Eamon Dunphy

The always brilliant and always outspoken Eamon Dunphy joins Phil to discuss a wide range of topics. Some of the hot points he touched on include Conte at Chelsea, Klopp at Liverpool, both new Manchester managers, and or course Wenger at Arsenal. The boys also discussed some broader subjects like the shrinking talent pool, rising transfer fees and wages, video replay, the state football in Ireland, the 2016 Euros, and UEFA’s stance on political messages. The interview closes with some talk about the recent trend of Chinese investment in the game.

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Manchester United Weekly Show #2

Phil is joined by Martin Wallwork, one of the founders of the Huntington Beach Red Army, to discuss last week’s performance at Bournemouth, the upcoming match versus Southampton, and which players could be coming and going as the transfer window draws to a close. The boys also answer listener questions. To submit a question for our next United weekly show, visit our Facebook page and post it on our wall.

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Manchester United Weekly Show #1

Phil is joined by Martin Wallwork, one of the founders of the Huntington Beach Red Army, to discuss in depth the upcoming season for Manchester United. Among the topics are Jose Mourinho and his effect on the team, the incoming transfers, the players who may be going out on loan or sold, and the shifting attitude inside the club since Louis Van Gaal was sacked. If you’re a Red Devil supporter, this is a show not to miss.

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Oliver Kay’s 2016/17 Premier League Season Preview

Oliver Kay, Chief Football Correspondent for The Times and author of “Forever Young: The Story of Adrian Doherty, Football’s Lost Genius” joins the show to preview the upcoming Premier League season. He touched on some of the craziness we’ve seen so far during the summer transfer window, about the big names coaching in the Prem, Leicester’s chances for a repeat of last season’s performance, and how he feels some teams have improved and/or need to improve. He also gives Phil his early prediction of what the Top 4 will look like at the conclusion of the season.

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