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The Last Run (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

As the Premier League enters the final stretch of the season the podcast are feeling the burn too. Are you? International football only continued the intensity of the campaign, but heightened our taste for the final goal. So who rose to the occasion? In section one of the podcast there […]

Come Fly With Us (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

International football means new things. Brazil is not far away now with just over 440 days to go. That means that the pod feel the urge to get excited about international football and look beyond their own borders. Where to start? Austria of course. The pod also talk about the […]

Qatar Kings (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

This international break is of decent length. It gives the pod some time to look around the world and see what’s going on. As it happens, lies, sackings and misery – for some! For others there is nothing but opportunity. This gave the pod an opportunity it get all existential […]

Inertia Ultra (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

Think of it this way: If they hadn’t turned up then you wouldn’t know that they could do so little and yet not achieve so much. Man City have truly handed the title to United this season. And whilst they are not the only team to do so in the […]

In oder aus? (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Out! Out! Out! Of the Champions League. Tragedy as Wenger claims that this is a wake-up call for English sides. In a podcast recorded before these comments were available the pod stab at the idea that going out of Europe is not a good thing for Arsenal or anyone in […]

Bale-Out (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

Chelsea visited Manchester United and politics followed. Rafa didn’t get a handshake from Sir Alex as the manager tried to hide his frustration at another collapse in Manchester. Frustration on Fergie’s part is understandable. Rafa coming away as the more reasonable and interesting looking party. The pod break down that […]

Real-ly (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Multiple competitions can be cruel at any one time, oh how a season can change. Yet, United fans still have two competitions to look on favourably as they saw their team crash out of the Champions League unceremoniously, through a series of uncomfortable and jarring moments. First a collision, then […]

London Is Good? (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

The league is not decided: on whether to let QPR stay or go. Whilst they might be halfway out the door anyway, it was a good weekend for London as they sat in the spotlight. Wenger might not have enjoyed the spotlight as much as the rest but it made […]

London Is Bad (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

It’s not a good time to live in London if you care about football. You barely have a chance of seeing a beloved English team at Wembley for a European final; Wenger is (but isn’t) crying; Rafa doesn’t want to be there; and to top all that off the title […]

Little Britton (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

The first cup final of the weekend and the Premier League triumphs, in the most romantic of situations for Swansea and Laudrup. Wembley was a wonderful setting for both winners and losers who seemed to appreciate the situation that the Capital One Cup has put them in this season. Capital […]

Kroos-Control (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Don’t worry. Last minute goals are supposed to happen that way. Right? It’s just that…sometimes they don’t! The pod take a look through the best of the european football this week and look forward to a weekend of football which includes two going for two: Man City and Chelsea. Both […]

Faux-Cup (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

A strange time of the season as football builds up and managers begin to look at fixture lists to rotate with an intense expression, which has changed from the start of the season. This is an expression of deep thought and sometimes angst, as they work out how to get […]

Just One Game? (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

One EPL related game in the UCL. Just one EPL game this weekend. They are cutting off our football and forcing us to appreciate the wider world. With this in mind the pod take a look at their own rules of FFP and debate the future of football; how do […]

Manchester Decides It (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

We may look back on this weekend as the fixtures which secured the title for Manchester United. A 20th title at that. Apt too, as they commemorate the Munich air disaster at Old Trafford with a 2 – 0 win over Everton. The sense of occasion possibly offering more than […]

International Tributes (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

That was not an international break, but it was a nice time to watch football. Some beautiful stuff played in some consequential and inconsequential games. The consequence? Less time to prepare for the league. Benefit? The pod discuss that. This doesn’t mean that the EPL stopped. If anything it carried […]

NFL – Not For Long (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

Much to talk about on the pod, which is why they break it down into four sections. One dedicated to Kartik, the others taking a look through the action of the weekend. Two critical games at the top of the league, QPR draw again and Spurs continue to march on […]

Transfer Deadline Day (EPL Talk Special Podcast)

They came in their masses to see the window close. Were they let down? Some were, as millions was spent and yet some still saw an empty future. The pod cast a special for the end of the transfer window, discussing the goings and comings but also why people might […]

Pulling Away Is Easy (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

When it comes to mid-week games making a statement can go wrong. Some blame timing, some – others look at subdued nature of mid-week football and wonder what that changes. It means that players need to focus. The players who do focus are rewarded. As the pod find out who […]

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Ed Woodward flies to Barcelona to seal £22 million Pedro transfer to Manchester United

Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward has flown to Catalonia to secure the £22 million transfer of Barcelona forward Pedro. It has been widely reported that the much-anticipate move will be finalized this week, with the expectation being that the Spain international will be unveiled as a United player on […]

Will the real Everton please stand up

Any good film trying to portray authentic teenage angst has it — the scene where the main character locks itself in a bathroom, flings itself into the driver’s seat of a car, or perhaps collapses against a hallway locker and screams. Screams violently and inexplicably, because there is no outlet. […]