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RTÉ's daily FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 podcast. Get unrivalled digital coverage of the World Cup, with live blogs of every game on RTÉ.ie/Sport and the RTÉ News app. Watch live coverage of all 64 games across RTÉ2, RTÉ Player and RTÉ News Channel.
 
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Former UCD, Sheffield Wednesday and Shamrock Rovers midfielder Paul Corry joins Raf Diallo and Conor Neville to watch the second half of England vs USA live, while reviewing Friday's Group A and B action and previewing Saturday's games including a must-win for Argentina against Mexico.Kirjoittanut RTÉ Sport
 
In this week's RTÉ Rugby podcast, Neil Treacy is joined by Bernard Jackman and Mick Kearney to look back on Ireland's Autumn Nations Series win against Australia. The panel pick their biggest individual winners from the Tests against Australia, Fiji and South Africa, while we also look ahead to the return of the URC this weekend.…
 
As Sky Sports exits the GAA market and streaming takes a more significant role in broadcasting inter-county games, the future of the GAA's media rights look like a very interesting place. Paul Rouse joins Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to look at the implications for viewers and broadcasters alike.Kirjoittanut RTÉ Sport
 
Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik describes life in Kiev where they’ve had no electricity for the last 5 days, the internet has been hectic and how there’s been no running water in her home for the last 2 days. She also predicts that there won’t be another wave of Ukrainian refugees over the Winter.Kirjoittanut RTÉ:Ireland
 
There was some good news this week with the publication of a new report from the Balance for Better Business Review Group. Women now make up about 36 percent of executives at board level.But is it good news or just mediocre? Professor Christine Cross, Dean of The Business School at Edinburgh Napier University joins us to discuss.…
 
You couldn’t have missed the Black Friday sales yesterday, with mountains of ads and offers. But will we be spending as much in the run up to this Christmas and what happens when others are being cautious about their spending? Deirdre Robertson, Research Officer in the Behavioural Unit at the ESRI has this on the psychology of spending.…
 
Now what about monopoly that’s been inspired by a bit of this for Christmas? Metallica song With Black Friday purchases underway, have you bought anything that’s been a bit of a shock? TV and radio producer Eoin Sweeney has been looking into the world of the oddest things you can buy!Kirjoittanut RTÉ:Ireland
 
Lockdowns have been imposed across China in the wake of rising Covid 19 infections. With businesses basically bolted shut once again, how does this fare for the darkening outlook of the world’s second largest economy? China Correspondent from the Irish Times Denis Staunton in Beijing joins us now.Kirjoittanut RTÉ:Ireland
 
From the age of seven, Eamon McCay of Frylite Solutions knew he wanted to be a businessman. Hailing from Sion Mills in Co. Tyrone, his company now has a 60 million euro turnover and employs almost 300 people. Founder and Managing Director of Frylite Solutions Eamon McCay joins us now.Kirjoittanut RTÉ:Ireland
 
Former UCD, Sheffield Wednesday and Shamrock Rovers midfielder Paul Corry joins Raf Diallo and Conor Neville to watch the second half of England vs USA live, while reviewing Friday's Group A and B action and previewing Saturday's games including a must-win for Argentina against Mexico.Kirjoittanut RTÉ:Ireland
 
Keith Treacy joins Raf Diallo and Niall McCoy to react to Thursday's World Cup action in Group G and H including Cristiano Ronaldo's controversial penalty against Ghana and Brazil's 2-0 win over Serbia. Friday's action is previewed and Keith also shares his delight about a former team-mate playing in the Canada team.…
 
Ed Leahy and Paul Corry join Mikey Stafford to look back on Day 3 of the World Cup as the Saudis struck a blow for the little guy and Cristiano Ronaldo was freed from his Old Trafford prison. Argentina were many people's fancy to crown Lionel Messi's career with the greatest accolade, but their 2-1 defeat has raised serious questions.…
 
Mikey Stafford is joined by John Brewin and Conor Neville to look back on an eventful second day of the 2022 World Cup and look ahead to Day 3. John reflects on England's silencing of the doubters, even as they were somewhat overshadowed by the silent anthem observed by their Iranian opponents.Kirjoittanut RTÉ Sport
 
Mikey Stafford is joined by Peter Branigan and Darragh Maloney, live from Doha. Darragh gives his initial impressions of Qatar, including a surprising omission from his hotel. We discuss Ecuador's convincing victory, which was preceded by Morgan Freeman's surprising opening ceremony appearance.Kirjoittanut RTÉ Sport
 
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