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WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9pm ET: Tonight’s Topic: The Manchester United Crisis [VIDEO]

manchester united1 WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9pm ET: Tonight’s Topic: The Manchester United Crisis [VIDEO]

Tonight, host Nick Geber is joined by co-host Danny Page and special guest Nick Webster (of RealFootyTalk.com) as they discuss the crisis unfolding at Manchester United. Don’t miss this one!

Watch tonight at 9PM ET. Chime in via Twitter @worldsocceradio or call in to the studio at 800-878-PLAY.

The live broadcast of World Soccer Radio begins at 9pm ET and runs until 10pm ET. The show is on every weeknight, and features Nick Geber, best known for his Fox Football Friday and World Soccer Daily shows.

World Soccer Radio is streamed live on WorldSoccerTalk.com each weeknight.


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Editor’s note: Browse through the World Soccer Radio archives to view previous episodes.

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Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013. View all posts by Christopher Harris →
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5 Responses to WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9pm ET: Tonight’s Topic: The Manchester United Crisis [VIDEO]

  1. Dan says:

    The Glazers won title after title? I’m pretty sure that was Sir Alex Ferguson. We can’t compete for the top players anymore on a consistent basis because they have saddled us with debt. Look at our transfer dealings pre Glazers we broke records and were always in the mix. We make the odd buy like Rvp or Berba but why aren’t we in for a Neymar or a guy with a profile. We announce record revenues and profit every year yet we have a net spend in the prem since 05 in 7th or 6th place and can never compete financially with City or Chelsea. Doesn’t make sense that we make 150 million more than they do yet we can’t even compete with them financially. 50 million a year from the kitty goes to financing debt and we won all those titles because of two key pre Glazer buys that Portugese chap Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. They use us as a cash cow so they can make money. The Tampa bay Buccaneer fans don’t like them very much either.Money money that’s all old Malcolm cares about. What sensible owner wouldn’t leave the football to SAF? That doesn’t constitute as great ownership to me.

    • Nick Geber says:

      Fair enough. I suppose it all comes down to how much credit you want to give the owners for the clubs achievements. The flipside is that if you’re not going to give them credit for its achiements how can you hold them responsible for its shortcomings?

  2. EPLNFL says:

    Really enjoy the direct link. Makes the show much more accessible. Also it’s insight was just as good as listening to UK based media last night and today.

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