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Created by: RTÉjr
Started: June 17th, 2021
Status: Active, 18 episodes
Two Halves look back on the Euros and why none of their predictions won. It might be coming home, but they all agree the real winner was the game itself. Stephanie Roche shares her thoughts on the final, and what was written on that note! We hear from some of the England players, champions of Europe.
Jack and Harry are joined by Addison for this preview special. Lisa Fallon thinks the Lionesses might have a spot in the final. Abbie Larkin looks back on her debut goal for Ireland and predictions for the winners of the Women’s Euros 2022 are already being made.
It’s all over. Who said what? The lads reflect on an epic Premier League season but did all their guests predict Man City would win?Was Jack rooting for Chelsea? Did Harry not say Liverpool? Reaction from fans, updates on women’s soccer with Addison and the Unofficial Two Halves Awards are announced.
Former Spurs player Stephen Kelly agrees that City are likely to win the Prem. Eleven-year-old Addison Whelan reports on women’s football. One Football’s Ian McCourt talks summer transfers while Kilkenny Utd U12s girls are in the Locker room.
James McClean talks about the future of Irish football and why he never washes the team jerseys. Harry is impressed with Havertz while Jack believes Chelsea can’t afford any more mistakes to cling to third spot. The Kerry Blues Derek and Rian Comerford agree while Sligo Rovers U14s are in the Locker-room.
Referee Michelle O’ Neill says Mo Salah is the fastest player to keep up. Peamount’s Stephanie Roche is on a high after a new season 6-0 win and City fans the Pedreschis were at the Etihad for the Manchester derby.
Deadline day is re-lived as Jack and Harry look at the best January transfers. Arsenal’s Strength and Conditioning coach reveals all. 11yo Cian Douglas talks about his love for Spurs and why his Dad Ronan still treasures his first Tottenham jersey from 1987! Plus, up to Donegal where the Cockhill Celtic U12s boys are in The Locker Room.
The transfer window is wide open and anything could happen! Jack Byrne believes Manchester City could do the double while football blogger Matt Hayes wonders if Lukaku has said too much? The West-Ham Morris family are forever blowing bubbles and the Shamrock Rovers U15s boys have their say in The Locker Room.
When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.
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