Episode 1303: Another Loss For Real Madrid And A Near-Certain End For Julen Lopetegui, A Decline In Sergio Ramos And The Leicester City Helicopter Disaster
It’s almost certainly Julen Lopetegui’s last day as coach of Real Madrid, after his side were hammered 5-1 at Camp Nou.
We talk through the aftermath of the match and conclude that the European champions have problems that a change of coach is not going to solve.
Jacob Steinberg was at Leicester this weekend to cover their match against West Ham. He joins us to talk about the helicopter disaster that claimed the lives of five people including the Leicester chairman, Vichai Srivadhannaprabha.
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How mentally strong is Mo Salah?
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Paul Rouse’s brilliant new book “The Hurlers” tells the tale of the 1st ever All-Ireland hurling c’ship -he’s in studio talking to us about GAA’s birth, why it succeeded, and that cranky old bastard Michael Cusack (that’s Cusack in the picture, not Paul) https://t.co/AyKNeFyaKs pic.twitter.com/RBgVhl8Qrr
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