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Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 55 – Don’t Call It A Comeback!

Written by on January 17, 2012 | 3 Comments »
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Sweet! Our first big podcast of 2012!  Bobby joins us from climates fairer, via skype, while Eoin returns to the studio to bring you up to date with what’s gone on in pod-land over the holidays. Talk turns to comebacks – Henry & Scholes in particular, and whether it’s genius or folly to bring back a pair of past-their-prime PL legends.  The duo then delve into the recent, rather drab, displays put forth by Kenny Dalglish’ Liverpool, and then ponder the enigma that is Andy Carroll. Eoin also offers his props for Claudio Ranieri’s finely tuned AC Milan-munching machine, while Bobby wonders which Milan side would benefit most from signing a high-priced want-away Argentinean. Gold, Jerry!

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3 responses to “Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 55 – Don’t Call It A Comeback!”

  1. Soccerlogical says:

    The listeners are anxiously awaiting the pundits’ thoughts on the point of forming a London 2012 Team GB.

    Is it not a vanity team formed to highlight “tired legs” like Giggs and Beckham?

  2. J Rob says:

    Great podcast. Loved your respective stories about being recognised on holiday. Spot on analysis about Liverpool.

  3. J Rob says:

    Re: your comments about Adebayor and Spurs, what chance that Ba might be bound for White Hart Lane now that Newcastle bought Cisse? Have no idea if the buy-out clause in Ba’s contract is fact or fiction.

    Interesting to see Pardew give Newcastle a very Gallic flair. Yes, Cisse is from Senegal but played in France for several years and is probably proficient in the same language that is the first of many of his team-mates.

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