Episode 1715: Penalty For Parrott, Idah Wins Irish-Off, Dier’s Methodical Rage, Steve G’s Funk, Klopp Goes Virus
Eric Dier has grabbed the headlines this morning but extra time in Spurs v Norwich was one of the most interesting Ireland games for years, as Troy Parrott and Adam Idah faced each other for the first time in senior competition. Unfortunately not everybody’s dream can come true.
We also talk about the mystifying collapse of confidence at Rangers FC and how Jurgen Klopp can’t help going viral even when he refuses to talk about a virus.
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Kylian Mbappe produced another reminder of why he is the best young player in the world last night, but as PSG try to intensify contract negotiations there are some concerning reports in the French press about one potential superclub destination.
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Then we’re joined by Jack Pitt-Brooke who was at the Tottenham stadium to see all of last night’s drama.
The players’ view, the fans’ view and what it all means for #THFC.
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