After an extended break this week’s show looks back on United’s draw with West Brom at the Hawthornes. United escaped with a point after Daley Blind’s 87th minute equaliser, but it was far from a classic performance. Louis van Gaal’s side created 22 chances in the Midlands, but an inexperienced back four was frequently under pressure. Meanwhile, two titans of the modern game went head-to-head with book launches. Roy Keane’s the Second Half was released to much media commentary, while Sir Alex Ferguson is set to release an update on his 2013 autobiography. Ed & Paul discuss. Your questions are discussed and the boys look ahead to United’s fixture with Chelsea at the weekend!
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5 thoughts on “Bad motherf*ckers”
I’ve been waiting for this whole week, superb!
finished listening to it. Love Paul’s optimism haha.
I was half expecting Paul to start this episode with a heartfelt rendition of “Blind is the one.. ” 😀
Paul’s philosophy appears to be blind optimism in both its forms.
On the subject of Fergie’s book – Couldn’t part of the reason for his blatant attempts at revisionist history be aimed at future generations, not those of us who were there at the time, but ones who will only know of Fergie’s exploits through stories, film and books. Ensuring his legacy, the way he wants it to be seen, will live on.