Episode 2859: Dining With Dyche, Wilson At The AFCON, Van Dijk’s Disasterclass, Carragher Triggered
Welcome to the place where the football weekend isn’t quite over yet. Branno brings Premier League insight direct from the Archibald Leitch-designed Goodison players’ lounge. Upstaged – and maybe rattled – Ken argues that Virgil van Dijk’s disasterclass against Arsenal was actually normal Virgil defending.
Jonathan Wilson joins us from Côte d’Ivoire to discuss standards of comportment in the press box, why he still believes that so-called objectivity is a relevant value in the media space, and to offer some theories on how Chelsea are still doing this.
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Fresh from his Belfast retreat Marcus Rashford was back scoring for Manchester United, though sadly refusing to do a Gazza’s Dentist’s Chair celebrationhttps://t.co/dTTgYeVIwD pic.twitter.com/Vi7qqm6vvF
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