Episode 2856: Conor Bradley vs The Irish Boundary Commission, Sandwich Eating Refs, Lee Carsley Back In The Mix
The fallout of the non application of the Boundary Commission 1925 recommendations continue to echo through time. Last night the ripple of the Anfield net from the boot of Conor Bradley the most recent implication of the Butterfly Effect.
Rory Smith joins us to talk about what was overall a rather exciting week at Liverpool. Is this team showing the potential to be even better than the first Klopp side? Why is he walking away then? And who should they choose to replace the irreplaceable?
On the Irish managerial front Lee Carsely is out of the hunt…oh, wait no he’s very much back in. If he does take the job he won’t have the aforementioned young Liverpool starlet to choose from. But hey.
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