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This week’s show kicks off with the news that Bradford City will play in the League Cup Final after they beat a lacklustre Aston Villa side over two legs in the semis. However that joy is shortlived as the discussion switches to Southampton’s decision to part company with Nigel Adkins.
The latest Super Sunday threw up some interesting results at the top of the table with Willie again unimpressed by Arsenal, while at the bottom, Newcastle United continue to underachieve relative to their performances last season.
There’s FA Cup action this weekend so the lads look through the fixtures to try pick out some shocks, while Ger brings us up to speed with the first lot of games from the African Cup of Nations.
The podcast is also in need of a new sponsor so if you would like to come on board for 2013, please get in touch with us (details here).