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We talk all about our journey to Ghent in Belgium and another defeat in Derry which saw the Hoops go out of the FAI Cup. With it being an international week, former Rovers full-back John Keogh shares the remarkable story of his one and only Ireland cap against West Germany in 1966. The last hour of the show is an interview with Billy Dennehy, who h…
 
We have a difficult night in Budapest Thursday and a very enjoyable night in Tallaght Sunday to review, and two special guests in studio to help us do it - Chef Ray Whelan and Ray Whelan Senior. The Rovers cooks give us a peek inside the dressing room and talk their famous curry, fussy eaters, Shannon flights and this summer's other trips to Malta,…
 
A bumper show to celebrate group stage football with an epic 97th minute goal from Gary O'Neill in Tallaght and almost an aggregate tonking after success in Skopje. We also have Part 1 of our TFTES Hotline Overseas Special where you'll hear from Hoopers living in England, Europe and Canada - Johnny Wilson, Alan Honeyman, Niall Keenan, Podge Amond, …
 
Gar is back to celebrate his own 200th episode in a show almost as long as your drive to Ballybofey this evening. There's the wins over Bohs and Pat's to dissect and a look ahead to the Hibernians tie next week, with former Rovers and Maltese international Luke Dimech before journalist Gianluca Lia gives us the lowdown on our Champions League oppon…
 
There's reaction from our 200th episode in Ringsend before the three games we have to catch up on, from the hill in UCD, to a shock defeat in Drogheda and then back to winning ways against Duffer and Joey's Shels. The last hour is an interview with members of the SRFC Media Team and some of the people behind 'Clear The Head', Barry McCarthy, Philli…
 
It's our 200th episode extravaganza~! This special show was recorded a couple of weeks ago in front of a live audience in the Irishtown House in Ringsend, the birthplace of Rovers. Everyone on our guest list is a local and they talk about what the Ringsend community means to them, beginning with current Rovers players Sean Kavanagh and Sean Gannon,…
 
We have the 3-1 wins over Finn Harps and Sligo to review before looking ahead to the big one against Derry. With three Tallaght games in the space of a week, there's two out of the ordinary but very home based interviews with ballpersons Riley and Faith, and the groundstaff, Billy Mullen and Ciaran Cornwall on what it takes to have the best pitch i…
 
The Sligo trip and the possibility of Bradser leaving for Lincoln is mostly on our mind this week but aside from that, it's the Joe Barnes Show~! A legendary Rovers fan who has been supporting the club for an astonishing 82 years, we celebrate Joe's birthday with his first interview on the podcast and by hearing from five of his friends about why t…
 
The match reports are held off until next week as we have Sean Francis in studio, who tells us about starting out at Birmingham City and the English non-league, moving to Cobh and then onto Rovers in the mid 90s. We talk our many home venues in his seven years at the club, Rico, his strike partnership with Tony Grant, podium goal celebrations, Cup …
 
We talk Greener's rocket and the late win at Tolka Park on Friday, and, to mark 35 years since the loss of Milltown, there's a couple of interviews. First, Robbie Tormey and John Doyle tell us the origin story of the Milltown monument and how it was erected in 1998. The last hour and 25 minutes of the show is a chat with LOI legend and Rovers' 1985…
 
A 2 and a half hour show, without a game to review? How? Well, we have SRFC TV commentary team Con Murphy and Graham Gartland: The Sequel, and TFTES In Memoriam: George Byrne. Con and Garts discuss everything except the Oscars, and from 1 hour 37 mins, there's tributes to 'Ringo', the legendary music critic and Rovers fan, from some of his closest …
 
We have the Richmond report and to look ahead to a massive derby this Friday, it's an all female fans edition of the TFTES Hotline. First up, from 14 minutes is Aifric Ní Mháille, Emma Donohue, Jean O'Brien, Jessica Meegan, Sharon Dunne and Fiona Carton dialing in. For Part 2, from the 1 hour 1 minute mark, we hear from Orla Stanford, Rebecca Dun…
 
Today we celebrate the five year anniversary of the podcast with the one and only Roddy Collins, for 90 minutes of entertainment. Roddy talks playing for Rovers in the 80s, Ricky McEvoy in a Donegal disco, his boxing champion brother Steve and receiving death treats at Irish League clubs. He explains leaving Dublin City in a relegation battle to ma…
 
Hoops number 9 Aaron Greene is in the lair this week for an in-depth chat. In the first hour we round up all the latest news at the club before Greener arrives to tell us about the loss of Joey and the return of Jack, the group mentality, high standards in the dressing room and motivational tools, what it means to play for Rovers and his son playin…
 
It's the official TFTES Christmas stop-gap episode~! Your hosts, back after a five-week hiatus, outrageously ask you to wait one more week to hear us cover all the good stuff, when Gar is out of quarantine. The best laid plans...etc. In the meantime, be distracted by some chat about fixture lists and contract signings, via a phone call from a Lucan…
 
We talk the Longford trip last Saturday night (from 37 mins, everything except the game itself) and there's a book theme throughout the show, with a new edition of the TFTES Hotline (at 18 mins and again at 1 hour 1 min) and an interview with 'Ringsend To Tallaght' authors Macdara Ferris and Eoghan Rice (from 1 hour 39 mins). Finally, a chat about …
 
10 years to the day since Rovers became the first Irish club to reach a European group stage, we talk the 4-2 play-off round first leg defeat in Tallinn (from 37 mins) and look ahead to a massive game in Tallaght tomorrow (2 hours 14 mins). You'll hear from eight people who were in Belgrade a decade ago (6 mins) and eight Hoopers who knew Mícheál Ó…
 
There's more of the Late Late Show and the TFTES Hotline as we talk Aidomo Emakhu's injury-time winner over Teuta in Europe (from 11 mins), take our first five callers (52 mins), review Sunday's last gasp win over Longford (1 hour 15 mins) before another five Rovers fans - one being Mick Byrne - call in to answer our questions (1 hour 45 mins).…
 
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