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The Roker Report Podcast: Episode 41 - Business As Usual

Welcome back for another episode of The Roker Report Podcast. This weeks show is relatively short, but that's actually explained on the show in a round about way of moaning about having nothing to moan about.

So, on this week's show you'll find the delights of Simon Walsh, David Boyle & Michael Graham, and this everyone, is what was discussed...

  • Martin O'Neill's Manager Of The Month Award.
  • Loan moves for the young guns.
  • Do we really need to sign anyone this January?
  • Peterborough win looked at.
  • Chelsea hold no fear.
  • Bringing back some old players a la Scholes or Henry.
  • And if you listen right to the end, there's a revelation about Phil Bardsley from Michael.

And there's more stuff chucked in there to what might be short, but it's just choc-full of positives and very little to moan and groan about. That's just the way things are these days fortunately!

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And that's it for another week in Roker Report land. Sorry it's a bit short, but that's the way it goes some times. We're too happy having a Party With Marty.

Enjoy the show.

PS: I still love you Julio.

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