Every week on the Mayo Football Podcast, we make plenty of audio content available to our loyal club members on Patreon. We thought it would be a good idea to give everyone else a taster of this content and so we’re launching a new series on the podcast, providing snippets of audio from our Patreon pods.
Rob Murphy and I chat about the audio excerpts that feature in this show. Voices included in this episode are Edwin McGreal, reflecting on Mayo’s loss to Roscommon on the Final Whistle pod that went online on Sunday evening, Mike Finnerty on the same pod outlining where the loss leaves Mayo, Colm Keys of the Irish Independent on Wednesday morning’s match review pod explaining why Mayo supporters shouldn’t be too concerned about Sunday’s defeat, Colm Boyle on the same pod explaining how Mayo got sucked into Roscommon’s sticky, well-organised backline and his thoughts on how Ryan O’Donoghue might be better deployed to unpick such defences, Mayo U20 manager Maurice Sheridan and Sligo U20 manager Paul Henry speaking with Mike and Rob respectively on last night’s Final Whistle pod on the U20 semi-final.
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 directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below.
All the audio clips you hear from the various 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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