English Premier League Podcasts

Podcast: United vs Arsenal An Analysis [Better Late Than Never]

This was supposed to be uploaded sometime the past few days but unfortunately, work has bogged me down. Alas, it is better late than never.

In what would be Carrick’s last game as a Manchester United’s employee, let alone caretaker head coach, the red devils managed to put a solid performance against the gunners. Arsenal may have scored two goals but the first goal by Emile Smith Rowe was a contentious one. Should the goal have stood with David de Gea visibly down and injured? Is it finally the end of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s arsenal tenure?

Tune in to find out as Vikram and Jack discuss this and much more in this delayed episode.

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Podcast: Managerial Transitions – Tottenham Hotspurs, FC Barcelona, & Newcastle United

It is never easy being a modern-day head coach at an elite club. Regardless of your previous exploits with the team, a string of poor results could see you facing the sack. Such is the life of a gaffer. Every flawed tactical decision and erroneous player selection could push him closer to the exit. Unfortunately,…

Podcast: The El Clásico and Atléti vs La Real Reviews

Yes, it may be a tad bit late but the points we make are still kinda great (or we hope they are). We did an El Clásico preview with our good friend Russell from The Goal Assembly before the clash of the titans – one without Lionel Messi mind you – and we felt it…

Podcast: Our Champions League Guide & Predictions Part 2 – Groups E to H

We continue going through the other remaining groups in this episode and the latter groups have some interesting matches for sure. Manchester United will look for revenge against Villareal following last season’s Europa League final loss, Chelsea and Juventus will be a mouthwatering clash and Bayern Munich will be looking to capitalize on Barcelona’s period…

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