Episode 1661: The Arsenal Decade, United’s Midfield Dilemma, Irish Teen Dreams, Inside David Moyes
Is it too early to call the 2020s The Arsenal Decade? One thing is for sure, if David Luiz and Mesut Özil can sustain the form they showed last night then Arsenal will be climbing the table: that much is non-negotiable.
Or maybe it will be the decade of teenage Irish strikers, with Aaron Connolly, Adam Idah and Michael Obafemi all featuring yesterday.
We’re joined by John Brewin to discuss the problems at Manchester United and the possible solutions available in the January market.
Not sure who has come off worse from this game, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or Unai Emery
— Michael Cox (@Zonal_Marking) January 1, 2020
And Jacob Steinberg tells us why he thinks David Moyes could be the man West Ham need, even if it’s not yet clear that he’s the man West Ham fans really want.
Moyes also said he lined up the deal to sign Lukasz Fabianski from Swansea – by far West Ham’s best signing after Pellegrini’s appointment. He had transfer plans for the summer of 2018… https://t.co/weR4stTxrh #whufc
— Jacob Steinberg (@JacobSteinberg) December 31, 2019
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Liverpool’s 19-game victory lap, the emergence of the shoulder as the key part of the footballing anatomy, and the rest of the holiday football, including that Christmas classic between Wolves and Man City.https://t.co/STRiQdxOpQ pic.twitter.com/y9i8tZ7Dp1
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