EPL Talk Podcast: England-Brazil and Other Internationals with an EPL Flavor

Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna break down the friendly between Fabio Capello’s England and the reigning Copa American Champion Brazil. We also look at Ireland’s chances to beat France and advance to the World Cup as well as the other three UEFA playoff matchups.

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EPL Talk Podcast: England-Brazil and Other Internationals with an EPL Flavor

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Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna break down the friendly between Fabio Capello’s England and the reigning Copa America Champion Brazil. We also look at Ireland’s chances to beat France and advance to the World Cup as well as the other three UEFA playoff matchups.

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  1. Tom says:

    More inter-continental play-offs! I like ‘em. I’d take 1/2 a place from CONCACAF, so we’d have 2 full places and 2 halves. South America? 3 fulls and 2 halves. Europe 12 fulls and 3 halves (9 group winners, 6 of 9 2nd places in european playoff, the other 3 2nd places in Intercontinental play-offs) Africa, 5 full, 5 halfs. Asia, stays the same (I think), OCEANA is a joke anyway. Random draw, except countries from the same region kept apart.

    This would allow more World Cup places for regions which are currently strong. It would make this weekend really exciting. It would come closer to getting the best 32 teams in the World Cup, while still insuring diversity. And it would make CONCACAF and South American qualifying better (more pressure), and take away the unfairness of a 2nd place European team not getting a play-off. Does CONCACAF deserve as many as 4 teams or as few as 2? We’d find out.

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