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Roker Rapport World Cup Podcast: Previews, Predictions and Premonitions for Russia 2018

The World Cup is almost here and, against their better judgements, the Roker Reporters are hopping off the rapidly accelerating Sunderland bandwagon so they can follow England for a month instead. As always, you can catch this week’s show on iTunes, Acast and YouTube.

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Roker Rapport Podcast

What are we talking about this week?

  • The group stages - who’s going through to the knockouts? Who’s gonna fall by the wayside?
  • How far can Gareth Southgate’s England go? How far would they have to go in order for this World Cup to be seen as a success?
  • Who’s going to be the surprise package of the tournament? Who’s going to be the big disappointment?
  • Why do the tabloids hate Raheem Sterling so much? What’s the point!?
  • Will Connor Bromley ever reclaim the coveted title of Miss Blyth?
  • And so much more. It’s honey for the ears!

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