Episode 1618: Liverpool Simply Stronger, City Get Mugged Off, Title Race Realities, Poppy Heat And Uncle Albert
Liverpool have taken control of the title race with a 3-1 win over Manchester City that perhaps wasn’t as controversial as Pep Guardiola believed it to be.
Were City robbed or did they just get mugged off? Does Pep mean it when he says he was proud of the performance? And have we reached the point where Liverpool simply look like the stronger team?
Pep on Michael Oliver (wasit): “Thank you so much, thank you so much.” [cr to uploader]
Sarcasm to the next level. pic.twitter.com/tdUn3xdFwx
— FOURMIDABLES. (@DailyMCFCUpdate) November 10, 2019
Sam Lee and Miguel Delaney join us to analyse the match at Anfield. Is the title race over? How did City end up with a defence of Walker-Stones-Fernandinho-Angeliño? And has Miguel been taking much heat for asking questions about the poppy campaign?
Was this the title won? Hard to say – but easy to say where the game was won: City’s soft backline suddenly facing the full force of Liverpool attacks
It made a fairly even game as much a chasm as the gap at the tophttps://t.co/pA2fe8q3Xy
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) November 10, 2019
Today’s article includes a line on City looking at Oyarzabal in case Sane leaves – and Oyarzabal seems quite optimistic about it happening https://t.co/2F7lhPXMca
— Sam Lee (@SamLee) November 11, 2019
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Report on sport special:
We talk to former Deadspin writer @laurawags about what brought about the successful site’s demise and with SI and ESPN also having major issues, what does the future hold for the media market in America. https://t.co/nKX2FOdHQe pic.twitter.com/aviwzlXFWt
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Bayern are searching for a new coach, and are embracing a new post Uli Hoeness era.
So do they want a firebrand to shake things up, or someone who will stay in their lane?
We chat to @honigstein https://t.co/4Ivz9Wv3tS pic.twitter.com/Y8mcpCnAHJ
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) November 7, 2019
Katie is Ireland’s 3rd multi-weight world champ. @GavanCasey tells us why she’s becoming as loved in the UK as she is here. And she was more forthright than usual when talking about drugs in boxing – Gavan explains why that’s so relevant to her careerhttps://t.co/kpw6R0q1ft pic.twitter.com/3SYBMnaSvr
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) November 6, 2019