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CRT: S02E28 - Sunderland Underestimated the Championship... and are Paying for It

CRT: S02E28 - Sunderland Underestimated the Championship... and are Paying for It

In this episode of the @ChampionshipPod we discuss the latest round of Championship play, pick out the best results, why Sunderland continue to struggle, Barnsley's appointment of Jose Morais, if there should be a concussion protocol in English football, and preview our coming matches.


@_JamesVickers

@_LH9_

@Russ_Goldman


@EPLIndex

EPLRT: S05E26 - Are English Tams Catching Up to the European Giants?

EPLRT: S05E26 - Are English Tams Catching Up to the European Giants?

In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss English sides success in Europe, the continuing issues with VAR, the Pogba and Mourinho situation at Manchester United, and if Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs can be considered a success without titles.


@Kevrov

@Doc_Joshi

@EPLIndex

CRT: S02E27 - Leeds are Not Stable Enough for Heckigbottom to succeed

CRT: S02E27 - Leeds are Not Stable Enough for Heckigbottom to succeed

In this episode of the @ChampionshipPod we discuss the latest round of league play, if Heckingbottom was a good hire by Leeds, if there should be a pricing cap on tickets in the Championship, and preview our coming matches.


@_JamesVickers

@BucksRoyal

@WolvesBlog


@EPLIndex

@EPLRoudTable

EPLRT: S05E25 - Conte's Days at Chelsea are Numbered

EPLRT: S05E25 - Conte's Days at Chelsea are Numbered

In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss Pochettino's comments on success and trophies, how much longer Chelsea can/will stick with Antonio Conte, how Newcastle kept Manchester United in check, if Islam Slimani will be a success at Newcastle, if Swansea are more focused on the Premier League or FA Cup, who will start up front for Swansea the rest of the season, three stars from each of our matches, and preview ur upcoming fixtures.


@Kevrov

@JakeJackmann

@GutoLLewelyn


@EPLIndex

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The Pragmatists vs The Perfectionists: Guardiola vs Mourinho

The Pragmatists vs The Perfectionists: Guardiola vs Mourinho

The Perfectionists: Guardiola, Klopp and Wenger Pep Guardiola has arrived in the Barclays Premier League and constructed a team that plays beautiful free-flowing football which delights football fans from every persuasion. In addition to this they have run away with the League title light years ahead of Jose Mourinho's Manchester United. However, it must not be forgotten that one of the main reasons as to why Pep has been able to have such a great side is because in the …
Georginio Wijnaldum: Liverpool’s “Ghost” Who Has Now Become Visible at Away Games

Georginio Wijnaldum: Liverpool’s “Ghost” Who Has Now Become Visible at Away Games

This weekend the Premier League takes a break and gives way to the FA Cup. But instead of competing for goals at Anfield or one of the dreary cold venues in England, Liverpool are spending these 4 days in bright sunshine in Marbella, Spain. This is because they were knocked out of the FA Cup by West Bromwich Albion in the last round. First knocked out early out of the League Cup and then from the FA Cup as well …
FA Cup 5th Round Preview: Huddersfield Town v Manchester United

FA Cup 5th Round Preview: Huddersfield Town v Manchester United

The FA Cup is back and on Saturday, in the fifth round, twelve-time winners will make a short trip to West Yorkshire and take on fellow Premier League side Huddersfield Town. Premier League survival may understandably be the highest priority for David Wagner but on Saturday, the Terriers can fancy themselves to cause a mighty upset by taking down Manchester United at home - for the second time this season and seal progression to the last 8. Wagner's side recovered …
Chelsea vs Hull City | FA Cup Preview

Chelsea vs Hull City | FA Cup Preview

Chelsea will be looking to make it back-to-back victories as they welcome Hull City to Stamford Bridge on Friday night. Their season has taken a turn for the worse since the turn of the year, but their performance against West Brom was encouraging, and they will be hopeful of building on that in the FA Cup. It would be disastrous for them to lose ahead of the first leg of their Champions League tie against Barcelona. Their opponents are currently …
Serge Aurier - A risk that Tottenham shouldn't have taken

Serge Aurier - A risk that Tottenham shouldn't have taken

Tottenham were excellent in their Champions League first leg draw against Juventus, as they came from 2-0 down in Turin. The majority of the players left Italy with their reputations enhanced, all except Serge Aurier who struggled again. The right-back was selected to start the match ahead of Kieran Trippier and it was a decision that the majority of people agreed with. The Ivory Coast international has all the tools to become one of the best full-backs in the world, …
Lukaku's Lack of Goals at Manchester United - What's the issue?

Lukaku's Lack of Goals at Manchester United - What's the issue?

As Manchester United lost their second game in the last three - at St. James' Park, after a performance that was as non-cohesive as it can be, got them what they deserved, which is to say, nothing. Even looking past Jose Mourinho's strangely dubious record at Newcastle, the visitors' lack of conviction and attacking plan against a side fighting to stay in the league with their previous win coming in October, was quite alarming. It was not the first time …
FC Porto Vs Liverpool Preview | Stats, Key Men & Team News

FC Porto Vs Liverpool Preview | Stats, Key Men & Team News

After a short winter break, the UEFA Champions League returns this week and alongside the marquee fixture of PSG vs Real Madrid, we will see two teams that have relatively outperformed in their groups face each other. In this first leg, FC Porto will host Liverpool at the Estádio do Dragão on Wednesday night. Porto had a very open group in the group stages and they beat quite long odds to reach the knockout stages. Having beaten the likes of …
Who could replace Conte at Chelsea?

Who could replace Conte at Chelsea?

If Chelsea sack Antonio Conte during the season, you would expect Guus Hiddink to take over in his cover supervisor role till a proper manager is brought in, in the Summer. Hiddink has a great record at Chelsea and calling on him mid-season once again would definitely make sense if Conte continues to struggle. His record proves that he'd probably have a better end to the season that Conte as his job would be a simple one: to galvanise a …
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