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Two Americans (Kyle and Justin) dive deep into the world of the English Premier League. Listen here for our take on the world's top soccer / football league, match week reviews, analysis and a fair share of hot takes. We'll be covering all Premier League teams including Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and even clubs like West Bromwich Albion. Oh, and there's beer involved.
 
Catch the debate on The EPL Round Table where guests from each and every Premier League club have their say on recent news, controversies, results and more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The EPL Lounge is your weekly live show that takes a look at the upcoming week in the most popular football league in the world. Hosted by Punt School's Josh Chahal, you'll get insight into the best betting angles every week with a blend of opinionated banter alongside co-host Sergio Magliarachi. Tune in to get the facts, stats and trends to help you bet smarter. Powered by Top Sport.
 
"Don't Hijack My Thread" is an interactive discussion on today's hot political topics with a progressive slant. Join "rapid fire" hosts Adam Lambert (clammyc) and David Atkins (thereisnospoon) as they take your calls and opinions! Shows are generally scheduled for Wednesday nights at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific. Call in number is 718-508-9410.
 
English Premier League soccer betting projections, analysis and picks using advanced soccer ratings and data. The show uses scaled Squawka performance scores in an agile way to predict true betting odds. Squawka uses play by play data from OPTA. The show also uses the Clear Data Sports SpotterCutter and the IBM Watson Analytic tool to assist in a detailed statistical breakdown for selected matches on the EPL betting card.
 
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Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe are here to answer your listener questions! From two-footedness to #DualNationalPanic, there was plenty to get to. You can find the full list of questions down below: 1) Why aren’t professional footballers better with both feet? 2) Are there comparable dual national situations to the United States and Mexico? 3) Who ar…
 
In this @EPLRoundTable special, we discuss the takeover at Newcastle by the Saudi Private Investment Fund, eulogize the Mike Ashley era at the club, how the takeover seemed to happen in just a 48-hour window, the moral implications of supporting a club with ties to the Saudi royal family, takeaways from the press releases, the short-term and long-t…
 
Liverpool and Manchester City cook up the game of the season with a classic 2 - 2 draw; Mo Salah scores what might be the goal of the season with an incredible solo goal; United and Everton (with most of their best players missing) play out a 1 - 1 draw; Jimenez & Hwang's chemistry grows after the Korean's brace; Leicester's slump continues; Spurs …
 
The Legend talks to Lina Althaloul, sister of Loujain Hathloul. Loujain is a Saudi women's rights activist, a social media figure, and a former political prisoner who is still not free and cannot talk to the media. The Legend and Lina talk about Mohamadd Bin Salaam and the Newcastle United takeover. #FreeLoujain VOTE for the pod boyz!…
 
Taylor and Joe watched it back and now they’re here to talk about it. “It”, of course, being the USMNT’s latest World Cup qualifier: a 2-1 win over Costa Rica. How did the U.S. perform in this critical game? What did we make of Gregg Berhalter’s lineup and tactical approach? Who played well? And who struggled? We discussed all of those things - plu…
 
On this USMNT-centric episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam discuss the U.S.'s latest World Cup qualifier: their clash with Costa Rica on Wednesday evening. How did the U.S. perform? And what did we learn about the team from this Costa Rica game and from this window? You can hear all of that, plus praise for Sergiño Dest and Yunus Musah and …
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dive into the USMNT’s 1-0 loss to Panama in World Cup Qualifying. How should Gregg Berhalter have rotated his lineup for this game? What were some of the on-field factors behind the defeat? And what was the atmosphere like in Panama? Paul and Sam talk about all of those things, and more, on the s…
 
Taylor and Joe are back with another USMNT review show, this time digging into the USMNT's World Cup qualifier against Panama. What were some of the factors that led to the USMNT’s 1-0 loss, their first ever loss to Panama in World Cup Qualifying? What did we make of the lineup? Where does most of the blame for this result lie? We talk about those …
 
Domestic abuse increases following football games – and this increase is driven by alcohol-related abuse, a new study from the London School of Economics and Political Science finds. The research from the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) reveals that the increase in domestic abuse occurs when football games are scheduled at midday or in …
 
Taylor talks to Greg Lalas about the return of the Kicking and Screening Film Festival, which runs from October 12-15 in New York. They've got some excellent films this year, and we get into the creation of the festival, the selection process for deciding on entries, and Greg's favorite soccer films and documentaries. You can find out more about th…
 
On this week's episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam talk all about the U.S.'s 2-0 win over Jamaica. Recording from Austin, our hosts discuss the U.S.'s lineup and performance and look ahead to the USMNT's game against Panama on Sunday. Sponsors! BetterHelp! Unload stressors and get some unbiased feedback with BetterHelp. Head to betterhelp.…
 
On this episode, Taylor and Joe analyze the USMNT's World Cup qualifier against Jamaica. There was controversy. There were goals. There was a Tim Ream look-a-like. I mean, you couldn't ask for much more, really. What did the U.S. do well? Where did they struggle? Who played well? We talk about all of those things - and many more - on the show. Spon…
 
The Athletic's Steph Yang discusses the latest fallout from the NWSL/Paul Riley scandal, as well as the player protests last night. But with so many other incidents plaguing the league this season, we get into the system of power itself, how these scandals get covered up, the role of youth soccer in normalizing abuse, and positive development that …
 
The Legend chats with Financial Times journalist and author, Simon Kuper. In his latest book, The Barcelona Complex, Kuper tells the story of how FC Barcelona became the most successful club in the world—and how that era is now ending. Vote for EPLpod in the FSA Awards!
 
It’s listener questions time! On this episode, Ryan, Taylor, Graham, and Joe gather around their respective microphones to answer your lovely inquiries. You can find the full list of questions that we discussed down below: 1) Is playing for your club more or less valued than playing for your country? 2) Why hasn’t someone bought FC Barcelona? 3) Wh…
 
With the USMNT’s next World Cup Qualifier just days away, Taylor and Joe sat down to preview their next opponent: Jamaica. How does Jamaica play under manager Theodore Whitemore? Who are their key players? How might the U.S. be able to get the upper hand against them? And what U.S. lineup would we like to see in this game? We talk about all that - …
 
First off, if you're in need of bad puns, this is the episode for you! Taylor is back to chat with Graham and Ryan about the biggest games from the weekend! 1) Liverpool v Manchester City was a classic, even if the officiating was not (according to Pep) 2) Atletico Madrid v Barcelona: Simeone's side were dominant, Koeman's side were coached from a …
 
Mo Salah has either scored (8) or assisted (3) in eight of his nine games in all competitions this season, having a direct hand in more goals so far in 2021-22 than any other Premier League player. Does this make Salah the best player going at the moment?
 
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss the scintillating Liverpool v Manchester City match, which of them has a better chance for a title push this season, the new Premier League ruling on players travelling to red-list countries, if Watford's early sacking of Xisco Munoz was warranted, what's going wrong defensively for Newcastle, if St…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam react to Gregg Berhalter’s roster for the October World Cup Qualifying window. What do they like? Who are they excited to see? And how do they see game-to-game rotation turning out? After the USMNT chat, it’s on to some MLS topics. Why did the Chicago Fire fire Raphael Wicky after a 2-0 wi…
 
Did someone say “listener questions”? Yes? Good, because on today’s show, Ryan, Graham, and Joe answer your lovely questions! You can find the full list of questions that we discussed down below: 1) What are our thoughts on UEFA’s reported proposal of a salary cap/luxury tax system for teams in European competitions? 2) What is the situation with s…
 
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