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Premier League Podcast – ‘Bad News! It’s January and they’re sh*tting themselves’

The World’s greatest ever Podcast (in our very biased opinion) is back for another entertaining hour of chat, with Sam, Peter, Karl, Anthony and Colm discussing all of this week’s Premier League action.

With the FA Cup pushing the Premier League action out to Tuesday and Wednesday, our podcast is a little later than usual this week, but nevertheless, the boys managed to peel themselves away from the ‘excitement’ of transfer deadline day to dissect the action.

With City losing at Newcastle on Tuesday, Colm discusses Man City‘s desire and offers a reason for their drop-off in results over the last month.

Anthony admits he is worried by Liverpool‘s recent form and questions their ‘mentality’ following the 1-1 draw with Leicester, and responded to the criticism of the Anfield crowd.

Peter discusses Manchester United‘s last-gasp comeback against Burnley, while Colm likens Alexis Sanchez to Fernando Torres.

Spurs fan Karl was delighted with Tottenham’s comeback against Watford, but is worried about the clubs lack of investment. Can they finish in the top four?

Colm says Chelsea are a ‘bit of a mess’ and is surprised that Maurizio Sarri is still the boss following his public outbursts and the 4-0 defeat to Bournemouth in midweek, while Ant doesn’t think that Gonzalo Higuain is the answer for the Blues.

The lads also look at all of the rest of the Premier League action, including Arsenal‘s 2-1 win over Cardiff.

And of course, as usual, the lads pick their moment of the week, there’s the ‘Sam names a bunch of teams and the lads work out the player from the team he’s played for Quiz’, as well as picking our candidates for the Prick of the Week award.

So sit back, get yourself a brew, and enjoy the latest episode of the best Podcast in town, and remember to subscribe…

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