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Make a Case Forty-Nine – James Rodriguez to Everton?

We live in troubled times. Arsenal aren’t going to finish in the top 4. Manchester United are. David Luiz made the PFA team of the year. Sam Allardyce would have won the league if he was managing Palace from the beginning of the season.

 

We live in a world turned topsy-turvy. What we need is a Strong and Stable podcast to carry us through these troubling times. You ask me why the world is the way it is? All I know is that a Strong and Stable podcast… A podcast that is Strong and Stable… is only guaranteed if you listen to this podcast… the Strong and Stable football podcast that answers the questions that people who want Strong and Stable podcasts are asking.

As part of our Strong and Stable episode this week, we’re returning to that Strong and Stable format: Make a Case. At the close of this troubling season, some players are looking for more Strong and Stable employment. This week, each of the panellists will have to make a case for why a randomly selected player should sign for another randomly selected club.

The Strong and Stable person’s football pundit, Jon Mackenzie, has Organised Fun this week. He’ll be pitting infamous cheat, Will Geeson, against Patrick McCloskey who is definitely not from Ireland.

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

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