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Of Course He Did (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

So Pep picked Germany, yeah, Bundes-many. The league which no one in England watches at 2am on a Tuesday. Fortunately, this is a good thing. Remember when Pep was in La Liga and it gave other teams a chance too? Oh…So Chelsea are being told they lost out, maybe they didn’t: maybe there are other options. This is certainly a great preview to the summer.

To preview the weekend the pod look at the mid-week games and ahead to Spurs – United. Chelsea also play Arsenal this weekend, after such underwhelming results for both what can we take away as a positive?

Batron battled Didi and Harry stole Remy away from Newcastle. Which will matter more at the end of the season? Let’s EPL Talk about it:

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Laurence: @lozcast

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7 Responses to Of Course He Did (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

  1. The Gaffer says:

    For those interested in learning more about the Soccernomics 2.0 book club, go to http://epltalk.com/2013/01/06/soccernomics-revised-and-expanded-second-edition-is-this-months-book-club-selection-join-the-discussion/

    If there’s enough demand, we can have a live chat on EPL Talk with co-author Stefan Szymanski, where you can ask him questions about the book.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  2. Prinz says:

    Another 3 points for my Reds on sunday against spurs. To Dust ‘WHAT’RE GONNA DO WHEN THE 1 VAN TEAM RUNS WILD ON YOU’

    • dust says:

      I didn’t know Hulk hogan was a Utd Fan! LOL

      I’m looking forward to the game, I think your lot will go to the lane trying to get three but end up trying desperately grab a draw.

      Hope
      Spurs 3
      Man Utd 0

      Reality
      Spurs 3
      Man Utd 1

  3. Ash002 says:

    Pep’s comments in hte lead up to the announcement of his appointment at Bayern where interesting:

    “I would love to manage in the premier league *one day*”, emphasis on “one day”. Indicates he wasn’t going there immediately.

    He loves the way the english supporters support their club win or lose, rather than on the continent where “they kill you if you lose”. Clearly Chelsea wasn’t for him.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2013/jan/15/pep-guardiola-manage-premier-league

  4. gillyrosh says:

    Laurence, if it makes you feel any better, at my book club last night more than half the participants had not read the book!

    • Laurence McKenna says:

      How was the book? :)

      • gillyrosh says:

        I thought the book was pretty good (It’s JK Rowling’s Casual Vacancy, her first post-Harry Potter offering). A bit slow in the beginning but it picks up and turns into a fascinating – even somewhat disturbing character study. I’d recommend it.

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