Podcast! Fergie farewell, final thoughts

Fergie's Old Trafford farewell, Moyes' Goodison goodbye, Mancini's future and Wigan's shock FA Cup final win are discussed on the new podcast.

Last Updated: 13/05/13 at 19:25 Post Comment

Sir Alex Ferguson: Said his goodbyes to the Old Trafford faithful

Sir Alex Ferguson: Said his goodbyes to the Old Trafford faithful

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Sky Sports News Radio presenter Mikey Burrows is in the hosts' hot-seat and is joined in the studio by TEAMtalk.com Editor Simon Wilkes, TEAMtalk veteran Rob McCarthy and FanZone's Liverpool blogger Richard Garnett.

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The quartet start proceedings with a heated argument about the FA Cup final, with Burrows claiming perusing his Chinese takeaway menu was more interesting than the game itself, and Wilkes saying he thought it was an entertaining affair and waxing lyrical about Callum McManaman's display.

The future of Roberto Mancini is discussed, with Burrows having a pop at Manchester City over their handling of speculation surrounding him, then they turn their attention to Wigan's Premier League survival hopes, with all four journalists equally divided at 2-2 on whether they will stay or go.

Wilkes tips Arsenal to pip Tottenham in the race for Champions League football, much to McCarthy's disgust, then gets shoved in the corner following some wild claims about Wigan's Roger Espinoza.

Sir Alex Ferguson's Old Trafford farewell and David Moyes' Goodison goodbye also take centre stage, followed by a quick chat about who might be in charge at Chelsea for next season.

There is plenty more discussed and you can click here to download the Podcast as an MP3 file.

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