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Changes (EPL Talk Special Podcast)

Who’d have known that changes would come so quickly after the season? Clubs eager and anxious to get their summer in shape and be ready for the new season. For that reason it really doesn’t feel like there’s a rest from football for those involved.

At least at management level, there must be a feeling of shift in the hierarchy and setup of so many clubs. The pod look into what some of the managerial changes might mean to the league and the players. What do you think will change? Let’s EPL Talk about it:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

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3 Responses to Changes (EPL Talk Special Podcast)

  1. gillyrosh says:

    -It’s interesting that Kartik concludes from Mourihno’s tenure at Real Madrid that the club is unmanageable. That’s not the narrative that’s been put out there. It’s mostly been about Mourihno behaving dictatorially and falling out with players (and he generally gets the blame for this). I don’t feel strongly one way or the other; it’s just interesting to hear an opinion that goes against the narrative.

    -Also interesting to hear Matt mention friction with the Chelsea fans as a reason for Abramovich re-hiring Mourihno. Large sections of the CFC fanbase loved Di Matteo, but Abramovich had no problem getting rid of him, so I’m not sure he’s brought JM back to placate fans he’s previously had no problem antagonizing.

    And did Abramhovich really have his pick of managers? Once the Guardiola fantasy evaporated, who else (realistically) was in the running for the Chelsea manager’s job?

  2. Nick says:

    Not sure where to leave this message, but on your list of movies, you have to include Gregory’s Girl. It deserves at the very least, an honorable mention, just because it is so dated, but it is still a classic!!

    • The Gaffer says:

      I agree. It’s a great film. If you’d like that one, I highly recommend “Comfort And Joy.” It’s from the same era, but has nothing to do with soccer, but it’s a brilliant film.

      Cheers,
      The Gaffer

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