Come Together (EPL Talk Podcast)

In a week between Premier League football the pod decide to chat about morals. Great, you might think. Yet, Wonga was also discussed on this podcast. Lovely, you say. Statistics too. Wow, I think.

The pod also find out that Kristan is a model. Striding the catwalks of Newcastle with ease and next to the best footballers of that generation. Do you think you could cut it on the catwalk? Let the podcast know:

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Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

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9 thoughts on “Come Together (EPL Talk Podcast)”

  1. Shock horror american puts winning above how you play the game..really Morgan.. the size of the island, a tiny island lol wow. only 10 minutes in and Morgan has continued an unbroken run of absolute rubbish… not sure what the size of he island has to do with anything…

    1. Morgan is ridiculous. I’m using my lunch break at work to express my displeasure with his contribution to the podcast.

      He never ceases to amaze me with his hate for Arsenal (today’s silent stadium comment), blind support of Chelsea (scoffing at Laurence’s valid point regarding David Luiz), and just general lack of insight. I like being informed of things I may not be privy to when I listen to a podcast, and the only thing Mr. Green contributes in this sense is useless statistics.

      Seeing the other comments, it would seem Morgan is not the contentious personality on a show that adds ratings, but one that would not be missed if he was to go away.

      Will continue to listen as I genuinely enjoy and appreciate the podcast. Thank you.

  2. The retro-active punishment was also used in the world cup against Rivaldo for simulation in a Brazil game. I want to say it was ’98 World Cup, but I might be wrong.

  3. Re stoke transfers, value vs wanton waste?

    Where would Tony Pullis be on a dud transfer league table? Would King Kenny be claiming the trophy?

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