Wednesday, 13th June 2012
Beat 102-103, the Southeast's number one hit music station is sending Sports Editor Martin Clancy to Euro 2012 to bring you all the latest news from the Boys In Green. With four of the Southeast's footballing stars having made the cut with Trapp (John O'Shea – Waterford, Stephen Hunt – Waterford, Shane Long – Tipperary, Kevin Doyle – Wexford ) Beat 102-103 will broadcast live from the heart of all the action.
Martin will link back with all of Beat 102-103's programmes, providing you with insight and exclusive information; both from the players and the fans who have made the pilgrimage to Poland.
Ahead of his trip to the finals Martin said "It's a massive achievement and we're committed to bringing our listeners all the latest news from Euro 2012. We'll be finding out how the supporters are getting on at Euro 2012 as well as bringing you all the news from the Ireland camp and our Southeast footballing heroes”
Beat 102-103 has a strong relationship with the regions' International footballers. Kevin Doyle was the first recipient of the station's Southeast Sports Personality of the Year award back in 2008 and the station's hugely popular Saturday Sportsbeat regularly features exclusive interviews with Shane Long, Stephen Hunt, Kevin Doyle and John O'Shea. Most recently, Martin made the trip to West Brom to see how their £6.5 million pound signing Shane Long was settling into life with the Baggies.
Martin will be based in Poznan and Gdansk as the Boys In Green look to upset the odds and qualify from the group stages of the competition.” We're more than capable of getting into the knockout stages of Euro 2012.
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