Episode 1637: The Rodgers Hypothesis, Being: Barcelona
Freddie Arsenal DNA Ljungberg’s Arsenal were recognisably Arsenal, and that is not necessarily a good sign. Is there a chance that Brendan Rodgers’ links with the job could become more than “hypothetical”?
Jack Grealish’s sensational performance at Old Trafford was a big part of the reason why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team still has only four wins from 14 matches. How long can this form go on before the patience runs out?
We also discuss Barcelona’s new season documentary, just released on Rakuten TV.
Andy Hunter joins us to talk Everton. How can a team that on the face of it has a core of good players be… so bad? And with a list of upcoming fixtures that reads something like Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid 1956-60, Arsenal, Holland 1974, Leicester, Barcelona 2009-11 – what chance is there for Marco Silva to turn this around?
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