Between the Stripes features on Liffey Sounds 'The Big Kick Off'

Between the Stripes founder and podcast co-host, Kieran Burke was the special guest on this morning's 'The Big Kick Off' show on Liffey Sound 96.4FM as a lack of coverage for the First Division was discussed, as was Limerick FC's financial woes, Graham Burke's Ireland start, Stephen Bradley's failure this season and the success of Between the Stripes. 

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Premier Division preview - Round 13

You get the feeling this could be a pivotal weekend in the story that is the 2018 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division as Shamrock Rovers under-fire boss, Stephen Bradley faces into a game with struggling Limerick knowing anything other than a win could spell the end of his Tallaght tenure. Equally as compelling is the clash of two sides putting six match winning streaks on the line at Oriel Park as Dundalk FC host a resurgent Derry City. Speaking of resurgence, Bray Wanderers caretaker manager, Graham Kelly will be hoping his "Seagulls" can follow up the midweek win over Shamrock Rovers by claiming another three points, this time against a free-falling Waterford. Elsewhere, Bohemians host Cork City in the live game on Eir sport, while Sligo Rovers and St.Pat's will both fancy their chances of collecting three points when the former champions meet at the Showgrounds on Saturday. 

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Goalkeepers won't cost Bradley, his decision making will

On last Monday's Soccer Republic, former Sligo and Dundalk player and current pundit, Alan Cawley labeled Shamrock Rovers goalkeeping situation a "shambles" and that it will end up costing "Hoops" boss Stephen Bradley his job at the Tallaght Stadium. Although Horgan has ironically been Shamrock Rovers best of a bad bunch in the past two displays, which resulted in humiliating defeats to struggling duo Bohemians and Bray Wanderers, Cawley is correct in his assessment of the Dublin clubs goalkeeping crisis.

However, the RTE pundit was slightly off the mark when he concluded that the shambolic performances of Horgan and his counterpart Tomer Chencinski would cost under-fire Bradley his position. For it is the rookie managers mind-boggling decision making that has landed Rovers in the position they currently find themselves, eight points off the pace set by a Dundalk team yet to truly click and with two games more played by the Dublin club. READ ON....

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