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Think Inside The Box (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

With the league throwing up more shocks/stumbling blocks this weekend it appears that there is no such thing as a normal season anymore, we can’t get a consistent top side and we’re all disappointed with a draw…what has the league come to?

This requires some inside the box thinking: analysing form and tactics. Pretty much what you’d expect of a podcast. The very least! To do that: Kristan Heneage joins Laurence McKenna to review the games of the weekend.

In the lump of football we review London’s success, United’s return to underwhelming form and the idea that Liverpool are really unimpressive.

Arsenal stall, whilst Spurs splutter and Chelsea creak. Can Man City capitalise and make Manchester an ivory tower again?

There were plenty of season changing matches taking place this weekend so share your views with the pod and become a greater part of the voice. Tweet along with the podcast and give us your views for the next show:

EPL Talk: @epltalk

Kristan: @kheneage

Laurence: @lozcast

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  1. James

    January 16, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    It’s time to talk openly about Kenny Daglish’s buy-British experiment, his lack of tactics in breaking down stubborn defenses, poor team selections and Liverpool’s struggle to score (Blackburn have scored more goals at home than Liverpool).

    If Liverpool are to progress then they have to begin serious discussions about who best to take them into the future. Sadly I don’t think Daglish is the long-term answer.

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