Wednesday, 28 November 2012
A couple of new managers are in town, and so NPLP follows suit by installing Jack as their interim presenter (Bill has not been sacked, he was busy in Canterbury trying to learn how to be funny).
Jack is joined by Sam and Dec and they make sense of all this weekend’s Premier League action. The pod also welcomes back on to the show ESPN’s Spanish correspondent Dermot Corrigan. He tells us whether he thinks the La Liga title race is over, players he’s been impressed with so far this season in Spain this season and he gives us the lowdown on the Andalucían sides (Sevilla, Betis and Malaga).
After Joey Barton’s hilarious French accent, NPLP finds its most memorable footballers with foreign accents.
And, find out who wins Reeder’s Teasers – a game based upon categories and their unique answers - in a “heavyweight clash” between Sam and Dec.
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Wednesday, 14 November 2012
NPLP believes it has coined a new phrase – “The Anti-Comeback”. Have a listen to what it’s all about and the boys give you their favourite anti-comebacks.
Serie A specialist Matt Barker (Twitter: @matthew_barker), who writes for magazines such as FourFourTwo and When Saturday Comes, is welcomed onto the show. He talks to the pod about the Rome Derby, Juventus’ push for the Champions League and Italy’s international side.
Reeder’s Teasers – a game based upon categories and their unique answers – this week involves England caps. And finally, there’s the usual Premier League discussion including Manchester United’s “normal comeback” against Aston Villa.
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