Episode 1679: Man Utd Have Further To Fall, Jose Says No Strikers, Pickford Loses Bearings
Darkness and desolation at Old Trafford but it’s another sunny funny day in the heart of Eoin McDevitt: no laugh too cheep, as far as he is concerned.
No said lightly: but last night was the most depressing performance I have ever seen United give… https://t.co/LZXEpP7zhR
— Jim White (@jimw1) January 23, 2020
During last night’s 2-0 defeat the Manchester United fans sang about wanting to chop up the executive vice-chairman. Does this represent some kind of rock bottom moment or is there further to fall?
I said Manchester United needed a thrashing. I was wrong. This’ll do. https://t.co/NOL9lmCtM2
— Mark Critchley (@mjcritchley) January 22, 2020
Jack Pitt-Brooke joins us to talk about Troy Parrott’s situation at Spurs. Is Jose Mourinho right when he says it’s too much to expect a player like Parrott to be ready for this level of football?
Spurs are just six points behind Chelsea now. Stranger things have happened!
— Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) January 22, 2020
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