Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters discuss this week's news in soccer (1:23), then they indulge in some massive overreactions, including about Newcastle's fate (9:20). Next they are joined by The Ringer's resident curmudgeon, Donnie Kwak, for some zonal question marks (22:00), and finally Micah and Ryan connect with Howler Magazine founder and editor-in-chief George Quraishi for a look into a story in this month's edition titled "Chaos on the Right Wing," examining the troubling events surrounding Beitar Jerusalem FC (41:35).
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By Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters
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