This week, Musa and Ryan start with the protests at Old Trafford that forced the Manchester United vs. Liverpool game to be postponed (6:37). Then it’s on to the actual football, as Inter secure the Scudetto (21:39) and Barcelona and Chelsea both go through to the Women’s Champions League final after two thrilling second legs (25:39). Finally, on the 10th anniversary of the final game of the series, they talk about those infamous four Clásicos that took place across 18 days back in 2011 (35:05).
Old Trafford Smoke and the Four Clàsicos in 18 Days
Musa and Ryan also talk about Inter securing the Scudetto and Barcelona and Chelsea both going through to the Women’s Champions League final after two thrilling second legs
The Boston Celtics suspended their head coach for the next year for an improper relationship with a colleague, but vague details and reports have made it hard to parse what actually happened
The Celtics-Udoka Situation, Comedian Colin Quinn, and Sheil Kapadia on the Eagles, Lamar, and Brady
Ryen Russillo discusses why the Celtics-Udoka situation is playing out this way, and later comedian Colin Quinn joins to talk business. Plus, Sheil Kapadia’s thoughts on the Eagles, Lamar, and Brady.
Rachel also briefly chats with Chelsea Stark-Jones about some Bravo news