On this week’s packed Rant Cast regular presenters Ed and Paul look back on Manchester United’s matches against Stoke City in the Premier League and SC Braga in Europe. Sir Alex Ferguson’s team came away with two victories, but once again looked suspect at the back.
Meanwhile, Rio Ferdinand and Ferguson were embroiled in a media row over the Kick It Out t-shirt that never was. Ferguson came within a whisker of a PR disaster, while Ferdinand maintained a quiet dignity. We analyse what the row means for United, Ferguson, Ferdinand and race relations in English football.
We talk about David Gill’s appointment to the Football Association and the inherent conflicts of interest involved, while we laud Ajax fans rejection of “modern football”. And Wayne Rooney’s endorsement of Barrack Obama – does that seal the presidential election?!
Finally, we preview the week ahead with a double-header against Chelsea in the Premier League and Capital One Cup. Also: all your Twitter questions and another competition prize!
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Also worth reading:
- Rant Cast 110 – Rio’s hurt
- Rant Cast 104 – Bilbao’s paradise
- Rant Cast 89 – Eurovision football contest
- Rant Cast 148 – record breakers
- Rant Cast 150 – fall and rise of the Blues
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