Prime Time Football
Prime Time Football
Checkpoints and Revelations at The International Break
NBC Sports commentator Robbie Earle joins us for an international break episode to break down many of the trends and shorelines now emerging in the Premier League as the contenders can now see the winter football ahead and begin evaluating their needs in the winter market. This begins nowhere else than the emerging concerns from the mouth of Arsene Wenger about his team, whether David Moyes appears to have finally built up some momentum. We also evaluate concerns for both Chelsea and Manchester City where mentality and synergy with their high profile managers appears to be a growing issue. We also look into problems for both Tottenham and Fulham who enter the international break on very shaky ground and must reverse trends before the pressures of a long season take their toll. We close on the matter of two surprising teams in Southampton and Everton who each have one loss on the season and look to only be gathering pace as the matches continue to pile up.
Time: 43:00 ... get episode
The Book of Sir Alex, City on The Mend and an AC Milan Crash Landing
Mail on Sunday columnist Bob Cass joins to discuss many of the current Premier League trends from early last week including both Manchester teams, the ongoing saga at Newcastle United where Alan Pardew is wrestling a shadow named Joe Kinnear and then we also consider the impact of the Sir Alex Biography that refuses to go away. Lots here on the uneven away form for Manchester City and its source which seems to be Joe Hart and his central defense minus captain Vincent Kompany. We look into whether the release of the Sir Alex autobiography was a case of bad timing, how Arsenal will find it difficult to sustain its top slot and part two digs deeply into the crisis at AC Milan with a heavy does of history mixed in with the events and organizational mistakes that have pushed the Rossoneri into its current crisis state.
Time: 60:00 ... get episode
Matchday Three Confirms Even More Trends and Concerns, PSG Now Emerges
Joining for another top Prime Time Football episode is ESPN and One World Sports commentator Janusz Michallik who helps us gauge the emerging trends, key players at this juncture while always maintaining a barometer on which clubs reveal to have the right kind of balance and ideas in their approach at the elite level of the UEFA Champions League. We begin with the two top candidates in Bayern Munich and PSG who might just have the most complete and balanced teams in this competition at a very early stage. We also examine the best of the rest in Real Madrid and Barcelona with some holes to address themselves and pay homage to the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the revelation in Matchday 3 which happened to be Kaka once again reunited with AC Milan in the Champions League. We also examine the evolving fortunes of Manchester City and Chelsea at a key juncture and the ramifications of a late winner by Borussia Dortmund at the Emirates tossing the Group of Death into even further chaos with Jurgen Klopp and Rafa Benitez now holding an edge due to the two home matches they hold as advantage.
Time: 53:30 ... get episode
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