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2010 English Premier League Preview, Part II: EPL Talk Podcast

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Yesterday, Laurence McKenna, Kartik Krishnaiyer and myself focus on some of the issues that have carried over from the summer into the beginning of this Premier League campaign. On today’s edition of the EPL Talk podcast, we move to the clubs, talking about which teams we feel are going to make-up the bottom half of the league and potentially battle relegation. We start the conversation by discussing the newly promoted clubs – Newcastle, West Brom, and Blackpool.

But first, corrections to Monday’s show, addressing your feedback, and the news from Villa Park.

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7 Responses to 2010 English Premier League Preview, Part II: EPL Talk Podcast

  1. Con45 says:

    This will be my first season following the Premiership so I do look forward to listening to the show every week. I was wondering if any of you know of a website where I can watch recorded games (I live in the states so live games would be some what of a hassle) for free? I’d also like to say that I’ve dedicated my support to Liverpool.

    • Mark says:

      Cheers for selecting the Reds. Espn3.com will be showing the early game each saturday and depending on who your internet provider is you can watch those games during or after the fact. Beyond that you’re in legally murky waters AFAIK

    • BBC says:

      Live games aren’t that difficult anymore. ESPN2 will have a game usually every other Saturday (and Liverpool/City the second Monday of the season), sometimes on Sunday and Fox Soccer Channel isn’t “that” expensive to add and has 2 games live most Saturdays and Sundays. Click the EPL TV Schedule link at the top of the page

  2. john says:

    hey love the show, the world cup buzz was in my opinion the best analytical tool on the internet maybe apart from zonal marking.

    my question is alot of people have talked about how arsenal need a strong, agrressive, DM to protect the defence, but i think they need a tactical good passer of the ball as a link between fabregas and song in the xabi alonso role.
    what about you?

    this comes from the fact that arsenal struggled without fabregas to change the tempo or control games.

  3. Mark says:

    Of all the clubs in the bottom half I hope Fat Sam’s Blackburn get relegated. The EPL would be more fun to watch w/o his particular brand of anti-football. I’ll admit its effective, but its brutal. Stoke don’t play expansive football either, but they aren’t as cynical and their manager is much more likeable

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2010 English Premier League Preview, Part II: EPL Talk Podcast

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Yesterday, Laurence McKenna, Kartik Krishnaiyer and myself focus on some of the issues that have carried over from the summer into the beginning of this Premier League campaign. On today’s edition of the EPL Talk podcast, we move to the clubs, talking about which teams we feel are going to make-up the bottom half of the league and potentially battle relegation. We start the conversation by discussing the newly promoted clubs – Newcastle, West Brom, and Blackpool.

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