The week just gone was a hectic one for us on the Mayo Football Podcast, with four separate shows going online for our club members on Patreon during the week, featuring interviews with three separate Mayo managers. In this pod, Rob and I introduce a few segments from these four shows.
Last Monday, Mike caught up with Mayo LGFA manager Michael Moyles to reflect on his team’s Connacht final victory over Galway, then on Friday morning Rob sat down to chat with Senior manager Kevin McStay as his charges gear up for the start of the All-Ireland SFC group stage while on Friday evening Mike spoke with Minor manager Seán Deane after his side had drawn with Sligo in the Connacht MFC.
We also had a separate pod during the week with Colm Boyle, who looked back on the Connacht final, cast his mind ahead to the Kerry game and what lies beyond this summer for Mayo and provided his take on the top three teams in the country right now.
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3 thoughts on “Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E12”
I see the spread is -2 for the mayo kerry game
I’d be happy to run kerry within 2 points in Killarney
I think it’s a great chance to take the shackles off and have a right go at the all Ireland champions in there home ground
If we can’t beat Louth and cork we have no business in the latter stages of the all Ireland
I think we beat both comfortably,especially after louths performance against Dublin,hard to come back from
““We have to take every game on its merits. The Mayo game is going to be a really big game. They’re going to bring massive travelling support from Mayo. They’re notorious supporters, from the point of view that they back their team through thick and thin. They will bring huge support to Killarney.
“We are expecting a big Kerry support as well. Traditionally, the Kerry public like Killarney as a venue, and the atmosphere around the town, and all that. We’re expecting a huge crowd there, and I think the players will be looking forward to that. Deep down, we were expecting a Munster final there, but that didn’t transpire, so we’re getting a big game there now anyway.”
“The players enjoy that. They like playing in good atmospheres but these are a bunch of players who experienced the Kerry/Dublin game last year where the atmosphere was absolutely electric – and I haven’t experienced anything like it before – so they will enjoy a full house in Killarney and a big atmosphere.”
We really need to bring a big crowd but i get a horrible feeling its going to be a poor turnout travelling
Sean – I agree. Can’t see a big crowd travelling either. Cost, length of journey etc. Hopefully at least three more games coming up in next month after that- two possible in Castlebar and one in Ennis a lot more accessible.
Can see a lot of people giving this one a miss.