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By David Mooney, Fri 01 September 2017 10:45
After an eventful week on and off the pitch for Manchester City, Sam Roscoe is joined by Josh Garside and Richard Burns to discuss the events of the last seven days. We're assessing the performance in the 2-1 victory over Bournemouth - were the away team good and deserving of all three points, or did they get a little lucky in the win? We're looking at Raheem Sterling's red card and asking whether or not the winger was at fault or if it's the laws of the game that need to change. David Mooney's been casting his eye over City's performance in the transfer market, while we also discuss the major talking point of the summer window and how the Blues failed in their bid to bring in Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal. Howard Hockin gives us a crash course on being an In The Know social media user, and we also discuss the stewarding of Premier League matches.
Episode 9.4 - Doing a Rubik's Cube
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