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Hungover? (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

These match days could be remembered as when United took charge of the league. They’ve said it once and they’ll say it again. Don’t count them out. But not all is lost, at least there were some draws in there. This run of games is known for being up and down but if someone can put a run together then it makes the league a lot more interesting.

Both Fergie and ‘Arry are the two men doing that right now with both Spurs and United putting in convincing performances whilst the rest of them just flounced about with little to show for it. Effectively, no one took charge of the games and it is frustrating.

The pod also looks forward to the New Year period and how those games could have an effect on the league. Tweet along with the podcast and give us your views for the next show:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kartik: @kkfla737

Laurence: @lozcast

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  1. EplNfl

    December 28, 2011 at 7:30 pm


    Chri is on target on Their online service with an on demand component allows you to watch everything when you want it. No need for the cable costs if you get it and you should also have access to ESPN3 to see the ESPN game. Sometimes you can also see the ESPN on demand. The really great value is the MLS online service which cost only $40.00 for the entire season. It is a huge value! No one knows what the price will be for 2012, but if its anywhere close, its a steal.

    Kartik brought up a good point given the limited television coverage in the UK are local pundits the best to give a overview of the league? The vast coverage we have in the US along with internet access to the UK media may explain why Kartik and Laurence do as good if not a better job than their rivals on the other side of the pond. (Yes I know Laurence is UK based).

  2. DocTurtle

    December 28, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    Laurence, I find it ridiculous how expensive it is to try to watch the EPL over here in the US. I often find myself having to watch the 1 game a week they show on ESPN or watching the game I actually want to watch online.

    If it makes you feel any better, it’s the same thing with the MLS over here. I asked my TV provider about a month into the MLS season if they had any soccer packages…they asked me if they were even playing yet and that they would have to ask their manager because they didn’t even know they had one. Needless to say, it was going to be a lot more a month than I was willing to pay so it’s whatever 1 game a week they might decide to play…or online to watch what I want, haha.

    Another great podcast guys!

    • The Gaffer

      December 28, 2011 at 3:24 pm

      DocTurtle, I would have to disagree with you there. If anything, I can’t believe how cheap it is to watch as many games as possible (more than almost every country in the world) for the low price we pay. is $20 per month (65 cents per day), while FOX Soccer is usually less than that.

      It used to be $20 to see ONE game on PPV.

      The Gaffer

      • DocTurtle

        December 28, 2011 at 6:45 pm

        Looks like I need to call my cable company again then…or make a change! Thanks for disagreeing! Haha.

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