We had two Mayo Football Podcast shows last week and in this review episode Rob and I review extracts from these pods, featuring audio from podcast regular Billy Joe Padden and from Mayo manager Kevin McStay.
Billy Joe muses about the style of play needed in the modern game and he points to evidence of how Mayo attempted to set up in this way in 2023. He also reminisces about what it was like to play alongside the generational talent that was Ciaran McDonald.
Rob’s hour-long interview with Kevin McStay was, though, our main podcast highlight this week. We review what the Mayo manager had to say about what kind of year it had been for his team, what the thinking was behind the Conor Loftus experiment and how the defensive structure that was deployed fared out this year and how the aim for greater consistency will be addressed as the team faces into 2024.
This episode of the Mayo Football Podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can listen to the show without leaving the blog, using the SoundCloud player below.
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