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Episode 636 - Submissive Greedy Horses

On this week's show I'm joined by Dan Critchlow of the Daily Cannon to talk about the latest from pre-season, including two 4-1 wins over Millwall and Watford. There's also chat about the two London derbies we face before the start of the season; a Granit Xhaka situation which has the potential to get complicated; rumours linking us with Martin Odegaard and whether he'd be worth the fee that would tempt Real Madrid to sell; what we should be looking for from Thomas Partey next season; departures; and lots more, including a healthy dose of the usual waffle.


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