Episode 867: Joy For Eternal Wenger, Totti Tears In The Eternal City
Arsenal lit up Wembley with their best performance of the season, so naturally Eoin takes the opportunity to engage in some cheap shots about David Luiz.
The final was a minor classic, the best of the seven Wenger has won. Should the board succumb to the golden glow of victory and award Arsene Wenger a new contract, or has this success made a necessary decision much harder?
Alexis Sanchez looks like he's just won a competition to meet his favourite Arsenal player. pic.twitter.com/adeXSwMZ1T
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Eoin imagines himself into the role of Jose Mourinho and lays out the tactics that will beat Pep Guardiola next season. In the middle of midfield, controlling proceedings, is summer signing Graeme Souness.
Joshua Robinson of the Wall Street Journal joins us to analyse what sticking points could still be getting in the way of agreement between Wenger and Arsenal’s board at this stage
And Terry Daley joins us from Rome, where he witnessed Totti’s emotional farewell.
.@T_Daley witnessed the Totti tears in Rome & you’ll weep as @kenearlys respectfully recites the farewell speech???https://t.co/CK46sTA9Gg pic.twitter.com/2q0DqC4qLu
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Ken talks handshake wars, Trump’s viral trip & and the likelihood of him seeing out his term with @AuerbachKeller???https://t.co/oSVTftE5A2 pic.twitter.com/6peOt75PuE
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