Episode 918: Guardiola Neville Flame War, Coutinho The Domino, Barkley Out, From Bray Wanderers To Eternity
Eoin and Ken discuss the transfer market domino effect. If Neymar goes to PSG, does that mean Coutinho joins Barcelona and Keita joins Liverpool? Can Liverpool afford to sell their best player even if it enables them to bring in two new players who might strengthen their team overall?
Meanwhile. Pep Guardiola and Gary Neville have not even waited for the season to begin before taking shots at each other.
Still very relevant. Give your young players a chance and stop making excuses they aren’t good enough! https://t.co/I3Q8CW4Ml3
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) July 27, 2017
Jonathan Wilson joins us to talk about the knock-on effects of Neymar, Coutinho’s future, and why Spurs, who got £50 million for Kyle Walker, seem so resistant to getting involved in the general transfer mania.
Piece on the pressure on Liverpool in this summer’s transfer window, and the need to show steel and step up https://t.co/7mo5k0oroE
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) July 26, 2017
Plus there’s Ken’s Narcos Champions League Weekly voice, Roman’s big heart and short arms, why Jose just loves to lose to Barcelona and Bray Wanderers issue the most ambitious press release in the history of Irish football.
Bray Wanderers FC Statement https://t.co/JkGysuGHt8
— Bray Wanderers FC (@BrayWanderers) July 27, 2017
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