03/02/2018 Football Focus


03/02/2018

Dan Walker and guests preview the weekend's football action, including Burnley against leaders Manchester City and Arsenal hosting Everton in the late kick-off.


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It's absolutely brilliant.

Oh, this

is is getting better and better.

A

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chance for Ronaldo!

History boys

indeed.

No team has won it more than

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Arsenal.

And the hat-trick.

He has

scored for Germany.

The biggest

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Chelsea celebration of the season.

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Dele Alli, Eriksen - 1-0. Eriksen

inside 10 seconds.

It has gone

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through and prodded in.

Headed in.

Walcott! Walcott for his second for

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Everton.

1-0, Benteke.

Oh, that is

horrendous.

Trippier, and goal.

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Deflected in. Stephens. He squeezed

it in.

Aguero, that is a delightful

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finish. City and their manager

Singing in the Rain.

Clucas ensures

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another victory.

Kane and it is

three.

The former Chelsea man has

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put the Cherries in dreamland.

I

love a bit of football under the

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flood lights. Some great midweek

action and we are ready for another

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packed weekend. We will look ahead

with two men of the Mersey, Leon

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Osman and Mark Lawrenson and all

this on the way. Mauricio Pochettino

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on the beautiful game of thrones.

We

watch the seventh season. We were

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focussed on the coaching staff.

Football and then Game of Thrones!

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And the battle at the bottom.

Ten

teams could get relegated. It is our

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aim to make sure we are not one of

those three.

Beckham on the new No

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7.

It is astonishing it has

happened. But we are quited to have

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him. We we we are excited to have

him.

60 years on, Manchester United

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remember Munich. And the dangers of

head tennis.

Everyone's together.

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Heads. Literally heads!

All that to

come. The Premier League weekend

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kicks off with the leaders at Turf

Moor. Team news shortly. And we are

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live at the King Power, Old Trafford

and the Hawthorns and West Brom will

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commemorate the life of Cyrille

Regis. West Ham have sacked their

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head of recruitment over comments

about African players. Big occasion

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tomorrow as Mauricio Pochettino

takes his Spurs side to Anfield.

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Ahead of that, we have been trying

to find out more about the man

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behind the manager. I want to give

you a few options. Movies or

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theatre?

I think movies.

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theatre?

I think movies.

Kempes or

Ardiles.

Ozzy all the time.

Singing

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or dancing.

A problem for me.

You're

from the land of tango.

Maybe sing,

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but dance, no. Very bad.

Lastly, is

your wife still jealous of the

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amount of time you spend with Harry

Kane?

Yes. It is very jealous.

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But... Nice life.

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But... Nice life.

# That's life,

that's what all the people say #

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When you're interacting with the

young people, do you see anything

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that reminds you of you when you

were 14 years old?

Of course, in

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every kid you can see it and you can

always remember me and always it is

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very grateful and very

inspirational.

What do you remember

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of that 14-year-old boy?

When I was,

I was 13...

13.

Is 1 o'clock in the

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morning and two people appear in my

house. Two crazy people. They were

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the head of the Academy and a coach

in the Academy. They were trying to

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find good talent around the country

to have the possibility to go to

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play for a professional club. It was

so exciting. In that moment it was a

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big decision, because it was the

decision to move to Rosario. But I

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don't think and I only follow my

dream. A big decision for my

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parents. That is why I'm always

grateful with them. Today I'm here

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it is because of my parents of

course.

How many hours of a day do

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you think you spend thinking,

talking playing football?

I think my

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life is 24 hours talking about

football. I think for me football is

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the most important thing. Of course

my family. But I think family,

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football are in the same level.

Does

your wife give you any football

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advise?

Of course a lot. Yes, of

course.

And criticism?

Yes. Advice

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and criticism. It is both. But

sometimes I'm so upset, but I like.

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It is important sometimes you can

find different view, that can help

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you to be more creative.

# That's

life...

Dele Alli, Eric son, 1-0.

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There is a swagger about Tottenham

at times.

Tell me about the relaxing

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time you're talking about I watch a

film, what is your favourite film?

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The last was a series of Game of

Thrones. We watch the seven season.

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We focussed, all the coaching staff

- football and then game of thrones.

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It is time to spend time with the

family OK. But you're not going to

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be sleep, you have to be ready for

the day after.

How many hours in one

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sitting did you watch?

Coaching

maybe spend all 3 o'clock in the

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night.

Not you?

Not me.

Really.

No.

What do you like about game of

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thrones?

You can learn how the

people think, the strategy, the

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objectives, the different way to

find to get the best and in football

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it is like this. Football is like

this. Which character in Game of

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Thrones are you? Me?

Yeah. You're

coaching staff are all looking at

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each other. They already have an

idea of who they think you are.

What

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do you think Tony? No. Come on. I'm

Mauricio Pochettino from Turin. I am

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not. I'm the dragon.

You're the

dragon.

And that is that.

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dragon.

And that is that.

Mauricio

Pochettino speaking at the launch of

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his new foundation project called

Passion 4 Coaching, where he led a

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session with local youngsters, it

been funded by his book. You felt

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you learned more about him. What you

do know is that special link between

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manager and players. You can almost

see why he has that affection from

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the players.

Because we don't more

often than not, we don't get the

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personality of the manager. We see

them come on and being interviewed.

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That was good. A sense of humour.

Take the Mickey of yourself, which

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is important in life. He comes

across as good.

Also a reminder for

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Spurs fans that is one reason that

they love imand him and they don't

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want to lose him. They have got to

stop him from going to Real Madrid.

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He is hot property and he is

improving Spurs year on year. That

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is why he has been linked with top

jobs. But he has this ability to

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keep his players happy. He seems

approachable. He seems like the type

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of manager you want to play for.

