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Nor-were-we (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

That isn’t it though is it? Chelsea still have to visit Liverpool and Liverpool still have to visit Palace and City still have all of those games in hand. But at least something is sure for Brendan’s men: Champions League football next season. As Stevie says: “We go again” on the world soccer talk podcast.

It’s a little different for Manchester United who will not be in the most auspicious competition in European football next season. They might not even make Europa League. Moyes looked despondent at his old stomping ground as Martinez and Everton romped through the Devils like they were Everton before Moyes…

Elsewhere, Palace continue an incredible streak and Sunderland decide to pull it together…but that’s too late for Gus, even if miracles do happen. Problem for him seems: “Some mothers do ‘av em”.

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  1. goisles01

    April 21, 2014 at 10:30 am

    So you’re thinking that Liverpool will do something they haven’t done since Christmas? Lose 2 in a row? Finish 3rd? Liverpool concedes the majority of their goals trying to protect leads and in NBA garbage time. When games are close they play closer to the vest. If you look at their losing scorelines, STH -1, ARS-2, HC-3, MC-2, CHL-2, they did not play bad defense with the loses against City and Chelsea being decided by keeper errors.

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