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RESULT: Eamon Dunphy's Greatest Moment As Voted For By You

RESULT: Eamon Dunphy's Greatest Moment As Voted For By You
Gavin Cooney
By Gavin Cooney
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Rod Liddle has run off with something else.

Inspired by John Waters' by-now iconic implosion on Eamon Dunphy's podcast, on which he collapsed under the weight of his own argument and ended up taking it out on poor Eamo - "Fuck off! You're a fucking bollocks! Talk to Una Mullally! Fuck off!" - we decided to gather Eamon's best moments and ask you to vote for your favourite.

There was a clear winner, with the diatribe about Sunday Times columnist Rod Liddle coming out on top with 582 votes, miles clear of "this fella Ronaldo is a cod" in second spot (126 votes).

The F-Bomb during the 2014 World Cup came third, with unkindness toward Niall Quinn landing in fourth spot.

The Prime Time appearance, in which Dunphy was confronted with Alan Hunter saying that a potential return for Roy Keane to the Irish team was a referendum issue, came fifth.


The rest of the top 10 read like this: "You've jumped over the fence baby"; the Venables rant; the pen-throwing incident; "that's the first time I've seen sex between two men on the BBC"; "the burden of proof is on you, Kenny".

Bottom of the list was the confrontation with Jack Charlton during Italia '90, with his opinion of Michel Platini - in many ways the beginning of Eamon - second from bottom. Check out the full results here.


Elsewhere, you were kind enough to suggest a few Eamon moments that we had omitted. Here are a few of them...

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