With regards to the way Spurs are

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going with another move of the

ground, it is important that they

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keep him and the stability he

brings.

The next step is to win

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games away from home against the top

teams. That is one area where his

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record is poor.

This weekend they

have Anfield and I think won one of

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18 away against the top six. If they

can improve on that, that is an easy

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area to gain extra pointses.

It is

probably the only area. They're a

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good side as everybody knows. When

Leicester won it, they came close.

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But the problem is and it is a bit

the same with Liverpool and clubs

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like that, the stronger wealthier

teams keep getting stronger, because

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of the players they sign. It is

difficult.

If you're going to win

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the Premier League and you're going

to win, you have to go away to your

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title rivals and pick up points. Win

the games if you. But not be beaten

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as often as they have. That is the

next step for Mauricio Pochettino.

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Lucas Moura is a bargain?

Lightning

quick. They have made some really

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good signings. Look, you know, you

might argue if not more Manchester

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City, one to eleven, they're as good

as anybody in the Premier League.

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What about Liverpool. Back to

winning ways in t week. Are we

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likely to see a similar performance

to one they saw against Manchester

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City, where they were far too good?

They will hope so. I think both

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teams could have a real go in the

game. Spurs, I know we have

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highlighted their record against top

teams, but they prefer when teams

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open up and play against them.

Liverpool prefer when teams go toe

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to toe.

Liam said outside he wants

Liverpool to be fantastic.

Right.

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Liverpool loaned Daniel Sturridge to

West Brom. He was watching when his

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new side fell behind to Manchester

City. De Bruyne playing in

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Fernandinho for the opener. The

Belgian finished a sweeping second

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half move. De Bruyne made it 2-0 and

Aguero finished things off a 3-0

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victory and put City 15 points clear

of the rest and today they have made

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the short trip to Burnley and Steve

Wilson has the team news.

A chilly,

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wet afternoon at Turf Moor.

Manchester City turn up here having

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15 point lead at the top of the

league. Could be extended to 18. Pep

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Guardiola has made three changes.

Kompany is back in. Danilo at

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left-back and Gundogan in midfield.

Laporte drops to the bench. A few

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City players are not available. Pep

Guardiola has only selected six

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substitutes. He said he doesn't have

anyone else to put on bench. There

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are a couple of changes for Burnley.

Westwood and Arfield sit out. In

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comes Vokes and Aaron Lennon.

Thank

you. We can see, first Manchester

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City on the floor. Laporte on the

bench, £57 million. Manchester City

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have spent more on the their defence

than 52 countries in the world on

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their actual defence budget. He

looks like a great signing?

Yes, he

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stepped in in midweek for his day

lieu and looked like he playing for

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many years. His composure and

passing and his actual ability to

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defend was impressive. There has

been a lot said about Pep Guardiola

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spending money and when you're the

top manager, do you need to spend as

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much as you do. But you know if

you're a top manager and you spot a

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weakness you fill it.

They're such a

fabulous side.

The concern he has is

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protecting that talent. The back

pages today, we're being butchered.

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They're not. But one of the

problems, Dan, is players don't know

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how to tackle now.

Sean Dyche

mentioned that.

They're lightning.

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That was just a poor tackle. But

generally it is split second and

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everything is a split second. When

you play against somebody so quick,

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you think if I can just get to the

ball and he has a touch and by the

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way, they always look worse in slow

motion as everybody knows. Nobody

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goes out to kick Manchester City.

Definitely not.

You don't think that

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is it.

No.

He is over egging that?

Yes. You know, exaggerate it a bit.

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You play Manchester City and I go

out to kick somebody after ten

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minutes and get sent off and 10

against City's 42. No.

There has

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been some shocking tackles, do they

go out to kick City, no, but city

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are so much better you have to find

a way of competing. Whether to be

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more physical and make more tackles.

If you do that, some of the tackles

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will be late.

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Some of their tackles have been

meaty. It is 100 mph. That's the

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difference.

Burnley, eight games

without a win and a tough run, as

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well. What is your assessment of

where they are?

I think they are OK.

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Great start to the season. They

found consistency. They've picked up

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some injuries at the back. They lost

all of the back four, certainly

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three of them over the Christmas

period, and that made it difficult.

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You will see them getting back to

their ways.

How many games have they

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played?

13 left.

OK, 25, look at the

points. If you had said to any

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Burnley supporter at the start of

the season, the position they are in

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now, February, they would have gone

for it.

West Brom beaten by

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Manchester City in the week. A

result which leaves them bottom of

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the table. It has been a tough

season for West Brom for a variety

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of reasons. And we hear from one of

their statesman.

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I cannot believe you have been here

this long.

Tell me about it.

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Even by football standards you get

probably an unexpected win at

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Liverpool in the cup. Then you went

to the long serving mascots funeral.

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And your team are four points adrift

at the bottom of the table. You've

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been through it the last few days.

It's been a busy week. Starting off

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with the win at Anfield. We deserved

it. We played really well in that

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cup game. Monday, Tuesday, they were

difficult days for different

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reasons. Come Saturday we were able

to pay our respects and put on a

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performance to be happy with.

It's

all happening. Craig Paulson has

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decided he is going to review

this...

Can I ask you about VA are?

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Your manager was very outspoken

about the stop starting. -- about

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VAR. Is it difficult to stay in the

zone?

It's difficult because nobody

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knows what is going on. The referee

is trying to listen to what he is

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being told in his earpiece from

wherever he has been told from. The

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players give him a bit for making a

decision. Whether it is right,

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wrong, whether they should or

shouldn't have something. It is part

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and parcel. It must come in because

there is too much riding on

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everything.

