Episode 1452: Roy Rages, El Mago Rules
The finishing line is in sight, and City have pulled clear. We look at how they won at Old Trafford last night and why they have edged it over the title race so far.
Meanwhile the rebuilding job at Manchester United is complicated by the difficulty of knowing where to start.
Miguel Delaney joins us to analyse what United need to do to be competitive again.
City hold initiative, as United look like a mid-table table against them. The worst that can be said for them is Burnley/Leicester will be greater run-in challenges
The early tension, like United’s defensive resolve, was a miragehttps://t.co/1vTaOATbFY
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) April 24, 2019
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David Sneyd is in studio to talk about the Rovers-Bohs derby, and why something is stirring in the League of Ireland https://t.co/sVeQBZyTrT pic.twitter.com/Nm4bg4NzUv
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After a record-breaking start under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it's now been six defeats in eight for Manchester United. We talk to @alansmith90 about what's gone so horribly wrong since the PSG second leg, and what needs to happen to turn it around: https://t.co/jpzM3Mr2lu pic.twitter.com/tJ18RVWuJH
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