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EPL Talk Podcast Weekend Review Show, Open Thread: Have Your Say

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If you consider yourself a soccer expert, we need your opinion.

Gameweek 11 of the Premier League is over, and in just a few hours we’ll be recording the weekend review show of the EPL Talk Podcast. But we need your opinions and questions regarding what topics you want to hear about to help drive the discussion of the show.

It was a busy weekend near the bottom of the Premier League table with Wigan and Blackburn dropping more points, while Wolves and Bolton picked up much needed wins to take the pressure off their managers. Elsewhere, near the top of the table Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United won to keep the heat on Manchester City.

These are just a few of the talking points, but there are plenty more. Post your questions and suggested topics in the comments section below before 5pm ET, and the best ones will be read out on air tonight. Thanks in advance for your valuable input and insight.

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7 Responses to EPL Talk Podcast Weekend Review Show, Open Thread: Have Your Say

  1. Todd says:

    Thoughts on Liverpool’s season so far? Underwhelming, all things considered imo. The big-money(and over-priced) signings aren’t exactly proving their worth, sans Suarez, and even he seems to be in the headlines, more often than not, for the wrong reasons. Do we count them out just yet?

    And as an Arsenal fan, there’s nothing better than these last few weeks after the dismal start to the season. Everything just looks tighter, quicker, more fluid in the middle and up top. RVP is a man in form, it’s great to see. Here’s to holding my breath for the international break.

  2. Ally says:

    Again Blackburn were a bit unlucky and are the owners to blame to a large extent with regards to the plane banner, not allowing banners and drowning out fans chants with music after the game.
    Also the Sunderland penalty decision and did the fact that the referee go in the guard of honour for Fergie have anything to do with it.
    And how huge are those wins for Wolves and Bolton and so McCarthy and Coyle.

  3. simon says:

    from united fan man sh*ty look displaced in diffence without kompany i hope they loose their game in newcastle
    liverpool ???? are they even gonna finish at the top 6 well who cares last manunited need tom cleverly so bad as much as i hate carick when he came in against sunderland he played well and how long is ronney playing cm
    i love to see him play the # 10 GGMU

  4. The Gaffer says:

    Some suggestions from me:

    > 25 years of Sir Alex Ferguson in charge of Manchester United. Will we ever see a greater manager in the Premier League ever again?

    > If the Venky’s do sack Steve Kean in the near future, who would you pick to replace him that could keep Blackburn up?

    > Should Newcastle United change their tactics at all for their next three games? (a) Man City, (a) Man United and (h) Chelsea.

    > Other than Robin van Persie, who’s been your player of the season so far?

    The Gaffer

  5. Ally says:

    For me I think Silva is the best player so far this season, his goal yesterday was incredible.
    Also I don’t think Newcastle should change the way they are playing, need to keep cohesion but I can see them getting at least 2 points from those 3 games and maybe even 4 based on how United and Chelsea are looking.

  6. jdoe says:

    I’m surprised no one mentioned Al-Habsi. Wigan does not deserve him one bit!

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