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Episode Twenty-Seven – Which position has changed the most in the modern era?

In a week where everyone was once again united in their hatred for… United… the team are back together to whisper in the ear of the opposition manager like the giant bellend that is the world of football.


This week was a real eye-opener for some of the team members. Patrick, on hearing the question, googled ‘the history of positions’ and ended up spending the rest of the week up to his ears in the Karma Sutra. We’re talking football though. Our question is, which position has changed the most within the modern game?

Before that though as the result of a massive breach of cyber security, we’ll be going through a number of talking points from the week in football.

Robin, McCauley Culkin through the eyes of an impressionist painter, wants to talk about England’s next Prime Minister, Gary Lineker. Once again politics has reared its ugly head in football and so we return to the perennial question: should football and politics mix?

Will Geeson, loyal Yorkshireman in perpetual exile, wants to turn our attention to another fiercely proud footballing area – Milan. Keeping up his reputation as a prize twat, Mauro Icardi has been riling the fans at Inter with the poorly thought through invenctive of his biography. Will sets things straight.

Norther Irish peace envoy, Paddy McCloskey wants to moan about Mourinho. And can you blame him. It must be awful being a United fan at the moment. Does a manager, he asks, every get outdated?

Jon’s turned his enormous brain towards organised fun as well this week. It’s only another one of his classic pub quizzes!

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

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