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Euro 2012 Daily: That’s Amoré (EPL Talk Podcast)

Italy crash into the semi-finals, whilst England crash out. Penalties make it all better for the English press though, I guess they can make a difference to the opinion. Opinion will be split on this, but does that mean that England did well or not? To devour that: 4 people join Laurence live from Warsaw.

Excitement is fast building as the semi finals take shape, so how will they go? Let the pod know what you see as important in this tournament. Join the chat on Twitter:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

Here are the different ways you can listen to the Euro 2012 Podcast each day:

  1. Listen via the Flash player included on the website via EPL Talk, or visit the EPL Talk Podcasts page
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  3. Add the EPL Talk Podcast RSS feed to your RSS reader,
  4. Buy the EPL Talk Podcast iPhone App which is automatically updated when each new episode is released,
  5. If you have an Android smartphone, buy the EPL Talk Podcast Android App,
  6. Get the free version of the EPL Talk iPhone App which includes the podcasts as well as EPL Talk posts, comments and more, and
  7. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast on the Zune.

As always let us know what you see as important in this tournament. Join the chat on Twitter:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

Here are the different ways you can listen to the Euro 2012 Podcast each day:

  1. Listen via the Flash player included on the website via EPL Talk, or visit the EPL Talk Podcasts page
  2. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast on iTunes,
  3. Add the EPL Talk Podcast RSS feed to your RSS reader,
  4. Buy the EPL Talk Podcast iPhone App which is automatically updated when each new episode is released,
  5. If you have an Android smartphone, buy the EPL Talk Podcast Android App,
  6. Get the free version of the EPL Talk iPhone App which includes the podcasts as well as EPL Talk posts, comments and more, and
  7. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast on the Zune.
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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. CH

    June 25, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    I agree with the gentleman who said that you must be in the top 3 of you position to be called world class. Unfortunately the only WC player England has is a left back. Btw to the other guy who said Rooney is WC & his brain moves faster than other players, how do you think Ibra feels. He was the best player on the field in every game he played and his teammates were nowhere in the same league as he was. During the tourney he would drop deep collect the ball, start the attack, pass the ball, then get in the box and hope for a good cross to finish. Hes a better player than Rooney playing on a worse team than Rooney. So i dont feel sorry for the overrated Wayne Rooney.

  2. BA14

    June 25, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    so did we ever figure out what a “world class” player is?

    • The Gaffer

      June 25, 2012 at 3:00 pm

      I wasn’t involved in the initial discussion on the podcast, but a world-class player is completely subjective. There’s no way you can get everyone agreeing on a list, or who should or shouldn’t deserve to be called a world-class player. Several of the podcast crew got into a discussion on it via Twitter earlier today, if you want to read the tweets and join the conversation at http://www.twitter.com/epltalk

      Cheers,
      The Gaffer

    • Matthew Duncan

      June 25, 2012 at 4:16 pm

      BA14,

      I don’t think we did get to a conclusion and am yet to come across someone who has completely nailed that definition for me. Like with so many things in football there are simply too many variables to be able to pin it down to a simple definition.

      What do you think it is to be World Class?

      Matt

      • BA14

        June 25, 2012 at 7:04 pm

        World class is too hard to define. It’s an interesting debate though. I would put Rooney in the World Class category though. I think his current skill level makes him one of the best players in the world regardless of how he played for England.

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