Rant Cast 166 – the book of Ferg

Rant Cast

On this week’s packed Rant Cast regular presenters Ed and Paul discuss Manchester United’s fixtures against Southampton and Real Sociedad at Old Trafford. In the Premier League a late Southampton goal snatched a point for the visitors, but what part did United manager David Moyes play with a late defensive substitution?

Then, in the Champions League, United put in one of the more impressive performances of a disappointing season to date, beating the Basque club 1-0 with an exciting performance from Shinji Kagawa thrown in for good measure.

We talk about Sir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography, with the former manager laying bare his relationship with Roy Keane, David Beckham and others. But did the Scot go too far in revealing the dressing room’s secrets, while omitting to discuss the most controversial aspect of his 25 year Old Trafford reign: the Glazer takeover.

Finally, we take your questions and look ahead to matches against Stoke City in the Premier League and Norwich City in the Capital One Cup.

 

Hit us up with any feedback below or follow the pod on Twitter: Paul – @UtdRantCast, Ed – @UnitedRant.

And if you really love the show, you can always help cover our rising bandwidth costs by making a small donation!

Stream this episode using the player below or listen on iTunes and leave us a review! The podcast RSS feed is available here.

Rant Cast is produced by Tom Jenkins, TEEJSOUND

Share Button
Rant Cast Episode
Play

Comments

  1. 19 and Counting says:

    “With Shinji, everybody tells me about his ability and what he has got, but tonight is the first time I’ve really seen Shinji.”

    Still can’t believe he said that. If nothing else, DM should be sacked just for this and this alone. What is he thinking?

  2. OUt goes Nani and Cleverley and in go two goals. Go figure.

  3. Gopher Brown says:

    Cast don’t have a song called ‘Higher Ground’

  4. Soton nobodies bossed us in midfield and broke down the wings against us all night.

    Fellani awful. Absolutely awful.

    And Rooney may not have had a great match, but without him and his efforts, where would we be this season?

Speak Your Mind

*