Gooch Cooper responds to Joe Brolly criticisms on the Late Late Show - Irish Examiner

Colm 'Gooch' Cooper last night defended his decision to have a testimonial on the Late Late Show. Cooper, the first GAA player to have a testimonial, was widely criticised for even considering it. GAA pundit, Joe Brolly was one of the first off the mark.

'I didn't apologise to Colm for anything I said' - Joe Brolly responds to Colm Cooper's Late Late comments - Independent.ie

Sunday Independent columnist Joe Brolly has responded to former Kerry intercounty player Colm Cooper after the Dr. Crokes forward fired back at Brolly on The Late Late Show for his testimonial dinner criticisms. A number of GAA commentators have ...

Joe Brolly refutes Colm Cooper apology claim - Buzz.ie

Colm Cooper was on Friday's Late Late Show and Joe Brolly's comments about his testimonial dinner inevitably came up. The dinner is expected to make around €250,000 with the proceeds being split between a number of charities, Cooper's club ...

Joe Brolly denies ever apologising to Colm Cooper and stands by testimonial dinner criticism - Irish Mirror

Joe Brolly has rejected Colm Cooper's claim that the former Derry player apologised for his comments on the Kerry legend's testimonial dinner. 'The Gooch' will become the first GAA player to receive a testimonial dinner at a event in Ballsbridge on ...

There was a strong reaction to Colm Cooper's stirring interview on the Late Late - JOE

Colm Cooper appeared on The Late Late Show on Friday night as he launched his new book, Gooch. The retired Kerry star joined Tubridy for a wide ranging interview where he discussed his career, his parents, and the recent highly publicised testimonial ...

Joe Brolly Denies Colm Cooper's Late Late Show Claim That He Apologised - Balls.ie

The event is set to make around €250,000 with part of the proceeds going to charity. Cooper will also make a considerable sum from the night. Joe Brolly has been one of the most outspoken opponents of the Kerryman's decision to hold the event. Writing ...

Brolly: I didn't apologise to Cooper & stand by criticism - RTE.ie

Joe Brolly has rejected Colm Cooper's claims that he apologised for his criticism of the upcoming testimonial dinner in honour of the former Kerry corner forward, with the Derry man saying he "stands by every word". Cooper, appearing on The Late Late ...

GAA's elite players can't have their testimonial cake and eat it - Independent.ie

On Thursday evening Colm Cooper will officially launch his autobiography 'Gooch'. Forty-eight hours later he will help lead the Dr Crokes attack in a county championship semi-final. And on October 27, two days before a potential Munster Club ...

Kerry legend Colm Cooper defends controversial testimonial dinner - Irish Mirror

Cooper will become the first GAA player to receive a testimonial dinner, following in the footsteps of rugby stars such as Brian O'Driscoll and Ronan O'Gara, at a event in Ballsbridge on October 27. The dinner will see a table of 10 priced at €5,000 ...

Brolly sorry over Gooch testimonial furore - Irish Examiner

Colm 'Gooch' Cooper has staunchly defended the decision to have a testimonial, one that has caused controversy in GAA circles, writes Peter McNamara. And Cooper has also revealed both Kerry GAA and his club, Dr Crokes, will also now benefit from the ...

'Joe Brolly Sent Me A Text To Say Sorry About All The Fuss': Colm Cooper On Testimonial Debate - Balls.ie

While Ireland slept-walked to victory against Moldova tonight, Colm 'The Gooch' Cooper was in Montrose to discuss retirement and his new book with Tubs. The controversial Gooch Testimonial was raised, and Cooper offered his side to the story. In what ...

Legend: “If you have skill, the rest will follow” – The Gooch opens up about his career - http://theliberal.ie/ (press release) (blog)

Colm “The Gooch” Cooper was interviewed on tonight's Late Late Show and spoke candidly about his legendary GAA career. Advertisement. Unable to play media. source: Up next: cancel. Embed code. Size: 320x240, 480x320, 1280x720 ...

Cooper: GPA should have kept 'nuclear threat' of strike action - Independent.ie

Colm Cooper believes the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) has sold its raison d'etre to the GAA and no longer retains the "nuclear threat" of its members striking if they aren't satisfied with how they're being treated by the GAA. Writing in his ...