Football Podcast! Lonely Luis

Wasteful Chelsea, footballing karma, lonely Luis Suarez, hot Hernandez and Mark Hughes' future are discussed on the latest Football Podcast.

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Luis Suarez: Celebrated his Stamford Bridge equaliser on his own

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Sky Sports News Radio presenter Mikey Burrows steps into the hosts' hot-seat for this week's review of a goal-laden Premier League weekend, with TEAMtalk Editor Simon Wilkes and Tottenham fan Rob McCarthy joining him.

The trio get into a massive argument about Luis Suarez's 'push' on Ramires before his equaliser at Stamford Bridge, with Wilkes defending the Uruguayan before lambasting Chelsea for being utterly wasteful in the first half.

They also debate who Liverpool should sign in January's transfer window, while Burrows has a pop at Brendan Rodgers for his selection policy in the Europa League.

McCarthy admits to being baffled by some of Andre Villas-Boas' decisions as the trio dissect Manchester City's win over Spurs, then they turn their attention to the huge friends reunited party at St James' Park, where Messrs Pardew, Allardyce, Nolan, Carroll and Ba all faced former employers.

High-flying West Brom and free-scoring Fulham come in for high praise, as does Javier Hernandez, while Birmingham fan Burrows lashes out at Ashley Young and Darren Bent.

Mark Hughes' future at QPR also comes under discussion, with McCarthy urging the R's hierarchy to give him time and Wilkes saying Harry Redknapp would get much more out of the current playing staff at Loftus Road.

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