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EPL GW19 review and GW20 preview; World Soccer Talk Podcast

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Listen to the World Soccer Talk Podcast featuring Richard Farley and Laurence McKenna as they review the Premier League’s round 19 fixtures and preview the first match day of 2016.

Richard and Laurence look back on a gameweek that saw Arsenal reclaim a place at the top of the league as well as look forward to Manchester City’s visit to Watford as well as a captivating matchup between high-powered Everton and the league’s best defense, Spurs.

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  1. Keith Wikle

    December 31, 2015 at 12:30 pm

    Interesting Pod.

    It seems like that coverage such as this, as well as the BBC, talksport etc, gets stuck on a skipping 45 single track from 2 years ago, if not 4 years ago. Continuing to dedicate the majority of the coverage in the premier league to chelsea, Man u, liverpool, man city, and arsenal does a disservice to some very entertaining matches. Roughly 10 minutes of the pod was spent on a goalless draw. Very little time spent on the 4-3 between stoke and everton, the watford spurs match, and the two controversial calls in that match. Stoke was referred to as being “flaky” but is obviously way more entertaining than man u, and way outperforming chelsea.

    It might make for a more interesting experience to spend time flipping the focus for one week away from the “narrative” of Man U’s inability to score a goal, Chelsea’s implosion, Man city’s inconsistencies, and follow the best performances of the week. A show that follows performances in terms of great goals, defensive strength, and great play rather than one that just reports on how the narrative of the premier league is being disrupted from the past. You’ve missed some great matches, and the opportunity to comment on what makes football worth watching.

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