Episode 1605: Lampard’s Lambs Show Their Teeth, Liverpool Turn On The Style
Liverpool and Spurs both go into their match at Anfield this weekend in good form after easy yet still impressive wins in the Champions League.
After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted he admires the Spurs centre-forward, we talk about what Harry Kane and other top central strikers have that Raheem Sterling might be missing.
Meanwhile Unai Emery seems to have noticed that Arsenal fans are getting impatient and launched a defence of his record…
Arsène Wenger’s final 47 Premier League games:
90 goals scored
59 goals conceded
17 clean sheets
Unai Emery’s first 47 Premier League games:
86 goals scored
63 goals conceded
10 clean sheets
To put it mildly: worrying.
— Patrick Timmons (@PatrickTimmons1) October 22, 2019
Terry Daley joins us to talk about Chelsea’s win in Amsterdam – a landmark moment for Frank Lampard’s team?
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We talk to @hbryant42 about the ongoing crisis in the NBA, triggered by a tweet from Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey which voiced support for protesters in Hong Kong. With Lebron James choosing to publicly criticise Morey, is he guilty of hypocrisy?https://t.co/Pn5L6sShEV pic.twitter.com/JKfExnpyQL
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You try and try not to talk too much about VAR, but the Premier League really doesn't make it easy. With video referees seemingly reluctant to intervene, is it now time to force referees to take the opportunity to overrule themselves?
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We chat to Oisin McConville & Sligo footballer Neil Ewing about the introduction of a tiered All-Ireland football championship, and why the idea might be positive but the method for implementing it highlights huge structural problems within the GAA (23.20)https://t.co/9x1zoW1xj0 pic.twitter.com/KSr6dzngt8
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