Posted on September 20, 2017
Why is Barcelona paying tribute to Ousmane Dembélé’s torn hamstring? Should headers be banned from football given everything that we now know about concussions? Lastly, is singing about Lukaku’s penis racist? The EPLpod boyz dig deep into all of these questions (and more) on this brand new episode.
The two Manchester sides assert their dominance with emphatic wins; Chelsea and Arsenal provide little to no excitement on the pitch; a lot of men shave their bodies, including Marco Asensio, who technically injured himself by doing so and couldn’t play for Madrid.
Posted on September 14, 2017
Mike and Paul are on the set of Frisky Business, discussing Roy Hodgson, the Champions League, and game week five in the Premier League, as they attempt to shoot an adult jazz film.
Posted on September 11, 2017
Chelsea continue rolling with their third consecutive win; United finally drop points against Stoke (ugh); Arsenal actually pick up a win.
Posted on September 7, 2017
The want-aways are back in action this weekend (read: Sanchez, Coutinho, Van Dijk) in game week 4; Dele Alli gives his friend the middle finger and everyone gets angry; West Ham try to insert a “champions league” clause into a potential transfer with Sporting Lisbon (lol).
Posted on September 4, 2017
Sir Ben Teague sleeps under the EPLpod studio desk as Mike and Paul talk about the media coverage surrounding Wayne Rooney and his DUI.
It’s time for a bonus pod! We interview New York Times and BBC World Service freelance writer James Montague about his new book titled The Billionaires Club: The Unstoppable Rise of Football’s Super-rich Owners.
James on Twitter: @JamesPiotr
It’s clear as day: Arsenal have shit the bed in the transfer window. Meanwhile, United have done swimmingly well. And what about Swansea landing Sanches… not too shabby, eh?
Posted on August 24, 2017
Guest host Paul and Sir Ben break down Liverpool’s passage into the coveted Champions League, albeit under a cloud of despair in light of breaking news that prominent string theory physicist Michael “the Legend/Wankstain” MacDonald has been presumed dead from an explosion in his laboratory at the University of Toronto.