3 UP FRONT: Arsenal and Tottenham rejoice as Chelsea and Manchester United ponder their futures

Welcome to the latest brand new episode of the fastest growing football podcast around, 3 Up Front!

In today’s jam-packed show Adrian Clarke guides Iain Spragg and Iain Macintosh through a selection of topical debates that include;

The Champions League is back with a bang – fact or fiction? After Tottenham and Arsenal recorded memorable wins over their more fancied European rivals, how are their prospects shaping up for the quarter finals? Can Tottenham reach the final 8? Can Arsenal beat (or at least draw) Barcelona away from home? Will there be a Tottenham v Arsenal Champions League final?

What’s going so wrong at Chelsea? From wrestling the title back from Manchester United and leading the league in November, they’re now slugging it out with Tottenham for the final Champions League slot. The pod looks at Chelsea’s recent performances, Chelsea transfer dealings and plenty more.

Who will Manchester United choose to replace Giggs, Scholes, Neville and Van der Sar? We hear about Manchester United going into decline each season, and they keep grinding out results and winning titles. This summer, though, with Van der Sar retiring, Neville already gone and Giggs and Scholes literally in their last or second-last seasons, who will Fergie turn to at United?

Macca’s Tweet Treat covers the emergence of Raheem Sterling.

Who are top five strikers of the last 20 years? Our 3 Up Front crew shares their picks, and we’ve got a special Soccerlens’ top 5 strikers list for you to discuss too!

All this before the classic end of show shoot-out, with Macca just one win away from defending his title.

It’s a lot friendlier than Gennaro Gattuso so give it a try….download 3 Up Front now! [audio:Pod_17022011.mp3]
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