Episode 2776: Bazunu’s Back, Celts for Palestine
Eoin and Ciaran hail Gavin Bazunu for humiliating Ken (?, ?) with a frequently heroic display against Preston last night.
We talk about the midweek Champions League action, including Sandro Tonali, Jude Bellingham, and the most profuse sweaters in football, and also look at Laurie Whitwell’s account of Jadon Sancho’s exile.
Kieran Canning joins us to talk about last night’s Celtic match and the home fans’ massive display of Palestine solidarity, defying the club’s pre-match request not to display political symbols at the game. We also talk about how Brendan Rodgers 2.0 is settling back into the big shoes left behind by Ange Postecoglou.
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Ciara spoke brilliantly about her experiences as a whistleblower on abuse in Canadian football, and trying to channel the bad times into something positive in her new role https://t.co/Cs1kTfaarq
— Eoin McDevitt (@EoinMcDevitt) October 25, 2023