Rant Cast 217 – RIP $tevie Me

and January 5, 2015 Tags: The Pod 4 comments
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Liverpool is in mourning, with captain Steven Gerrard announcing his death retirement move to another club for shed loads of money, eight years after nearly moving to Chelsea for bucketfuls of cash. Regular presenters Ed & Paul join the national wailing … or not.

Also on this week’s show: a full review of United’s disappointing performances against Stoke City in the Premier League and Yeovil Town in the FA Cup. Is it time Louis van Gaal revisited his strategy away from home, where United has won just three times this season?

There’s a preview of next weekend’s home fixture with Southampton at Old Trafford and a look ahead to the fixture with Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.

Finally, your questions and a very special competition with Mils Art.

* Rant Cast is taking a break next week. We’ll be with you again on 19 January!


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Subterranean Steve - January 5, 2015 Reply

After Real Sociedad’s result on the weekend, will you have to revise the use of the word “Moyesian”?

Ed - January 5, 2015 Reply

Ah but it was a very Moyesian performance. 27% possession and no shots on target – at home!

Subterranean Steve - January 5, 2015 Reply

In the ever-changing football landscape, it’s reassuring to know that two things remain constant, Moyes’ approach to football and Gerrard’s collection of Premier League winners medals.

Red Dave - January 5, 2015 Reply

Embarrassingly sad about the lack of Rantcast next week. Perhaps a shout-out in the episode on the 19th could ease my suffering…

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