All-Ireland winning captain Anthony Daly and his Clare team-mates of the 1990s feature prominently in this week’s episode.

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This week’s guest is arguably the most famous Mick Foley on Twitter – The Sunday Times’ award-winning journalist and author Michael Foley.

Along with covering the writing from some of the biggest sporting and cultural events on both sides of the Atlantic, Mick tells us of how he managed to delete most of Aertel on his first day of work at RTÉ and of poetry written by Kieran McGeeney’s father.

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