With the All-Ireland final against Tyrone now fast approaching, Mayo supporters are doubtless finding it hard to concentrate on anything other than the big game, with all the questions that this contest throws up. Questions from supporters often end up being of the rhetorical kind but in this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we’ve aimed to answer them, by inviting Mayo fans to provide us with the questions they want responses on about the Championship decider.
Hosting the show is Rob Murphy and on the spot with him fielding the supporters’ questions are podcast regulars Edwin McGreal and Colin Sheridan. Before the questions start flying, though, we hear about the colour and excitement that’s swirling around the county in the build-up to Saturday week.
The questions then come in thick and fast. These include about how Tyrone are shaping up, how tickets might be allocated on a fair basis and how Mayo are preparing for their latest final appearance. The impact of substitutions is raised, with particular reference to fans’ favourite Colm Boyle, and there’s also a question on what future years might hold for Mayo. Rounding off the show, the winners are announced for the two new alternative Mayo jerseys we’re giving away.
This episode of the Mayo News football podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below or the one on the panel on the right.
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The Mayo News football podcast is produced and edited by Ger Duffy Media. The show is sponsored by Ceramic City and Swinford Motors, two fine Mayo businesses with whom we’re proud to be associated this year, all the way to the All-Ireland final.