Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E17

In this episode of the Mayo Football Podcast, Rob and I provide a sample of the audio content released on the pod over the last week, almost all of which was made available first to our club members on Patreon.

We start by listening to audio from Dan Bannon of the Louth and Proud podcast on the Final Whistle show recorded after Mayo had just beaten the Wee County. Next we hear about the state of the MacHale Park pitch on the Louth review pod where Mike was joined by Billy Joe Padden and Stephen Drake. 

We then hear from Pauric Ring and Ger Brady who were chatting with Mike about the ‘Together for Ger’ exhibition match and after that there’s audio from Nigel Reape and Seán Deane on the Final Whistle show recorded at Carrick-on-Shannon following the Minors’ defeat to Monaghan on Saturday evening.   

This episode of the Mayo Football Podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can also listen to it here on blog using the SoundCloud player below.

Most of the audio clips you hear from the contributors on this show featured in pods first released on Patreon, where our club members get access to loads of exclusive content and more besides.

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5 thoughts on “Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E17

  1. Reason why teams always think we have a chance against Mayo. Mayo play the level of that team they are playing.

  2. I would also venture that over the years, weaker teams smell blood against us as we struggle against blanket defenses and tend to give opposition a route back into games we are winning comfortably.

  3. One of the many reasons to love Cillian is that he never took his foot off the gas. A professional finisher no matter how much we lead by. Can’t wait for him to be back.

  4. Agree on Cillian would love to see him and Aido get their Celtic crosses. Tommy Conroy at full tilt is also a lethal weapon to have in the arsenal. We can no longer be accused of not having marquee forwards and a serious bench.
    The proof will be in the pudding come Sunday either way.

  5. It’s in our psych. How many times do you hear Mayo people saying “Ah sure we need a good test” “we be better off with a one point win instead of hammering them” “if we hammer them it will do us no good”

    Well fcuk that. I’d like to see more hammerings like we dished out against Sligo in 2015 and Donegal in 2013.

    We’ve taken a fair few ourselves down the years. I’ve always felt to win an all Ireland final we will need to be in total control and winning well.

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