Aprés Match's take on Richie Sadlier is like a spaced-out Bono

Their Darragh Maloney character is terrific though.

CARDS ON THE table: we really like Richie Sadlier’s punditry.

At times he seems like the only one allowed into Montrose while still holding the ability to see sense and another person’s point of view.

Perhaps it’s that worldview that makes it difficult to see a Sadlier character come through in this Aprés Match sketch. It feels more like Eamo in slow-motion or a spaced-out Bono… Maybe it’ll grow on us.

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