Steff, Gareth and Ricky discuss the joys of a Saturday 3pm opening day of season kick-off, the joys of a 4-1 win, the joys of King Deki, Prince Sess and his Royal accomplice among other fine performances, the joys of a deep stat (thank you Gareth), and the oddity that was Ralph Hassensuital (has any manager ever worn such bizarre clobber)? All this plus The Week That Was, transfer tattle and a look back at the latest All Or Nothing drop…complete with squeaks, sighs and crackles because Milo’s off forest bathing and won’t be editing them out!
Steff, Ram and Milo look back at the highly successful South Korean tour, evaluate the week’s rumours, ponder punchable faces in footy, find out Milo’s favourite jersey for the 2022/23 season and connect the dots as to why the away shirt might have been designed to look aquatic. Inspect that turf Richy and do it twice a game near the area…or something like that.
Steff, Milo and Ram dive deep into the last week of summer Spurs activity, from the fixture list for 2022/23, to the signing of Yves Bissouma, to the increasing amount of exciting transfer rumours and all manner of matters in between. We also take a long look at the dynamo that is Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, debut our ‘What’s Dier Done’ weekly update, look forward to Amazon’s forthcoming All Or Nothing series, and Milo discovers we’ve all been saying Nicolas Bendtner’s name wrong. Tune in to hear it said properly!
Enjoy 40 minutes of Steff and Milo talking about the easiest 60 minutes of our season. North London is ours.
This week, Steff, Milo and James look back at the 1-1 draw against Liverpool at Anfield (where there was no shamen anybody in what was a Royal performance), and try to stay calm and non-hyperbolic as the biggest NLD ever looms on the horizon. We also look at why Newcastle are a force to be reckoned with, and how Dele could get us back into the CL. Missing all this would be naughty naughty verrry naughty, so 3-2-1…
This week, Steff, Milo, Ricky and James (aka Awesome) look back on midlands miracles, perfect pandemonium, bedsits & brothels, the horrors suffered by a horrifically assaulted Thiago (he’s OK BTW), and goals glorious goals from Berba to Bents with some proper Kaneage in the mix all underscored by Ghod. All this and Jay finds time to detail the top class Stamford Bridge steward presence…turn on, tune in and drop us a review.
Could U Be The Most Beautiful Goal In The World?
Hoddle vs Oxford (25 Apr 1987)
Berbatov vs Besiktas (19 Oct 2006)
Kane vs Arsenal (5 Mar 2016)
Bentley vs Arsenal (29 Oct 2008)
This week Steff, Gareth and Milo try to make holistic sense of what happened at the Deathstar. Oh, and Kenneth Branagh introduced proceedings with his best Brian Blessed impression and Harry Dean Stanton drops some heavy philosophy too. You know you can’t resist such aural therapy…