Posted on November 16, 2017
With Paul still being buried underneath the rubble back in the EPLpod studios, Sir Ben Teague joins Mike at the Swift Peacock to talk about the North London derby. The chaps also discuss Eriksen’s worth as compared to that of Neymar.
Posted on November 12, 2017
Moyes assures Hernández of a bright future at West Ham, but is David just paying lip service? Why do footballers use social media? Will Paul ever manage to climb his way out of the rubble?
Is David Moyes the right man for West Ham United? Mike and Paul speak to super agent, Jon Smith. City’s profits are down: is that a good thing for the rest of the league? Lastly, something terrible happens inside of the EPLpod studios… very terrible, indeed…
Arsenal are unable to do everyone else a favour as they lose to City; Chelsea manage to beat United yet again; Everton provide thrills, spills, and even some chills against Watford.
With Real Madrid experiencing their biggest loss against Spurs in the Champions League since 2008 coupled with their troubles in La Liga, is it time for Zidane to get the axe? Aside from Chelsea, all other English teams run riot this week in Europe.
United squeak out a victory against Spurs at home; Arsenal pick up a slick win over Swansea; Troy Deeney gouges the cheek of poor little Joe Allen.
Will the big away win at Wembley provide some respite for Slaven Bilic? at West Ham? United, Arsenal, Chelsea, and City all move to the next found in the Carabao Cup. Also chappies, sign up for Patreon as you won’t want to miss our big interview on Friday!
Is it time for Ronald Koeman to pack his bags? United have gone from potential league winners to a team that will be lucky to be in the top four at the end of the season. Spurs finally look half-decent at “home.”
Posted on October 19, 2017
All of the English teams in the UEFA Champions League sit at the top of their respective tables. Also, why is Newcastle being sold on the cheap?
In a weekend where Arsenal and Chelsea lose, a single point in the Anfield fixture seems pretty good for United. But oh boy, City seem like a runaway train; which team will derail them?