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Considering Escalating Levels of Lunacy: EPL Talk Podcast

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Only one of the league’s top five stumbled mid-week, with Manchester City being drawn at St. Andrew’s, though Tuesday and Wednesday’s matches were overshadowed slightly by Wednesday’s news, when the best right back in Premier League history announced his retirement. Because the sometimes controversial way Gary Neville went about his business, many will overlook him being a maintain for England and the standard on the right during the young history of the Premier League. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and myself start with reminiscences of United’s former captain.

After talking about the midweek results, we turn our attention to Monday, where Fernando Torres and Andy Carroll were the vertices of a historic transfer triangle, one which saw a record-setting move to London, an equally eye-bulging price for his replacement,, and

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Considering Escalating Levels of Lunacy (Mid-Week, Transfer Window Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 Considering Escalating Levels of Lunacy (Mid Week, Transfer Window Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk PodcastOnly one of the league’s top five stumbled mid-week, with Manchester City being drawn at St. Andrew’s, though Tuesday and Wednesday’s matches were overshadowed slightly by Wednesday’s news, when the best right back in Premier League history announced his retirement. Because the sometimes controversial way Gary Neville went about his business, many will overlook him being a maintain for England and the standard on the right during the young history of the Premier League. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and myself start with reminiscences of United’s former captain.

After talking about the midweek results, we turn our attention to Monday, where Fernando Torres and Andy Carroll were the vertices of a historic transfer triangle, one which saw a record-setting move to London, an equally eye-bulging price for his replacement,, and £35 million end up in Newcastle United’s pocket. And for all the pounds being thrown around in seemingly crazed last minute buying sprees, club spending may have been sane compared to some of the unimaginative and inaccurate descriptions cast at the latest chapter of “Moneyball.”

Finally, we turn to the weekend, overlooking the fixture list save Sunday’s final kick-off: Liverpool, having prepared for Chelsea midweek by trying a 3-5-2, facing their former talisman at Stamford Bridge.

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One Response to Considering Escalating Levels of Lunacy (Mid-Week, Transfer Window Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

  1. Edikan Umana says:

    Richard, you make quite an inaccurate statement on Berbatov and Hernandez playing together. They don’t have similar styles at all. It has nothing to do with how big their names are. Berbatov and Hernandez do not have similar playing styles like Drogba and Torres do, end of story

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