Episode 1314: City Bring the Hammer Down
Manchester City’s crushing dominance in the Manchester derby means Manchester United are roughly back to where they were before the last international break. It feels now as though their recent string of comeback wins have been papering over cracks that haven’t gone away, and the outlook for the season heading towards Christmas is bleak.
Manchester City avoid making the same mistakes as last year. My piece from the Etihad: https://t.co/zeRlGkake6
— Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) November 11, 2018
Jack Pitt-Brooke joins us to analyse the Manchester derby. Was there anything United could have done to wrest the match away from City? And will fans ever really care about what many of them see as little more than creative accounting?
And Tom Williams talks to us about how France is adjusting to PSG’s unprecedented dominance. Tom also explains the reasons behind Thierry Henry’s miserable winless start as Monaco coach.
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We talk to Shane Horgan and @albanesediego on today’s show
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Comeback United, Sterling trips, City leaks and happy Jose – we talk to @jonawils ahead of an especially tasty Manchester derby
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