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everything. Places in World Cups can

be decided on things like this.

The

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pressure increases on Tony Pulis.

They are ten games without a win.

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Are you shocked to see yourselves

four points adrift? After the double

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bubble at the start of the season.

We shouldn't be where we are but we

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are. The table doesn't lie. There

are ten teams who could get

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relegated realistically. It's our

job, it's our aim to make sure we

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are not one of them.

You surprised

with Tony's reputation that he could

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not find just that little click that

would get you out of it, get moving

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again in the right direction?

When

Tony came in was probably the right

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person. He gave us stability. Things

were not working this year. It is a

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results based business. You need

them to stay in the Premier League.

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That is what happened.

Did the

players contribute when Alan Pardew

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came in, in terms of style? I always

want to ask a West Brom player, this

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reputation for being pragmatic,

being practical, being solid, and

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holding the line, whether it annoyed

you, that tag. Did you go to the new

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manager and say, can we be more

expansive?

When you score two from a

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set piece. Play on the break. When

2-0. It doesn't matter. We played

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really well against Brighton. Our

two came off set pieces. That is a

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weapon to have. But it is important

we do not rely on just that. There

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have been stages in the last couple

of years where we have relied on

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that to get goals. We have better

players here and now than we have

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ever had. We are capable of winning

games in other ways. He cannot be so

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one-dimensional.

Daniel Sturridge on

for his West Brom debut following

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his loan move from Liverpool.

He's a

good player. He's had injury

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problems in the past. That is part

and parcel of the game, I think. His

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personal targets the season. If he

does well for us, schools are a few

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goals, maybe win a few games he

could get himself into the World Cup

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games. -- scores a few goals.

Nice to hear an honest assessment of

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where things are perhaps going wrong

under Tony Pulis and how things have

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changed. Daniel Sturridge comes in.

Came off the bench in their most

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recent game. How do you see that as

a potential loan signing for them

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which could work out for them?

If

they give him enough game time. It

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could work out very well. They have

struggled to score goals. They

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wanted a new manager to bring more

expansive football.

Talking about an

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evolution of style. And how they

have changed a bit under Alan

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Pardew.

You can see that on the

field. They beat Liverpool, you

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would not have expected that at the

start of the season. In Daniel

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Sturridge I feel like he is someone

who can put those chances away. I

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saw him play when they were playing

Everton. They were the better team

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but they couldn't get the second

goal. Maybe Daniel Sturridge could

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get that.

Ten teams could go down.

Southampton are one of them, ten

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games out of 12 without a win.

Southampton seemed to be in a weird

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situation the season. They are not

getting the attention. But there are

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concerns.

By attention do you mean

criticism?

Yes.

Yes. Things will

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chop and change between now and the

end of the season. They got

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themselves back from 1-0 down

against Brighton. I don't think they

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will be relegated. It is already a

concertina effect down there anyway.

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It is daft to say they have too much

quality, because you need some

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scrappers to be down there, but I

don't see Southampton getting

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relegated.

It is also West Brom's

first home game since the death of

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Cyril. It is bound to be another

emotional occasion at the Hawthorns,

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isn't it?

Once again we will walk the fine

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line here between mourning his

passing, and also celebrating his

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life and everything he has achieved.

We have our former players, our

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team-mates, his team-mates, from

back in the 70s, and also from far

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and wide eminent footballers who do

insist they owe an awful lot to him

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to inspire them. I have Jason

Roberts with me, his nephew, and

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Brendan, one of his closest friends.

Even the temperature is three

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degrees here today. It's going to be

quite a day. Take us back. When was

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the first time you clapped eyes on

him on TV or in the flesh.

I signed

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from Cambridge. I signed on a

Thursday, I met him on the Friday.

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My first training session. I

remember seeing him on TV. My

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abiding memory of him is seeing this

huge bloke, with three defenders

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trying to drag him down. Just his

sheer pace. Never heard of it. And

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his power, something I witnessed on

a regular occasion when I joined.

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You made a great speech at his

funeral, saying how easy it was to

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be his nephew until you had to carry

his coffin. And we realised what we

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had lost. What are your thoughts

today?

I have been humbled. The

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family have been with the response

from the club, the footballing

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family, the way people have

responded to my uncle's passing. In

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these moments we recognise he was

more than just a footballer.

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Football was the platform for him to

bring about a social change. Just by

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his presence. Just his grace. The

way he dealt with things. Playing

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alongside great players. He was a

transformative figure in British

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football and I was proud to be

related to him.

We have a treat for

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football fans everywhere,

specifically for West Brom fans.

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Some amazing goals in this little

montage, including, fingers crossed,

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sorry Saints fans, but there is one

against Southampton.

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Regis... Superb!

CHEERING

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He is going it alone. He has the

power. Does he have the boys? He

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has! What a magnificent goal!

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has! What a magnificent goal! What a

great shot, Regis! One for the

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season!

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All of the talk about Regis is not

just talk!

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CHEERING

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So many happy memories for us.

Brendan, we were planning a dinner

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to celebrate 40 years since the

three degrees play together. In our

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discussions about that with you and

with Cyrille, you wanted to

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concentrate on not just making it

about you, but he wanted to include

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all of the other players because

without them you would not have done

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it.

That's right. Sometimes it got

embarrassing but the spotlight used

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to shine so bright on us. We were a

terrific team. When I joined here,

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I'd never seen a player like Derek

statism. -- Derek

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statism. -- Derek Statham. And Ali

Robertson. He would kick anything to

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defend a goal. It was an

extraordinary team for one season

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and it was fantastic to be a part of

it.

