James Hunt wonders why Spain are no longer everyone’s favourite cup of tea.
Archive for June, 2012
Nick Balchin looks at the recent transfer saga involving Liverpool, Spurs and Swansea.
Dave Wood calls for a new order to emerge, amidst widespread mainstream media ignorance of penalty shoot-out statistics.
Allan Edgar looks back at a huge night for Italian football, and not such a good one for Germany.
Liam Tomkins of Kopsource runs the rule over Roy Hodgson and his appointment as England boss in light of their Euro 2012 performance.
Shane Gunning ponders the future for Ireland after their disastrous Euro 2012 campaign.
Dylan O’Neill dusted off his inflatable hammer and leprechaun suit to take in Ireland v Italy at the Euros.
Pod regulars Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon reflect on the Euro 2012 semi finals and look forward to the weekend’s showpiece game between Spain and Italy.
Not everyone in England was enamoured with the national team’s endeavours, as Paul Caulfield writes.
James Hunt believes that it’s Germany’s turn to dominate on the international stage.