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'Klopp's a one-trick pony' - Eamon Dunphy's new podcast is here, baby!

John Giles, Liam Brady and Didi Hamann are the guests on the first episode.

John Giles and Liam Brady are among the guests on Eamon Dunphy's podcast.
John Giles and Liam Brady are among the guests on Eamon Dunphy's podcast.

EAMON DUNPHY’S NEW football podcast has arrived and there are some familiar guests on the first episode.

RTÉ colleagues past and present, John Giles, Liam Brady and Dietmar Hamann joined the veteran Irish broadcaster for the first episode to discuss the pressing issues in football.

Among the topics discussed in the first show are Jurgen Klopp and whether he is a “one-trick pony,” the difference between playing football in England compared with the other top European leagues, the recent Wayne Rooney alcohol-related controversy and whether or not Jose Mourinho can succeed in the long-term at Man United.

As expected, the views are both provocative and thoughtful, and whether you agree with the opinions offered or not, they are certainly an antidote to some of the more bland football debates that have become de rigueur in the Premier League era.

Moreover, while the quartet can be somewhat limited by time restrictions in the RTÉ studios, the podcast format affords ample opportunity to expand on their often controversial comments.

You can listen to the first episode on iTunes or Soundcloud below.


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