To what extent did you have to

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have their backs? What was it like

for you to go to await grounds and

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seeing 10,000 people shouting abuse

at your friends and team-mates

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there?

You noticed in quiet parts of

the game, and when the going was

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standing still, but during the

action you did not take much notice

0:26:500:26:54

of it. But the way they handled the

abuse being thrown at them. They did

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it in the best way. We were an

entertaining team and an exciting

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team. They played a massive part.

Cyrille Particularly with the goals

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he scored.

You hail from County

Durham.

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Durham. Some people had never even

seen a black player before.

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Culturally what adjustments did you

feel you had to make?

Culturally I

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don't think we did. We just welcomed

them in the dressing room, no

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different anybody else. Nothing

changed. We didn't feel any

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different towards them, and I'm sure

it was the same for them with us. It

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was a good dressing room to come

into. The three guys, like the rest

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of the team-mates, more less a band

of brothers because of what we

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achieved in that a very short time.

Too short a time.

You have been very

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clear along with Ian Wright, Andrew

Cole, and many others, by saying

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what an inspiration Cyrille was to

you as a kid.

I was West Brom fan

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because of the three degrees. At

about 12 years old. I wanted to be a

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centre forward. I wanted to be just

like Cyrille, copy what he did. I

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got nowhere near it but he's the

reason I became a footballer. That

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is it, black and white. If you were

to ask the black players of my era,

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they will say the same person.

Defenders, goalkeepers, they will

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say the same person. They will say

the same era of player. He had a

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huge shoulders. We all got on top of

his shoulders and he took us where

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we needed to be. Through him and

Brendan and Lawrie, we became

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professional footballers. We have

all said it, the black players, of

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course, but young players, as well,

we followed these guys.

Never have I

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been prouder to be a fan of this

club and knowing yourself, Brendan,

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and Cyrille. But also being somebody

in the football family. We say

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horrible things to each of the week

in week out, but everybody has come

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together for this. I've been getting

kindness from all over the country,

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and so have you, and your family.

To

know my uncle was to know somebody

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humble. He never wished to put

himself at the forefront of

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anything. But I think he understood

the power he had through his

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actions. I think he did that on the

pitch first and foremost. In life,

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his relationships with people, the

way he treated people, it was

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special. That is why he had such a

transformative impact on the likes

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of Dion, and the people coming

through. I am proud to have been his

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nephew, like I said.

We can have a

lingering shot of the embroidery

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that the Albion will be wearing on

their hearts today. A very special

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moment. Back to you, Dan.

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Some wonderful memories. You and

Alan had a way of playing against

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Cyrille Regis.

Yes his biceps were

bigger than my thighs. We would do

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the old, how you doing Cyrille and

tell him he was playing fantastic.

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If you poked the bear it was game

over. I think he got away with it.

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An emotional day at West Brom. You

can keep up to date with that on

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final score. Highlights of all seven

games tonight on Match of the Day.

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Back to the midweek action and in

Wales Arsenal were all at sea and

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eleven Swans were swimming.

Arsenal

have won four of the last five away

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trips to Swansea. Lacazette, Ozil.

Prodded in. Monreal sneaked in.

0:31:020:31:13

Mawson, on to Clucas. 1-1. That is

horrendous. Cech has gifted a goal.

0:31:130:31:27

Dyer could it safe and he hits the

post. Giroud comes on as a

0:31:270:31:33

substitute. Plenty of stories

linking him with a move away from

0:31:330:31:37

Arsenal. Monreal makes a hash of it.

Ayew still going.

0:31:370:31:45

Ayew still going. And Clucas ensures

another victory in Swansea's escape

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from the drop.

It was a terrific

effort from Swansea, from looking

0:31:500:31:57

like they were going nowhere, in

comes Carvahal and they have picked

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up?

They seem to have solved the

problem of scoring. In that

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particular position in the division

is very difficult to do. Still a

0:32:070:32:11

long way to go. But so far so very

good.

What about the Arsenal side of

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things? They had a dreadful night.

Another one of those results that

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leaves Arsenal fans wondering, where

are we as a club?

It is the same

0:32:250:32:30

problem - three wins away from home

this season. When you're trying to

0:32:300:32:33

compete at the top end of the league

is just not good enough for a club

0:32:330:32:39

the size of Arsenal. They're signing

is players at the top end of the

0:32:390:32:43

field, trying to make a big

statement in Aubameyang after the

0:32:430:32:51

Sanchez saga.

That is a positive

January to bring in Aubameyang and

0:32:510:32:59

Mkhitaryan.

It wasn't a good week to

lose at Swansea. Normally it is

0:32:590:33:05

Wenger out the next day. But it was

talk about Aubameyang and

0:33:050:33:10

Mkhitaryan. As good as those players

are they haven't solved the problem,

0:33:100:33:17

three wins away, defensively a soft

centre still.

They're bringing in

0:33:170:33:22

players in. But why isn't that being

addressed at the back. For many

0:33:220:33:30

years Arsenal fans cried out for a

keeper. He sorted out the midfield

0:33:300:33:34

and that took time. Is he aware that

there is an issue at the back. Is he

0:33:340:33:41

ignoring it or concentrating on

areas he can add to the squad.

0:33:410:33:45

Arsene Wenger obviously more...

Interested in the attacking end of

0:33:450:33:49

the field. It is what excites him.

But at the other end it is moments

0:33:490:33:58

like Xhaka who allows Clucas to run

across him. Sees him all the way and

0:33:580:34:04

doesn't go with him. It is

individual players not taking

0:34:040:34:08

responsibility for doing their jobs.

