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The Soccer Podcast Without A Name (Yet) S01E10




Bongani ‘Da Bongz’ Nkosi and Thabang ‘Da Real Cheez’ Kgeledi discuss last weekend’s soccer topics. But they should hurry because each topic has a time limit.

1. CAF Champions League
2. Bidvest Wits and Kaizer Chiefs Title Hopes
3. Pitso Mosimane On South African Teams
4. EPL Top Four Battle
5. Philippe Coutinho Jeered
6. Games To Look Forward To

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ZoBo Top 3’s: International Goals Of The Week – Neymar’s cool finish, Paul Pogba’s well-placed shot, and Sanchez’ audacious chip

 

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Monday Football Ramblings – 18 April 2016

The Race for the Barclays Premier League Title: Leicester City drop valuable points with Tottenham still to play.

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Leicester City dropped points against West Ham United on Sunday afternoon. This was a topsy-turvy match that saw some bad decisions from the referee, who sent Jamie Vardy off after a second bookable (by his standards) offense.

Should Tottenham win their match away to Stoke tonight they will only be five points behind Leicester with four games to play.

Scrap for the Top Four places: Manchester United relegates Aston Villa (good riddance), Manchester City show why they are in the semi-finals in Europe, and Arsenal keep looking over their shoulder

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In another one of those Van Gaal type matches (i.e. boring as hell), Manchester United booted poor ol’Aston Villa out the Premier League with that 1 goal to nil result.

Manchester City made light work of a struggling Chelsea. A lot of graft is going to need to be done by Antonio Conte if he wants to do anything substantial with this Chelsea squad.

They are slow at the back, their midfield and attack don’t exist, and their keeper is awful.

Like Mike N The Mechanics, Arsenal keeps looking over their shoulder because Manchester United are right behind them.

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