House of Football: Haggling to get into League of Ireland games, Liverpool’s decline and Bruno Fernandes moaning
"I rocked up and the fella laughed at me! It was sold out!"
Former Republic of Ireland captain Kenny Cunningham joined us for episode two of our new podcast House of Football.
The ex-Wimbledon and Birmingham City defender spoke to host Eric Lalor about the rise in popularity of the League of Ireland, the apparent decline of Liverpool and Bruno Fernandes' moaning.
Kenny also predicted that Arsenal would go all the way and win the Premier League this season.
“I rocked up and the fella laughed at me! It was sold out!” 😭
Kenny Cunningham on how difficult it is to get into League of Ireland games this season.
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Cunningham opened the show by detailing his experience of needing to haggle to get into Richmond Park to watch St. Patrick's Athletic take on Bohemians.
The League of Ireland has seen record attendances this season, with many games sold-out well in advance.
Kenny, who covers the league as a pundit for RTÉ, detailed his own experience of trying to get into a sold-out match in Dublin earlier this season.
The former Ireland defender also spoke about Man United fans' Premier League title hopes, Virgil van Dijk's troubles and Arsenal emulating Leicester City.
You can catch up on the episode below.
House of Football: Episode Two highlights.
On House of Football this week, we also covered:
- Chelsea sacking Graham Potter and player power.
- Brendan Rodgers' next move - a future Ireland manager?
- The Liverpool players that Jurgen Klopp needs to move on.
- The buzz around the League of Ireland.
- Moaners in football.
- Man City's biggest threat in the Champions League.
Haggling to get into League of Ireland games, Liverpool’s decline and Bruno Fernandes’ moaning. Former Ireland captain Kenny Cunningham joins Eric Lalor for House of Football episode two.
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