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The movers and rumours in the transfer window, Luis Suarez's handball and the best of the FA Cup third round are discussed on the latest Football Podcast.

Last Updated: 07/01/13 at 17:37 Post Comment

Demba Ba: One of the early movers in January

Demba Ba: One of the early movers in January

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Host Mikey Burrows is joined by TEAMtalk.com duo James Marshment and Ian Watson to review the best of the transfer movers and rumours so far, as well as all the magic moments of FA Cup third-round weekend.

The trio debate how Demba Ba's exit will affect Newcastle, while Daniel Sturridge's move to Liverpool, Joe Cole's West Ham return and the controversy over Zeki Fryers' transfer also come under the microscope.

The trio all offer differing views on the Luis Suarez handball incident, with Mikey getting hot under the collar about the Uruguayan's honesty, James protesting his innocence and Ian proclaiming it was a massive PR opportunity missed.

The Capital One Cup semi-finals, the managerial merry-go-round in the Championship and Ballon D'Or award are all also assessed.

Click here to listen to the podcast as an MP3 file and then let us know your thoughts on all the talking points.

You can also access the Football Podcast via iTunes when it is uploaded, or you can listen via the Mixcloud player below.

Transfers, handballs and cup shocks, 7 Jan 2013 by The Football Podcast on Mixcloud

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