Episode 825: Pep’s Lesson, Alli’s World, Liverpool’s Rules, Delaney’s Other Business
Liverpool have been ripping up the rulebook – heedlessly trampling over the regulations surrounding the transfer of young players with the same reckless abandon they bring to the question of how to defend set pieces. They have been punished with an Academy transfer ban, and a late Bournemouth equaliser, for which Jurgen Klopp is accepting all the blame.
Jurgen Klopp is taking full responsibility for Liverpool’s late lapse against Bournemouth.
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— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) April 6, 2017
The transfer regulations are worth talking about, though, because in tandem with Brexit, they might be about to change forever some of the time-honoured customs of Irish football.
It’s been another outstanding week of success for John Delaney, who has nailed down a lucrative new position with UEFA and seen the FAI resolve its issues with the Ireland WNT.
Turns out one way to get Ireland to rally around gender equality is to have John Delaney involved as a figure to actively rail against.
— ? amy o’connor ? (@amyohconnor) April 4, 2017
We’re joined by Daniel Harris and Miguel Delaney to talk over the midweek football. What can Pep learn from Antonio Conte? How good can Dele Alli be? And is Confrontational Leadership all it’s cracked up to be?
Mourinho on Luke Shaw: ‘I was making every decision for him.’ #mufc pic.twitter.com/lrP8eUWflp
— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) April 5, 2017
Plus there’s the eyes of Ozil, Wenger versus the super managers, English football men of the past and Ian Wright’s alright.
“You’re forgotten as far as Palace fans are concerned…”
It’s too easy, @IanWright0 ?#MOTD pic.twitter.com/1H6atBeWSM
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) April 5, 2017
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We discuss Jose ‘Krang’ Mourinho, his Luke Shaw outburst & consider who should play @ManUtd‘s Bebop & Rocksteady ???https://t.co/sqaKTT4qc8 pic.twitter.com/7Xc8Kf5vdd
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) April 5, 2017