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The best bits from the final episode of the Rod Squad
The four-part documentary came to an end last night.

After Monaghan are forced to pull out of the Premier Division, Roddy brings the players together to apologise for the situation they find themselves in. “There will be other days and other clubs”, he ensures them


“I just want to say it has been a pleasure playing for you. I’m devastated. Thanks very much for everything you did for me.” Player Keith Quinn thanks the gaffer


Feeling guilty, Roddy does his best to get the players fixed up with other clubs and admits the whole ordeal has taken its toll


Next up is a trip to Dublin 4 for a discussion on MNS


Reflecting on the Mons’ downfall, club volunteer Colm Mahony bemoans the fact that Irish football fans choose English clubs over ones at home

It’s time for Roddy to think about his own future and he looks at the possibility of a move to Asia


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In one last symbolic action, he takes down the goalposts in the Phoenix Park, which served Monaghan for training


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