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Best Michael Gough podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Michael Gough podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Brian Boettcher and Michael Gough discuss all things in Incident Response, Malware, Threat Hunting, and securing systems from the hazards bad actors can use to ruin a Blue Team's day...
 
Brian Boettcher and Michael Gough discuss all things in Incident Response, Malware, Threat Hunting, and securing systems from the hazards bad actors can use to ruin a Blue Team's day...
 
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Podcast by Michael Piff
 
Connecting world leading researchers with policymakers to enrich evidence based policy making; providing regular episodes bringing the latest ideas to the forefront.
 
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GAA on Off The Ball
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Don't forget Off The Ball also has the best GAA analysts anywhere in the country. Regan, Quirke, Walsh, O'Connor, Moyles, Brady and much more...
 
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Michael Seavers, Dublin GAA's incoming County Board Chairman, spoke to Shane Hannon at Parnell Park tonight on Dessie Farrell's appointment to replace Jim Gavin, Gavin's legacy, the county's rude financial health, and fixture congestion.
 
At the start of the decade, Luke Keaney was one of the top prospects in the GAA. A club star who would feature for UCD and UUJ, while earning a place on the panel of the Donegal side that got to the 2014 All-Ireland final.However, that would be the last time he ever pulled on a Donegal jersey, and by 2016 he would have played his last game of G ...…
 
Nathan Murphy is joined on the line by former Dublin player Barry Cahill and former Tyrone man Enda McGinley as we discuss Jim Gavin’s departure from the Dublin set-up and what legacy he leaves behind.
 
On the final day of the penultimate month of the decade, Jim Gavin announced his decision to step aside as manager of the Dublin footballers. That brought an end to his remarkable reign in charge, that yielded six All-Ireland titles in seven years.This morning on OTB AM - former Meath captain Anthony Moyles, ex-Mayo boss Stephen Rochford and De ...…
 
Nathan Murphy joined by three Corofin club men Frank Morris, Paul McGettigan and Ray Silke.There's been a change to the AIB GAA Club Championship fixture schedule this year! Provincial Finals will take place from the 24th of November until the 8th December with the All Ireland semi-finals on the 4th and 5th of January and the finals on the 19th ...…
 
Joe Molloy is joined in studio by Tipperary Hurler Brendan Maher discuss Borrisoleigh's first Tipperary championship triumph in 33 years, their upcoming Munster final, Tipperary's All-Ireland win and how his job has given him perspective.
 
OTB AM reacts to the latest Mayo leaks, Ger Gilroy and Nathan Murphy discuss.✅ Leaked mail calling for the end of leaks.✅ Who's who in the Mayo money saga?✅ Unpaid NY tab.✅ County Board's executive labelled 'clowns'.✅ Call for resignations.OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball, live Monday-Friday from 7.30-9.30am.SUBSCRIBE to th ...…
 
Galway legend and now senior football manager Pádraic Joyce joined Joe for a chat as he prepares for his first season in charge.The Killererin clubman replaces Kevin Walsh at the helm, as issues off the pitch dominate discussions around Galway GAA of late.
 
GAA Broadcaster Mike Finnerty joined Joe to discuss the latest goings-on in Mayo GAA, as county board meetings rumble on amidst a stand-off between them and the Mayo Supporters Foundation.
 
Eoin Larkin joined Eoin in studio for a chat about his new book Camouflage on OTB AM - it's a brilliant book, and discussion - that gets stuck into life under Brian Cody, Larkin's battle with depression, the rivalry with Tipperary and Cork and the bond with his Kilkenny teammates.Larkin's take on the Cork sides that faced up to the great Kilken ...…
 
Crossmaglen captain Aaron Kernan joins Richie McCormack on the line after he won his 16th county title with Crossmaglen Rangers. We touch on their success this year, the disappointment of last year's Ulster exit and the impact Brexit might have on the town once known as 'Bandit country'
 
Waterford and Ballygunnar player Dessie Hutchenson joins Richie McCormack on the line to discuss Ballygunnar's club championship success, his return to the Waterford set-up and his spell at Brighton & Hove Albion.
 
On OTB AM, we're bringing you 'Charlie - the story of Charlie Gallagher, the GAA's lost icon' - a fantastic new sportsbook, written by Paul Fitzpatrick.Paul joined Tommy Rooney in studio for a chat about the life and times of a legendary footballer that you've probably never heard of.It's a complicated story, woven around the Troubles and the s ...…
 
It's 35 years since Paul Clarke captained the Dublin minors to an All-Ireland title in 1984. Since then he's been involved in the good days, and some bad - but he's always been there for Dublin GAA. The Whitehall Colmcille man joined Adrian and Tommy on OTB AM - to discuss a life around Dublin Football.Serving as a selector under Paul 'Pillar' ...…
 
Joe Molloy is joined in studio by Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan to talk about the historic year, coming back from injury, the disappointment of being dropped for the final and what the future holds for him.
 
Former Armagh star Jarlath Burns joined Joe to discuss his bid to become the next GAA President.
 
Adrian Barry joined by 6-time All-Ireland winner Jonny Cooper to chat about Dublin's historic win last Sunday in Croke Park
 
Richie McCormack is joined by Pat Nolan of the Irish Daily Mirror and Leitrim footballer Emlyn Mulligan as we discuss the potential Tier 2 Championship which is going before a Special Congress for vote.
 
Aaron Kernan, Billy Joe Padden & Cliodhna O'Connor join Joe to recap another dominant weekend - and season - for Dublin football.
 
