Episode 1677: We Have Our Super Bowl Teams And US Murph Couldn’t Be Happier, Ole’s War Cry, Derby’s Legal Wrangle, McGregor Endorses Trump, “I’ll Tell You Who Wrote It” Book News
The San Francisco 49ers are back in the Super Bowl, and have a chance to retake their place at joint-top of the NFL roll of honour. The good times are back, baby, and US Murph couldn’t be happier.
— Brian Murphy (@knbrmurph) January 19, 2020
We talk to him about the surfer who had possibly the best playoff game of any player in history on Sunday night, and the 49ers’ opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs led by their extraordinary quarter-back Patrick Mahomes.
Elsewhere on Planet Sport – Conor McGregor endorses the Presidential GOAT, Richard Keogh’s court case against Derby County, Ole’s war cry… and we announce the fifth episode of the “I’ll Tell You Who Wrote It” Second Captains book club, as Uncle Jim reviews our first work of fiction – “This Sporting Life” by David Storey.
— Steve Nicholson (@SNicholsonDT) January 21, 2020
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Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher duked it out last night after Man United’s loss at Anfield over whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserves more time at the helm… Does he? And is he really the selfless custodian of the club he claims to be?https://t.co/oWoG1rbqFG pic.twitter.com/YoY8Jt4vgq
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) January 20, 2020
We’re also talking to @RorySmith and @MiguelDelaney about Barcelona’s appointment of Quique Setien, and why the Catalan superclub is not in the habit of appointing superstar coaches https://t.co/alMFyaK563 pic.twitter.com/ElpjlFy71b
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) January 16, 2020
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