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Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!

Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!
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Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!

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@98FM

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English

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Episodes

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 22nd September

9/22/2019
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On this weeks episode of Now That's What I Call Sport, we were joined by Dublin heroes Jack McCaffrey, Brian Howard and Lyndsey Davey following their historic All-Ireland wins last weekend, Shelbourne CEO David O'Connor shared some insight into his role and how he moved from the pitch to the boardroom at the Division One champions while former Liverpool, Manchester United, Liverpool and England striker Michael Owen gave an exclusive interview following the release of his new book Reboot.

Duration:00:47:37

Now That’s What I Call Sport Exclusive Interview With Michael Owen

9/22/2019
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Jamie was joined in the studio this week by former Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United man Michael Owen following the release of his new book REBOOT. The Ballon d’Or winner touched on some of the controversial topics mentioned in the book, both his playing career and what his life entails away from the beautiful game.

Duration:00:30:49

Shelbourne CEO – David O’Connor On His Role With The New Division One Champions

9/22/2019
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Jamie chatted exclusively to Shelbourne CEO David O’Connor following his sides recent promotion to the SSE Airtricity league Premier Division. He discussed moving from being a player to the boardroom, his role as CEO and his plans for the future.

Duration:00:21:09

Davey, McCaffrey & Howard On A Historic Weekend For Dublin Football

9/22/2019
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On this week’s episode we were joined by three Dublin heroes, both Jack McCaffrey and Brian Howard had their say on completing the historic Drive-For-Five while Lyndsey Davey of the Dublin ladies chats following their third All-Ireland title in a row.

Duration:00:13:37

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - September 15th

9/15/2019
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On this weeks episode of 'Now That's What I Call Sport' we celebrated Dublin's historic five-in-a-row as they saw off Kerry in the All-Ireland final replay. Jim Gavin, Michael Darragh MacAuley, Philly McMahon and Charlie Redmond all reflected on the win. Elsewhere, Shane Byrne gave us his thoughts of Ireland's chances heading into the Rugby World Cup and Jamie caught up with the Shelbourne heroes who helped the Dublin club seal promotion back to the top-flight.

Duration:00:46:48

Exclusive Rugby World Cup Preview With Ireland Legend Shane Byrne

9/15/2019
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Shane Byrne spoke exclusively to 'Now That's What I Call Sport' ahead of Ireland's opening Rugby World Cup clash with Scotland next week. The former hooker had his say on their chances to win the tournament, Schmidt's team selection and how the players will be feeling having played in two World Cups as a player.

Duration:00:09:27

Shelbourne's Heroes On Their Emphatic League Win

9/15/2019
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Shelbourne sealed their return to the top flight of Irish football by being crowned first division champions this weekend. Ian Morris' men saw off second placed Drogheda United by three goals to one to seal top spot. Jamie chatted to both the staff and players on what was a historic night for the Dublin club.

Duration:00:10:39

Dublin's All-Ireland Five In A Row Special - Now That's What I Call Sport

9/15/2019
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Dublin made history becoming the first team to win the Sam Maguire five times in a row following their impressive replay win over Kerry. We were joined by Michael Darragh MacAuley, Philly McMahon, Jim Gavin, Jason Sherlock and former boy in blue Charlie Redmond to discuss the historic feat.

Duration:00:26:38

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 8th September

9/8/2019
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On this weeks episode of 'Now That's What I Call Sport' we were joined by Irish rugby duo Joe Schmidt and Rory Best who have been involved their last home game for Ireland in the final World Cup warm up win over Wales. Jamie then chatted to new Ireland women's manager Vera Pauw on the challenge facing her and what she is expecting. The Republic of Ireland men's team drew 1-1 with Switzerland which brought back fond memories for Mick McCarthy, while Darren O'Dea also had his say on the hugely...

Duration:00:52:48

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 8th September

9/8/2019
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On this weeks episode of 'Now That's What I Call Sport' we were joined by Irish rugby duo Joe Schmidt and Rory Best who have been involved their last home game for Ireland in the final World Cup warm up win over Wales. Jamie then chatted to new Ireland women's manager Vera Pauw on the challenge facing her and what she is expecting. The Republic of Ireland men's team drew 1-1 with Switzerland which brought back fond memories for Mick McCarthy, while Darren O'Dea also had his say on the...

Duration:00:53:29

'It's Incredibly Special This Place, It's Nice For My Young Family To Hear That' - Best On Final Aviva Outing

9/8/2019
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Ireland beat Wales by 19 points to 10 in their final World Cup warm-up game at the Aviva stadium. That win sees Ireland head into the World Cup in Japan ranked as the best team in the world. However, the solid win also marked the last time we will see two hugely important figures of Irish rugby in action at the Aviva stadium. Joe Schmidt will step down as Ireland boss after the World Cup and captain Rory Best will retire after his efforts in Japan. We heard from both men on what was an...

