The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon are joined by colleague and Arsenal fan Donnie Kwak to discuss this week's news in soccer, including notable injuries (0:17). Next they indulge in some Massive Overreactions to last week's matches (8:05). Then they line up for Zonal Question Marks, including "Why is it so hard to repeat in the Premier League?" (26:04). Finally the guys examine the current events unfolding in Spain regarding Catalonia and its potential effects on Barcelona FC and soccer as a sport (38:47).
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Chris, Micah, and Ryan are joined by colleague and Arsenal fan Donnie Kwak to discuss a burning question— “Why is it so hard to repeat in the Premier League?"
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Ryen also kicks around some ideas with Ceruti and scouts some wild takes for the upcoming Take Stock game
JJ starts by building the blueprint for the Yankees to make the playoffs before chatting with former Jet Willie Colon and SNY’s Maria Marino
Ian is joined by Mayowa Quadri and Ryan Hunn to discuss the passing of the legendary Jimmy Greaves, the North London Derby, and the recently released ‘Schumacher’ documentary