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Peep, Peep, Pep (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

January might be nearing the middle, but the pod have already forgotten the heady heights of the Transfer Window (understandable?) and moved on to where Pep will end up the summer. Arsenal? Chelsea? Man City? Kris and Morgan put the arguments out there whilst Laurence peruses Twitter for a less-than-conclusive answer on a true World XI, is there such a thing? The Daily Mail seem to think so, even if they are getting trolled by Capello.

Chelsea struggle against Swansea and Spurs are actually doing better than we might have you believe. Villa on the other hand, well they…they…yeh, stats indicate that they might be doing better than you think: if what you think is devastating.

Then it’s Super Sunday! The podcast look at MUFC v LFC and AFC v MCFC. Is this the first Super-Sunday which actually feels like one this season? 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 Peep, Peep, Pep (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

  1. The Gaffer says:

    I have to disagree with Kristan’s assertion that Angel Rangel shouldn’t have been included in the list.

    Angel Rangel is one of the most underrated right backs in the Premier League. It’s not just me that has this opinion, but a few UK pundits share the same opinion.

    Kristan questioned whether he was even the best right back at Swansea, but he’s far better than Dwight Tiendalli.

    I think Capello’s decision to include Angel Rangel shows a keen eye for talent instead of going for the cliched suggestions.

    Also, I disagree with Kristan about his opinion regarding Danny Graham who, Kristan says, is “not really a consistent clinical Premier League striker.” Graham has scored a goal in his last four games — against teams such as Chelsea, Arsenal, Fulham and Aston Villa. He hasn’t played that much this season since Michu replaced him, but four goals from four games is pretty consistent to me.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

    • Laurence McKenna says:

      He does have a good name too. Rangel!

      Thinking about it, who is a better RB in the EPL? That’s kinda the issue, not clicheing…Can we get a Gaffer XI?

      • The Gaffer says:

        I’d need a bit of time to put a Gaffer XI together, but as far as a good right back in the EPL, I like Bacary Sagna.

        Cheers,
        The Gaffer

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