GAA on OTB AM - the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball, live from 7.30am every morning!This Monday morning we're breaking down the 2019 All-Ireland final as Dublin beat Kerry by six points to seal their historic five in-a-row of All-Ireland titles!Ger and Tommy kick-start the conversation on the emotion of Dublin's win, picking out some of ...…
 
Former Dublin manager Pillar Caffrey joins Ger Gilroy in studio as we look ahead to the All-Ireland final replay between Kerry and Dublin.
 
Nathan Murphy is joined on the line by Kevin Cassidy to discuss the return of the Underdog series and look ahead to the All-Ireland football final.
 
Joe Molloy chats with former Kerry full-back Marc Ó Sé about his All-Ireland memories, his battles with his brothers and what it's like marking the Gooch.
 
Galway Camogie captain Sarah Dervan and Niamh Kilkenny join Joe Molloy on the line as they travel west on their celebration tour, following their win in the All-Ireland Camogie Final, in Croke Park yesterday.Subscribe to Off The Ball's YouTube channel for more videos, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for the latest sporting news and ...…
 
The three-Galweigens; Johnny Ward, Maire Treasa Ni Chellaigh and Danny Cummins discuss Kevin Walsh, what led to him stepping down and whether Galway are in a better position compared to before he took over.
 
Enda McGinley, Ross Munnelly & Billy Joe Padden join Joe to recap a pulsating All Ireland Final between Kerry & Dublin.
 
Here's Kieran Donaghy on yesterday's epic All Ireland final - he sees plenty of reasons for Kerry to be optimistic heading into the replay.
 
Pillar Caffrey, Mossy Quinn, Eamon Fennell & Mickey Whelan join Nathan as part of our St Vincent's Roadshow.
 
Our OTB Roadshow recorded LIVE in St Vincent's GAA club in Dublin.An All-Star panel of Pillar Caffrey, Mossy Quinn, Eamon Fennell, Denise Masterson, Mickey Whelan and Andy Moran join us on stage to look ahead to the Drive for Five final.
 
Andy Moran joins Nathan Murphy on stage at our OTB Roadshow Special at St Vincent's to discuss his recent retirement.
 
UCD professor of Irish history and sport Paul Rouse tells Joe Molloy about the history of All-Ireland finals and Gaelic football.
 
Michael Lyster, Mike Quirke and Johnny Ward give their thoughts on Sunday's final as part of our 17-hour #DriveForFive special.
 
Retired judge and Kerry native Bryan McMahon takes Joe Molloy down memory lane to the spirit of All-Ireland finals of yore.
 
Here is Eoin looking ahead to the All Ireland final with a cast of Kerry legends.
 
As part of Off The Ball's Drive for Five Special we have the airwaves over to resident Dubs Stephen Doyle and Phil Egan for an hour of Dublin chat!
 
Meath coach Colm Nally joins Eoin & Tommy to give his tactical overview of Sunday's All Ireland final between Kerry & Dublin.
 
Former Kerry star Darran O'Sullivan and former Dublin player Barry Cahill join Joe Molloy in studio to look back on the 2011 final between Kerry and Dublin, what changed for Dublin and what went wrong for Kerry.
 
#OTBLive saw Mayo's Lee Keegan join Eoin Sheahan and Tommy Rooney on the line to talk about Mayo's defeat to Dublin, how he struggled marking Con O'Callaghan and the challenges the reigning champions will cause Kerry.
 
Former Dublin star Alan Brogan joins Richie McCormack in studio as we take a look at Dublin's Drive for Five, the watershed year of 2011 and potential tax-breaks for GAA players.
 
Listen back to the season finale of #TheHurlingShow with Shane Stapleton, Michael Verney and Will O'Callaghan in studio.All-Ireland final reflectionsWhere did Tipp win the game?What did Cody get wrong?HawkEye Review Official Dickie MurphyRichie Hogan's red cardMicheál Donoghue's Galway legacy
 
Richie Hogan joins Joe to reflect on Sunday’s ill-fated All-Ireland Final and to give his thoughts on his red card.
 
Tipperary coach Tommy Dunne joins Joe & Michael Verney after his side's All Ireland win over Kilkenny.
 
Limerick hurler Shane Dowling and Denis Walsh from the Sunday Times joins Joe Molloy as we take a closer look at Tipperary's win against Kilkenny, the impact of Richie Hogan's red card and discuss the possibility of VAR in hurling.
 
Shane McGrath and Jamesie O'Connor join Joe Molloy to analyse Tipperary's All-Ireland final win over Kilkenny
 
Nathan Murphy joined in studio by Aidan 'Taggy' Fogarty (former Kilkenny hurler), Daithi Regan (former Offaly hurler) and Ryan O'Dwyer (former Tipp and Dublin hurler) to preview tomorrow's All-Ireland hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary
 
9-time All Ireland winner Tommy Walsh stopped by Off The Ball HQ on Friday morning to give OTB AM his breakdown of Sunday's All Ireland final.
 
Nathan Murphy is joined in studio by Wexford hurler Mattew O'Hanlon to reflect on a relatively successful year, Davy Fitzgerald's impact on the side and falling short of an All-Ireland final.
 
Listen back to #TheHurlingShow All-Ireland final preview special as we look ahead to Kilkenny v Tipperary this weekend.It was Shane Stapleton, 'Hollywood Mike' Verney of the Irish Independent, and Will O'Callaghan in studio as we digested Cody and Sheedy's potential set-ups on the tactics board, had our big-match predictions, and talked Derek M ...…
 
Is Derek McGrath planning to return as Waterford hurling manager?It's certainly something he's pondering carefully as he outlined in his in-depth chat with Joe Molloy.@ElectricIreland
 
Former referee Pat McEnaney and former Kerry GAA player Mike Quirke join us on the line as we discuss whether or not David Gough should referee the All-Ireland final in light of some columns questioning his neutrality.
 
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