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Episode Thirteen – Which members of the current Manchester United squad would make the team of 99?

In a week where it was revealed that Mike Ashley was running a company that made the Victorian period look like a progressive liberal utopia, the Team are back together to strip search the employee that is the world of football.

 

It’s been some time since Manchester United were at their height under Sir Alex Ferguson. This week, the Question that No One is Asking turns our attention back to the 99 season in which United won the treble. Which members of the current squad would have made that team, we wonder.

Before that though, in line with the EU directive on work and pensions, the team discuss a number of talking points from the previous week in football:

Last week, we began by taking up Vote Leave’s challenge to predict the results of the games of the upcoming European Championships. We open this week’s episode by turning our collective mind to the second half of the draw and working our way through the remaining three groups.

Robin, back from a short stint in rehab, wants the Team to discuss Jamie Vardy and was happy enough to supply the vodka and the Charlie. Is the Vardy move to Arsenal wishful thinking on the part of Arsene Wenger, he asks, and is it even worth Vardy’s time going to North London?

All this and much more beside in this week’s episode of A Team of John O’Sheas.

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