Aug 18 - 2022

Criscito’s wonder goal, Man Utd’s transfer policy & 30 years of the Premier League

About the Episode

James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan and Brendan Dunlop collectively pick their jaws up off the floor after Toronto FC left back Domenico Criscito scored one of the best goals in Major League Soccer history, during TFC‘s 2-2 draw with the New England Revolution, Wednesday night at BMO Field. Dunny was in the stands and caught the moment on video. The rest of the crew would never have their phone out at a game. Adrian Rabiot’s mother cost him a move to Manchester United, which led to a conversation about parental influence on players. Juventus have counter offered USMNT international Weston McKennie, which leads to a discussion about United’s “throw everything at the wall and see what sticks” transfer policy. The boys debate whether a transfer to Newcastle United is more appealing than a move to Man Utd, and what Red Devils supporters expect from new owners, should the Glazers sell off a piece of the pie. 

  With the Premier League celebrating it’s 30th anniversary, we celebrate our favourite goalkeeper and test Craig’s memory about that historic 1992/93 season. Producer Dan Wong reads from the mail sack which sends Craig down story time road about Dennis Bergkamp, and Jimmy and Craig hang Sharman out to dry, moving just how hard it is to be a television/podcast host working with former professional athletes.    The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don’t miss a second of the action! Subscribe at:    Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop, and Dan Wong  Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole    *This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.*  

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