Episode 1949: Farewell Frank, Liverpool’s Weak Link, Munster’s Many Regrets
Chelsea have sacked Frank Lampard, with Tuchel set to take over. What did Frank do wrong, besides the losses, the waste of talent and putting the blame on his players?
Chelsea Football Club has today parted company with Head Coach Frank Lampard.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 25, 2021
Liverpool scored two goals against Man United and played better than they have done recently but big games come down to the weakest link, or maybe what you thought was your strongest link turning out to have a few cracks?
Jürgen Klopp admitted signing a centre-back would give Liverpool greater “stability in specific moments.” The FA Cup defeat to Man Utd provided plenty of examples. https://t.co/3zGdcEcI7z
— Melissa Reddy (@MelissaReddy_) January 24, 2021
A number of Ireland players have timed their return to fitness nicely ahead of the 2021 Six Nations, including Tadhg Furlong, Dave Kilcoyne, Iain Henderson and James Lowe but the Munster players will have a ton of regrets after taking a 10-0 lead inside 12 mins, dominating possession, and still losing 13-10 to Leinster.
Shane Horgan and Andrew Trimble tell us why Munster should still be optimistic and why Leinster should start to heed the warning signs of a slip in form.
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