points to be had this week as Tottenham and Man City meet in a Champions League place showdown.