IT’S SATURDAY, DEAR readers. That means it’s almost showtime for sport.
But like any great drama, it’s time to offer a quick reminder of what has just past. So put on your deepest voice for… Previously on TheScore.ie:
It may have been slightly off topic, but Robert Callaghan spotted something in our piece celebrating Maurice Fitzgerald’s brilliant point for Kerry against Dublin in 2001.
The big transfer of the week, well the big one that actually happened, was Willian officially becoming a Chelsea player. Inevitable joke was inevitable but we still liked Colin’s comment.
As if the Champions League draw wasn’t going on long enough, Luis Figo was having an awful lot of trouble opening the balls. P O Leary had a theory.
Moving to a different code, we tried to get to grips with what the new scrum laws in rugby would mean for the game. Robby brought us this great tale of how the Argentinian’s used to go about it.
We spoke to Ger Brennan about the heavy workload that GAA players face and what affect it will have on players. Nelly’s solution definitely divided opinion.
Staying with the GAA and Larry K had some sympathy for the Limerick hurlers as they continue their fight for a replay after Hawk-Eye disallowed their score in the All-Ireland minor hurling semi final.
Finally, as long as Gaius meant drama of the losing-the-will-to-ever-watch-football-again kind, he absolutely nailed it on our Manchester United v Chelsea liveblog.