Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E22

We had three Mayo Football Podcast shows last week and in this review episode Rob Murphy and I review extracts from these pods, focusing on Jason Doherty’s inter-county retirement and the start of the club Championships.

Following Jason Doherty’s announcement that his days as an inter-county player were over, he sat down for an in-depth interview with Mike Finnerty. We hear a few clips from that pod, focusing on how he decided on the timing for his departure, why the Mayo team he was part of never managed to win the All-Ireland, what it was like to battle back from two cruciate injuries and how he reckons Mayo are fixed as they head into 2024.

The focus then shifts to the club action and we hear snippets from our Championship preview show, which featured Aghamore manager Paddy Finnegan, Balla’s Ger Flanagan and Lee Keegan of Westport. This includes Lee’s rather forthright opinion on whether or not Fergal Boland should still be involved with Mayo. 

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

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2 thoughts on “Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E22

  1. Will be interesting to hear from Jason . Lovely lad off the pitch too .
    Aughamores Boland getting lots of mentions here ,
    How players play over the club championship will dictate who gets a look in next season.

  2. News breaking of Kevin McLoughlins retirement from the county team also. In my opinion the best Mayo player never to win an All-Star. How he was overlooked in the 2012-2017 period was crazy.

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