Ronan, Gaz and Paul recap the latest weekend in this eventful season. We ignore t-shirt gate instead focusing on Chelsea's great performance at Spurs, Wayne Rooney's ten year anniversary in the big time. Arsenal looking sadly familiar and a host of other talking points. As per usual we look ahead to the week to come as Man city face crunch time in their quest to qualify from the group stages of the Champions league, and of course to next week where the super sunday selection features the heavyweight tussle of Chelsea v Man Utd at the bridge.
We're back. Ronan, Paul and Gaz pay homage to a real old fashioned Man Utd performance, while Chelsea also look good. Elsewhere Arsenal and spurs keep north london happy while West Brom sit pretty in a deserved 3rd place after another home win. We also look back at the champions league where Manchester City face a struggle for qualification and forward to World cup qualifiers for the home nations and the next round of the prem.
Ronan, Gaz and Paul look back at this years first super sunday, where Man Utd and Arsenal go home happiest. We also wonder at the rare sights of Southampton winning and Fulham winning on the road! As well as the rest of the prem results we've got last weeks champions league games to discuss, as well as league cup chat and of course this weeks league preview.
The pod is back ! After a fortnight layoff Ronan, Paul and Gaza have plenty to talk about. Defoe stars for AVB's spurs as they get their first win. Goals a plenty for Man Utd and Arsenal, Chelsea and Man city toil fruitlessly and also plenty of other great games. We look ahead to next week in the PL and rejoice at the return of the Champions league, which features a mouthwatering clash between Man city and Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
Ronan, Paul and Gaz digest another week of Premier league action, featuring a Van Persie hat-trick in Man Utd colors, a fine passing display from Arsenal at Anfield, and some pod appreciation of West brom's excellent start. We'll also run through all the other matches from the weekend as well as talking deadline day happenings and the group stage draws for the big european club competitions.
Ronan, Gaza and Paul run the rule over week 2 of the FA Premier league, focusing on Liverpool's improvement against Man City, Everton's heroics, and the emergence of Chelsea as genuine title contenders.