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FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

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The FA Cup’s full weekend came an went in the show of the new around Anfield Park, where Roy Hodgson and Liverpool mutually agreed to part ways before the Reds took the pitch Sunday at Old Trafford. There, Howard Webb tilted the match, giving a dubious second minute penalty. When Steven Gerrard saw straight red just after the half-hour mark, Liverpool was on their way out of the FA Cup, their 1-0 loss to Manchester United a sour return to the bench for King Kenny Dalglish.

On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, myself and Kartik Kirshnaiyer look back at the weekend that was in English football, focusing on the Premier League sides’ roles in the third round of the FA Cup. Holders Chelsea are easily through to round four as ar Tottenham, with Arsenal and Manchester City headed for replays. Sunderland is out as is Newcastle, two of the five Premier League clubs to bow out this weekend.

Kartik and I also talk Dalglish and Liverpool, transfer rumors (or lack there of) and answer questions from the chat room on this, the weekend edition of the show.

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FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242  FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk PodcastThe FA Cup’s full weekend came an went in the show of the new around Anfield Park, where Roy Hodgson and Liverpool mutually agreed to part ways before the Reds took the pitch Sunday at Old Trafford. There, Howard Webb tilted the match, giving a dubious second minute penalty. When Steven gerrard saw straight red just after the half-hour mark, Liverpool was on their way out of the FA Cup, their 1-0 loss to Manchester United a sour return to the bench for King Kenny Dalglish.

On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, myself and Kartik Kirshnaiyer look back at the weekend that was in English football, focusing on the Premier League sides’ roles in the third round of the FA Cup. Holders Chelsea are easily through to round four as ar Tottenham, with Arsenal and Manchester City headed for replays. Sunderland is out as is Newcastle, two of the five Premier League clubs to bow out this weekend.

Kartik and I also talk Dalglish and Liverpool, transfer rumors (or lack there of) and answer questions from the chat room on this, the weekend edition of the show.

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8 Responses to FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

  1. Joe says:

    Easy way to revive the FA Cup: give a Champions League spot to the winner.

    • Richard Farley says:

      That … would be very interesting.

      • JC says:

        Agreed, but they’ll never do it. I can’t imagine the biggest teams in the Premier League willingly giving up a slot in the league.

        How about, club that sits lower in the league always gets the match at home? Would that increase upsets enough to justify the loss in revenue?

        Side note: No mention on the show of Gerrard purposely drawing that red card to get Kenny” Dalglish fired? ;)

        (j/k. reference to a certain article on this site last week).

        • Richard Farley says:

          And I don’t think messing with Champions League to save FA Cup is the right way to approach the problem, if there is one.

          • Joe says:

            March Madness is so beautiful because when a team gets knocked out, their season is over. EPL and the English leagues make that impossible.

            I think the FA Cup is still great for teams below the Premier League. The game I watched earlier between Derby County and Crawley Town was miles more entertaining than Liverpool-Man U. So maybe instead of “fixing” anything we need to appreciate it for what it is – a nice chance for some small teams to get in the spotlight for a while.

  2. BBC says:

    I can’t find this episode on I-tunes. . .

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