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Lord Jordan always pays his debts

Jim, Simon and Carlton Palmer are on today's episode as Simon surprises Jim with one-thousand pounds worth of 20p coins! To pay his debt for a pre-season bet about Newcastle achieving European football this season. They also discuss piracy in the Premier League and whether TV packages are too expensive for fans, plus Simon explains why he thinks Graham Potter could be a good fit at Crystal Palace.

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