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Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 70 – Game On!

Written by on April 24, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Posted in General, Soccer Report Extra Podcast

After an uncharacteristic slip by Manchester United (drawing 4-4 at home to Everton) and the inevitable win by Manchester City at Molineux (a 2-0 result that condemned Wolves to the Championship), the Premier League title race is back on; no matter what Roberto Mancini says.  City are now within 3 points of United and Eoin is predicting a ‘decisive’ Manchester Derby this coming weekend… Bobby (ever the pragmatist) predicts a draw.

Attention then turns to the PFA Awards, and the absurdity of a mid-season vote for an end of season gong.  (Truth be told, they probably did get about half the awards right).

Also, to clear-up one outstanding issue from the podcast: Bobby mistakenly refers to Tony Hibbert as ‘Terry Hibbert’, and then wonders where he’s heard that name before.  A quick check online returns the name of ‘Terry Hibbitt’, a member of Don Revie’s famous 1968 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winning Leeds United side; who sadly passed away in 1994 (age 46).

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5 responses to “Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 70 – Game On!”

  1. CH says:

    Bobby will you be doing a podcast during the Euros?And if so will it be daily or weekly?

  2. CH – really not sure at the moment. Might know some more by next week.

  3. Gary Johnson says:

    I really enjoy your pod casts. They have become more important to me as we have lost Fox Soccer Report here in Winnipeg. I will miss listening to the report each night and especially the Monday and Friday shows when Bobby is on. I am wondering if I could talk you into a Friday Pod Cast as well as I have used it to look at the weekends games and confirm or change my Fantasy league picks.

  4. Grant says:

    Can you remember a more productive January transfer window in the EPL? Everton with Jelavic (and Donovan), Newcastle with Cisse, Swansea with Sigurdsson, Fulham with Progrebnyak. Heck, even Man U with Scholes. Any others?

  5. Gary Johnson says:


    The interesting part of it is that is the less expensive talent (maybe excepting Scholes that made the difference.

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