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Skyfall (EPL Talk Podcast)

Lot’s of discussion on this week’s podcast. International talk, stats on winning the league and news of Twitter which no one wants to hear about. Could you be more excited? I know…so whilst they squark about Twitter why don’t you express your opinion on some of this week’s issues?

Discussion and percussion as the pod bash around about Michael Owen again; Cuba escapes; and cheering at a game. Speaking of cheering, what do you think of cheering at grounds? Does it change when a team gets more successful? Let the podcast know:

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Kristan: @kheneage

Matt: @mattcrduncan

Morgan: @Morgan_Green

Laurence: @lozcast

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  1. Caspar Neickel

    October 15, 2012 at 7:18 pm

    WHY OH WHY are we subjected to such poor English grammar week after week? I stopped downloading the podcast for a week or two after various crimes against syntax, and then thought, it can’t really have been that bad! I’ll go back. And then I get this, in a discussion of high-flying Germany:

    “But you look at the dearth of attacking talent that they have . . .”

    When of course the intended meaning was EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE:

    “But you look at the surplus of attacking talent that they have . . .”

    I just don’t understand what the podcast gains from the murder of the English language, inexorably, slowly, bloodily, painfully, show after show, care of our friend Morgan. Please have mercy on our grammatical souls. Avoid cliches. Follow the rules of pronoun and antecedent, subject and predicate, master your idioms, don’t be an idiot.

  2. dano328

    October 15, 2012 at 10:41 am

    That makes more sense. Guess the pod did move on too quick after that comment.

    Since following you I’ve notice how you have maintained strong interest in all the American sports as well. Interlude are the only weekends I catch up.

    Thanks for clarifying the point.

  3. Morgan

    October 15, 2012 at 6:38 am

    Hey Dano,

    My apologies for not getting a chance to explain on the pod. The reasons are that the lowest position in the table the eventual champions have ever comeback from at this point was 8th (hence West Ham) and the most points a team has ever been behind at this point and gone on to win the title is 6 (hence Arsenal being just behind that cut off) I was using them more as the elimination cut off rather than just those two are done and the other 18 can still get the title. It was just a play on the stats. Not a slight at Arsenal.

  4. dano328

    October 15, 2012 at 12:36 am

    Morgan tonight said “Arsenal & West Hamm are eliminated” This comment makes little since. While I don’t believe Arsenal will win the league, they will play a role. And why mention West Ham in the same sentence? No one has ever contemplated they will win the league. It’s pretty early to say Arsenal have no chance. In what instance besides Koscielny’ s bad game has Arsenal looked less than pretty solid. The didn’t score against two “park the bus” sides and many are saying AFC still playing he best right now. To say they are “eliminated” is absurd.

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