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Scouse Tree (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

It’s Christmas time. There is need to be afraid. At Christmas time, we turn on floodlights and we wade to football matches. Incredible conditions in football begin to become a factor at this point in the season. But in the league, there are storms brewing on a political level. Who has actually deserved a sacking this season? Who? Let’s Talk Soccer, World:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Matt J: @MattJFootball

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt D: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

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3 Responses to Scouse Tree (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

  1. De Selby says:

    Hey Morgan, Wilshere did not throw the “double birds” at City. (I will note here I prefer the term “double freedom rockets”) He put up just a single bird. Come on, let’s be accurate.

  2. De Selby says:

    I’m just going to comment as I’m listening.

    Morgan, you think only at this point Mourinho is in complete results mode? And if Suarez breaks his leg and Arsenal fall apart and City remember that they can’t play on the road that maybe then we’ll start seeing more attractive football?

    Criminy. Have you been watching him throughout his career? Perhaps you need to watch his Porto team in the 2003 UEFA Cup final. He hasn’t changed since then. He will do anything to win, fair or not. Some people appreciate that. I don’t.

  3. De Selby says:

    I disagree with Kartik (and Matt) that Mikel will be punished retrospectively. Not saying I don’t think it was a red card offence but I think Dean saw it and nothing will come from it. We’ll see.

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