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That Escalated Quickly (World Soccer Talk Special Podcast)

If you thought that last weekend was weird for football then this one will have you shocked by what can change in such a short space of time. However, that doesn’t bode well for our top or bottom sides who find themselves locked in battle for supremacy: either to stay up or win the league. The question is? Can you have it both ways? Likeable and champions? Beautiful and winners?

Right now, Tony Pulis says not whereas Brendan Rodgers is musing about his options. World, let’s Talk Soccer:

World Soccer Talk: @worldsoccertalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Kris: @KHeneage

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Matt L: @MattsMusings1

Laurence: @lozcast

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5 Responses to That Escalated Quickly (World Soccer Talk Special Podcast)

  1. goisles01 says:

    Fox Sports UEFA Power Rankings. (not counting this weekends results) Take it for what it’s worth…

    1. Bayern Munich
    2. Barcelona
    3. PSG
    4. Atletico Madrid
    5. Chelsea
    6. Real Madrid
    7. Juventus
    8. Manchester City
    9. Liverpool
    10.Benfica

  2. goisles01 says:

    ESPNFC UEFA Power Rankings. (not counting this weekends results) Take it for what it’s worth…

    1. Bayern Munich
    2. Barcelona
    3. PSG
    4. Atletico Madrid
    5. Real Madrid
    6. Juventus
    7. Chelsea
    8. Liverpool
    9. Manchester City
    10.Benfica

    • goisles01 says:

      My own (after this weekends) results

      1. Bayern Munich
      2. PSG
      3. Atletico Madrid
      4. Barcelona
      5. Liverpool
      6. Real Madrid
      7. Manchester City
      8. Juventus
      9. Chelsea
      10.Roma

  3. goisles01 says:

    I have to say the excitement of the finale of both the EPL and La Liga is an appropriate appetizer to the coming WC :D

  4. goisles01 says:

    Read this stat. Excluding penalties, Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, with 29, has scored the most league goals by anyone. EVER!

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