Footy Podcast: Are PSG favorites to win the Champions League?

Welcome to the latest edition of “Sweeper Keeper,” BetaSoccer’s footy podcast hosted by Gianluca Nesci.

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Topics for today’s episode include:

  • Chelsea’s draw against Ajax was pure chaos (2:05)
  • Barcelona look broken, and Valverde can’t fix the problem (9:48)
  • Inter in trouble after capitulation against Dortmund (15:18)
  • OUTFIELD PLAYER IN GOAL FOR MANCHESTER CITY!!! (26:47)
  • Bayern begin life after Kovac … who should they hire next? (33:37)
  • Juve and Atletico going in different directions in the UCL (39:40)
  • Is Rodrygo Real Madrid’s next big superstar? (44:30)
  • Mauro Icardi on fire at PSG (50:15)
  • Heung-Min Son’s apology, and more VAR failures (53:34)
  • Ranting about the disastrous state of Arsenal (1:02:01)

… and more!

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