He is stubborn in that regard. But

0:34:080:34:12

last season, they stumbled on three

at the back and it was well this is

0:34:120:34:16

the way forward and guess what, they

have stopped doing that and they're

0:34:160:34:20

still losing.

Theo Walcott makes a

swift return to Arsenal after his

0:34:200:34:26

first goals for Everton in the week.

Giroud followed him out of door,

0:34:260:34:33

joining Chelsea and then his new

club felt the full impact of a

0:34:330:34:37

Cherry bomb.

Chance, Wilson, 1-0

Bournemouth.

0:34:370:34:48

They have worked that beautifully.

Stanislas to make it two. It is

0:34:480:34:55

Stanislas.

0:34:550:35:00

Stanislas. Oh, it is three, Ake.

What a story for Bournemouth.

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Brilliant from Bournemouth. They

have had a great run since Boxing

0:35:060:35:09

Day.

That would be their best result

since they entered the -- Premier

0:35:090:35:16

League.

Fantastic, but that run

started with a bit of luck at home

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to West Ham. Last minute. Suddenly

it is the slightest things that can

0:35:220:35:29

fill you fill you can confidence.

The Chelsea manager, we talk about

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his future and it seems he is

resigned to what happened, he wanted

0:35:340:35:43

to keep Batshuayi. Barkley is not

quite the man. He seems unhappy.

We

0:35:430:35:50

don't know if he is a Antonio Conte

signing. I suggest he won't be

0:35:500:35:55

sending people Easter eggs, because

he won't be here. There seems to be

0:35:550:35:58

this thing at Chelsea with the

owner, which is after a successful

0:35:580:36:02

season and then you have to kick on

again and make yourself stronger and

0:36:020:36:06

if anything they have made

themselves weaker. I don't get it.

0:36:060:36:11

Antonio Conte won't see the season

out.

But they have made a lot of

0:36:110:36:15

signings since January. They have

brought in quite a number of

0:36:150:36:19

players. So quite a few must be his

players. Maybe not all of them are

0:36:190:36:24

players he wanted. But he got to

choose a lot.

I don't understand. If

0:36:240:36:28

you bring in players that aren't his

signings and if you're the manager

0:36:280:36:32

and you don't rate them, surely you

don't play them.

Welcome to modern

0:36:320:36:38

football!

Thanks - it's been a

while.

You have caught up! Plenty of

0:36:380:36:44

transfers. But what about one that

didn't. Guy Mowbray is at the King

0:36:440:36:51

Power. Any sign of Mr Mahrez?

No. We

haven't seen him at Leicester

0:36:510:36:57

training for the last four days. It

is a situation that does crop up,

0:36:570:37:03

player wants move, doesn't get move

and then turns his hug out. The

0:37:030:37:08

longer it goes on, the worse it will

be. Manchester City didn't get the

0:37:080:37:12

player they wanted. Riyad Mahrez

didn't get the move he wanted.

0:37:120:37:15

Leicester haven't got the money they

feel their player is worth and at

0:37:150:37:19

the moment they haven't got their

player. He has decided he doesn't

0:37:190:37:23

want to be a part of things. It is a

strange one. I have a degree of

0:37:230:37:29

sympathy, but only a degree, because

he is under contract and should be

0:37:290:37:33

doing his job, ramss. Riyad Mahrez.

He has seen Drinkwater and Kante go

0:37:330:37:40

and I wonder if he was told, stay

longer and give us a bit more. He

0:37:400:37:45

wants to play for Manchester City

and he wants to go and win more

0:37:450:37:49

trophies. He will feel at four

hundred grand he has given more than

0:37:490:37:57

enough service to Leicester. I have

sympathy for Leicester, they have a

0:37:570:38:01

player and they want their full

worth for him. But the longer it

0:38:010:38:05

goes on, nobody wins. I thought

Claude Puel handled it well. There

0:38:050:38:10

was an olive branch handed out. If

he comes back and plays and starts

0:38:100:38:15

scoring, players will forget and

fans will move on. But he has to

0:38:150:38:18

come back to training. Speaking of

Pule, him and Carvahal, what

0:38:180:38:25

remarkable jobs they have done.

Leicester are from 18th to 8th. If

0:38:250:38:31

Swansea moves up two places, Swansea

will be all right. I look at those

0:38:310:38:37

two and think, neither appoint m was

great -- appointment ment greeted

0:38:370:38:47

with fan fair. All these managers,

not sexy, but getting the job done.

0:38:470:38:54

There is a few of us should apply?

Thank you.

0:38:540:39:01

Thank you. More from Guy on final

score. Now £25 million took David

0:39:020:39:07

Beckham to Real Madrid in 2003. This

week he announced plans to launch a

0:39:070:39:14

new MLS team in Miami. We caught up

with him in the sunshine state.

0:39:140:39:20

This feels like a bit of a labour of

love. How does it finally feel to

0:39:250:39:29

get it over the line?

There was

moments when I didn't think it was

0:39:290:39:33

going to happen. But I don't like to

lose. I don't give in easily. So I

0:39:330:39:39

knew it was going to happen. I knew

that this was the right place to be.

0:39:390:39:46

I always believed in Miami and this

is where I wanted our team. Finally

0:39:460:39:50

we are here.

How instrumental will

you be in trying to get players from

0:39:500:39:54

Europe?

I think that will be one of

my roles within the group to bring

0:39:540:40:00

talented players and build the

Academy. If rebuild the right

0:40:000:40:05

facilities and bring the right

coaches, we have a hell of a chance

0:40:050:40:08

of bringing home grown talent into

the team.

Another owner, does that

0:40:080:40:12

mean you have ruled out ever being a

manager?

