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B4B: S01E05 - Bayern Take Another Step Toward Another Title

B4B: S01E05 - Bayern Take Another Step Toward Another Title

In this episode of the @BundesligaPod we discuss Der Klassiker, THAT missed VAR call, Bayern Munich marching toward another Bundesliga title, Hansi Flick's time at Bayern Munich, if Lucien Favre is still the right man to lead Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Timo Werner's Liverpool rumours, Leverkusen's stumble against Wolfsburg, Gladbach's boring draw, Freiburg's not-so-boring draw, if David Wagner is fighting more for a European place or his job, and preview coming matches.

 

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CRT: S04E27 - Will the Championship Season Return?

CRT: S04E27 - Will the Championship Season Return?

In this episode of the @ChampionshipPod we discuss two Hull players testing positive for the coronavirus, restart options for the EFL, if the Championship season will come to a sporting conclusion, if Leeds and West Brom would rather the season end now, how the transfer window should be handled, and the long-term effects that the pandemic could have on football.

 

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EPLRT: S6E29 - Project Restart

EPLRT: S6E29 - Project Restart

n this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss the increasing likelihood that we will get to see the completion of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign, the impact of knowing the result of Manchester City's CAS appeal before the return of play, how the "Summer" Transfer Window should be handled now that the season will drag on through the summer, which players at our clubs will be able to sign extensions through the end of the season, Troy Deeney refusing to rejoin training, what the Premier League can learn from the return of the Bundesliga, and the interesting hairstyles being sported by players as they return to training.

 

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B4B: S01E04 - Home Disadvantage

B4B: S01E04 - Home Disadvantage

In this episode of the @BundesligaPod we discuss the intra-pod derby between Leverkusen and Gladbach, the Berlin Derby, and other matches of note this weekend, Thomas Muller's form, why so many German clubs have numbers in their names/crests, the rampant success of away teams since the restart of the Bundesliga, if Wagner is in trouble at Schalke, and preview the coming matches this Englische Woche (we're learning!).

 

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What’s Next for the Project Restart of EPL After Getting the Green Light from the Government?

What’s Next for the Project Restart of EPL After Getting the Green Light from the Government?

Last week, the UK government has already given the English Premier League the green light to be back on June 1. It has been over two months since the EPL was put on hold due to the threat that the 2019 coronavirus or COVID19 has. Since then, the league has been hoping to resume the matches by June and fortunately, the government is fine with this. The government believes that the comeback of major sports leagues like the EPL would …
EPL Clubs Troubled With Corona Shutdown

EPL Clubs Troubled With Corona Shutdown

Since the first announcement of coronavirus COVID 19 in China in December, its spread has brought havoc in many parts of the world. Many activities and operations have largely been affected by the virus. For instance, football activities of English Premier League clubs have also been affected, as this disease does not discriminate against anyone. Despite footballers training heavily to remain incredibly fit, these players are still susceptible to the virus. The effect of the infection can be experienced by …
Liverpool May Start Training Again in Mid-May, A Few Weeks Before the Possible Return of the Premier League

Liverpool May Start Training Again in Mid-May, A Few Weeks Before the Possible Return of the Premier League

It has been almost a month now since the rest of this year’s English Premier League has been cancelled because of the threat of the 2019 coronavirus or COVID 19. The League has been hoping to resume the rest of the season by June and it is likely to happen based on the recent updates. A video conference call was held last week regarding Project Restart. This is what they are calling proposals that the League is getting when it …
Project Restart: When Will the English Premier League Finally Be Back?

Project Restart: When Will the English Premier League Finally Be Back?

It was on March 11 when the first cancelled match happened on the English Premier League because of the COVID-19 threats. Two days later, on March 13, it was then made official that the whole season will have to be postponed. Many people, especially fans were relieved or disappointed about the postponement of this season. They were simply looking forward to seeing Liverpool get crowned. Some are also looking forward to seeing who will place for the Championship League. People …
The Top 5 Sports that People Love to Wager On

The Top 5 Sports that People Love to Wager On

The sports betting industry is getting bigger each year. As it becomes more widespread in the US and many other different countries, more people are starting to get into it. It also helps that technology has made betting easier for many people out there. It’s no longer hard to place bets on any sports nowadays. There’s no need to travel just so you can go to a physical sportsbook which is typically located near stadiums. Nowadays, you can place your …
How Football Bettors Should Prepare for the Return of the English Premier League

How Football Bettors Should Prepare for the Return of the English Premier League

It’s been almost a month since the rest of the season of this year’s EPL has been postponed because of the threat of the 2019 coronavirus or the COVID 19. Since then, the League has been vocal about its hopes to return by June, and true enough, the league is already working very hard to return by then. Football fans surely felt the pain when the Premier League had to announce its postponement around the second week of March. This …
Most Aggressive Premier League Soccer Players Ever

Most Aggressive Premier League Soccer Players Ever

The Premier League is one of the best soccer leagues in the world, if not the best, and if you Bet with BetMGM, you could be treated to some cool bonuses for this league. There are some top teams and awesome players over there in the UK, but there have also been some rather angry players over the years. US betting isn’t always focussed on the Premier League, but it’s one of the main leagues in the world right now …
Why Saudi Arabia Become A Nation That Breach Intellectual Property Rules

Why Saudi Arabia Become A Nation That Breach Intellectual Property Rules

Only weeks before the Premier League began to survey an offer by Saudi Arabia's sovereign riches reserve to turn into the lion's share proprietor of one of its soccer groups, it requested that the United States keep up the realm's right on the money a watch list for nations that penetrate protected innovation rules. In a letter to the Office of the United States Trade Representative in February, the Premier League said the Saudis were in actuality empowering the world's …
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