Episode 1078: Step Off Salah and Wanyama, Step Up Moss and Smart
Yesterday, after Crystal Palace drew 1-1 with Newcastle, Roy Hodgson laid down some truth…
— James Yorke (@jair1970) February 4, 2018
With Roy’s words in mind, we try to spend as little of today’s show as possible discussing the penalty decisions at Anfield, as some other things happened besides. (‘As little of today’s show as possible’ still equals a lot of time discussing those decisions).
Terrible this. And before the ‘salty’ gifs appear. This is terrible for football. Any game. Not just Liverpool. pic.twitter.com/N5JMCqEBVH
— The Redmen TV (@TheRedmenTV) February 5, 2018
Rory Smith of the New York Times joins us to talk about touchline misconduct, and whether Liverpool currently have much to offer beyond the sensational goalscoring form of their top man Mohamed Salah.
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Larry Nassar's US Gymnastics victims have spoken eloquently and bravely in court in Michigan over the last 2 weeks – the sort of justice long denied the alleged victims of Irish swim coach George Gibney. Today's show with @MOSullivanTD and Justine McCarthy https://t.co/QyVrJQ4jzS pic.twitter.com/UQE41LxA5D
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) February 2, 2018