Yes. I mean, I thought you

0:40:120:40:18

were going to say playing again! I

never rule out playing again. I will

0:40:180:40:23

be 60 and will maybe I will give it

one more year. Management has never

0:40:230:40:29

been something I felt passionate

about.

We have seen Ryan and Phil.

0:40:290:40:35

It is great. Ryan at Wales, he is

loved in Wales, people will respect

0:40:350:40:41

himment and with Phil he has a great

opportunity with the talented bunch

0:40:410:40:46

of young English players to have the

chance to lead our country into a

0:40:460:40:50

World Cup. It will be great for Phil

and great for the girls.

Of course I

0:40:500:40:56

have to ask you about United's new

No 7, what do you think of that?

I'm

0:40:560:41:03

still finding it hard to believe.

When you play for a club as big as

0:41:030:41:07

Arsenal for a play hear the is that

talented and has that reputation, to

0:41:070:41:14

then move up north to one of biggest

clubs in the world of course.

0:41:140:41:17

Careful.

I think that it is

astonishing it's happened. But it

0:41:170:41:23

has. We are excited to have him and

excited to see him wearing No 7. He

0:41:230:41:29

is a talented player that is going

to excite the crowd and I'm excited

0:41:290:41:33

to watch him.

Mourinho signed a new

contract and will stay at United,

0:41:330:41:38

what do you make of what he is

building?

I think Manchester

0:41:380:41:42

United's always been about

stability. We saw the success that

0:41:420:41:46

Sir Alex Ferguson had. Obviously the

majority of it was down to him being

0:41:460:41:50

a great manager, but it is about

stability as well. He was given the

0:41:500:41:53

chance to continue to be part of

Manchester United for so many years

0:41:530:41:57

and I think that it is just amazing

to to be part of.

Signed a shrewd

0:41:570:42:03

deal when he went to America.

I

don't know what attracted him to

0:42:030:42:08

Miami. I seriously don't. It beats

me.

He talks about Manchester

0:42:080:42:16

United, still talks of Manchester

United as we. We saw Mourinho admit

0:42:160:42:19

that they're not going to win the

title. He called them the first of

0:42:190:42:24

the last. He has signed a new

contract as well. It seems... You

0:42:240:42:28

never know how long it will last,

but he seems settled.

He seems

0:42:280:42:35

settled enough. There is talk saying

he wanted to get back to London. But

0:42:350:42:40

he is at one of the biggest clubs in

the world. If Manchester City hadn't

0:42:400:42:45

blown everyone away this season he

would be competing at the top. He is

0:42:450:42:49

doing a good job. But as he said, it

is time to concede the Premier

0:42:490:42:55

League. But I think now to the end

of season you will see him prepare

0:42:550:42:59

for next season.

Which job that he

could possibly go to is bigger than

0:42:590:43:07

United. Are we only saying PSG? I

don't think that will happen. If

0:43:070:43:15

they're UK Cesc isful. -- if they

are successful. So right place,

0:43:150:43:20

right time.

David Beckham spent 12

years at United and next Tuesday is

0:43:200:43:28

the 60th Sanners anniversary of the

air crash that claimed the lives of

0:43:280:43:39

the legendary Busby Babes. This is

why we will always remember Munich.

0:43:390:43:46

In the Munich tunnel there is a

mural that talks about before the

0:43:460:43:51

crash, United belonged to

Manchester, suddenly United belonged

0:43:510:43:54

to the world. It was all down to the

charisma of this team that no longer

0:43:540:44:00

existed. They went to play a game,

but they didn't come home.

0:44:000:44:08

but they didn't come home.

Matt

Busby was making great head way with

0:44:110:44:13

his concept of signing young players

to mould them and bring them up in

0:44:130:44:18

his image. Hence the Busby Babes.

They were exceptional in the sense

0:44:180:44:25

that they had youth, they had

talent, they had ambition, they were

0:44:250:44:33

being led by Busby the right way. So

the world was their oyster really.

0:44:330:44:40

It is too late. It is there. Lovely

goal by Whelan.

Manchester United

0:44:400:44:50

have never got the best reputation

for breeding young players at that

0:44:500:44:54

time it was unheard of that young

players were replacing people in

0:44:540:45:00

their middle 30s.

I think the youth

of that team, the Busby team, the

0:45:000:45:05

Busby Babes as they called them, I

think they the oldest player was 29

0:45:050:45:11

or 30. Does that not speak for

itself? .

0:45:110:45:19

itself? .

Matt Busby thought of

European football, I have proved I

0:45:190:45:22

have the best team in England. Now,

I want to prove that we have got the

0:45:220:45:26

best team in Europe.

We played Red

Star bell braid and everyone was --

0:45:260:45:33

bell grade and everyone was excited,

because we were near the

0:45:330:45:37

semi-finals. Everyone knows if

you're anything to do with

0:45:370:45:39

Manchester United what happened and

it was just a nightmare.

0:45:390:45:48

We know there are 23 survivors after

the air crash in Munich. These are

0:45:490:45:54

the people known to have survived.

The Manchester United party, Matt

0:45:540:45:58

Busby, manager, the following

players. Greg, would, branch

0:45:580:46:04

Flower...

0:46:040:46:05

I remember waking up about 50, 60

yards from the aeroplane, still

0:46:080:46:13

strapped to my seat. I don't know

how that happened.

I remember a

0:46:130:46:22

Volkswagen van ploughing through the

snow to pick up the injured bodies.

0:46:220:46:30

I was one of the lucky ones. I would

be telling lies if I said I thought

0:46:300:46:35

about it all the time. In fact, I

would go insane.

23 people died.

