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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 138

A long old inquest into what happened at Everton, along with an erudite discussion (no, really) on the merits of Jake Livermore’s England recall, so soon after leaving City. We also look ahead to our next game against West Ham by, er, looking back at previous games against West Ham.

No podcast next week due to the international break, see you in a fortnight.

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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 136

Dragging every ounce of sorrow out of the performance at Leicester (and every ounce of joy out of the goal by Sam Clucas, too)… plus we look ahead to Swansea and briefly express concern about ticketing for next season. A dark one, this…

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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 134

Just football! That’s it. Such an enjoyable experience to exclusively talk about things that have occurred on the pitch. We were gleeful. Almost danced a celebratory polka during the discussion.

So, all the positives from Arsenal, some quite deep stuff about the refereeing performance that helped deny us a share of the points, and a look back at previous visits from Burnley, who are our next opponents. No podcast next week due to no game.

Behold…

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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 133

Four unexpected points, the impact of the new players – and, of course, this remarkable new head coach of ours. Plus we remember past trips to the Emirates, ahead of this weekend’s game.

Click and collect…

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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 131

Here it is. Ryan Mason is our main focus (and the irresponsibility of one tabloid newspaper after his injury), plus the Chelsea game, the two cup ties ahead and the transfer window. Enjoy – and we again wish Ryan a speedy recovery.

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PODCAST: TWTWT Podcast 129

We didn’t do a Things We Think We Think this week just because of the timings over New Year, but there are still plenty of things for us to think in the form of a podcast.

Sadly, irritatingly, the issue of Mike Phelan’s sacking isn’t among them, as it was announced about half an hour after we stopped recording. So we talk about the man’s future, as opposed to the lack of it.

Still, the stuff about the three games over the holiday period hold up, as does the preview of this weekend’s FA Cup tie and adjacent boycott.