TheJournal.ie uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Click here to find out more »
Dublin: 15 °C Friday 19 September, 2014

#Sideline Cut

# sideline-cut - Tuesday 1 April, 2014

From The Score The pundits fancied to be drafted in by Sky Sports for their new-look GAA coverage Sideline Cut

The pundits fancied to be drafted in by Sky Sports for their new-look GAA coverage

Who would you like to see in the Sky studio this summer?

# sideline-cut - Monday 19 August, 2013

From The Score Murph’s Sideline Cut: Clare the new favourites for All-Ireland glory Gaa Column

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Clare the new favourites for All-Ireland glory

Jimmy Barry-Murphy and Davy Fitzgerald were the two managers that best convinced their players of their title credentials.

# sideline-cut - Friday 12 July, 2013

From The Score Here’s that amazing sideline cut by Wexford U21 hurler Gary Moore Tekkers This post contains videos

# sideline-cut - Monday 17 June, 2013

From The Score Murph’s Sideline Cut: Hurling must change to truly be our national sport Opinion

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Hurling must change to truly be our national sport

Donal Óg Cusack is right; GAA chiefs have to move the game on, writes Ciarán Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 23 January, 2013

From The Score Here we go again… Ferguson intimidates referees, Benitez claims Sideline Cut

Here we go again… Ferguson intimidates referees, Benitez claims

Rafa’s gone on the attack again saying the Man Utd boss influences decisions.

# sideline-cut - Friday 28 December, 2012

From The Score Shots fired: Alan Pardew calls for Alex Ferguson ban Sideline Cut

Shots fired: Alan Pardew calls for Alex Ferguson ban

The Newcastle United boss says referee Mike Dean will be ‘disappointed’ with himself.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 26 September, 2012

From The Score Mancini bemoans treatment from rival managers Sideline Cut

Mancini bemoans treatment from rival managers

The Man City boss had a touchline row with Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert during City’s 4-2 League Cup third round defeat at Eastlands last night.

# sideline-cut - Monday 18 June, 2012

From The Score Murph’s sideline cut: Mayo v Leitrim starting to sound like heaven after Sopot madness Euro 2012

Murph’s sideline cut: Mayo v Leitrim starting to sound like heaven after Sopot madness

“We’re a footnote in the story of Euro 2012,” sighs Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Sunday 4 March, 2012

From The Score Newcastle boss Pardew ‘sorry’ for celebrating Sideline Cut

Newcastle boss Pardew ‘sorry’ for celebrating

“I’ve seen it back on the television and it looks terrible. But it was just sheer relief.”

# sideline-cut - Tuesday 10 January, 2012

From The Score Who wants to see Martin Keown get hit in the head with a football? Sideline Cut This post contains videos

Who wants to see Martin Keown get hit in the head with a football?

Don’t say we don’t give you the good stuff. Here’s a man getting hit in the head while he’s doing his job.

# sideline-cut - Monday 19 September, 2011

From The Score Murph’s Sideline Cut: A fitting conclusion to a marvellous summer Blue Sunday

Murph’s Sideline Cut: A fitting conclusion to a marvellous summer

“You couldn’t have asked for better drama, or a more thrilling denouement,” writes Copper Face Jack’s gold card member Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Monday 29 August, 2011

From The Score Murph’s sideline cut: The case for Donegal’s defence Pitchside

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 - Monday 22 August, 2011

From The Score “For the best footballer in Ireland, ‘the Gooch’ seems short of regal status” 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.

# sideline-cut - Monday 15 August, 2011

From The Score Sideline Cut: In defence of the noble GAA pundit Between The Lines

Sideline Cut: In defence of the noble GAA pundit

GAA analysts entertain and inform, writes Newstalk’s Ciaran Murphy, so why do they get such a bad rap?

# sideline-cut - Monday 11 July, 2011

From The Score Murph’s sideline cut: “There is nothing on earth scarier to a culchie than a Dublin kid engaging you in conversation” Between The Lines

Murph’s sideline cut: “There is nothing on earth scarier to a culchie than a Dublin kid engaging you in conversation”

Newstalk’s Ciaran Murphy reflects on the disappointing Dubs and the rest of the weekend’s GAA action.

# sideline-cut - Monday 4 July, 2011

From The Score Murph’s sideline cut: ‘He was in no position to know that he’d gravely insulted me on my birthday’ Between The Lines

Murph’s sideline cut: ‘He was in no position to know that he’d gravely insulted me on my birthday’

Cans with a hurling legend, insults from a former bainisteoir and self-examination on our train network; it’s another weekend of GAA broadcasting for radio’s own Ciaran Murphy.

# sideline-cut - Monday 27 June, 2011

From The Score Murph’s sideline cut: behind enemy lines… The West's Awake

Murph’s sideline cut: behind enemy lines…

This week our man ventured north to Mayo to watch his home county lose out to their provincial rivals in Castlebar. And other short stories.

# sideline-cut - Monday 20 June, 2011

From The Score Sideline cut: Murph gets up close and personal with the Rebels Between The Lines

Sideline cut: Murph gets up close and personal with the Rebels

“Frank Murphy was there of course, and the man knows how to wear a trench-coat, I’ll give him that. It immediately gives him an air of style and quiet sophistication, far removed from the O’Neill’s jackets sported by your regular county board apparatchik.”

# sideline-cut - Monday 13 June, 2011

From The Score Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy’s pitchside perspective Tuned In

Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy’s pitchside perspective

Murph packed it in again this weekend with an enjoyable trip to the sunny south-east followed by a journey to Carrick-on-Shannon in the rain yesterday.

# sideline-cut - Monday 6 June, 2011

From The Score Sideline Cut: Ciaran Murphy’s pitchside perspective Between The Lines This post contains videos

Sideline Cut: Ciaran Murphy’s pitchside perspective

This weekend saw Murph front row centre at a wedding rather than in the best seat in the house at Croker.

# sideline-cut - Monday 30 May, 2011

From The Score Sideline cut: Ciaran Murphy’s pitchside perspective 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.

# sideline-cut - Wednesday 18 May, 2011

From The Score Is Ger Loughnane right to warn against Munster championships tampering? Sideline Cut

Is Ger Loughnane right to warn against Munster championships tampering?

The All-Ireland-winning manager says the GAA would ‘lose part of its soul’ if Croke Park abolished the Munster hurling and football championships. Would it?

# sideline-cut - Friday 6 May, 2011

From The Score Fantasy Football: Spurs and City on the double Sideline Cut

Fantasy Football: Spurs and City on the double

There’s extra points to be had this week as Tottenham and Man City meet in a Champions League place showdown.