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Jack and Robert are back, one week older and one point to the better. But we all know it should have been three points.
On this week's Holtecast, we break down Aston Villa's performances against Manchester United over the weekend and Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. One was expected, the other wasn't good enough. There are sure to be calls for heads to roll and things that we'll regret saying later, but what is a podcast for if not snap judgments?
Then we turn our focus to the future. Can Villa get anything out of a tough trip to White Hart Lane against Tottenham Hotspur. Probably not! But we see if we can find something that might work for Tactics Tim.
Alright, losing 3-0 to Arsenal is fine. Doing the same to Chelsea? Acceptable. A 2-0 loss that was competitive for 82 minutes to Manchester City was even, dare we say it, encouraging. But 3-0 to Everton? A team that had allowed more goals than any other in the Premier League? Well, that's just infuriating.
And it doesn't help that Aston Villa played terribly to boot.
Jack and Robert are back to dissect yet another loss. Four in a row in a stretch that we knew was capable of producing exactly that kind of run. And in fact, that's the only thing keeping most Villa fans sane right now. Lose 3-0 to QPR on Monday, though, and you can bet we all lose that tenuous grasp.
In this episode, we previewed the upcoming match for Fulham against QPR at Craven Cottage. We also played an interview done earlier this week with Fulham right back Sascha Riether. Finally, during the show we had an interview with Dean Jones, who is a football writer for The People. Please take a listen.
In this episode we first looked back at the 2-1 victory for Fulham against Newcastle. In the second half of the show, we previewed the upcoming derby against QPR.
We were also joined during the show by Simon Peach who covers Fulham for the Press Association. Please take a listen.
Russ and Kyle break down the Odense 2-0 victory on Thursday. They will then preview the upcoming QPR Match with special guest Jacob Murtagh who is a reporter for Trinity Mirror covering QPR and Fulham. He will be joining the guys to discuss this Derby on Sunday. Please do listen live and feel free to give them a call.
Daryl and Taylor are back from their mini-vacation to give their very specific predictions for some of this weekend's games, including Arsenal v Manchester City (Saturday, 7:45am EST), Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (Saturday, 2:00pm), and Manchester United v QPR (Sunday, 11:00am). The guys also briefly recap England 2 - Switzerland 0, and give their thoughts on the Euro Qualifiers thus far (spoiler alert: they like them). Finally, it's the "Still Untitled Listener Questions Segment", a book giveaway, and some thank yous to some very generous people!
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Well this is unexpected. We're back for another week of podcasting and Aston Villa... won? They traveled to White Hart Lane and pulled off an unexpected victory. The Great Tim Sherwood Narrative™ was fulfilled and Villa managed to salvage a week that began with a disappointing result against QPR. And oh the things it did for their league standing.
Now, although relegation safety isn't assured, it seems more likely than ever that Villa will be a part of the Premier League next year. And that means that we can turn our eyes to this weekend's FA Cup semifinal against Liverpool at Wembley. Unfortunately, Villa go in looking like a MASH ward and what once looked like a tough but winnable match now looks like an immense uphill climb.
We dive into both matches as well as Jack's relegation poaching series, your questions from twitter, and more.
Jack and Robert return after taking their very own international break. And what a week to come back to. All was mostly quiet on the Aston Villa front, but in the next few days the club have three hugely important Premier League matches coming up.
And the first is this Saturday's trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. We dig into that match with a bit of a preview and also glimpse ahead at the QPR match on Tuesday.
We've also got injury news, Darren Bent rumours, your questions, and more!
At 5:30 PM EST/10:30 PM UK time, the BDSIR Network brings you another episode of No Foul Play. After a week of International fixtures, league play have resumed as the leagues are on the final stretch of the season. In Spain, Real Madrid resumed their winning ways by trashing lowly Granada 9-1. Cristiano Ronaldo was able to score five in his encounter, plus the return of James Rodriguez after a lengthy two month sideline from injury. Barcelona look to widen the gap as they take on Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid win, and a tasty match between Valencia and Villarreal to add suspense for the final straight qualification in the UEFA Champions League next season.
Ligue 1 has title implications today as Marseille takes on PSG. Whom came out on top in this French match? Hugo lost a bet to Ric after Borussia Dortmund fell to Bayern Munich 1-0 from the Signal Iduna Park. However, did Bayern Munich's performance convince? Major League Soccer has impressed some of us in the show, as the Chicago Fire, MLS's perhaps worst team, have won two in a row by beating money powered Toronto FC as Ric and Andy will cover some MLS talk. Hugo will also talk a bit about football in South America.
Finally, in the Barclays Premier League, Sunderland were able to pull away from the relegation zone, as QPR, Leicester City, and Burnley were able to add points to their table, but Hull City and Aston Villa both fall. What about the top four? Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United all win, Manchester City as a game at hand, but both Southampton and Liverpool lose major ground in the top four spots. It seems that the top four are signed, sealed, and delivered, but how will it all pan out at the end of the season?
Jam packed show for you guys tonight. The number to call is (347) 637-3859 if you're in the U.S. or Canada, or you can Skype into the show by clicking on the live show link at the start of the show. You can also tweet us directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY!
Our expert panel along with yankJim and Coach react to the Chelsea v Man City draw. Without Costa and Fabregas did the Blues come out ahead? What's the deal with Jose Morinho? The banter between scouserCraig (hates Mourinho) and chelseaMartin can hardly be contained! We review the Liverpool turnaround that only got better with the long awaited return of Daniel Sturridge. A solid BPL win over upstart West Ham and a come from behind FA Cup win over Bolton continues the Reds' resurgence. Is Coach in trouble in his wager with the Scouser on Southampton finishing above Liverpool in the final standings? Is Arsenal poised to move into the top four with a five nil pounding of hapless Aston Villa? Leveraging their road win over City, the Gunners up aggressiveness and physicality while benefitting from the return of key players from injury. Just fired QPR manager Harry Rednapp for manager of the England National team? leedsJane (VP of the podcast!) has a take! Twoyanksvbritsscoccershow 5 by 5 Pickem Competition starts this weekend - the panel picks five games including this week's Merseyside Derby (Everton v Liverpool) and London Derby (Tottenham v Arsenal). Who thinks the Harry Kane led Spurs can take down the on-fire Gunners? New venue, new studio-like technology and a new name - you gotta hear the first installment of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!
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