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Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 50 – Crouchy On Wire

Written by on December 13, 2011 | 5 Comments »
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Hey, it’s our 50th podcast!  And to mark the occasion, a cool new soundtrack, courtesy of our friends at 2 Cent Bridge Music Production ( – check ’em out!)

This week Bobby & Eoin completely dissect ‘el Clasico’, and surmise that Real Madrid’s high pressure tactics versus Barcelona worked for a while, but simply ran out of steam. That’s also the theme underlying Stokes’ clash with Tottenham at the Britannia, only this time the Potters held on for the victory (thanks, in no small part, to some favourable decisions form the officiating crew).  Eoin also wants to know just what the heck Crouchy is doing with his arms half the time!?!

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5 responses to “Soccer Report Extra Podcast: Episode 50 – Crouchy On Wire”

  1. Soccerlogical says:

    50 and going strong…. congrats!

    PS Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher has been forced to take an “extended break from football” due to a chronic inflammatory bowel condition.

    – I for one always admired Fletch and didn’t think he was playing like shite.

  2. J Rob says:

    Congrats on the 50th!

    Think Eoin might be getting some extra mail from Spurs fans after his rating of Chris Foy suggesting he update his eyewear 🙂

    SL – agreed on Darren Fletcher. Having one of my best friends with the same medical problem my educated guess is that this could be a career-threatening condition (ulcerative colitis) certainly for playing at the highest level.

    Very sad. I hope he is able to control it better and come back at some point.

  3. brklynstrr says:

    congrats on the 50th never miss them

  4. Steve says:

    Hey guys, I wanted to weigh in on the question Bobby asked about who would Pep take off of the Real Madrid squad to play for Barcelona. I think it would definitely be Mesut Ozil. He seems to be the best fit to play for them. The way you described Mesut Ozil as always thinking about what he’s doing and anticipating what’s about to happen next seemed very similar to how you described Andres Iniesta later in the podcast. I think Ozil, like Iniesta and other Barca players, are always thinking a couple steps ahead of their opponents. Which helps make them such creative players. I seem to remember that he almost signed for Barcelona when he left Werder Bremen, but ended up at Madrid instead. I think Ozil would play well in the position that Pedro usually plays when he’s in the starting XI.

  5. jimsakeeper says:

    I think Pep would pop for Benzema; he looked dangerous almost every time he got on the ball and played intelligent passes. He would also give a little different look up top, as Ibra and Ronaldinho did. Of course it’s a fine line between “different look” and “doesn’t fit with the decor.”

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