With Coxon MIA this week many thought the Pubcast would fall to pieces. However up stepped Jim who took the reigns and hosted a great show and to be honest no one even realised Mike was missing! The Pubcasters headed to Henry’s to chat about the week’s football whilst basking in glorious sunshine. To say there was a “sight” or two to be held wandering around Canary Wharf was an understatement. There was a début from new Pubcaster “Gooner Chris” (as Jim quickly named him) who played the full 45 minutes and impressed his new team mates on his first appearance. It was the first round of the Premier League this weekend and with last week’s Internationals and all of the rest of the Football League there was loads to discuss, including Arsenal’s dismal start to the season (sorry Chris…………I’m not sorry).
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On Show #98, live tomorrow for your listening pleasure, Pubcast host Jim talks up his teams new loan signing in the shape of USA International Robbie Findley
It’s certainly a good signing for League 2 Gillingham, this fella started against England in the last World Cup, but his career hasn’t been without it’s low points…
These were the scenes that greeted the final whistle of last night’s League 2 encounter between Bradford City and Crawley Town. 5 players were eventually sent off once the dust had settled… unfortunately Crawley manager Steve Evans receives no punishment (physical or regulatory)
I love Paolo Di Canio in the same way I love Jose Mourinho, because of his sometimes erratic, slightly sociopathic but always entertaining personality. After being sent to the stands (not for the first time this season) during Swindon’s 1-0 win over Macclesfield last Saturday, Di Canio had a few choice words for the officials in his post match interview. Personally I’d let him do what he wants!!
Apologies for my shocking tardiness with getting this video on the blog – I’m sure Paolo himself wouldn’t stand for it. After all, one of Mussolini’s most famous principles was punctuality – he always made the trains run on time and all that. Anyway, questionable political views aside, Di Canio is always good for a bit of entertainment, and this celebration after Swindon’s last minute winner at Northampton is no exception. Well worth the one match ban given by the humourless FA – the bloody fascists.
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