Euro 2012 Daily: Through The Wire (EPL Talk Podcast)

Squads continue to change. Players continue to rotate. Liverpool have 6 players in the England squad, people are questioning why but it shows the strange cross-over between season and competition.

Rumours surrounding the tournament continue for many sides, as Buffon of Italy and Sneijder of Netherlands have quite public gaffes. Under such scrutiny there are likely to be small blips like this on a daily basis, but how healthy is that for the growth of football?

Dirk Kuyt, formerly of Liverpool takes off to Turkey for £1m. Liverpool apparently chase a Swansea target and the management rotation continues. After the development of the season that we’ve had: how much breakdown is this?

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2 thoughts on “Euro 2012 Daily: Through The Wire (EPL Talk Podcast)”

  1. Thanks for raising my previous comment to the guys in the podcast, I was surprised his comments are taken as trying to relieve pressure off the players. IMO, If anything, it was an attempt by Roy to lower expectations for himself with the media.

    I wouldn’t expect SAF, Mancini, Wenger, (and maybe one day Redknapp) to say anything less than, “it is our goal to win the league”. Seems a pretty reasonable public show of determination to the fans, especially with only nationality and injury being your only obstacle to picking your ideal team.

    Thanks again

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