In the afterglow of a glorious win against West Ham, Flav, Ricky and Thelonious are joined by The Telegraph’s Charlie Parrish. Pinched helmets make way for muffled swearing, we share the pain of doing it at the wrong end, gushing over Eric Dier. Windy talks youth, Limassol and QPR previewed, and Chadli gets fluffed. Headbangers: Flav, Ricky, Thelonious and Charlie Parrish.
Our performances at West Ham are without doubt unpredictable. We have seen the glory of last minute goals and wonder strikes, to the crippling affects of bad lasagna, but perhaps worst of all was last seasons surrender. Karl Harrington believes it is time for revenge and time for a new chapter to begin at Spurs.
Stability is key for Matt Davis as he ponders life under Poch and the start of another new era.
Television channels that have thrown billions of pounds at the Premier League tell us ‘anything can happen this year’ but is this really true? Tom Hayward examines what he really wants and what he expects from this season,
The Fighting Cock is world renowned for it’s tactical insight and understanding the nuances of football. So what do the team and guests predict for Mauricio Pochettino’s first season at the helm? Glory? Disaster? Who have we tipped for an almighty season and who would be the ultimate guest on this season’s pod?
With the media hype that surrounds the Champions League, fans interest in the Europa League seems to diminish more each year. Graham Price questions why that is and states his defence for this European competition.