While some of the Virgin Media soccer panel have defected to the Irish international team, Brian Kerr is still there, in spite of the ambient howls bemoaning his absence from the set-up.
Tonight, he returned to a topic that RTE struck social media gold with during the World Cup - Dublin slang. Graeme Souness was on the panel with him, and struggled to get a handle on a couple of Kerr's colloquialisms tonight.
Kerr: The pitch has been absolutely malojan, and that hasn't helped.
Souness: What's the word you used?
Kerr: Oh malogen, it means not very good.
Souness: I'm going to use that.
Kerr: It's a word, but it's not Scottish-Gaelic!
Tommy Martin: You won't hear that on Sky.
Souness: You will now!
Kerr: No, the pitch has been rag order..there's another one for you.
You can watch it below.
Brian: "The pitch has been malojan."
Graeme: "What's it been?"
Brian: "Malojan. It means not very good."
Graeme: "I like that."
Brian: "Rag order. That's another one for ya."
Irish slang lesson for Graeme Souness from Brian Kerr. 😂#VMSport pic.twitter.com/ZPKw5mabhi
— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) November 28, 2018