This week the pod discuss Fabio Capello’s resignation, last weekend’s Premier League results and take a look at Aaron Ramsey’s bizarre connection to Whitney Houston’s death.
It’s hard to get excited about The FA Cup these days, the big clubs don’t take it seriously, even some of the small clubs put out weakened teams and no matter how hard the BBC try to tell us it’s full of romance, we can’t help but think the romance is dead.
We have however found a way to at least add some interest to The FA Cup. Gambling. The FA Cup does throw up some interesting fixtures and the opportunity to make a few quid from your predictions, here are the value bets from this weekend’s fixtures…
Following yesterday’s debacle at Old Trafford, Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish and the man at the centre of the storm Luis Suarez have issued apologies for their actions.
In statements released on the club’s website, Suarez said “I have spoken with the manager since the game at Old Trafford and I realise I got things wrong.”
“I’ve not only let him down, but also the club and what it stands for and I’m sorry. I made a mistake and I regret what happened. I should have shaken Patrice Evra’s hand before the game and I want to apologise for my actions. I would like to put this whole issue behind me and concentrate on playing football.”
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre also felt the need to release a statement condemning the actions of the Uruguayan and stating that the club had been misled by Suarez who had previously stated he would shake Evra’s hand.
Liverpool FC and Luis Suarez once again found themselves at the centre of another PR disaster yesterday after Luis Suarez deliberately avoided shaking Patrice Evra’s hand moments before kick off in their match against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Fabio Capello resigned from his position as England manager on Wednesday evening after meeting with the board of the FA following comments made by Capello on Italian TV regarding the FA’s decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy.
Well, we’ve done it, it’s the first ever Football Banter podcast, and depending on it’s success, it may well be the last!
This week, the team discuss last weekend’s results – including that incredible 3-3 draw between Manchester United and Chelsea, the return of Luis Suarez, a bizarre John Wark sighting and have a look at next weekend’s fixtures.
Please be warned, explicit language is used in this podcast.
With the transfer window firmly shut and those who moved having played for their new clubs, now is a good time to look at which players have made the most impact and will provide the best value for money. Here are what we believe to be the top five transfers: (more…)
We don’t have a clue what the hell is going on here, it’s pretty damn weird though!
There are certain players that you just love to hate, Robbie Savage was a prime example – He never even seemed like by his own fans, let alone the opposition. Fortunately for Mr Savage, he’s escaped our list as he’s now retired (same applies to Gary Neville)
In no particular order, here are the 10 most hated players in football… (more…)
Did Balotelli intentionally stamp on Scott Parker during City’s clash with Spurs? Take a look and see what you think…