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Harry Redknapp: Settles down to a cuppa and the Podcast

Harry Redknapp: Settles down to a cuppa and the Podcast

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Sky Sports News Radio presenter Mikey Burrows returns to host our latest Podcast. The managerial changes in west London are the big talking points, plus there's a review of all the matchday 13 action in the Premier League, and a look ahead to two further rounds of fixtures in midweek and at the weekend.

Simon Wilkes and Jon Holmes join Mikey in the studio to give their views on Harry Redknapp's appointment at QPR, the rough reception afforded to Rafa Benitez by Chelsea fans and West Brom's continuing rise up the table.

There may have been three goalless draws at Villa Park, the Liberty Stadium and Stamford Bridge, but there's no lack of entertainment on the Podcast - particularly as Mikey has been let loose on the sound effects and commentary clips.

Highlights include Mikey's monologue paying tribute to the Twitter feed of R's owner Tony Fernandes and Wilkesy waxing lyrical about his beloved Baggies, while Jon wonders what on earth has happened to one of Brendan Rodgers' summer signings at Liverpool.

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