Duration:00:08:30

'That Was Days Of Old, That Was Jack's Days' - McCarthy On Atmosphere At The Aviva Stadium

9/8/2019
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The Republic of Ireland left it late to snatch a point at home to Switzerland in the Euro 2020 qualifier at the Aviva stadium. The Swiss took the lead with fifteen minutes to go before David McGoldrick scored his first international goal with moments remaining. His header sent the Irish fans into uproar which brought back fond memories for Mick McCarthy. We also heard from former Ireland international Darren O'Dea who had his say on the superb result.

Duration:00:16:43

'There'll Be A Few Tears Shed By Many A Grown Men If We Could' - Cosgrove On 5 In A Row

9/8/2019
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Ex-Dublin star Ray Cosgrove spoke to Jamie Moore ahead of the huge All-Ireland final replay with Kerry as the boys in blue aim to secure a fifth consecutive All-Ireland title in a row at the second time of asking. We also hear from Dubs' boss Jim Gavin and Kerry manager Peter Keane.

Duration:00:12:55

Now That’s What I Call Sport All-Ireland Final Special – Dublin v Kerry

9/1/2019
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This week was a special two-hour edition of ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’ as we covered every blade of grass on Dublin’s drive-for-five. We chatted to both managers, Jim Gavin and Peter Keane. Current players such as Johnny Cooper, Paddy Andrews, Gavin Whyte, Sean O’Shea and Paul Murphy. Legends from both counties also had their say on the huge occasion with Aidan O’Mahony, Thomas O’Sé, Mossy Quinn and Senan Connell.

Duration:01:04:34

Now That's What I Call Sport Exclusive Interview With Richard Dunne

9/1/2019
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Jamie was joined by ex-Ireland international Richard Dunne for a ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’ exclusive interview. Dunne is the owner of the FMC academy, which is based in Monaco, who recently played two games against Shamrock Rovers and Belvedere at under-age level. The Irish legend relived some of his most memorable moments and answers the big question, does he miss the beautiful game?

Duration:00:23:56

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 25th August

8/25/2019
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On this week’s episode of ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’ we were joined by Dublin star Michael Dara McAuley ahead of their huge All-Ireland final clash with Kerry. Mick Bohan and Sinead Aherne spoke ahead of the the TG4 All-Ireland semi-final clash with Cork. We had reaction from Ireland’s hammering at the hands of England in Twickenham from Joe Schmidt, Rory Best, Ian Henderson and Bundee Aki. Cabinteely manager Pat Devlin chatted to Jamie about former FAI and Cabo kit-man Michael ‘Locker’...

Duration:00:46:58

98FM LOI Sunday - Exclusive Chat With New UCD Manager Maciej Tarnogrodski

8/25/2019
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Jamie spoke exclusively to new UCD manager Maciej Tarnogrodski. His appointment comes following Collie O’Neill’s departure after their 10-1 humiliation at the hands of Bohemians. Maciej spoke on why he took the job, what was going through his mind before saying yes and what he hopes to achieve with the students.

Duration:00:09:37

Is The No.5 Banned In Your Life? - 'No, Not At All' - McAuley Ahead Of All-Ireland Final

8/25/2019
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We caught up with Dublin midfielder Michael Dara McAuley ahead of their huge All-Ireland final clash with Kerry on the 1st of September. Jim Gavin’s men are on the drive-for-five as they look to become the first team in history to win the Sam Maguire five times in a row. Despite the huge emphasis on this, McAuley insists his team won’t let that effect their performance.

Duration:00:05:52

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 18th August

8/18/2019
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On this weeks episode of ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’ we were joined by Munster and Ireland star Peter O’Mahony, Brian O’Driscoll and Ronan O’Gara as they weighed in on the upcoming Rugby World Cup. Vinny Perth spoke on Dundalk’s exit from European football while Wexford Youths ladies manager, Tom Elmes had his say following their Champions League exit in Lithuania. Michelle O’Neill was apart of the first ever all-women officiating team to take charge of a competitive senior men’s European...

Duration:00:47:46

'When It's All Done And Dusted, I Might Start Counting' - Darcy On Hunt For Five In A Row

8/18/2019
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Dublin selector Declan Darcy spoke ahead of the crucial All-Ireland football final between Dublin and Kerry on the 1st of September. Jim Gavin’s men are on the brink of history as they bid to become the first team to win the Sam Maguire five times in a row. However, they face the old-enemy and a team that came close to the same feat twice before, in Kerry.

Duration:00:08:05