Episode 1915: Millwall Tilt At Windmills
With Jose Mourinho’s Spurs riding high at the top of the league you might think there should be only one question for Ken this Monday: would he like his humble pie plain, or with salt?
“I admire Mikel a lot, he’s a great coach. It is no surprise he learned from Pep. Unfortunately they both have lost 2-0 to my Spurs.” – Jose Mourinho ?
— Gianni (@futboI18) December 6, 2020
But there was much more going on in the world of football over the weekend, not least at The Den, where Millwall fans rejected the kneeling protests. We try to figure out why they reacted this way.
thank you millwall https://t.co/NyeA7AaG4I
— Ken Early (@kenearlys) December 7, 2020
Richie Sadlier was at the FAI Cup final in the freezing fog, we talk about the prospects ahead for Jack Byrne, how Irish football is going to respond to the news that it can no longer export teenagers to Britain, and what he made of the events at his old club Millwall on Saturday.
And Jack Pitt-Brooke joins us to discuss the North London Derby. What are the secrets of Mourinho’s mysterious chemistry at Tottenham? And how fast is faith in Mikel Arteta fading?
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) December 7, 2020
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‘Gripping’ – The Observer
'Riveting' – The Irish Times
‘Exceptional’ – The Star
'Brilliantly told' – The Guardian
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