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Pitch invasions and FA Cup duds (Premier League and FA Cup Weekend Review Show)

The World Soccer Talk Podcast crew are back with Nick Webster, Nicky Holender and Robin Burt discussing the weekend’s FA Cup matches, as well as QPR-Spurs and a look back at stories from the past week including the spitting incident, the Capital One Cup Final from last week (where Nicky Holender went to London to watch it in-person with Adam Richman, as well as to discuss Jose Mourinho’s claim that this was the biggest trophy he has ever won) and much more.

The lads also discuss form-team Liverpool, the race for the top four, who’ll avoid relegation, the problems at Everton, Bradford City’s pitch, as well as a preview of Manchester United against Arsenal in the FA Cup.

The podcast crew are here to examine the highs and lows of the past week. And don’t forget to interact with the pod using hashtag #WSTPod on Twitter.

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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 commentated Chivas USA games for KDOC LA56.

Read the interview with Nick Webster.

Nicky Holender: After a successful career as a professional soccer player with Peterborough United and IK Lyn, Nicky Holender transformed his athletic skills into the E.P.I.C. Lifestyle System that he now uses to train professional athletes like Saloman Kalou, Sasha Andrews and Stephen Ireland.

Nicky also appears regularly on TV in shows like The Kendra Show and Shedding for the Wedding and is the go-to personal trainer for celebrities like Gerard Butler, Graham Mctavish (The Hobbit & Outlander), Chinedu Obasi (Schalke and Nigeria) and Victor Anichebe (West Brom and Nigeria), Kendra Wilkinson, Mel B and Chris Harrison

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.

Follow our experts on Twitter:

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

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  1. Awful Awful Knight

    March 9, 2015 at 2:03 pm

    What a steaming pile of crap!

    Regarding CoC:

    “Only Tottenham came to play”
    Funny, I saw two teams playing.

    “Tottenham were the better team on the day”
    Odd…I could swear they lost.

    “Erickson was unlucky”
    Horse manure! He *missed*. No one hits the bar because they are unlucky — they hit the bar because their shot wasn’t right enough to go in the net or wrong enough to miss altogether.

    “Chelsea put 8 men behind the ball”
    And that’s a bad thing? It’s called ‘defending’

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