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Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 14 – We’ve Moved To Mondays

Written by on May 9, 2011 | 3 Comments »
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Eoin and Bobby look back at a weekend in which Manchester United as good as won their 19th league title.  But for other teams the battle for Barclays Premier League survival continues.  Wigan, Blackpool, Wolves, Blackburn and West Ham went unbeaten on the weekend but Birmingham did themselves no favours losing to Newcastle, and have been sucked into the fight once again but now with only two games left.  Who looked good, who looked bad and who missed a sitter – clue the initials are R.K.

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3 responses to “Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 14 – We’ve Moved To Mondays”

  1. the producer says:

    Had a bit of a SNAFU putting episode 14 together. It’s all been sorted out (fingers crossed) and ready for your enjoyment. Hope you like the updated artwork. Cheers!

  2. Mark says:

    As a United fan, I am very happy that they are 1 step from being crowned Champions. But I am worried about next season. We got by without having a consistently effective Playmaker (other than Scholes, who can’t play every day) Carrick was inconsistent, and experiments with Anderson and Gibson were not convincing (Cleverley is untested). We got the job done, but I think SAF needs to bring in an established Playmaker. Sahin would’ve fit the bill (as he is good defensively as well – another sore point with United this season in midfield), but he is no longer an option. Wesley Sneijder seems the best choice, if we can pry him away from Milan. What do you guys think?

  3. Sorry for the late response but I don’t believe that United will go after Sneijder. Sahin off to Real Madrid.

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