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Patrick Barclay Interview, Part 3: EPL Talk Vodcast


In the third part of the interview series, Patrick Barclay discusses the World Cup, how England will do in the tournament, picks the 23 man England squad, gives us his impersonation of Fabio Capello, discusses the importance of having Wayne Rooney in the squad and much more.

Interviewed by EPL Talk’s Laurence McKenna in the privacy of Barclay’s home, the Scot shows a side of himself that you will definitely enjoy.

Founded in 2006, the EPL Talk Podcast is the only Premier League interview podcast on the Internet. During each daily episode, we bring you intelligent interviews with some of the biggest names in football such as Mikel John Obi, Steve McClaren, Toby Charles, Graham Poll, John Terry, Gabriele Marcotti, Martin Tyler and many others. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast today via iTunes.

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  1. Jesse Chula

    April 22, 2010 at 7:47 am

    Patrick Barclay just picked the England team from the comfort of his own home, drinking a bit of tea – where else do you get this?!!

    Fantastic stuff.

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