Aaron West is rejoined by Adam Digby, Sam Lewis and Greg Cimilluca to talk all things Serie A, including a special appearance from Sam’s soon-to-be constant companion this season, “Glen”.
Aaron West is joined again by Adam Digby and Sam Lewis to review week 2 of Serie A, preview week 3? and generally take the piss out of each other.
A West and Dre return to discuss the world of football, including the Manchester United players’ complaints about LVG’s training regime, the David De Gea saga, flailing Netherlands, the USMNT’s direction, Man United vs Liverpool, Milan vs Inter and more.
Aaron West is joined by Greg Cimilluca, Adam Digby and Sam Lewis to review Week 1 of Serie A & preview Week 2.
Aaron West is joined by Adam Digby and Sam Lewis to preview the 2015/16 Serie A season.
The Special Ones return and the discussion ranges from WWC to Copa America. As it’s now Silly Season, we also discuss several transfer rumors and confirmed deals start off the summer window.
After the international break, club football returns with Italy’s Derby Della Madoninna. Adam Digby previews Milan-Inter and gives us some history on the famous derby.
Share:How nostalgic is it now to think that Mathieu Flamini played well enough in the 2007-2008 season to keep Gilberto Silva on the bench? Granted that Silva was aging and Flamini was only given the chance to start that season due to Gilberto suffering injuries and Diaby being perpetually crocked as well, but it must be said that his play …
Share:My name is Sam Lewis. I am English, (not American, contrary to popular belief) born in England to English parents with as far as I’m aware, almost entirely British roots dating back throughout my family history. I am 21, and I’m in love with AC Milan and Italian football. My situation is a rare one. Not entirely unique, but a …
Share:Let us first address the glaring issue: “spade” is a derogatory racial term used to describe black people in the United States in the post-Civil War era. It’s no longer openly used in mainstream culture because of the gigantic strides made in civil rights since then. Gigantic strides. Black people are no longer considered 3/5ths of a white male, land …
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