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EPL Talk Weekend Review Podcast, Live Show, Open Thread

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 EPL Talk Weekend Review Podcast, Live Show, Open ThreadThe Top Five have separated themselves from the league after Sunday’s draw at Stamford Bridge. Ciaran Clark’s stoppage time equalizer means five points separate fifth place Chelsea from Sunderland, the Black Cats’ win over Blackburn vaulting Steve Bruce’s charge over Bolton, into sixth place.

On today’s recording of the EPL Talk podcast, we’ll talk about that ever-tightening title race (one which Manchester United seems intent to keep interesting), Joe Cole’s defibrillating goal at Anfield, and the sinking prospects of four of last year’s Europe contenders: Everton (13th), Villa (15th), Fulham (18th), and Birmingham City (19th). We’ll look back at the year that was and pass out some plaudits, and we’ll look forward to the mid-week action in our ever-busy Premier League.

That’s all on today’s EPL Talk Weekend Review Show, a production set to hit “record” at 10 p.m. BST, 5 p.m. EST, a broadcast where we desperately need your help. If you are a regular listener to the podcast (thank you), you know the show is much better when you’re involved. So let us know what’s on your mind. Use the comments below to give us your thoughts, questions, and prompts on the week that was in England, send me your emails, Tweet `til you tips turn teal, or come back at show time and chat us up in the UStream chat room were we’ll be watching to see what you say during the live show.

On today’s show, myself, Laurence and special guest Jesse Chula will be revealing out XIs of 2010, Player and Young Player of the Year, as well as our pick for 2010′s best Manager and Moment. Feel free to share yours, and we’ll try to work it into the show.

Audio player and chat room after the jump, both of which will start seeing activity near 9:30 p.m./4:30 p.m.


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