The Longball Preview Show – Derby Day in Merseyside

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On this special midweek episode of the Longball podcast, John is over the moon with Rangnick’s announcement and United’s performance against Chelsea. Meanwhile, Declan is concerned about the Hammers’ recent run of form, and the boys try and get to the bottom of what’s gone wrong with Everton this season ahead of their clash with Liverpool. All of that and a whole lot more on this special episode of the Longball Premier League Preview Show. Submit any questions for the show to themastermindsite.com/contact.

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John Townsend
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Declan Da Barp
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