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!
This week Steff, Ram, Ricky and Milo reveal the truth behind Spurs alarming home stand slump against Southampton and Wolves. The Matrix has a glitch. The 7 years olds in control need to stop squabbling every few minutes. James Brown needs to stop dragging out his encores and every Spurs supporter needs to stop worrying because none of this is real. So, for the TRUTH, as seen via an existential Tottenham lens, tune in right now.
In this first pod of 2022, Steff, Milo, Ram and Jay look to vary things up as they review the various matches which took place over the festive season, drawing the line at repetition and allowing no prevarication when looking back at Watford, Southampton, Crystal Palace and West Ham. Milo was vary happy to play Stockley Park, his accuracy proving variable, albeit he was dealing with minute details…just tune in. It will make sense.
This week, Steff, Ram, Ricky and Milo engage in a full and frank series of discussions about the League Cup Final, Ryan Mason, the European Super League debacle, financially-doped football teams, AND wax-lyrical about Istanbul, Finsbury Park and the New Kids On The Block.
Steff, Ram, Ricky and Milo have a “morning before the night after” pod but find big laughs in dark moments whilst also obsessing on vintage English language and covering breaking thoughts on a breaking story that has broken three more ways already. Laugh along with us…
Recorded on Sunday night before Mourinho’s sacking. The Super League announcement is made during the record.