The Bootroom

We review the weekend action with Strule United boss Niall Mc Aleer joining the boys in the Bootroom…..and again we ask who will be the new manager of Dungannon Swifts

The Bootroom

This Bank holiday Monday The Bootroom went on tour to Lisnagirr the home of Mountjoy United. The boys are joined by David Gilfinan and Chris Colhoun as we review the weekend action. We hear from Harry Mc Conkey, Peter Allen, Niall Mc Aleer and Benny Mc Elhom too

The Bootroom

It’s just the two buckos this week, Tommy and Paddy as they look back at the weekends football action, A draw for Harps and Mountjoy as Niall Mc Aleers Strule fall short on the opening day of the season. we also cast an eye on the big local derby fixtures on offer this weekend.

The Bootroom Featuring Benny Mc Elholm

As the new Fermanagh and Western season begins this weekend Tommy and Paddy are joined in the Bootroom by new Strathroy Harps manager Benny Mc Elholm. We get the inside track on his switch back to Strathroy Road after success at Tummery. We also hear from local lady Hailey O’Donnell who is going well with […]

The Bootroom New Season New Series

A new season and a new series of The Bootroom. We open with special guest Richard Clarke as we look ahead to the start of the Championship. We cast an eye on the premiership and local game and We also question the decision to demolish St Julians Road

The Bootroom Roy McCreadie Part 1

The Boot Room is back and so too is ex-Omagh Town boss Roy McCreadie who joins Tommy and Paddy. As expected Big Roy again shoots from the hip! Its part one of a two part interview with Chris Caldwell also joining us for a look at the current scene.

The Bootroom Review Part One

We headed to the Bawnacre Centre in Irvinestown to join with several winning managers and coaches to review the season. We are joined by Michael Kerr, Niall Mc Aleer and Damian Hunter. It’s a two parter, heres Part One

The Bootroom

We are joined by Crusaders Jamie Glackin as we look back over his succesful premiership title winning season. It’s all coming down to the wire locally and Dergview win their playoff. Plus a look at the Fermanagh and Western awards night