Paul Fisher believes that a slight tweaking of the competition could make it a lot more appealing.
Posts Tagged ‘league cup’
James Hunt discusses the bluster surrounding Sunderland’s weekend FA Cup attendance.
The League Cup opened doors for fans and players when it arrived in our calendars but Robert O’Connor feels that the old competition is looking increasingly bewildered as the game writhes with change.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon discuss the fall out from the Manchester Derby, the rest of the Premier League action, the midweek League Cup games, and Noel King’s appointment as temporary Ireland manager.
James Clark on the revival of England’s second biggest cup competition.
James Cartwright looks at the remaining sides in this year’s League Cup as the competition hits the quarter final stage.
Robbie Deighan reports on Drogheda’s weekend win over Shamrock Rovers in the final of the EA Sports Cup.
Tom Rhodes discusses England’s often maligned second cup competition.
With the League Cup Final tomorrow, James Benwell wonders if Cardiff City can break their Wembley hoodoo.
The podcast is back after a couple of weeks hiatus, and Neil Sherwin is joined by Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon to look at everything from Liverpool’s cup form to ‘Arry in the dock to the African Cup of Nations.