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Any Given Sunday (Weekend Review): EPL Talk Podcast

Arsenal’s six year drought without silverware persists while a 48-year dry spell ends for Birmingham City on what announcers called the biggest day in the club’s history. On Sunday, Brum got an 89th minute goal from Obafemi Martins en route to a 2-1 win over the Gunners and the Carling Cup. Arsenal, on the other hand, saw their defending fail them at a crucial time, something that is sure to give new life to the criticisms heard countless times by this squad.

On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, myself and co-hosts Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna pay tribute to the Blues’ achievement while asking where the loss leaves Arsenal. We also talk about a weekend’s worth of action that saw strong results for who relegation battlers while Manchester United restored their four point lead.

Then, we look forward to Tuesday, when Chelsea and United will meet for the first time this season. Along the way, we get to your feedback on this, the weekend review show.

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Any Given Sunday (Weekend Review): EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 Any Given Sunday (Weekend Review): EPL Talk PodcastArsenal’s six year drought without silverware persists while a 48-year dry spell ends for Birmingham City on what announcers called the biggest day in the club’s history. On Sunday, Brum got an 89th minute goal from Obafemi Martins en route to a 2-1 win over the Gunners and the Carling Cup. Arsenal, on the other hand, saw their defending fail them at a crucial time, something that is sure to give new life to the criticisms heard countless times by this squad.

On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, myself and co-hosts Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna pay tribute to the Blues’ achievement while asking where the loss leaves Arsenal. We also talk about a weekend’s worth of action that saw strong results for who relegation battlers while Manchester United restored their four point lead.

Then, we look forward to Tuesday, when Chelsea and United will meet for the first time this season. Along the way, we get to your feedback on this, the weekend review show.

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3 Responses to Any Given Sunday (Weekend Review): EPL Talk Podcast

  1. jason says:

    Birmingham winning is great. They are a traditional 2nd division club in my mind. I always like it when I see somebody like them win the cup. The last time this happened was Portsmouth winning the FA cup. Also this means that 7th place in the Premier Leauge will not get into Europe this year.

  2. Kirby Krackle says:

    Wow. A lot of problems with this one. I know Richard sort of called Kartik on this, but Man City needs to worry about Liverpool? 11 points behind with no games in hand and two sides ahead of them Liverpool? Really?

    Then Lawrence asking why he should bother to give his opinion on who will finish in in the relegation zone? Surely, you can realize the need to provide an opinion on a podcast. Hasn’t it always been the case that when the host of the show you’re on asks you a question, you provide the unique analysis and insight that got the likes of you on this show?

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