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The Footytube Podcast: "Was Di Canios Show Of Passion Sincere?"
Matt (Footytube Staff) 1 year ago
This week we look at the Premier League results paying particular attention to Arsenal v Norwich and Newcastle v Sunderland. We ask if the new Sunderland manager is being honest. We also take a look at the FA Cup semi finals with emphasis on Chelsea v Man City. Plus another round of the game now entitled 'Lie down and Fake it'.














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Music is 'Fear of Losing' by The Alaskan Pipeline.
http://www.thealaskanpipeline.com/ap2/
Djbeltiburon (Manchester United) 1 year ago
Aguero wasn't banned...
Matt (Footytube Staff) 1 year ago
We found this out about 5 minutes after finishing recording, What a joke!
Mt1234 (Bolton Wanderers) 1 year ago
Oh buy. Harsh question for the title. I'll have to listen.
ManOnDMoon (Manchester City) 1 year ago
Passion sincere? It was like that classic poem printed on a €5 shirt.
A bit cheap, kitsch. It takes something before Mourinho slides on his knees. Mixed feelings about both guys here.

But Di Canio was living in England for so long, he understands the Premier League and its rivalries. It's not like a manager moved to the EPL 2 weeeks ago and goes wild about something he can't understand.

New feature nice and funny again, I have a message for Frank Lampard
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Superior stabat lupus, longeque inferior agnus. Tunc fauce improba latro incitatus iurgii causam intulit: "Cur - inquit - turbulentam fecisti mihi aquam bibenti? "
Laniger contra timens :
"Qui possum - quaeso - facere quod quereris, lupe? A te decurrit ad meos haustus liquor. "
Repulsus ille veritatis viribus:
"Ante hos sex menses male - ait - dixisti mihi".
Respondit agnus:
"Equidem natus non eram!"
"Pater, hercle, tuus - ille inquit - male dixit mihi!"
Atque ita correptum lacerat iniusta
Nece.
Haec propter illos scripta est homines fabula qui fictis causis innocentes opprimunt.



   
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