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Paddy Bradley on Out in Front podcast
« on: June 23, 2011, 12:22:25 PM »
Derry's All-Star forward Paddy Bradley reveals his amazement at Armagh’s offensive tactics at Clones last Sunday, when the Orchardmen were humbled the Oak Leafers, admitting it was a game he’d have loved to have played in himself.

Bradley - who is set to miss the whole of the Championship through injury - also explains his anger at the suggestion that John Brennan is the first Derry manager to have had both him and brother Eoin on their side, and looks ahead to an Ulster final clash with either Tyrone or Donegal.

Also on this week’s podcast, two-time All-Ireland winning manager John O’Mahony tips his native Mayo to bounce back from their lucky escape in London with victory over rivals Galway in Castlebar on Sunday. However, he insists he can’t see any Connacht side being realistic All-Ireland contenders in 2011.

Tony McGuinness is on hand to give us the low-down on Leinster, and particularly this Sunday’s Croke Park semi-final double-header. Tony reveals that the Dubs are using Rory McIlroy’s US Open win as inspiration as they bid to put previous disappointments on the big stage behind them with victory over the Lilywhites.

All that, and much more on this week’s Out in Front podcast. Available in the iTunes store every Wednesday afternoon, or follow the link below