0:46:350:46:42

Along with the players, lots of

other people on the plane, trainers,

0:46:420:46:47

coaches, members of the press.

Duncan Edwards lingered on for 15

0:46:470:46:56

days before he finally lost his

fight.

I wondered what would happen.

0:46:560:47:01

I wondered how we would be able to

recover. But recover we had to do.

0:47:010:47:10

Charlton! He has got another!

CHEERING

0:47:100:47:18

When the final whistle went

everybody dashed to him. They were

0:47:180:47:25

his players who got lost in Munich.

They were his lives. It was his

0:47:250:47:30

team. The old man could feel as

though what he started out was

0:47:300:47:36

eventually back on.

People I admired

the perseverance and determination

0:47:360:47:45

-- people admired the perseverance

and determination of the club to

0:47:450:47:48

produce something special.

One of

the things Matt Busby was very keen

0:47:480:47:53

to continue after Munich was to

promote players from the juniors. In

0:47:530:47:57

the last 15 years there's always

been a member of the youth team in

0:47:570:48:03

the first-team squad. This is a

legacy which is very important to

0:48:030:48:06

the club. It is in the DNA of the

club. It is continuing now.

Bob and

0:48:060:48:14

myself, the last three left. The Red

Devils spirit never died.

0:48:140:48:19

A huge thank you to everybody who

spoke to us for that. It is hard to

0:48:210:48:26

believe that it still has such an

impact 60 years on and on so many

0:48:260:48:29

fans around the world. Jimmy, who

works on this programme, he's a big

0:48:290:48:36

register United fan. He has brought

this in today. This is the

0:48:360:48:41

Manchester United programme from the

game after the Munich air disaster.

0:48:410:48:45

You can see on the front page,

United will go on. If you look

0:48:450:48:49

inside, have a look at the team

sheet, a game against Sheffield

0:48:490:48:53

Wednesday in the FA Cup. This is the

Sheffield Wednesday team at the

0:48:530:48:57

bottom. And you can see that the

Manchester United side was

0:48:570:49:01

completely blank because they did

not know who would play, who was

0:49:010:49:04

available. Then Harry Gregg,

unbelievably, played in that game

0:49:040:49:07

against Sheffield Wednesday. That's

the programme from that game 60

0:49:070:49:12

years ago. The anniversary is on

Tuesday. United take on Huddersfield

0:49:120:49:15

today. Steve is at Old Trafford. I

wonder how the club will be paying

0:49:150:49:25

their respects this weekend.

Lots of thought has gone into it

0:49:250:49:30

today. Every single fan, when they

come into the stadium today, there

0:49:300:49:34

will be a pat on their seat. In that

pack is a letter from Ed Woodward

0:49:340:49:39

explaining what is happening today

and in that Memorial service on

0:49:390:49:45

Tuesday. Today's programme is all

about remembering. With those names

0:49:450:49:50

of the Manchester United players who

sadly lost their lives that day. And

0:49:500:49:55

the Busby boys on the back. Each and

every supporter, and this perhaps is

0:49:550:50:00

more crucial for the younger

generation, is getting a 64 page

0:50:000:50:05

booklet entitled The Flowers Of

Manchester, remembering. Just

0:50:050:50:11

explaining the history and what a

dark day it was for Manchester

0:50:110:50:14

United and how they won't ever be

forgotten. Supporters are encouraged

0:50:140:50:19

to get to the ground earlier than

normal to remember those names that

0:50:190:50:23

so sadly lost their lives. Three

members of staff, as well. Those are

0:50:230:50:28

the eight players. Just to learn a

little bit about not just what

0:50:280:50:32

happened but how Manchester United

came back from it and went on and

0:50:320:50:34

read history from then on. From the

sadness came the joy. It's a nice

0:50:340:50:42

touch. On every single seat there

will be a pack. All of the players

0:50:420:50:46

will wear black armbands, as well.

We will have a minute Smucker

0:50:460:50:50

silenced.

0:50:500:50:50

-- we will have a minutes silence.

An emotionally charged day for Bobby

0:50:530:51:00

Charlton who will be in attendance

today.

0:51:000:51:03

We mentioned the programme from back

then. Today they go on against

0:51:030:51:08

Huddersfield Town, how do you look

at that one?

0:51:080:51:12

Amongst all of the emotion of what

we are talking about there is

0:51:120:51:15

excitement because it's the first

chance for United fans to see their

0:51:150:51:21

latest main man in Alexis Sanchez

who will make his home debut here

0:51:210:51:24

today. That is what everybody is

talking about outside the stadium in

0:51:240:51:27

terms of the game. He has already

scored against Huddersfield. He will

0:51:270:51:31

be aware of that. And the winner the

Emirates. They had a not so good

0:51:310:51:43

performance at Wembley in the week

by their standards. They will be

0:51:430:51:45

hoping to win this one. Huddersfield

haven't been here since 1972. But

0:51:450:51:51

this fixture will bring back good

memories. I watched them when they

0:51:510:51:56

managed to beat Manchester United

before. Come to be beaten in the

0:51:560:52:00

game I watched on Tuesday night by

Liverpool. -- comfortably beaten.

0:52:000:52:08

That is what the fans will always

talk about. Big ask today. As David

0:52:080:52:13

Wagoner said to me in the week, at

the end we are playing at the

0:52:130:52:17

Theatre of Dreams.

Thank you. Back to the championship.

0:52:170:52:24

Big game today, Wolverhampton take

on Sheffield United. The Blades are

0:52:240:52:28

chasing successive promotions under

Chris Wilder. Rachel Stringer has

0:52:280:52:31

been to see if they can make the

cut.

0:52:310:52:38

How is it being a Sheffield boy,

Sheffield found, now playing?

