GAA Podcasts

Going to use this thread to plug some decent GAA podcasts that are being produced weekly or more regularly:

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Anyone reccomend a decent podcast player for Android. I was using one but didn’t work after updating from Android Kitkat…

I like woolys one but the mic levels are all over the shop

I just use Soundcloud myself.

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Podcast Republic works well.

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Gone with Podcast Addict. One i was using originally, had to reinstall , updating didnt fix

That’s the one I use

Just downloaded it myself and it’s much better than SoundCloud. Cheers for the headsup.

A question for you here.

I see the Dublin GAA podcast has an option to download. I was having a look at podcasts for example newstalk and I don’t always see an option to download.

I was thinking of getting podcasts for the car as I drive up from Cork and I didn’t want to leave the 3G on. Do most of the podcasts not have a download option or is there any way around this?

Ok must get back to the Dublin v Mayo post. Those 400 messages aren’t going to get read by themselves.

Most, if not all of the GAA Podcasts that I have favored in the app Podcast Republic have the option to download.

Good stuff. Appreciate the info. I’ll download that app and see how I get on.

Been listening to the last couple of wooly podcasts on and I’ve have to say, Barry Cahill is very good on them, is he a regular contributor on that pod?
I also use podcast republic, dead handy for downloading pods.

Interview here with Kevin Nolan

Blue is the Colour

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Jaysus, the dirt of that football in Currans hands.

Heading out for a run shortly and plan on listening to the Paul Curran podcast, is it good?

I enjoyed it - bit of a whistle stop tour through his playing days though.

I’m enjoying it alright … but I’m about 30 minutes in to it and we’ve only just won the AI in 1995… another 25 mins or so left I think…

Finished the Paul Curran podcast today. Thought it was only ok, very long and I was disappointed they didn’t take the opportunity to discuss a bit more about the current crop.

I know the idea is that former players discuss their own careers but given how long it was I’d have been interested to hear Curran’s thoughts on how things have changed, a small bit of insight on Jim Gavin maybe.

Curren pretty much ruled out being an inter county manager, Whelo stopped short of doing that.

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I listened to the Fenton interview yesterday. I had no idea that he was playing AFL 8 / 9 before he got his act together and got onto the U21 panel. He seems like a stand-up bloke.

I would have preferred more focus on the contests against Kerry and Mayo in recent years but I understand the reluctance to discuss this aspect while Fenton is still playing.