Off the Ball on Newstalk


#843

As bad as the game was I’d rather watch the replay than Dublin butchering Westmeath next week.


#844

When that doesn’t happen are you going to finally shut up about them?


#845

very true and at the moment thats only the dubs. the other 2/3 could beat each other and ge to an a1 final. something needs to be done if galway and ros have it in their mindset to think and play negatively


#846

Definitely. Shit tight games are always better than hammerings in gaelic football


#847

If it annoys you I’ll keep doing it.


#848

He joinded Celtic the day after we bet barca. Now they are losing to lincoln red imps


#849

Just listening to an OTB podcast from last night here. I know it’s not news here but Graham Hunter is one serious UUCOAM.


#850

Big interview with retiring rubby legend Mike Ross on OTB tonight. Apparently that lad only started to play rubby age 26. @gilgamboa


#851

:laughing:


#852

Thanks for the heads up. Absolutely incorrect in your fact around his age mate but decent effort all the same #playingtothegallery


#853

I’m only repeating what the man said on the Radio.


#854

You are not you rogue


#855

I don’t want to get into a Nembo Kid type situation with you. Let’s listen and hear what the fat bastard has to say for himself later on.


#856

Coward.


#857

Go shit in your hat.


#858

Mike Ross played rugby from a young age with Fermoy, then UCC, then cork Con then Harlequins before moving back to Leinster. Save yourself the bother of listening in


#859

Just watching the Six One Sports News and Ross’ team-mate Jack McGrath was interviewed and paid tribute to him - he said it was incredible for Ross to have become an international player despite not taking up rugby football until he was 27.


#860

Thank you for the confirmation.


#861

Don’t thank me, thank Jack McGrath.


#862

But now we have two sources confirming the story. Your’s from the National Broadcaster and mine from Newstalk. They can’t all be wrong.