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EPL Matchday Ten Review Show

epl talk medium logo1 EPL Matchday Ten Review ShowThe latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast features Kartik Krishnaiyer, Max Bell and Laurence McKenna reviewing all of this weekend’s Premier League action.

The three hosts had a chance to record the interview live in London, with all three analysts in the same room.

Among the topics discussed are Liverpool’s win over Man United, the continued struggles of Everton, Roy Hodgson’s great job with Fulham, and much, much more.

Be sure not to miss a single episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the daily Premier League interview and analysis show. We have a long list of high-profile guests scheduled over the next weeks each with their own fascinating stories to tell. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast via iTunes or visit EPL Talk or the archives for the latest episodes.

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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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6 Responses to EPL Matchday Ten Review Show

  1. Sarah says:

    Wow, that’s a huge podcast, 35 minutes but well worth a listen.

    I loved the LFC vs Man U game, that was totally against current form. LFC really dominated the game in all departments, and contrary to the Podcast, I have read that some ManU fans that think the result was justified. There were some fans that complained about the ref, but there were decisions that could have gone either way. I think he got everything right, because everything could have gone either way.

    1. The Carragher incident when he tackled Carrick could have been a penalty, even thou Carragher did get a bit of the ball first. Still not a very wise tackle.
    2. The Carragher vs Owen was a yellow, it was no ways a last man challenge, and the ball was traveling away from the goal.
    3. Kuyt could have had a penalty, but ref didn’t see it (look at the replays, he was 100% fouled by Berbatov)
    4. Vidic first yellow was maybe a bit harsh, but the second was spot on.

    I don’t think there was anything else much to mention.

    The weekend was actually very good for Chelsea as everyone near them drew or lost.

  2. Lewis says:

    Good show. Probably the best yet. The three of you being together made a difference. I think that means Krishnaiyer needs to move to London or EPL Talk needs to find a London based host. I normally don’t like the audio or Krishnaiyer’s or Gaffer’s seeming distance in the US, but this show was really really good- podcasts are better like the Times or Guardian if you are all in the same room and only have guests on the line.

  3. eplnfl says:

    Podcast continues to be wonderful and the best part is such a quality job even before Sunday has becomes Monday. Keep up the good work guys.

  4. LS says:

    Not sure which edition of 606 you listened to Kartik. I only caught the podcast version and the only Manchester United caller I heard was very honest about the poor performance the team put in. It’s disappointing when fans are blinded by loyalty. I did think Carragher was lucky to stay on the field but I don’t think it would have mattered.

    I have to say I don’t care for the addition of Gabriele Marcotti to the Sunday 606. His tone/voice always strikes me as arrogant and at least on the podast, his presence takes time away from the callers.

  5. TT says:

    Marcotti is a class act, brought down a level or three by his clueless bumbling co-host – how can people not see that? Especially the Beeb producers. Must be a reason the podcast turns up on i-tunes a week late.

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