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Sunday 29 January 2023 Dublin: 4°C

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Murph's Sideline Cut: We're back, baby!
Long drives on a Sunday, dinner before noon and Ciaran Murphy chasing managers. It’s summer alright.
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Murph's sideline cut: The case for Donegal's defence
Jim McGuinness’ tactics have been the subject of much criticism after yesterday’s attritional game with Dublin. But Donegal have no questions to answer.
# Sideline Cut
"For the best footballer in Ireland, ‘the Gooch’ seems short of regal status"
Colm Cooper impressed – as did Galvin’s top button performance – at Croker yesterday.
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Murph's sideline cut: forward-thinking Dubs singing in the rain...
‘Another member of that Vincent’s team was of course Pat Gilroy, and I would’ve spent quite a bit of time in Pat’s company…’
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Murph's sideline cut: 'There’s no doubt the sport we watched this weekend is a different game'
Croke Park was the stage for some high drama this weekend. Our man Ciaran Murphy was front row centre once again.
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Murph's sideline cut: leaning on Dalo
“I’m endeavouring to get a word with Dublin manager Anthony Daly. ‘Jaysus Murph, give me a minute’ he tells me, and I can see he’s dazed, confused, elated and emotional.”
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Murph's sideline cut: enjoying some northern exposure
This week the multi-platform Ciaran Murphy has been mostly watching football.
# Between the lines
Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy's pitchside perspective
Radio’s own Ciaran Murphy will spend the summer reporting on the GAA action at championship Ground Zero. We’re going to tag along.