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Crisis In Motion (Premier League Weekend Review Podcast)

What a weekend of shock results in the Premier League as Arsenal lose to Swansea City, Tottenham lose to Stoke City, Manchester City scrape a draw against QPR and Burnley finally won a game in the Premier League after beating Hull City. Up and down the league, there are so many talking points from the weekend.

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Nick Webster: Nick has been involved in football longer than most of us have been alive. He had trials for Watford and QPR, and has coached High School, College, Club and semi-pro. Plus, he’s part of US Open Cup history with Cal FC and the Atlanta Silverbacks. Nick currently holds the NSCAA Premier coaching diploma and has earned all his USSF coaching badges from A-E.

Prior to World Soccer Talk, Nick was a producer and host on FOX Soccer Channel, where he co-hosted FOX Football Fone-In. Nick commentates Chivas USA games for KDOC LA56.

Read the interview with Nick Webster.

Nate Abaurrea: Nate is a radio sportscaster, writer, stand-up comedian, and soccer coach located in Redding, California. Originally from Watsonville, a futbol crazy town in Santa Cruz County, Nate is a graduate of Humboldt State University where he majored in Broadcast Journalism. Soccer is one his true loves in life, and he is an avid Liverpool FC, San Jose Earthquakes, and United States National Team supporter. Road trips, sake & sushi outings, and late night terrace inspired singing are some of his hobbies. His greatest heroes include Bill Shankly, Richard Pryor, Diego Maradona, Hunter S. Thompson, and Jon Miller. In addition to the World Soccer Talk Pod, Nate’s work can be heard on AM 1460 in Redding and online at KCNR1460.com, where he is the lead radio voice for live coverage of Northern California college and high school sports.

Read the interview with Nate Abaurrea.

Robin Burt: Happily married with two children, Robin lives in Los Angeles.  He was born in London and moved to LA in 1991.  Avid West Ham supporter, his first game at the Boleyn Ground was against Liverpool on December 18, 1976 – the Hammers ran out winners that day 2-0. Boyhood heroes include Billy Bonds, Trevor Brooking, Alan Devonshire, Frank Lampard Senior, Frank McAvennie and Phil Parkes.

Robin is a marketing executive with over 25 years’ experience in the entertainment business working for American Film Market, Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Special Olympics and the Organizing Committee for the 1994 World Cup.

Read the interview with Robin Burt.

Kartik Krishnaiyer. A lifelong lover of soccer, the beautiful game, he served from January 2010 until May 2013 as the Director of Communications and Public Relations for the North American Soccer League (NASL).

Raised on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the old NASL, Krishnaiyer previously hosted the American Soccer Show on the Champions Soccer Radio Network, the Major League Soccer Talk podcast and the EPL Talk Podcast.

His soccer writing has been featured by several media outlets including The Guardian and The Telegraph. He rejoins World Soccer Talk as a writer, and podcast host.

Grant Kerr: Grant is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Iraklis Psachna F.C. in the Football League in Greece.

After playing in the youth academy at Everton, Grant played at several clubs including Southend United, Fort Lauderdale Strikers and Atlanta Silverbacks.

The Scot plays in midfield wearing the number 10 shirt for Iraklis Psachna.

Follow our experts on Twitter:

World Soccer Talk: @worldsoccertalk
Nick Webster: @NickWebster
Kartik Krishnaiyer: @kkfla737
Nate Abaurrea: @DarthNater99
David Mosse: @StatManMosse
Robin Burt: @burtiboy11
Grant Kerr: @GrantKerrMedia

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  1. Ramesh Raghuthaman

    November 12, 2014 at 2:38 pm

    Chris:

    First I want to say thank you for providing such a wonderful forum and blog for footy fans in the USA. I started listening to the EPL Talk Podcast in 2010.

    It was hands down my favorite podcast. The insight provided by the hosts, (Farley, McKenna, Krishnanair, Green, and Hennage) was first class and insightful. I looked forward to it every week and it used to deliver. The podcast played a monumental role in advancing my understanding of the game, the culture, and tactics. In short, it was flat out the best footy podcast.

    I understand the need for change, and the need for the site and podcast to evolve. However, I can’t lie to you. The podcast is terrible. This is the first week that I am not listening. The shock jock, juvenile banter doesn’t do it for me. The podcast went from being substantive and informative to sophomoric.

    I can only speak for myself, but I know that I am not alone. I really hope that someday we will all get our podcast back. I just can’t listen to the current iteration of the podcast.

    Thank you for allowing me to express my opinion. I wish I felt different, but that is not the case. Your site will always be my favorite blog. I do miss the old crew and podcast.

    Thanks again.

    Ramesh Raghuthaman

    • Christopher Harris

      November 12, 2014 at 3:52 pm

      Ramesh, sorry to hear that.

      Unfortunately, I wasn’t happy with Laurence not being available on a consistent basis every week due to his hectic work schedule (hence the reason why the Sunday night podcast was sometimes released as late as a Wednesday). Plus, even though I reached out to him on several occasions, a few months had passed where he was unresponsive, so due to his lack of availability and lack of communication, I had to make a fresh start and a big change.

      Nick and his crew have a different style, but we’ve received many glowing reviews from readers who prefer the change.

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