The Spanish have been routed in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals. Chelsea built a blue wall that held off Messi, and Bayern outplayed Real. Arsenal is still on track to take the third Premier League spot. Roberto Di Matteo has turned The Blue’s around, but has he done enough to earn a permanent spot as Chelsea’s manager? Is Harry Redknapp still the top pick for England’s National Team even though his Tottenham has imploded? George predicts that Roma will be the ones to end Juventus undefeated season this Sunday. And finally, Eric Wynalda recaps the Legends Game in which he and old USA legends defeated their arch rivals Mexico.
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Chelsea’s Blue Wall Defeats Barca, Bayern Outplays Real, And Wynalda Relives Glory Days In Legends GamePosted: 20th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Didier Drogba, Harry Redknapp, Jose Mourinho, Lionel Messi, Real Madrid, Roberto Di Matteo
Tags: England National Team, Harry Redknapp
The illustrious Martin Tyler discusses his career, his big break as a soccer commentator, whether Harry Redknapp is the right manager for England, coaching Kingstonian FC, his most memorable goal, and his love of baseball.
Tags: Arsenal, Cardiff City, Carling Cup, David Beckham, England National Team, Eric Wynalda, Harry Redknapp, Italian National Team, Liverpool, Peter Crouch, Tottenham Hotspur, US National Team
Broadcaster Nick Webster and former Crewe Alexandra and Leyton Orient coach Bill Songhurst joins the podcast. TOPICS: Liverpool triumphs over Cardiff City in the Carling Cup Final. Arsenal defeats Tottenham 5-2 in a surprising comeback victory. Is Harry Redknapp the right man to coach the English National Team? What to expect in the upcoming U.S. and Italian friendly. And finally, Mr. Songhurst shares some stories about training a young Beckham and Peter Crouch.
Tags: Bob Bradley, England National Team, Eric Wynalda, Fabio Capello, Harry Redknapp, Jeffrey Marcus
Fabio Capello steps down as England’s National Team coach. Who is going to take over? José Mournho? Harry Redknapp? Former New York Times soccer writer Jeffrey Marcus joins the conversation… And Word On The Street is Bob Bradley is PISSED at Eric Wynalda. Who could ever hate Wynalda?
Tags: Anton Ferdinand, Eric Wynalda, Harry Redknapp, John Terry, Politics, Racism, Transfer Market, Violence, Women's Football, WPS
Worst football disaster in Egypt’s history, over 74 dead and hundreds injured. Because of the recent Egyptian Revolution and Arab Spring, the political implications are hard to ignore. Also. WPS 2012 season has been cancelled. John Terry’s racism case postponed? Harry Redknapp’s tax woes. Transfer market fallout. An Outing with Grant Wahl. And the usual Premier League and Serie A results/predictions.