Posted on December 7, 2015
Chelsea hit a new low by losing to newly-promoted side Bournemouth, Manchester United produce yet another superbly dull scoreless draw, and Liverpool get played off the pitch by Newcastle. Mike & Paul arrive back from Nimbin, Australia, absolutely exhausted and without their luggage.
Posted on December 2, 2015
Mike & Paul travel to the Nimbin Community Centre in Australia to give their first ever live show. They talk about the Ballon d’Or, Gary Neville, and look ahead to all the fixtures in the English Premier League.
Posted on November 30, 2015
Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy continued his goal-scoring ways against a dull and uninspired Manchester United squad, Diego Costa petulantly tossed his training bib in frustration at Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, and Mike & Paul get packed for their long-haul trip to Nimbin, Australia.
Mike and Paul spend Thanksgiving together by looking ahead to the weekend in the English Premier League. Which match most resembles a juicy slice of white meat? Manchester United continue to play listless, negative football, Chelsea press on with another win, and Manchester City falter in Italy.
Posted on November 22, 2015
Barcelona absolutely dismantles Real Madrid away from home, Vardy scores yet again for Leicester City, and Arsenal slip on the banana peel that was West Bromwich Albion. Paul also stumbles across the love of his life, who conveniently lives directly underneath EPLpod studios.
Posted on November 19, 2015
What exactly is El Clásico? Mike & Paul give a rundown on one of the biggest sporting matches on earth. We also discuss David Beckham’s hotness, doping in the English Premier League, and Chelsea vs Norwich, otherwise known as El Relegeto.
Just a reminder that because there aren’t any games in the English Premier League this week, EPLpod will not be doing an episode. We’ll be back on Sunday. Enjoy the break!
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?