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There’s a review of the weekend’s Premier League action to kick of the podcast, and discussion about which of the North London clubs will be happier with Sunday’s 1-1 draw.
Dale is satisfied with Manchester United’s results, even if the performances aren’t quite up to scratch yet, while Neil, in what is likely a first, defends Liverpool fans amid all of the fanfare over Jurgen Klopp.
The lads then discuss the news that U.S. Soccer will ban heading for all children up to the age of ten over fears of damage that may impact them in later life. Is this an overreaction or good practice?
Focus then turns to the this coming weekend’s Euro 2016 qualification playoffs as Ireland face Bosnia and Herzegovina over two legs, and Dale will be at the Aviva Stadium to cover Monday’s game.
Neil offers up his thoughts on the side that Martin O’Neill selects, while Dale is quietly confident that Ireland will be on a plane to France next summer.