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The Football Huddle

The Football Huddle, is where Colm Ahern, Andrew Knowles and Dan Murphy put their heads together and attempt to deconstruct the beautiful game, pass by pass. They might fail while doing so, but at least you can chuckle at their ineptness.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 27, 2016

Gary Cahill and David Luiz lead a terrible Chelsea defence into a horrendous performance that saw Sanchez and Ozil take apart their London rivals. Liverpool's defensive frailties are being hidden by their attacking threat of six midfielders that can't stop scoring. And Leicester concede from corners, as the champions get destroyed by a Manchester United without Wayne Rooney in their line-up

As well as that, Sam Allardyce is no longer England manager after being caught on a hidden camera drinking a pint of wine and looking for £400k, Francesco Totti turns 40, and Cristiano Ronaldo has an awful tongue on him.

All this plus Getting Bling with The Football Huddle where normal service has been resumed.

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Sep 21, 2016

Troy Deeney and Watford stun Manchester United at Vicarage Road as they beat Jose Mourinho's team of superstars 3-1 which brings The Special One's time at the Theatre of Dreams into question. Manchester City continue to impress as Kevin De Bruyne is heralded as the second best player in the world. And Ronald Koeman may very well be the signing of the Summer as Everton go from strength to strength with their 600-game man, Gareth Barry, netting against Middlesbrough.

As well as that, Frank de Boer's employment as Inter Milan is under threat from Diego Simeone, Cavani is leading the charge to get PSG back on top and Joey Barton likes a flutter.

All this plus Getting Bling /Barton with The Football Huddle where we've actually won you money. I know. We're as surprised as you are.

Tell your friends to join and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan, every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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Sep 13, 2016

Pep Guardiola wins the first English battle between him and his nemesis, Jose Mourinho, but action on the pitch steals the headlines as Man City make United look like schoolboys, even with Claudio Bravo's European-inspired, seat-of-your-pants, goalkeeping. Leroy Fer of all people scored against Chelsea to help them get a draw against the London club, even if his goal could've been seen on the moon. And while West Ham's new home is a glorious piece of architecture, their football is crumbling as Watford beat them 4-2.

As well as that, moving to Liverpool was the biggest mistake of Mario Balotelli's life and Joe Hart did an impression of Claudio Bravo in his Torino debut.

All this plus Getting Bling with The Football Huddle where we promise we'll win you money, this week...promise.

Tell your friends to join and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan, every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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Sep 6, 2016

Liverpool's Adam Lallana saves England and new manager Sam Allardyce from a lambasting in the media as his goal saw England pick up three points in their first World Cup qualifying game against Slovakia -- but Wayne Rooney can play where he likes. Ireland appear to have taken 14 steps back from their Euro 2016 heroics as they scrape a 1-1 draw against Serbia, while their Group D counterparts, Wales, demolish Moldova. 

As well as that, Scotland pick Malta apart as Robert Snodgrass gets a hat trick, it remains goalless in Northern Ireland and Czech Republic tie and Deadline Day has come and gone.

All this plus Getting Bling with The Football Huddle. You know the score by now.

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