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Talking Points and Organised Fun Thirty-Six – ‘Southern Rail’

In a week where the podcast celebrated reaching 1.5 million listeners, the Team are back to disseminate the alternative facts that are the world of football.


Following the threats of the White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, we’ll be discussing a few Talking Points from the week in football.

As a man who supports Manchester United despite never having been to Manchester, it would be fair to say Paddy McCloskey still hasn’t found what he’s looking for. As a man caught in the battle between the two provincial states, however, it must be said that he understands power. He’s wanting to talk about the footballers who hold their clubs to ransom. Payet, Costa, Berahino. Can you think of anyone worse than these people?

Will Geeson is on the show today. The comfortable clothes denier and defender of rich white men from around Britain, he’s here to defend another much maligned rich white man, Wayne Rooney. Is the is the hype around the carpet headed buffoon of England justified, he asks?

The thinking person’s football pundit is here to regale you with tales that will leave your synapses tingling. In the last few seasons, Spurs have developed a habit of selling players who have then gone on to be much better elsewhere – why is that, he wonders?

Jon is giving Paddy a break from Organised Fun this week. Well. From organizing it. He still has to take part. It’s unlikely he’ll enjoy the mammoth Leeds United in the mid-70s extravaganza I’ve drawn up. Organised it may be. Fun it will not.

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

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