O’Brien To Discover World Cup Fate This Afternoon

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Sean O’Brien will discover his fate this afternoon, as he faces an independent disciplinary hearing in London. The Ireland flanker will be hoping to avoid suspension, having been filmed striking French lock Pascal Papé during the win in Cardiff. O’Brien could miss this Sunday’s quarter final with Argentina, while a two-week ban would mean missing a potential semi final. Ireland back Rob Kearney says Ian Madigan has channelled the emotions of former England soccer star Paul Gascoigne. The fly-half broke down in tears after helping his side beat France 24-9 to set up a World Cup quarter-final against Argentina. Madigan came on in the first half as an injury replacement for Jonny Sexton. Kearney says the Leinster number 10 has a new nickname [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/46919/medium/”]

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