Podcast! Liverpool collapse, King Louis

Liverpool's collapse at Palace, Suarez's tears and Van Gaal's immiment appointment at Man United all feature on the latest Football Podcast.

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Luis Suarez: Could not hide his disappointment at Selhurst Park

Luis Suarez: Could not hide his disappointment at Selhurst Park

Sky Sports News Radio presenter Mikey Burrows hosts this week's Football Podcast and is joined in the studio by TEAMtalk.com's James Marshment and former England defender Danny Mills as they pick the bones from a huge weekend at the top and bottom of the Premier League.

LIVERPOOL NAIVETY

Liverpool's collapse at Crystal Palace on MNF is first up, with Danny feeling the Reds' implosion has handed the title to Man City. Danny, however, feels Brendan Rodgers deserves an enormous amount of credit this season for the way he has transformed Liverpool's fortunes, but feels they'll never get a better chance to win the title again.

The former England man also empathises with Luis Suarez - but hear what he has to say on his tears on the football pitch, as well as the Reds' defensive woes.

VAN GAAL AUTHORITY NEEDED

Danny welcomes the imminent appointment of Louis Van Gaal at Man United and feels his discipline and authority draws obvious comparisons to Sir Alex Ferguson.

The former Leeds man examines where United need to strengthen and expects a huge summer overhaul at Old Trafford.

Mills also has some interesting views on the Class of 92 and whether any of them are cut out for a senior coaching role at Old Trafford.

SUNDERLAND'S GREAT ESCAPE

The trio also debate Sunderland's bid to avoid the drop and ponder if their survival is the Premier League's greatest escape act yet, while Danny also has some tough love for Norwich and the timing of their decision to sack Chris Hughton and the appointment of Neil Adams.

Listen to the podcast through the Soundcloud player, above, or you can also download it on iTunes.

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