This week Paddy and Tommy are joined in the Boot Room by lifelong Liverpool supporter and former player Rodney McAree, who signed for the Merseysiders as a 15-year-old in the summer of 1990. https://soundcloud.com/nwng/boot-49
We hear from NI Centenary cup manager and former Omagh Town player Frankie Wilson with our own Tommy as we look at the NIPL and Fermanagh and Western
This week we are joined in the Boot Room by NI international Niall McGinn. We discuss among other things Dungannon Swifts new kit, the current state of play regarding the Premiership and Championship and not forgetting the very latest on the Enniskillen Town appeal. Plenty to get our teeth into.
As the lockdown eases we hear from Ballinamallard United Manager Harry Mc Conkey. What next for the NIPL and Championship while there’s still no news about the Fermanagh and Western.
So as two local players pick up contracts at home and across the water what next for the local teams. We hear from Tummerys Damian Hunter and Enniskillen Athletics Peter Goan as The Bootroom brings you the latest with Tommy and Paddy
The legend that is Liam Coyle joins the Bootroom today, we hear about his time at Omagh Town and his career at Derry City and Glentoran. And what’s the latest on the Enniskillen appeal? Tommy brings us up to date. https://soundcloud.com/nwng/boot-43
This week Mountfield boss Paul McFadden joins Tommy and Paddy in the Boot Room to discuss the decisions of the Fermanagh and Western, Mid Ulster, North West and Ni Intermediate League to call time on their seasons. Could there been an appeal? We also speculate what next for teams in the NIFL
This week Tommy and Paddy are joined by F&W League chairman Neil Jardine who brings us the very latest news on how the local league season might be completed. With the IFA deadline fast approaching clubs and leagues will have some big calls to make in the coming days.
Whats the latest with the Fermanagh and Western, The Omagh Hospitals man man is set to raise funds and we hear from a Northern Ireland legend while Tommy tells us whats coming in the Ulster Herald this week.
This week in the BootRoom we hear from Tyrone Junior manager David Gilfillan following confirmation that the SuperCupNi and Foyle Cup tournaments have been cancelled while Michael Clarke, secretary of the NI Football Writers, shares his thoughts on what might happen regarding the Premiership. Tommy and Paddy also discuss three more F&W select teams.