Episode 1333: Lucky Liverpool, Klopp Charge, Arsenal Rising, Pogba Virus, Fergie’s Boneyard, Euro 2020 Fun
City’s imperious form puts all the challengers under unbearable pressure. Do Liverpool have the nerves of steel to respond? If they don’t have nerves of steel, will luck do? And does there come a point at which repeated doses of luck crystallises into something more durable?
— Irish Times Sport (@IrishTimesSport) December 3, 2018
Origi 90+6 but with the American Beauty monologue. pic.twitter.com/MUkklyTeSW
— Kristian (@vonstrenginho) December 3, 2018
Christian Eriksen didn’t have his best ever game in the North London derby. Another Dublin date with destiny weighing on his mind or is he simply a little bit scared of mad dogs?
Meanwhile as often happens after a disappointing result, the Manchester United bus has hit a few player-shaped speed bumps.
— Irish Examiner Sport (@ExaminerSport) December 3, 2018
Jacob Steinberg was at Southampton to see Mark Hughes’ last match in charge of the Saints, as Michael Obafemi contributed with an assist to their 2-2 draw against United.
— Jacob Steinberg (@JacobSteinberg) December 2, 2018
Plus there’s Fergie’s boneyard, Southgate on Brexit, Victor Hugo, irrelevant Dier, Mick McCarthy filling the space and the “era of the gamesman”.
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Sultry, sexy Parisian celeb-a-thon bamboozles honest yeomen of England
Thursday football show aches for your downloads
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Where does resurgent English nationalism go from here, and given what we now know about the characters involved, what is the most likely outcome of Brexit?
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) November 28, 2018