Coming To The Fore-th (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Welcome back. You know it feels nice to be back in the warm bosom of EPL. Lovely to have you back, pull up a chair and kick back. We start with a cold story on the podcast and review some of the initial reaction to the Hillsborough Report. We will stay up to date with the events to come, but initial conclusions are elated to get the information freed, yet sad to see what they read.

We review the news in section two. Then feature United and Wigan as they return from international break. Fall-out? Well there might be some for either side. Some nice matches to come this weekend, most happening on Saturday. Manchester teams play both home and away. Chelsea have a chance to continue their run. Liverpool visit Sunderland. Arsenal will host Southampton.

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3 thoughts on “Coming To The Fore-th (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)”

  1. Morgan, did you really say that COle wouldn’t be around forever, so England had to look at Bertrand?? Nice that you overlook the current best English LB in the EPL, Leighton Baines. Does he not play for a big enough club?

    1. Leighton Baines is 27. If Cole is stubborn enough/good enough he’s starting for another 2-3 years. At that point Baines is 30. I’m not saying he’s not good. But Bertrand is younger which would technically be something I look for in the future. It’s not a knock on Baines at all. But if I’m looking at the long term than Bertrand is what I’m looking for.

  2. Re: the discussion on international breaks – my issue with this one is that it comes just when I’m getting into the club season. That said, at least this break is for World Cup Qualifiers. Those breaks for useless friendlies? I loathe.

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