It has been a busy fortnight since the last Rant Cast. José Mourinho’s side lost at Stamford Bridge – again – the manager criticised the fans – again – and everybody was bored by the international break – again.
Victory for José Mourinho’s side against Tottenham Hotspur, so why was the United manager so animated post-match? Ed & Paul look back on a crucial victory at Old Trafford, together with games against Benfica, Swansea City and Huddersfield.
You wait years for a 4-0 to turn up and then a whole bunch come along all at once. This week Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace became the latest victim of Manchester United’s favourite scoreline. It was so easy that José Mourinho’s men barely got out of first gear.
How big is your dick? No, go on, tell us. Some Manchester United fans think Romelu Lukaku’s is rather large. Far too many have forgotten the tragic past and present that particular racial stereotype represents. Ed & Paul dissect the controversy and tell fellow fans to just stop. Now.
Standard. Sure, it may have taken three goals in the last seven minutes to break Everton, but Manchester United 4 is fast becoming the most popular scoreline this season. It was also the day Wayne Rooney returned to Old Trafford – he was mostly confused about his position.
Rant Cast 316 says we just podcasted! Ed and Paul look back at the international bre…well, they think very briefly about looking back at the international break, take as many listener questions as they could possibly get into the show and preview United’s trip to Stoke.
Only 2-0? Mourinho out! No, but seriously, Ed and Paul look back on United’s win over Leicester, exactly the kind of game the team would have drawn last season, discuss the Return of the Zlat, Rooney’s international retirement and take a lot of listener questions.
Well, that was fun! Ed and Paul look back over Manchester United’s 4-0 victory over Swansea City, revel in the 3 minutes of glorious football which brought about the comfortable scoreline and sing the praises of United’s start to the season. Tougher tests await, but it’s fun for now. Read More