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Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast

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Though the caveat see Manchester United with a game in hand, Arsenal is now on top of the Premier League, and there’s only one person to thank for it. It was another breakthrough performance for Samir Nasri, who led the Gunners to a 2-1 win over Fulham and the top spot in the English Premier League.

On today’s recording of the EPL Talk Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer, Laurence McKenna and myself will talk about the league’s new leaders, the continued struggles of its old leaders (Chelsea), and the surprisingly fluid performance of Manchester City, who dispatched sixth place Bolton on Saturday.

All that plus whatever you want discussed. The show is always better with your feedback, and this is your chance to give it. Use the comments below to let us know what you want discussed, and we will work to get your feedback into today’s recording.

And a reminder: the EPL Talk podcast will stream live today, with a tentative start time of 10 p.m. BST/5 p.m. EST/2 p.m. PST. Check back with the site closer to start time when we post the UStream player and the chat room, usually up 30 minutes before the show.

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6 Responses to Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast

  1. The Gaffer says:

    It’s not Premier League-related (forgive me), but what is the panel’s opinion on Ken Bates’s recommendation that England should resign from FIFA over the recent bidding fiasco?

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

    • Richard Farley says:

      I actually had a listener on Twitter suggest that the day before Bates’s comments. Let’s see what Kartik and Laurence have to say, but I wonder what people at EPL Talk have to say.

      Anybody have feelings on Bates’s suggestion?

      • Andrei says:

        What exactly would that accomplish? Imo FA and EPL would be the only loosing sides if something like this happened. Don’t you think it would be a bit challenging to attract top talent to the league with alienated FA and potentially facing FIFA disqualification? And what about Scotland or Wales? Are they included in this recommendation?

        “Stop taking yourself too damn seriously”. Get over it.

  2. Chris McQuade says:

    Congratulations on being nominated for the best podcast on the soccer lens awards. Alongside football weekly no less!

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