On this week’s packed podcast we look back at Manchester United’s victory over Liverpool at Anfield – a day which began with eyes focused on visiting supporters’ behaviour, and ended with Scouse abuse of referee Mark Halsey. Sadly, however, captain Nemanja Vidić did not play, with the Serbian missing for at least two months.
We take in the Capital One Cup, with a youthful United side beating Newcastle United at Old Trafford. Anderson and Tom Cleverley got the goals that take the Reds through to a fourth round meeting with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Is this a new start for the big-boned Brazilian midfielder, or yet another false dawn?
Given it’s League Cup week we talk youth – the four who debuted on Wednesday night and those who have come through the ranks over the years.
Also on this week’s pod: your Twitter questions and another ‘fabulous’ competition prize to give away to one lucky listener. Finally, we look ahead to the weekend’s fixture with Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford, and United’s visit to Transylvania – as Sir Alex Ferguson’s team takes on CFR Cluj in the Champions League.
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Also worth reading:
- Rant Cast 120 – all we need is… Shinji Kagawa
- Rant Cast 125 – Pundit-tastic
- Rant Cast 104 – Bilbao’s paradise
- Rant Cast 82 – Dimitar Berbatov, couldn’t get a game so played centre-half
- Rant Cast 133 – seeking a defence
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