Posts tagged julian canny
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 20 with Clancy, Cronin, Hollywood & Canny

After a week away the lads return to run us through a weekend of huge FAI cup drama as well as analyzing the last 16 draw. There's interviews with Drogheda manager Tim Clancy, new Bray boss Gary Cronin, Longford Town match winner Jamie Hollywood and Galway United superfan Julian Canny. Kieran and Jon preview the weekends action in our latest St.Mel's brewery prediction game, while the lads also have a debate on the decision to host the EA Sports Cup final in Derry. A tasty show not to be missed. Now available on SoundCloud, Spotify & TuneIn!

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Series 2-Episode 15 Fans Special

Hosted by Kieran Burke, Series 2-Episode 15 of Between the Stripes LOI podcast gives the power to the fans as we hear from supporters of Cork City, Dundalk, Galway and Finn Harps in a unique episode not to be missed. We've everything from Damien Delaney to Saudi based takeovers covered. Sponsored by FLOMAX.IE

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Series 2, Episode 6 - Featuring Declan "Fabio" O'Brien, Stephen Rice & Julian Canny

On this weeks show Kieran & Jon are joined by Soccer Republic's Declan "Fabio" O'Brien as the lads take a look at the fortunes of Fabsters former clubs so far this season. Stephen Rice is on the line to talk Rovers, coaching and his controversial release by Longford, while Galway fan Julian Canny looks ahead to a huge weekend in the First Division.

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