Episode 821: Koeman O’Neill Death Match, Moyes Firestorm, Jose’s Fake News
Things were already bad enough for David Moyes before he got the silly idea of immolating himself in a sexism firestorm. Was his comment to the BBC’s Vicky Sparks at the end of his interview with the BBC “unforgivable,” as some influential voices are claiming?
Ronald Koeman was another one struggling with interviews as Sky encouraged him to take on the many enemies and losers who have criticised him.
Only Jose Mourinho seemed to feel at home in the interview environment this week, and that after a disappointing draw with West Brom that meant United currently have their worst home win ratio of the Premier League era. Perhaps the fact that he PWNED the BBC’s Conor McNamara will be of some consolation to the United faithful.
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We are joined by Tony Barrett to talk Merseyside Derby, and David Preece gives his view on whether Moyes can carry on at Sunderland.
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