Purse-pective (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

UCL is done for a lil’ while, are you licking your wounds or looking towards the draw? Both activities will make you look at your side and wonder how you got to be here. With that in mind the podcast take a look at the Champions League and what it means to be part of Europe. Why are some teams so poor and others so successful?

Elsewhere, The Daily Mail put some lovely words online about Joey Barton and some Arsenal fans call for Arsene Wenger to leave. Torres scores and Kris talks Johnson. The pod also look at the games to come this weekend, including Villa – Stoke; Swansea – Norwich; and Wigan – QPR.

Some also manage to wish Laurence a Happy Birthday, professional? Let the pod know:

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Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

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3 Responses to Purse-pective (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

  1. IanCransonsKnees says:

    Stoke have scored 2 against Swansea as well as Newcastle. I agree that’s our problem though. Our defence more than makes up for it, more clean sheets than any other team, all without 2 recognised full backs. We’re playing Geoff Cameron at left back after he started the season at right back, despite being a midfielder.

  2. p says:

    Poorly thought out Arsenal discussion imo. Few if any could be expected to do better than Wenger. Unless Arsenal have a cash infusion he can’t spend like City, Chelsea, and United, that is the basic issue.

  3. gillyrosh says:

    Happy Happy HAPPY Birthday, Laurence!

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