Episode 2482: Premier League Goes Goal Crazy, Liverpool For Sale, Howe High, Marsch Madness
This was the goaling-est weekend of the Premier League season thus far, even notwithstanding the tactical chess match that was Chelsea/Arsenal. Gavin Cooney of the42 and Jonathan Wilson join us to discuss Liverpool’s win over Spurs, Eddie Howe’s rise, trouble at the bridge and Marsch madness.
There are also reports from David Ornstein of the Athletic that Liverpool are up for sale – another chance for some nation-state to get involved maybe?
Plus there’s the return of Permutations Man, 10 red cards from Argentina, and the argument for the FAI to dabble in our native tongue.
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Ireland survived an almighty onslaught in the first half against SA before playing some brilliant attacking rugby of their own.
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