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Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 65 – Same old (free kick) routine…

Written by on March 20, 2012 | 1 Comment »
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A well-worked free kick goal by Sunderland (versus Everton in the FA Cup 6th Round on Saturday) gets Bobby & Eoin reminiscing about the days when free kick routines were exciting & inventive… and included exotic techniques such as ‘the donkey kick’.

Chelsea & Liverpool advanced to the semifinals with wins over Leicester & Stoke, respectively. The big story from the FA Cup, though, grabbing headlines around the world, is the frightening collapse and resuscitation of Bolton midfielder, Fabrice Muamba.

Bobby & Eoin also discuss another big weekend of results from the continent, and react to results from Week 2 in MLS.

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One response to “Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 65 – Same old (free kick) routine…”

  1. Ed Gomes says:

    The Muamba incident brought back some horrible memories. Miklos Feher, Benfica striker, collapsed on the field and died. It happened at Guimaraes and I can’t help but to think that if it had occurred in Lisbon he would have survived. Remembering the anguish his teammates were going through was horrifying.
    To this day his number 29 has been retired and there’s a memorial at Benficas stadium. Every year a vigil is observed in his memory.

    The medical staff that handled Muamba on the field deserve huge praise.

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