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EPL Talk Matchday Four Review: The Ugly Side of Football, Spurs & Chelsea top the table, Milan Derby and Champions League Draw

snl weekend update EPL Talk Matchday Four Review: The Ugly Side of Football, Spurs & Chelsea top the table, Milan Derby and Champions League Draw

Laurence McKenna joins Kartik Krishnaiyer for our weekly review show. Topics discussed include:

  • - Violence inside and outside the ground for West Ham-Milwall
  • - Eduardo’s shameful dive versus Celtic
  • - Wayne Rooney and diving
  • - Arsene Wenger wrongly and comically sent off by Mike Dean
  • - Spurs benefit from an old friend’s mistake
  • - Chelsea continue to roll
  • - Milan derby is no contest
  • - Manchester City unblemished
  • - Aston Villa, Everton and Fulham in Europe
  • - Stoke, a permanent premier league fixture?
  • - Champions League draw
  • - much much more

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About Kartik Krishnaiyer

A lifelong lover of soccer, the beautiful game, he served from January 2010 until May 2013 as the Director of Communications and Public Relations for the North American Soccer League (NASL). Raised on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the old NASL, Krishnaiyer previously hosted the American Soccer Show on the Champions Soccer Radio Network, the Major League Soccer Talk podcast and the EPL Talk Podcast. His soccer writing has been featured by several media outlets including The Guardian and The Telegraph. He is the author of the book Blue With Envy about Manchester City FC.
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9 Responses to EPL Talk Matchday Four Review: The Ugly Side of Football, Spurs & Chelsea top the table, Milan Derby and Champions League Draw

  1. name says:

    Arsene Wenger was quite rightly sent off for his hysterical reaction and lack of respect for the decisions of the officials.

    It is time the media stopped having a blatant double standard in Arsenal’s favour.

  2. James says:

    ‘Arsene Wenger wrongly and comically sent off by Mike Dean’

    What? If the guy cannot behave himself and set a good example then the referee was quite right in showing Red. I am in total agreement with 5:43pm reply, hear, hear.

    • Laurence says:

      It’s not only the sending off itself. It’s the manner in which it played out. Wenger was responsible in some way, but the facility to send the manager to the stand was not ‘made clear’ either.

      Sam Allardyce kicked a bottle towards the crowd a few months ago and no action was taken. If it’s a question of double standards then we also have to question that incident.

      Emotions need to stay in football some how and violence is not the way, but when you assess the situation then maybe this was unnecessary from Mike Dean. He could have showed some understanding in the heated environment of Old Trafford; a wonderful place to play football (if things are going your way.)

      Do you see my point?

  3. david says:

    There is no consistency by which any standard in soccer is applied. Given the Eduardo debate and fury, look at Ronaldo who could easily get a gold in diving if he ever gets tired of soccer. Inconsitency is a key issue for all fans whether it is for indiviual players or clubs.. look at the way West Ham were penalised over the Tevez affair as oppose to teams that have been docked points–the real victims of that tragedy was Sheff Utd–ask their fans. If the reverse situation had applied, re the clubs, does anyone really thing the ‘judgment’ would have been the same?
    Clearly Wenger should not have been sent off—particularly if compared to the antics on occassion of the opposing manager, but this was Old Trafford where a different set of rules apply to home and visiting squads.

  4. wllmhll says:

    everything is inconsistent in football. arsenal, united, sheff united, west ham – they all have their good and bad luck with the “rules” of the game.

  5. Shane says:

    “Mee-lawn derby”… that made me cringe. I can’t listen to this.

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EPL Talk Matchday Four Review: The Ugly Side of Football, Spurs & Chelsea top the table, Milan Derby and Champions League Draw

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Laurence McKenna joins Kartik Krishnaiyer for our weekly review show. Topics discussed include:

- Violence inside and outside the ground for West Ham-Milwall
- Eduardo’s shameful dive versus Celtic
- Wayne Rooney and diving
- Arsene Wenger wrongly and comically sent off by Mike Dean
- Spurs benefit from an old friend’s mistake
- Chelsea continue to roll
- Milan derby is no contest
- Manchester City unblemished
- Aston Villa, Everton and Fulham in Europe
- Stoke, a permanent premier league fixture?
- Champions League draw
- much much more

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