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The Wrong Kind of Money (Weekend Review): EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 The Wrong Kind of Money (Weekend Review): EPL Talk PodcastManchesters City and United are slated to meet in the FA Cup semifinals after weekend victories over Reading and Arsenal, with the Royals putting up the better fight. The Gunners were unable to get past a patchwork United side, leaving them with one win in their last 11 meetings with teh Red Devils. They bow out at the quarterfinals as to West Ham United and Birmingham City, with Stoke City and Bolton set to meet in the other semifinal.

On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast. myself, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna discuss the weekend’s action, to the extent we were able to do so without driving off course. And when we did deviate, Liverpool’s ability to recruit reinforcements without European football was on our minds, as was the concept of good investment versus bad investment in football.


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The Wrong Kind of Money (Weekend Review): EPL Talk Podcast

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Manchesters City and United are slated to meet in the FA Cup semifinals after weekend victories over Reading and Arsenal, with the Royals putting up the better fight. The Gunners were unable to get past a patchwork United side, leaving them with one win in their last 11 meetings with teh Red Devils. They bow out at the quarterfinals as to West Ham United and Birmingham City, with Stoke City and Bolton set to meet in the other semifinal.

On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast. myself, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna discuss the weekend’s action, to the extent we were able to do so without driving off course. And when we did deviate, Liverpool’s ability to recruit reinforcements without European football was on our minds, as was the concept of good investment versus bad investment in football.

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