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As the second-coming of Mick McCarthy saw the Republic of Ireland get off too an admittedly tame winning start in Gibraltar, concerns for the team's performance have been significantly overshadowed by the intrigue surrounding John Delaney's transition from CEO of the Football Association of Ireland to the newly created role of Executive Vice President of the organisation.
Joining #OTBAM shortly after 9:00am to discuss all aspects of Ireland's opening night of European qualifiers, Nathan Murphy, who was operating live for Off the Ball in Gibraltar on Saturday night, will be speaking to Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan in studio this morning.
After a bumper weekend of GAA action that saw Kerry and Mayo claim their place in this year's NFL Division 1 final, Kieran Shannon will join the lads on the line to discuss the footballing year so far, and what the league is/isn't telling us about the Championship to come.
Something that Kieran will also touch on is the weekend's finale of the Men's Super League, where Kieran Donaghy & his Garvey's Tralee Warriors claimed the national basketball crown. Joining us via Skype later this morning, Donaghy will be talking us through a seismic weekend for Tralee.
With a massive weekend of Champions Cup rugby action ahead of us, former Ireland and Munster man Alan Quinlan will join the lads in studio to take a look at how the Irish provinces are gearing up for their quarter-final clashes.
An All-Ireland battle between Leinster and Ulster will follow Munster's trip to Edinburgh next Saturday, but will Ireland's relatively poor Six Nations campaign wreak havoc on the best laid plans of the Irish provinces? Alan will join Ger and Eoin shortly after 8:00am to discuss.
Darren Cleary will join the lads in studio for a round-up of the morning's sports news shortly after 8:30am.
For all that and more, be sure to tune into #OTBAM via Periscope, Facebook, YouTube or OfftheBall.com from 7:45am!