Rant Cast 121 – every time we say goodbye

On this week’s Rant Cast we say a final goodbye to a much loved and misunderstood friend – Dimitar Berbatov – who is joining Fiorentina Juventus Fulham in a £4 million deal.

Also on the show – we look back on victory over Fulham at Old Trafford. This was a ‘game of two halves’ that saw the Reds take three points despite some very average defending. Rafael, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney made the headlines for various reasons.

We talk transfers – how did United do in the window, were they the right purchases and how will the incomings affect the Reds’ style in the season ahead?

We take your Twitter questions: should Ferguson ban journalists, what’s Tom Cleverley’s best position, and many more!

And finally this week – we look ahead to United’s trip to Southampton at the weekend.

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  1. RobDiabloRobDiablo says

    Good show guys. Paul is right: Japanese is an unaccented language, so each syllable receives the same weight. Where all of the announcers I’ve heard are getting it wrong is in the way they sound the ‘a’, which unlike English, with the different sounding ‘a’s in ‘ate’ and ‘at’, for example, is always pronounced like the ‘a’ in ‘ah’ or ‘awe’. The announcers have been using the ‘a’ from ‘at’ for the first two syllables in Kagawa before just about getting it right on the last syllable.

  2. Alfonso BedoyaAlfonso Bedoya says

    RobDiablo said:
    Good show guys. Paul is right: Japanese is an unaccented language, so each syllable receives the same weight. Where all of the announcers I’ve heard are getting it wrong is in the way they sound the ‘a’, which unlike English, with the different sounding ‘a’s in ‘ate’ and ‘at’, for example, is always pronounced like the ‘a’ in ‘ah’ or ‘awe’. The announcers have been using the ‘a’ from ‘at’ for the first two syllables in Kagawa before just about getting it right on the last syllable.

  3. Andrew says

    Wouldn’t mind Herbie’s views here. Can’t wait for the day Herbie reveals himself as Sir Alex Ferguson and that he’s been having a laugh at everyone for years

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