On today’s All Ireland Final special of Now That’s What I Call Sport we were joined by a host of huge names from Dublin past and present as Jim Gavin’s boys in blue look to make it four in a row by beating Tyrone.
Former Dublin legend Charlie Redmond focuses on the Key battle in todays all Ireland football final which he feels could sway the tide one way or another.
“I think (Frank) Burns at centre back and (Ciaran) Kilkenny at centre forward is going to be a huge contest."
"I think we will win that battle because Kilkenny's movement, his ability to protect the ball and get inside and create opportunities and he's a great scorer himself."
"I think that is a crucial battle and a battle we will win."
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Also, on this morning’s show we heard from Dublin manager Jim Gavin as he aims for his 4th All Ireland crown in a row however he has not underestimated the stern test that Mickey Harte’s Tyrone team will bring. Listen to the interview in full below.
Former Dublin goalkeeper John O’Leary talks how vital Stephen Cluxton has been to this Dublin set up and what the Jack and Jill foundation means to him.
Both Dean and Barney Rock know the pressure that wearing the Dublin jersey brings especially in an All-Ireland Final and both men look ahead to today’s game. While Barney shares insight into how his son grew into the key player he is now.
Listen to the full show below;
Also, on the show this morning were Dublin legends Ray Cosgrove and Johnny Magee, as well as Tyrone manager and captain Mickey Harte and Mattie Donnelly. Former Tyrone men Sean Cavanagh, Enda McGinley and Joe McMahon weighed in on what the toughest test this current Tyrone team has faced. Current Dublin stars Jack McCaffrey and Johnny Cooper talk making history and how they don’t let the occasion overwhelm them in the build up to today. All the interviews can be found in the podcast section of 98FM.
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