Deadline Day Podcast – Episode 1 – Better with a budget than Barcelona

On the first episode on our limited January Transfer Window series, John and Declan take you through the latest rumors and done deals all across Europe. This week the boys dive into where Newcastle should spend their newfound fortune, grade Everton’s new fullbacks, explain Lille’s fire sale, and Lorenzo Insigne’s potential move to TFC! It’s the best time of the year, and we can’t wait to discuss everything January Transfer Window with you this month. Follow the show @mastermindsite on social media.

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Declan Da Barp
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Produced by Rhys Desmond @desmondrhys, as part of TheMastermindSite.com. 

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Longball Premier League Preview – Everton say adios to Rafa, Tuchel in Trouble, and the John vs. Declan Derby The Mastermind Site

John and Declan take a deep dive into the world of Everton, exploring the club's continued struggle to find their identity and get a grip on reality. The boys then take a look ahead to this weekend's match-ups, including a testy affair between Tottenham and Chelsea, and the John vs. Declan derby as Manchester United host West Ham United. Follow the show @mastermindsite on social media to never miss an update.  PANEL John Townsend Twitter: @johntownsend99 Instagram: @johntownsend99 Declan Da Barp Twitter: @dabarp14 PRODUCTION Produced by: Rhys Desmond, as part of TheMastermindSite.com. Follow the show @mastermindsite and @desmondrhys. Sponsored by @FootyLingo. Visit FootyLingo to play language and reading comprehension games based on our analyses, and use the code "mastermindsite" at check out for 20% off any subscription plan. That's our social handle, "mastermindsite" for 20% any subscription plan on FootyLingo.com.
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