Soccerlens Podcast – Will we see Arsenal and Chelsea in the Champions League final?

On the sixth episode of the Soccerlens Podcast, Stephen Darwin is joined by co-founders of Sport Media Solutions, Adrian Clarke and Iain Spragg, to discuss the very latest goings on in the European Champions League and UEFA Cup.

In particular the show will focus on the latest round of matches in the Champions League and will preview all the up-coming quarter-final UEFA Cup ties.

The show will also discuss the futures of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Cesc Fabregas, how much of a loss they could be to their respective teams and just who could possibly replace them.

The Pod will also be talking Robinho and his future with Manchester City, Franck Ribery and his likely destination in the summer, Emmanuel Adebayor and his importance to Arsenal and Guus Hiddink and the Chelsea manager’s job amongst many other interesting topics.

Among the points of discussion raised with Adrian Clarke and Iain Spragg were:

  • Carlos Tevez and his Manchester United future
  • Torsten Frings and whether he would be ideal for Arsenal
  • Barcelona and their defensive frailties
  • The visible progression made by Eastern European clubs
  • Uzmanov, Kroenke and Arsenal shares
  • Plus more on top of that!

Show Details

 Friday 10th April 2009
Host: Stephen Darwin
Co-Host 1: Adrian Clarke
Co-Host 2: Iain Spragg

You can listen to the show below: [audio:sl-podcast-6-cl-09042009.mp3]
Download link (mp3, 27mb, 29 mins)

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