Episode 2064: Concern For Christian Eriksen Dominates The Euros, Three Points For Three Lions
Richard Sadlier and Jonathan Wilson join us to talk about the Euro 2020 opening weekend, which was overshadowed by the collapse of Christian Eriksen at the Denmark-Finland game.
Christian Eriksen has sent his first public message since his cardiac arrest on Saturday.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) June 14, 2021
We also discuss England’s opening win against Croatia, the reasons why broadcasters seem to have become less critical, and the Mbappé-Giroud war of words…
England win fits early pattern of success for Western European pressing style. https://t.co/KIyZSpTW6x
— Jonathan Wilson (@jonawils) June 14, 2021
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Ken stabbing his brother over a morsel of cheese and Italian pageantry
WORLD SERVICE TASTER AHOY!https://t.co/6e0OFZdjF6 pic.twitter.com/DfoSXNkYMe
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Players are no longer taking the knee in a fan-less vacuum, surely booing like Ireland faced last night will only strengthen players' resolve to continue the protest? https://t.co/IcBGPJjq3c pic.twitter.com/A1D1N8PTAD
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