PODCAST: Irish football super agent Eamon McLoughlin reveals the inside world of transfers and Rob Kearney talks about his quest for old-school talent
Episode three of The Capital B has arrived and the line-up this week is exceptionally sporty.
Presented by renowned journalist and author Nick Webb, The Capital B brings you the sharpest and most relevant business features every week. The panel includes JOE founder Niall McGarry and Róisín Hogan, the Irish woman who very nearly became Alan Sugar's business partner on the The Apprentice.
This week football super agent Eamon McLoughlin, who represents some of Ireland's biggest names, gives some insider knowledge on how to spot talent on the field and the big money business of player transfers.
Rob Kearney and Andrew Lynch co-founders of Mason Alexander drop in to talk about the terror of setting up a new business, calling their mothers to look busy and the privileged link between elite sports and business.
The panel tussle over the controversy of unpaid internships, the best ways to stand out in a towering pile of CVs and how not to be a spanner in an interview. Ex-Galway footballer, Pádraic Joyce, phones in to explain why the number of cranes in Irish cities tells you all you need to know about Ireland's building boom.
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8.39- Eamon McLoughlin and Nick kick off.
21.40- Eamon divulges what a multi-million pound football contract actually looks like.
30.12- Nick wants to know why aren’t there as many Irish players in the Premier League?
36.30- Eamon talks about the bubble of football and when it is going to pop.
45.40- Roisin reveals about what she had to do to get on The Apprentice.
58.30- Rob kearney and Andrew Lynch arrive to speak about elite recruitment
1.04.34- Rob talks about the the connection between elite sport and high-profile business.