Posted on November 11, 2015
Posted on November 8, 2015
A Mourinho-less Chelsea go down in flames to Stoke, Manchester United do the business against West Brom, and Paul talks a lot about fox piss.
Arsenal get both shaken and stirred by the powerhouse that is Bayern Munich. Diego Costa, arguably the most Bond-like-villain character in England, and his group of henchmen, dispose of Dynamo Kyiv, but will Christmas come twice in the form of a win over Stoke?
Posted on November 2, 2015
Jurgen Klopp’s body blow in the form of a Coutinho brace has sent Jose Mourinho onto the ropes, but will the Portuguese manager be KO’d any time soon? Mike & Paul discuss United’s lacklustre performance, Everton’s beat down of Sunderland, and Arsenal’s 2nd half cake-walk over Swansea.
Posted on October 29, 2015
WARNING: This is the scariest, spookiest episode yet. User discretion advised. Mike & Paul discuss the loathsome Capital One Cup results, a macabre Mourinho, and bob for apples (that may be a euphemism for Mike’s gambling addiction).
- Johan Cruyff highlight package 2. Link to EPLpod twitter 3. Link to Mike’s book 4. Link to Mike’s book tour
Posted on October 26, 2015
The much-hyped Manchester derby proves to be the snoozer of the weekend. Arsenal bumble on past Everton, Klopp picks up another point, and Mourinho hides under a pile of coats.
Great Scott, it’s Manchester derby! Mike & Paul weigh in on the big match (by likening it to a restaurant experience), gloss over Uefa Champions League results, and provide some well-founded criticism of the biggest babies in the English Premiership.
Posted on October 18, 2015
Jürgen Klopp got his first taste of Premier League football as he took an injury-depleted Liverpool to White Heart Lane. Arsenal and Manchester United both cruised to victories to keep pace with leaders, Manchester City. Paul gave Mike some notes in order to help Mike up his punditry game.
Purina One Pro Formula presents EPLpod! Due to contractual obligations, Mike and Paul insert 30 cat puns into conversations about Jürgen Klopp, Sam Allardyce, and all of the various injuries that have happened over the international break.