Who knew they actually played 90 minutes of football at Old Trafford on Saturday? Personally, I tuned in for the ‘Suarez snub’ on Patrice Evra, and then checked back at halftime & at full-time to catch the tunnel bust-ups and ‘in-yer-face’ celebrations (only kidding). The match ended in a deserved 2-1 victory for Man. United, but with a subplot that big, it’s easy to understand why the majority of the chatter focused on the events surrounding the game.
We also get to hear Bobby & Eoin’s take on Mick McCarthy’s sacking at Wolves, Chelsea’s impromptu crisis talks with ‘Mr. Big’, Spurs’ man-handling of Newcastle, and ‘Arry Redknapp’s impending appointment to the England post.
There’s a quick look back at another weather-affected weekend of Serie A action. AC Milan climbed back to the summit (albeit on account of Juve’s match with Bologna being post-poned) thanks to a comeback win over Udinese, and Inter lose yet again, this time at home to lowly Novara.
We end the podcast with the extraordinary story of former Canadian international and former Canadian U20 coach, Paul James, and his decade long battle with crack cocaine addiction. The details of James’ dual-life were made public on Monday, and if you want to read more, HERE’S A LINK to Neil Davidson’s article for The Canadian Press.
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