For American GFOP Leyton Orient fans, Barry Hearn’s program notes from this weekend’s big clash against Preston North End.
In this latest pod, narrative flips, wheels within wheels, Ryan Seacrest, Olivia Newton John and a commentating masterclass from GFOP NBC’s Arlo White. The gents also need your help with a Guinness World Record attempt
Bout 6 of our scientific research to discover the Premier League’s Toughest Manager should be sponsored by Details Magazine:
A featherweight battle between London Town’s AVB and Sunderland’s man-come-lately, Gus Poyet.
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One of the happiest days of Men In Blazers life — the day Billy Beane called to say he was an Arsenal supporting, Downton Abbey watching GFOP. Having him on the pod was as close to being in Starsky and Hutch as Rog and Davo will ever come.
Round 5 of our scientific research to discover the Premier League’s Toughest Manager promises to be a murderous heavyweight affair.
Two ex-Manchester United teammates fight to the death. Hull City’s Steve Bruce, the man with the unbreakable nose, lumbers up to Stoke City’s hardman, Mark Hughes whose chips on his shoulder have chips on their shoulders.
Let us know how this one goes down, beyond the obvious bloody knuckles. Your VOTE counts. Vote here.
Davo and Rog talk resurgent Fernando, imploding Joe Hart, Dybbuks, Sam Cassell, Three piece suits, implants, Lou Reed, and welcome the tallest man ever to join the pod, 76ers Spencer Hawes to talk Manchester United.
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For all GFOPs. An exclusive advanced peak at Leyton Orient’s program from Saturday’s upcoming clash against Rotherham. Here’s a glimpse into the mind of Chairman Barry. We are sure he would love to hear from you @barryhearn.
The Men in Blazers revel with Arsenal and fear for Manchester United. Sir Ian Darke makes a guest appearance to confer an air of nobility.
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Round 4 of our scientific research to discover the Premier League’s Toughest Manager.
This week is an all Manchester affair. United’s David Moyes will battle Manuel Pellegrini, City’s regal manager.
Can Moyes finally win something? Your VOTE counts.
A second installment from the treasure trove of 1970s “Football Handbook” magazines which Rog recently unearthed. American football in the year 1978 as seen through a jealous English lens.
Honored to have Korey Donahoo, Founder and President of the Mighty American Outlaws join us on SiriusXM this morning (Click on Link to hear part of interview.) What they have built together is on of the greatest stories in American football. Here Korey talks about what sets American Outlaws members apart within the pantheon of American Sports Fandom. For more on the Outlaws click here.
Premier League Managerial Fight Club. Fight 3.
Our relentless research into who is the Hardest Manager in the English Premier League continues.
Last week, Roberto “Pretty Boy” Martinez held off the sausage fingers of Brendan Rodgers by the narrowest of margins: 51% to 49%. This week, Jose Mourinho battles Ian Holloway to the death. Every vote will count…
The Rules: A bare-knuckle brawl in the Octagon. One ten minute round until submission or death.
Question: Who would win a bare-knuckle brawl between these two Premier League managers? Vote below. and if you have particularly strong feelings, add a comment to explain your vote. Your comments last week were magical.
JOSE “PRETTY BOY” MOURINHO
IAN “INSANE IN DA MEMBRANE” HOLLOWAY
Warpig Fight Club
Rog and Michael relive Panama’s heartbreaking loss to the U.S. and cautiously celebrate England’s World Cup qualification. MLB pitcher Brandon McCarthy stops by.
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