Episode 003 – Notes

Here are the notes for episode 3 of the podcast:

Man City

A heavy loss but with mitigating circumstances.

– Poor refereeing awarded City a soft penalty and an offside goal, with Lampard the key culprit. The defence was poor, but a midfield high line was the cause of that.

Soldado played well, even though he missed a crucial penalty to make it 2-2. Eriksen was the key player for Spurs in the middle, while Lloris was head and shoulders our best player.

General Football

Southend drop outside the play off spots.

Southampton smash Sunderland, while Arsenal and Utd get lucky late goals to draw their games.

And the Indian Super League is on Fox Sports.

Subject of the Week – Are the Spurs Kits Boring?

Yes is the ultimate answer and a sash the prescription for the cure.

What do we think of the fans abusing our players on social media?

It’s a modern reality but vicious.

Shirt Fronted #3

Paraguay 1998

Shoot In Time – February 1981- Part One

Shoot Magazine – Believe a Sth American side will win the 82 World Cup – none made the semis.

Uruguay win the Gold Cup 2-1 over Brazil – England don’t bother to turn up

Pat Jennings wants to keep playing till the 82 World Cup

Paul Mariner – major articles on him

Tommy Docherty – sick of British football – heading to coach Sydney Olympic

Special Report – Everton

In Marketing News – from Letraset – now you can get Kevin Keegan transfers that re-create his 8 greatest goals

FOCUS ON – Berndt Schuster – Charlie Nicholas

Recommendations

Danish Dynamite  – book – story of the Danish 1986 side that dazzled the world and were humbled by Spain

Utopia – Australian tv comedy series – 8 eps of a satire, sitcom show about the mis-workings of a government organisation. Made by Working Dog who brought us Frontline.

Subbuteo – the best game that has ever been made. Still going strong, now a cottage industry.

Redeemer of Souls – Judas Priest – get it on LP.

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