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Santa Cast 248 – Van Gaal on the brink

Ed December 22, 2015 Tags: Rant Cast 21 comments
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After a two-week break, the show this week catches up on Manchester United’s three defeats over the past fortnight. Those losses – to Wolfsburg, Bournemouth and Norwich City – leave Louis van Gaal close to dismissal, with supporters, players and perhaps the board having finally turned. Ed & Paul discuss a calamitous period for United and Van Gaal, with José Mourinho’s sacking at Chelsea opening the door to the Portuguese manager at Old Trafford. Read More

Rant Cast 247 – hungry

Ed December 9, 2015 Tags: Rant Cast 11 comments
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*This week’s show was recorded before United’s defeat at Wolfsburg in the Champions League.*

In this week’s show Ed & Paul look back on United’s draw with West Ham United at Old Trafford, asking why the team failed to score despite recording 21 shots on goal. While United’s draw with the east London side offered more positive signs than the previous week’s stalemate against Leicester City, the pod asks whether Louis van Gaal is truly making progress at Old Trafford? Read More

Rant Cast 246 – good times

Ed December 1, 2015 Tags: Rant Cast 5 comments
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It couldn’t last – the entertainment that is. And so it passed, with Manchester United completing two bore-draws inside a week. Plus ça change. First, against PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League, with the Reds’ scoreless draw leaving United’s ongoing participation in the competition hanging in the balance. Then, at the weekend, where Louis van Gaal’s team drew at Leiester City in another thoroughly uninspiring performance. Read More

Rant Cast 244 – lost in translation

Ed November 10, 2015 Tags: Rant Cast 5 comments
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Not one, but two victories for Louis van Gaal’s side this week. First, United moved to within one win of qualification for the Champions League Round of 16 with victory over CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford. Then came a 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion. Yes, that was two goals – the first time United had scored twice in seven games. Read More