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EPLRT: World Cup 2018 - Messi Can't Win on His Own

EPLRT: World Cup 2018 - Messi Can't Win on His Own

On this episode of the EPL Round Table we discuss some of the surprising results in the group stage, Argentina's reliance on Messi, Russia's big opening win, teams that impressed and disappointed, and preview England and Australia's next matches.


@Kevrov

@_JamesVickers

@StevenClarkeCFC


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EPLRT: World Cup Preview

EPLRT: World Cup Preview

On this World Cup edition of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss the surprise snubs, favorites to win the tournament, our early guesses for the golden boot and golden glove, and our prediction for breakout star.


Dylan @dylanarvela

Jamie @JamieSmithSport

Tomas @TomasNygren

CRT: Offseason - Managerial Merry-Go-Round!

CRT: Offseason - Managerial Merry-Go-Round!

In this @ChampionshipPod special we discuss the ramifications of Aston Villa losing the playoff final, how each of the league's new managers will fare at their new clubs (Lampard, Rowett, Moore, Hirst), and the potential prospects of Potter and Bielsa going to Swansea and Leeds respectively.


@LouisShackshaft

@BuckTaylor64


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EPLRT: Liverpool Update - Champions League Tears and Fabinho Cheers

EPLRT: Liverpool Update - Champions League Tears and Fabinho Cheers

In this @EPLRoundTable update we speak with @ZakForster_ about the experiences of Liverpool fans before the Champions League final, review the match, discuss Ramos and Karius, Liverpool's season on the whole, Fabinho's shock signing, how he will fit in under Klopp, and which positions Liverpool need to fill next.


@Kevrov

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Martial, Mourinho and the Whataboutery at Manchester United

Martial, Mourinho and the Whataboutery at Manchester United

Recently, I wrote about the surprisingly positive start that Manchester United had made in the summer transfer window, particularly in a World Cup year where prices can be as volatile as they come. The Red Devils have made a couple of early signings already, addressing the two weak areas in the squad: midfield and fullback. Jose Mourinho - who seems to be enjoying the role of a pundit when not taking pictures with the Russian President - does look like …
Premier League Football Predictions for 2018

Premier League Football Predictions for 2018

The start of the English Premier League is just around the corner, and football fans are already making their predictions for the season ahead. While the World Cup is currently taking center stage, it won’t be long before EPL viewers start placing their bets on the 2018-19 season, and they have some interesting insights. Cardiff City to Be Relegated Sports betting experts at Vegas Odds are predicting that Cardiff City will face a struggle to stay in the Premier League …
ELO Rating Analysis of the PL Fixtures for the Top Six

ELO Rating Analysis of the PL Fixtures for the Top Six

On June 14, the FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia. But before the international tournament kicked off in the evening, an important event in the annual football calendar took place earlier during the day. English Premier League fixtures were released on the same day. Had it not been a World Cup year, this event would have been analyzed in much more detail. But nevertheless, it did not escape scrutiny completely. Liverpool fans are wondering if this is going to …
Xherdan Shaqiri to Liverpool: An Inexpensive Backup Option

Xherdan Shaqiri to Liverpool: An Inexpensive Backup Option

Even as the FIFA World Cup is on the brink of beginning, the transfer rumour mill refuses to stop churning. After being stumped by Nabil Fekir’s failed medical, Liverpool it seems are in the market for another attacking wide midfielder. It has been a few days since it was reported that the Reds are interested in Stoke City’s Xherdan Shaqiri and their failure to close the Fekir deal has made their link with Shaqiri that much stronger. Liverpool’s lack of …
Five Manchester United Players to Watch at the World Cup - Part One

Five Manchester United Players to Watch at the World Cup - Part One

The excitement is building - with only one sleep before it all kicks off in Russia: I mean, the World Cup and the football. As the 32 nations compete for the most prestigious honour the Sport has to offer, fans from outside of those participating nations still try to find ways to connect with teams and certain players to root for and get some joy out of in seeing them win or worse - despair out of seeing them not …
Four Premier League players that could catch the eye at the World Cup

Four Premier League players that could catch the eye at the World Cup

There will be a lot of players that catch the eye over the next month at the World Cup. It is important not to overrate any individual based on their performances in Russia. The Premier League will have a number of players involved in the tournament, which isn’t a surprise considering the money involved in the English game now. The majority of signings are internationals and a lot of those will be representing their country at the World Cup. Here …
Five big decisions Gareth Southgate has got right

Five big decisions Gareth Southgate has got right

England boss Gareth Southgate has defied expectations since taking over as national team boss. The former Middlesbrough and England Under 21 manager has done much more than ‘steady the ship’ since Sam Allardyce’s ill-fated short stint came to an end and is rightly earning plaudits for his stewardship as the World Cup approaches. There is – of course – time for all that to change once the games kick off, and the tabloids might already have their cruelly Photoshopped front …
Manchester United make a Positive Start in the Transfer Window

Manchester United make a Positive Start in the Transfer Window

It's quite telling that even with only a week left until the World Cup begins in Russia, much of the talk still very much is centred around club football and the transfer window that is capturing the interest of the wider public. Premier League is the ultimate money-making machine in this global sport and English clubs have once again been seen flexing their financial muscles across Europe - bringing in players of top quality from outside England to make them …
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