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Dar-win At Any Cost (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Breakdown in the UCL for 3 of the four. Sir Alex and United prosper, or do they? Chica looking sharp with movement and vision which United need this season. By contrast, the other British sides looked stifled by their opposition. Both home and away. Arsenal struggled whilst Chelsea stumbled and City capitulated. What does this mean for the league?

There is a big Merseyside Derby this weekend, with both sides depleted in numbers through injury or suspension, who looks best when covering their scars? Do they even need to?

Morgan takes us through the failure stats with Southampton and we run through all other games coming up. Who is having the best week so far? Let the podcast know:

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Laurence: @lozcast

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One Response to Dar-win At Any Cost (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

  1. 89Norcal says:

    I’ve been a Barca fan for 11 years now, and I agree with Kristan that De Gea would not find salvation at Barcelona. Morgan has a point that he’s likely better than Valdes but Valdes is THE #1 at Barcelona; “their boy” and De Gea wouldn’t replace him.

    To Laurence’s point, they only really play Pinto in Copa del Rey matches or towards the end the season.

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