Rant Cast 132 – statues

November 30, 2012 Tags: Rant Cast 3 comments

On this week’s packed Rant Cast we review Manchester United’s victories over Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United at Old Trafford – occasions on which the Reds did very little to impress but gained valuable points in the Premier League title race.

It was a week in which legends and nostalgia reigned. United supporters celebrated 20 years of Eric Cantona’s signature, while Sir Alex Ferguson’s statute was finally unveiled underneath the eponymously named stand at Old Trafford.

We also talk about Anders Lindegaard’s call for a “gay hero” in professional football – what are the chances of a more progressive view from football fans? Finally, we take your questions, and look ahead to the football in the week ahead!

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Gaurav - November 30, 2012 Reply

You guys know that the rantcast doesn’t work, right? It says “File not found”.

Maybe the file didn’t upload right?

Ed - November 30, 2012 Reply

Gaurav – works fine for me. File is definitely there

Scott - November 30, 2012 Reply

Good moaning. Another winderful rint cost. I thought this edition had a little more about it as we French say.

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