Episode 1967: The Ongoing Abuse Of James McClean, Being Irish In England, Tuchel’s Tutelage
We talk about the continuing abuse directed at James McClean, discuss the reaction of authorities and former teammates, and consider the different answers people have come up with to the question of how to be Irish in England.
Watching him deal with this his entire career, so just having my say after 9 years of constant abuse. pic.twitter.com/5nEyujhpZw
— Erin McClean (@Erineyy) February 15, 2021
We look at the ways in which Thomas Tuchel has already improved Chelsea, who may now be European contenders.
As the Champions League returns, we talk to Miguel Delaney about why debt, rather than greed, is the real threat to European football’s status quo.
A big read on the most amazing game I've ever been – Barça 6-1 PSG
– dressing room stories on how Luis Enrique made the idea of a comeback seem logical rather than crazy
– the extent of PSG's psychological collapse (incl players hastily retiring!)https://t.co/vyskYlCNsv
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) February 16, 2021
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