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Sport That's What I Call Football podcast with Glentoran's Paul O'Neill

22:26  03 december  2020
22:26  03 december  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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Welcome to Belfast Live' s new football podcast - That ' s What I Call Football . This week' s special guest is Glentoran captain Marcus Kane. The Oval skipper reflects on Saturday' s Irish Cup quarter-final win over Crusaders, and the Glens' title aspirations this season.

Welcome to Belfast Live' s new football podcast - That ' s What I Call Football . We are back for the new season with a brilliant new show, backed by our This week' s special guest is Glentoran captain Marcus Kane. The Oval skipper reflects on Saturday' s Irish Cup quarter-final win over Crusaders, and

It’s another week and another top episode of our Irish League podcast - That's What I Call Football.

This week's special guest is Glentoran striker and recently crowned Irish League young player of the year Paul O'Neill.

Paul joins Darren Fullerton - deputising for Gareth who is on holiday - and Gerard Lyttle in our virtual studio to talk all things Irish League.

The lads discuss Paul’s impact at The Oval, including a memorable goal in July’s Irish Cup final win over Ballymena United, and his ambitions for the future.


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We also chat about Larne’s County Antrim Shield final success on Wednesday night and whether Tiernan Lynch’s men can be in Gibson Cup contention in May.

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The Official Facebook of Glentoran Football Club. • First competitive win • Upcoming fixtures • Award for Paul O ' Neill . Clear the next five minutes and watch our latest interview with Head Coach Mick McDermott!

We reflect on Warrenpoint Town’s first ever win over Linfield and look ahead to this weekend’s big games in the Danske Bank Premiership.

Gerard also stays in the hot seat to select this week’s £50 Charity Bet with all proceeds going towards our chosen charity...

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And don't forget to check out our other episodes from this season featuring plenty of top guests.

Co Antrim Shield final: Paul Hardy reveals close bond shared by Larne's Ulster Cup team of 1987 .
You have to date back 33 years to unearth Larne's last senior cup successHardy was part of the last Larne team to win a senior trophy.

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