2 Robbies podcast: Robbie Earle and Derek Rae talk Liverpool, Man Utd




 

Robbie Earle is joined by Derek Rae to discuss the current state of Manchester United after their defeat to Burnley at Old Trafford (0:55), 10-man Arsenal fighting back to draw with Chelsea (11:55) and Liverpool's historic run to start the season that just won't seem to end (21:15).

Plus, Robbie and Derek share their thoughts on Sergio Aguero's greatness at Manchester City (29:35), Tottenham under Jose Mourinho so far (35:05) and how things are shaping up at bottom in the fight for Premier League survival (37:35). Finally, Derek shares his Underappreciated Performers of the Premier League Season (41:55).

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