The Padcast: Listen here
To the strains of the theme tune from the Great Escape this week’s Padcast tucks into the meatiest of content to discuss the final day of the Premier League season. It’s like fillet steak for your ears.
Roy Hodgson’s first England squad – for Euro 2012 – is up for debate too with Mark Odgen, the Daily Telegraph’s Northern Football Correspondent. Mark sits in to give his insight on who Roy will pick and he proposes his own three-keeper, nine-defender, seven-midfield, four-striker solution. Controversial, eh?
“Theo Walcott can play as a striker despite his dubious record of putting the ball in the back of the net,” says Mark.
Other matters up for discussion include Giovanni Trapattoni’s Ireland squad featuring James McClean and how the betting looks ahead of Premier League D-Day.
Manchester United are at Sunderland looking for a miracle while Manchester City host QPR with trophy polish at the ready. Only Joey Barton and several studs stand in their way.
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