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Bobby McMahon Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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During the last round of Champions League action, Fox Soccer Channel’s Bobby McMahon joined me to break down Chelsea’s pivotal match at Stamford Bridge against Internazionale. Today, the analyst was kind enough to join us again to engage in the same detailed discussion of Manchester United’s second leg of their quarterfinal match-up with Bayern Munich.


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One Response to Bobby McMahon Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

  1. Luke says:

    I don’t think there’s any chance of seeing Schweinsteiger out his now-normal position alongside Van Bommel. For whatever reason, Van Gaal doesn’t like to use Müller as a substitute..he has only done so once this entire season. If anything, I wouldn’t automatically assume that Robben will start the match, as Altintop could get the starting call instead.

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Bobby McMahon Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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During the last round of Champions League action, Fox Soccer Channel’s Bobby McMahon joined me to break down Chelsea’s pivotal match at Stamford Bridge against Internazionale. Today, the analyst was kind enough to join us again to engage in the same detailed discussion of Manchester United’s second leg of their quarterfinal match-up with Bayern Munich.

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