Posts tagged Neale Fenn
The Goodbye Jon Brier special is out now, featuring Gary Rogers, Neale Fenn, Stephen Henderson and Julian Canny

The final Between the Stripes LOI podcast to be recorded in lovely Longford is marked in grand fashion as Burke & Brier are joined for the final time by Gary Rogers, Neale Fenn, Stephen Henderson and Julian Canny. Rogers talks Europe and PFAI, Fenn reflects on that awful defeat to Bray and some departures from Longford, Hendo discusses his new job at Shels, while Julian is on hand to reflect on the possibility of an All-Ireland league. A fitting show to send Jon Brier on his way after two incredible years with Between the Stripes. Please leave your reviews as a show of thanks to the great Yorkshire man.

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Series 2-Episode 23 - FAI Cup Quarters Special!

Neale Fenn, Collie O'Neill and Stephen O'Donnell are the big name guests on this weeks edition of Between the Stripes LOI podcast as the last 8 stage of the FAI Cup rolls around. Meanwhile, we also have an ultra-passionate fans interview with Waterford FC follower, Paul Elliott. There's a look back at a defining weekend in the title race, a preview to the weekends action, plus discussions on Ireland, Roy Keane, Bohs under 19's and Faud Sule.

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Series 2-Episode 14, Managers Special.

Limerick FC boss, Tommy Barrett joins the lads after a horrible week for the Munster club, who are facing into a financial meltdown and relegation to the First Division on current form. Cobh chief, Stephen Henderson tells us about his dramatic resignation U-Turn and subsequent upturn in form, while Neale Fenn speaks to Burke & Brier after a great couple of days for Longford Town FC. There's discussion on Shane Keegan and Ollie Horgan's respective futures as well as all the regular reviews, previews, predictions and discussion on all things #LeagueOfIreland.

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Series 2, Episode 5 - Neale Fenn & Seany Fitzgerald special guests

Burke & Brier are joined this week by Longford Town boss, Neale Fenn and passionate Bohemians season ticket holder, Seany Fitzgerald. The lads discuss the image of the First Division after yet another Athlone Town debacle, while there's a new prediction game with juicy cans of Harp (other beers available) on the line. 
 

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