Devang Desai and James Bigg sit down to discuss the big news of the day. David Moyes’ short time as Manchester United boss is reportedly coming to a close. Who is to blame, how bad can it get and what will the future will hold are questions we cover. Enjoy!
Posted by Devang Desai under David Moyes, EPL, Everton, Manchester United on Apr 21, 2014
Posted by Devang Desai under Atlético Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, Counter Attack Podcast, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Uefa Champions League on Apr 03, 2014
Devang Desai and Richard Whittall sit down to discuss the U.S – Mexico friendly, this week’s Champions League action and Jose Mourinho’s striker problem.
Posted by Devang Desai under Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Chelsea, Counter Attack Podcast, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United on Mar 28, 2014
Devang Desai, Richard Whittall and James Bigg sit down to talk about another Manchester Derby dominated by City, the future of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and Bayern Munich’s latest triumph.
Posted by Devang Desai under Atlético Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, Manchester United, PSG, Real Madrid, Uefa Champions League on Mar 21, 2014
Devang Desai, Richard Whittall, James Bigg and Gianluca Nesci sit down to talk about the Champions League quarterfinal draw. Can Manchester United channel the magic of 1999, Borussia Dortmund look to do the impossible and who is the favorite to win it all — all this and more in the latest edition of the Counter Attack Podcast!
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Posted by Devang Desai under Arsenal, Counter Attack Podcast, Wigan on Mar 10, 2014
Posted by Devang Desai under Counter Attack Podcast, World Cup 2014 on Mar 06, 2014
Devang Desai, James Bigg and pod newcomer Gianluca Nesci sit down to talk about Jack Wilshere’s injury, Brazil’s sterling performance and Mesut Ozil’s rough 2014.
Posted by Devang Desai under Barcelona, La Liga on Mar 04, 2014
“What’s your problem, can’t you afford the money for a haircut?”
Those were the first words uttered at 19-year-old Carles Puyol after his first training session with Barcelona’s senior team, and they came from legendary manager Louis van Gaal.
How’s that for a warm welcome?
Sixteen years later, Puyol will leave Barcelona as one of the most decorated players in club history. On Tuesday, the veteran defender announced he was leaving the club in the summer.
On-going fitness problems compounded by two knee operations in October conspired to remove the most important trait from Puyol’s game: confidence.
So where does he stand among the greats that have passed through the tunnels of Camp Nou? He’s up there. Read the rest of this entry »