Tuesday, September 22, 2015

League Cup, Scribes, Midweek Euro Action

We say! A very fine day to you. It's Tuesday and that means it's time to go IN DEPTH and get to the heart of the matter. It's...Scribes!

Where? France. Who? Julien Laurens. What? Ibrahimovic is not in decline; he's evolving

Where? South America. Who? Tim Vickery. What? Positive World Cup legacy, but not everyone is happy

Where? Italy. Who? Paolo Bandini. What? Napoli blow away Lazio but Serie A title talk is premature

Where? Spain. Who? Graham Hunter. What? Griezmann could grow even stronger

Speaking of Europe, there are mid-week matches in Spain and Italy to enjoy. Here's your Serie A Preview and here's your La Liga Preview. Things are not going well for Moe over in San Sebastian.

What the bloody hell is going wrong at Liverpool? Let's ask a Liverpool expert. Andy Hunter has Five Key Questions about the crisis at Anfield.

Podcast! Today's Football Weekly features James Richardson officiating between Michael Cox and Owen Gibson with Barry Glendenning acting as peacekeeper. Or something like that. We begin the brouhaha at the Bridge, where Chelsea beat and riled Arsenal for the umpteenth time, and the record books will show that Diego Costa didn't commit a single foul. Arsenal head to Tottenham in the League Cup next - how long until it turns ugly for Arsène Wenger again? Next, we discuss West Ham's victory against Manchester City and Liverpool's insipid display at home to Norwich, before moving onto the plights of Newcastle and Sunderland, who look set to be fighting over the wooden spoon for the rest of the season. Finally, we hear from Ewan Murray about the team that's made the best start to a season anywhere in Europe - yes, it's everything you ever wanted to know about Aberdeen!

Major League Soccer. We need some Thoughts, Top XI, and Power Rankings. Please. Thank you.

What's in Your Wallet? League Cup matches, that's what. It's the Third Round, so the Bog Boys are getting involved. Here's a wee preview.

That's all, folks!



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