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Weekend Preview Show: EPL Talk Podcast

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Chelsea is a win away from unseating Manchester United as Premier League champions, but on this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, the panel spends most of their time looking at the past. Myself, Laurence McKenna, and Kartik Krishnaiyer start this edition of the Weekend Preview Show by talking about the Premier League’s brave new world, where clichés are no longer truisms and Spurs are a top four team. That, and predictions from our crew on the futures of Rafa Benítez and Roberto Mancini.

Remember: The EPL Talk Podcast team have an open thread where they are soliciting your memories of the 2009-10 season. Go to the comments section and tell us what you’ll remember from the last nine months of Premier League action and help us try to make Monday’s Review Show one of your memories of ’09-10.


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Weekend Preview Show: EPL Talk Podcast

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Chelsea is a win away from unseating Manchester United as Premier League champions, but on this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, the panel spends most of their time looking at the past. Myself, Laurence McKenna, and Kartik Krishnaiyer start this edition of the Weekend Preview Show by talking about the Premier League’s brave new world, where clichés are no longer truisms and Spurs are a top four team. That, and predictions from our crew on the futures of Rafa Benítez and Roberto Mancini.

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