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If We’re Lucky, We’ll See A Goal, This Time (Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

The weekend preview edition starts with Olympic Stadium news and the potential return of Chris Hughton, which I discuss with a special guest. Making his first appearance on the show is Kevin McCauley (manager of CartilageFreeCaptain.com, managing editor of WorldSoccerReader.com, and contributor at SBNation.com), filling in for Kartik Kishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna.

Kevin and I talk about Spurs staying in North London, the parallels between Hughton and Roberto di Matteo, as well as the coming weekend’s fixtures, a slate highlighted by the seasons’ second Manchester derby. We break down the sides and give our prognoses, predictions that foresee a very similar match to what we saw at Eastlands.

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If We’re Lucky, We’ll See A Goal, This Time (Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 If Were Lucky, Well See A Goal, This Time (Weekend Preview): EPL Talk PodcastThe weekend preview edition starts with Olympic Stadium news and the potential return of Chris Hughton, which I discuss with a special guest. Making his first appearance on the show is Kevin McCauley (manager of CartilageFreeCaptain.com, managing editor of WorldSoccerReader.com, and contributor at SBNation.com), filling in for Kartik Kishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna.

Kevin and I talk about Spurs staying in North London, the parallels between Hughton and Roberto di Matteo, as well as the coming weekend’s fixtures, a slate highlighted by the seasons’ second Manchester derby. We break down the sides and give our prognoses, predictions that foresee a very similar match to what we saw at Eastlands.


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