Episode 1408: Ken Returns, Eoin McCatalan, Mo’s Right Foot, Klopp’s Patience Not A Virtue, Best Is Yet To Come
Ken is back from Australia and Eoin is back from Premier Sports to talk about the weekend’s football.
Jurgen Klopp’s tetchy responses after Liverpool’s draw at Everton suggest that some of those questions about whether they took enough risk in the game were a bit too close to the bone.
Jurgen Klopp wasn’t happy with a question he was asked after Liverpool’s goalless draw at Everton.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) March 4, 2019
Meanwhile City shrugged off more Football Leaks revelations to cruise past Bournemouth and retake the lead. How does this weekend affect the balance of the title race psychodrama? And why would neutrals rather see Liverpool choke than City?
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X5SADS is in studio to discuss Liverpool’s thumping 5-0 defeat of Watford, Mane the main man, and the importance of easy wins, free flowing wins and big wins at this stage of the season @RichieSadlier
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Are Celtic fans disgusted, or simply resigned, by the mid season departure of Brendan Rodgers?
Do trebles count for nothing anymore?
And is the football world trolling Ken?
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Ex ROI and Palace player Damien Delaney joins us to talk about Sarri’s troubles at Chelsea, what it means when a manager has “lost the dressing-room”, and what prompts a team of pros to down tools
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