Chris Ryan, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Micah Peters express their displeasure at the untimely international break (2:00), question the controversial refereeing in the Liverpool–Manchester City match (5:50), and analyze Stoke City’s decision to play Kurt Zouma out of position (11:20). Then, they debate whether Stoke City is actually good (22:25), scrutinize Crystal Palace’s change of managers (27:00), and zoom out to examine all of European soccer, including possible Champions League sleepers (36:30).
Barcelona Is Back, and Stoke City Might Be Good
Ringer FC also runs around the Premier League before offering Champions League sleeper predictions
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