Episode 95: ABBA, Take a Chance on Me

Wherein Our Heroes deep-dive two behemoths of the cultural zeitgeist before branching into their passion, The Beautiful Game. Stevie G weighs in on the ABBA penalty system, MLS successfully reviews a play on the field with the assistance of video, while Don Garber entertains a plethora of expansion bids. Oh, and Neymar breaks the bank.

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Music by: Bear Mountain – www.facebook.com/mybearmountain

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Episode 31: Double-Double

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Wherein Our Heroes offer twice the righteousness in several cases: Steven Gerrard gets a biopic and joins the Telegraph, Caballero and Rashford garner fanfare for their coifs (or lack thereof), and Neapolitan robbers and El Hadji Diouf etch their names in the annals of unsavoury eternity. Van Gaal takes a dive as Manchester United beat Arsenal, Wenger makes excuses, and the Capital One Cup Final is an electrifying affair. Also, why are so many goalkeepers both American and bald?

Send us your questions or comments via e-mail to bothofus@theyounggaffers.com@younggaffers on Twitter, and www.facebook.com/theyounggaffers

Music by: Bear Mountain – www.facebook.com/mybearmountain

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Episode 17: Daniel Sturridge and Jesus Present “You Carried Me”

Wherein Our Heroes are joined by yet another co-host, Fearghal. The fellas play Mourinho for a day, Liverpool and Spurs run rampant, and it’s a nightmare weekend for The Gunners. Toby Alderweireld’s penchant for the wet-hair look helps him rise above, the Los Blancos faithful jeer the fudge out of their star (who wishes to “retire with dignity”), and the MLS may have been underestimated by Stevie and Francis. Also, we make the case to be hired as scribes for the best buddy dramedy to hit the UK airwaves in decades.

Music: “See You Through” by Bear Mountain

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