Wherein Our Heroes feel empathy for David Moyes and his bid to save The Hammers from the drop. Sevilla’s manager drops a bomb on his players at half-time against Liverpool, to great effect. Socceroos manager Ange Postecoglou resigns suddenly, forfeiting his opportunity to become the first manager to guide Australia in two World Cups. Also, the first leg of the MLS Conference Finals are discussed at great, great length.
Wherein Our Heroes celebrate an unstoppable Real Madrid, first-time repeat holders in the Champions League era. Aaron Ramsey purchases a classy abode in Wales, complete with helipad and golf course. John Terry reveals some of José Mourinho’s more unsavoury management methods, Washington Square FC are lauded for their choice of shirt sponsor, and Roy Larner is extolled for his bravery in the face of the recent attacks in London. Also, Adam aces a Canadian Citizenship Test, natch.
Wherein Our Heroes claim their place as 50 percent more influential than all other podcasts for the next thousand years. Columbus deals with mean tweets after unveiling their new kit, Massimo Cellino enters the annals of Joey Barton glory, and we are both havin’ recent goings-on with two Canadian MLS clubs. Also, Spurs and Arsenal score decisive victories and the two Manchester clubs fall further off the pace. Hah!
Wherein Our Heroes lube themselves in irreverence and slide into goings on with Brendan Rodgers, José Mourinho, and Manchester United’s tactical woes. Arsenal won’t let their partner finish, Aguero bags five in one day, and the MLS nears its trembling climax. Also, John Terry nets a Tesco gift card for malodorous parking practices.