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Euro 2012 Daily: Continental Drift (EPL Talk Podcast)

The news broke just hours ago, EPL Talk is moving to Poland and Ukraine for the Euros. Laurence McKenna touched down in Warsaw today and will be bringing updates and build up from the tournament throughout June and July. If you want to get involved or send a request for content to the podcast then join us on Twitter or email Laurence:

laurencemckenna@epltalk.com

Whilst travel and transit are fun. There is nothing like a good podcast, Euro build-up continues and we review a Spain friendly. Talk injuries and the problems that they can cause; moralise about Rio and Roy; also taking time to acknowledge that Chelsea are making waves in the English transfer market again. What was that about less spending?

Let us know what you think is important in this tournament. Join the chat on Twitter:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

Here are the different ways you can listen to the Euro 2012 Podcast each day:

  1. Listen via the Flash player included on the website via EPL Talk, or visit the EPL Talk Podcasts page
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  6. Get the free version of the EPL Talk iPhone App which includes the podcasts as well as EPL Talk posts, comments and more, and
  7. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast on the Zune.
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3 Responses to Euro 2012 Daily: Continental Drift (EPL Talk Podcast)

  1. dust says:

    Lawrence,

    Just listened to the podcast and discussion about the Terry Ferdinand saga,

    I believe that Roy wanted the Chelsea connection, but thats fallen apart, and because of the court issues ahead, still can’t bring Rio in, he just can’t, it would disrupt the whole camp more than maybe it already has.

    So I guess my question to you is, How does Roy strapping himself to terry effect him post tournament given that the following is likely.

    England crash out and don’t make the knock out stage, Terry comes back and is found guilty. Given the video evidence they have, they are pretty high odds.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/oct/24/john-terry-anton-ferdinand-chelsea-qpr

    He has strapped himself to Terry, What could or should happen to Roy?
    It’s also not out of the realms of possibility Terry is involved in some form of on the incident albeit on or off the ball.

  2. Cody says:

    I think the Terry / Rio drama is a loose-loose situation for Roy. No matter what decision he makes, there will be a big group of fans who criticize the decision. And unfortunately, if England don’t make it past the group stage, I think Roy will be the one who is blamed.

  3. Kyle says:

    Love the idea of a hotline for misbehaving footballers. Perhaps “Bartonwatch”? Or “Football-Fone”?

    I can just picture Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith responding to the call, detaining the offending party and using the blinky thing to wipe away the memory of the incident from the memories of other patrons.

    As far as the Terry/Ferdinand saga is concerned, I do think it was a one or the other question for Hodgson. And given that choice, Terry was the right call. I do wonder why Chris Smalling isn’t in the squad. Smalling and Jones would have been a strong Centre-back pairing, no? It’s obvious youth has been a factor in some of the inclusions, so Smalling seems to fit that theme.

    Great podcast! I love being able to listen every day right now, makes my drive in to work all the better.

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