Let's talk football

Published Tuesday, 13 August 2013
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After a three month break The Social Club are back with a bang.

Journalists Laure James, Keith Bailie, Conor McLaughlin and, eventually, Mark McIntosh return to the studio to bring you all the latest from the local football scene.

Recently, there has been much debate about whether the Irish League should be played on a Sunday, or if we should move towards a summer season. TSC examine the debate, and do their best to get to the root of the issue.

In 'Let's Talk Football' the gang of four discuss the hopes and dreams of all 12 Danske Bank Premiership sides.

We discuss whether Cliftonville can retain their title, or will they be pegged back by a rejuvenated Linfield.

We also look at the title prospects of Crusaders, Glentoran and all the other hopefuls.

The team analyse the relegation battle, posing the question, could Ballymena United be sucked into a struggle with new boy Ards and Warrenpoint Town?

We also ask, can anyone stop Carrick Rangers in the Belfast Telegraph Championship?

The show includes interviews with Coleraine captain Howard Beverland, Ards boss Niall Currie and Cliftonville striker Liam Boyce.

Finally, we finish the show be looking at Northern Ireland's chances against Russia on Wednesday night.

Can Michael O'Neill's men cause a big surprise?

The panel are skeptical.

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