Episode 1744: Barca’s Lockdown Meltdown, Brews At WC 2002, Eoin-A-Likes
It’s a very very special day for Eoin McDevitt, not that anybody notices until he reminds them of it, but several of you have noticed young Eoin’s voice-a-likes.
Today we’re joined by Sid Lowe, to talk about how FC Barcelona have managed to career off the rails even though Spain has been in lockdown for weeks. Why have six directors resigned, and what is the nature of the scandalous allegations pursuing the reviled President Josep Bartomeu?
Carry on Barcelona: the comic tale of tragedy and drama that keeps on giving https://t.co/8vOSVd0glA By @sidlowe
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Plus there’s Roy Hodgson’s documentary feast, Jose’s jog, Ken’s potholes and we give details on our next Second Captains watch-a-long, Ireland v Spain in the 2002 World Cup.
A huge thanks to our members for allowing us to put together one of our favourite ever week of shows w/ @AndyLeeBoxing, @caitlin_thomps, @Paul_OConnell, voice of Shankly, solidarity donks & @phlaimeaux performing w/ his Dad. It’s not possible without you ??https://t.co/uxcODKouWE pic.twitter.com/5WmkhRM5iU
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Stephen Kenny's press conference yesterday brought with it the first challenge of the Kenny era for our resident football correspondent… one which he failed.
Friday's show is waiting in a feed near you now ?????????https://t.co/pd9MqLA7yd pic.twitter.com/tNq1ZXAkTb
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