I am

0:52:500:52:56

living a lot of Sheffield boys'

dreams. We are doing really well at

0:52:560:53:03

the minute. Hopefully we can

continue and achieve something at

0:53:030:53:06

the end of the season. We have a

good team spirit. Lots of new boys

0:53:060:53:11

this season. We have the right

people not just on the pitch but off

0:53:110:53:15

the pit and everybody seems to get

on really well. We are all striving

0:53:150:53:19

for the same thing. -- but off the

pitch.

Looking around, it looks like

0:53:190:53:25

you are a bunch of chaps having fun

and playing football, is that the

0:53:250:53:30

vibe?

That is what the gaffer brings

to the place.

Is there anything

0:53:300:53:35

being done here which is unique,

which is different from what you had

0:53:350:53:41

that other clubs?

The togetherness

we have is a group. Everybody is

0:53:410:53:44

together. Even if you are not in the

squad.

Heads!

Even if you are not

0:53:440:53:50

involved in the squad you get the

same. Playing a bit of head tennis

0:53:500:53:56

behind us. The young lads and the

old lads.

What team are you on now?

0:53:560:54:02

I am getting a bit older, so I am on

the old side.

Good luck.

Step in

0:54:020:54:10

there. Volley.

Come on!

0:54:100:54:20

Thank you so much for having me

here. I feel like I've been welcomed

0:54:200:54:23

into your club which seems like a

massive extended family.

It is. That

0:54:230:54:27

is the environment we are trying to

create. It's working. The positivity

0:54:270:54:30

around the place over the last 18

months has been fantastic. It has

0:54:300:54:36

produced really good performances.

Is this how the vibe was when you

0:54:360:54:41

use to play here? Have you mimicked

what it was like as a player and

0:54:410:54:45

into what it is now like as a

manager?

In your career you always

0:54:450:54:50

look to your best times. For me it

was when I was here back in the day.

0:54:500:54:54

It was a fantastic experience. I was

a young lad at the time. I loved it.

0:54:540:54:57

I loved what was happening between

supporters and players. What was

0:54:570:55:01

happening in the city. The good

atmosphere in the city.

Is that what

0:55:010:55:06

is making you so successful being

here, that you bring so much passion

0:55:060:55:10

to the club?

It does add a little

bit. Especially me with my

0:55:100:55:13

background. Defeats are tougher to

take. But when we win I do enjoy it.

0:55:130:55:21

I suppose I have two, living in the

city.

If you lose a match can you go

0:55:210:55:26

out in the city?

I pick my places to

go. And when we win. Because it gets

0:55:260:55:31

hectic.

0:55:310:55:36

hectic.

If you remove yourself from

the club and became a fan again,

0:55:370:55:40

would you be happy with where you

are?

I think so. This covers

0:55:400:55:45

together, from the Academy which has

produced amazing players. Harry

0:55:450:55:50

Maguire is a good example. So is

Kyle Walker. The club have done well

0:55:500:55:54

protecting itself financially. We

can reinvest that money. I feel it

0:55:540:55:58

is a good time to be connected to

this club. I feel everybody is

0:55:580:56:01

enjoying it.

Two points off the

play-off. Was that expected?

That is

0:56:010:56:09

our aim, compete, not look at the

name on the back of the shirt, not

0:56:090:56:12

look at the badge or the stadium, we

are enjoying the experience and we

0:56:120:56:16

want to win, as well. To be flying

out the top is great. I am proud to

0:56:160:56:21

lead the players in that fight.

0:56:210:56:26

Something to be said for a manager

who understands the club, understand

0:56:350:56:39

the fans, has that burning desire

inside of him. And it is we're

0:56:390:56:44

positive at Sheffield United.

How

good a job must that have been for

0:56:440:56:48

him. And he was a good player. I

have seen him a couple of times this

0:56:480:56:52

season. They are in your face in

that league. They have a really good

0:56:520:56:56

chance in terms of the play-offs for

promotion.

Doing really well and

0:56:560:57:00

they will take on Wolverhampton

later.

0:57:000:57:06

later. He is 102, and playing for

Millwall.

It's amazing. The club

0:57:070:57:11

where he started has given a chance.

It is great to see him back. But it

0:57:110:57:15

is all about preparation for the

World Cup. If Millwall get a good

0:57:150:57:19

performance out of him that is good.

Are you younger than him?

Two years

0:57:190:57:26

younger.

You gave up too early.

Manchester City have scored already

0:57:260:57:30

against Burnley. That is it for

today. Big thank you to these two.

0:57:300:57:35

We are back at midday next Saturday.

It is super bowl LII tomorrow night.

0:57:350:57:40

We have asked a couple of NFL guys

to take this on, not sure how much

0:57:400:57:46

they know, but here they are anyway.

0:57:460:57:48

It is the biggest show that's going

to be on TV.

Touchdown! The title

0:57:550:58:03

for the Patriots!

It can go both

ways. You have NFL guys who come

0:58:030:58:11

over and play soccer. We all have

good footwork.

I don't even know the

0:58:110:58:16

rules of soccer. These guys have the

Olympics, they play in front of the

0:58:160:58:23

world of the World Cup. Outside of

the US, we are not known. You see

0:58:230:58:29

all of these guys, they are known

around the world.

Would you rather

0:58:290:58:34

score in the last game of the World

Cup, or score a touchdown in the

0:58:340:58:40

Super Bowl?

World Cup. The World Cup

is the World Cup.

Are we talking

0:58:400:58:45

soccer? I don't understand.

CHUCKLES

0:58:450:58:52

Rooney! I would say Arsenal, 3-2.

Harry Kane... 3-1.

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