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The Final Third

The Final Third
The Final Third is Ireland's fastest-growing football podcast. Set in Dublin, the show is presented by Rob Canavan, Ger Deegan and Conor Kelly. You can catch every podcast on http://thefinalthirdfootballpodcast.com .You can also follow the Final Third on Twitter via @Third_Final and catch all their pods via iTunes. and Soundcloud.

Cocu’s Youthful PSV Prove They Are Capable of Challenging Ajax Dominance:

Conor Kelly from The Final Third assesses the title credentials of Philip Cocu’s youthful PSV side, as they attempt to topple the dominant Eredivisie force that are Ajax Amsterdam. “We break their asses, we scare them, these are children!” Those were the remarks made by Milan’s Phillipe Mexès to his team-mates in the tunnel before the Champions League play-off with …

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The Final Third Ep. 3

It’s everybody’s favourite time of the week; the latest episode of the ever popular Final Third Football Podcast. Our third show of the new season has arrived and it is a doozy! Rob Canavan, Conor Kelly and Ger Deegan fly through the major topics in football in their own enthusiastic style. The Premier League, The Championship, Serie A, La Liga, …

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The Final Third Ep.2

The lads from The Final Third are back with Episode 2 of Ireland’s fastest-growing football podcast. So our second podcast of the new season is here and it is a jam packed edition. Rob Canavan and Conor Kelly run through the various happenings in European club football. There’s a review of the first week if the Premier League. Mourinho’s return, …

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The Final Third Season 2013/14: Ep. 1

It has finally arrived! The new football season is just taking shape and the lads from The Final Third are back with the first instalment of this season’s popular podcast. So, after a summer in isolation, The Final Third Podcast returns to your ears. Plenty of drinking and inappropriate behaviour took place, but alas,we are back. Rob Canavan, Conor Kelly and …

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The Final Third Ep. 21 with Tony O’ Donoghue

Sadly, the lads have reached the end of The Final Third season and are taking a break for the summer. For the last pod of this season, they are joined by RTÉ legend, Tony O’ Donoghue. It has been tiring and emotional, but we have reached the final regular pod of the season. Drowning their sorrows, Rob Canavan, Conor Kelly …

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The Other Guys: Nantes & Guingamp

With the spotlight currently on big-spending Monaco, Rob Canavan from the Final Third looks at French football’s ‘other guys’; newly promoted Nantes and Guingamp. Since AS Monaco secured the Ligue 2 title, Twitter has been awash with rumours about the various marquee signings that the club’s billionaire owner, Dmitry Rybolovlev is prepared to sanction. Incredibly, these rumours were not the …

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Saint-Etienne should be proud of their achievements this season

“Well, we know where we’re going…” Rob Canavan from The Final Third reviews the season of Saint-Etienne, who narrowly missed out on Champions League qualification. The margins between success and failure have always been slim. Similarly, the way in which people judge whether a campaign/manager has been a success can sometimes be based on the end result, rather than an …

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The Final Third Ep. 20

Episode 20 of The Final Third includes a review of the Champions League Final, the Coppa Italia finale and the top European leagues. Episode 20 of the Final Third Podcast makes its way from the Final Third tower out onto the wonderful worldwide web! Rob Canavan and Conor Kelly look back at Bayern Munich’s fifth European Cup triumph (yes, they’ve …

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The Final Third Ep.19 with Jonathan Wilson

The lads from The Final Third continue to deliver high-profile guests for their popular podcast and Ep.19 is no different, as they are joined by Jonathan Wilson. Episode 19 of the Final Third Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure (yes, we are still here). With discussions on the end of the Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A seasons …

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Farewell Roberto Mancini

Our resident Manchester City fan, Ger Deegan, mourns the loss of manager Roberto Mancini. A year ago today Manchester City clinched their first ever Premier League title in the most dramatic fashion possible. A late Sergio Aguero strike meant City would be Champions for the first time in forty-four years. Talk of domestic dominance soon followed and one man seemed to …

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