Episode 10: Pastore transfer talk & River the ‘South American Barcelona’

10 Mar

In Episode 10 of Hand Of Pod, Sam introduces you to his new home, where he’s joined by the Dans and our special studio guests Katie and Jenny (Seba couldn’t make it this week). We discuss rumours that Javier Pastore might be set to move to Manchester United or Barcelona, as well as Matías Almeyda’s interesting statement that River Plate are set to soon become a South American version of the latter. Aussie Dan fills us in on the first clásico at the newly-opened Estadio Único de La Plata, and there are also questions from Twitter on why Racing have suddenly improved so drastically, and whether the Argentine league is slowly ‘decentralising’. And there’s the usual rundown of the local action, and Mystic Dan’s predictions for the weekend ahead.

As ever, you can listen/download right here, and subscribe on iTunes to make sure you don’t miss future episodes. And click ‘Continue reading’ under the Soundcloud widget for a written record of Mystic Dan’s predictions.

Mystic Dan’s predictions for round 5
Olimpo vs All Boys
Tigre vs Banfield
Lanús vs Gimnasia
San Lorenzo vs Boca
Argentinos vs Arsenal
Estudiantes vs Godoy Cruz
Colón vs Racing
River vs Vélez
Huracán vs Quilmes
Independiente vs Newell’s

As ever, the sides Dan’s predicting to win are in bold. If neither side is in bold, he’s predicted a draw.

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2 Responses to “Episode 10: Pastore transfer talk & River the ‘South American Barcelona’”

  1. Johnny 11 March, 2011 at 1:20 am #

    Indeed. Even as a big Boca fan and a Palermo supporter, it’s time. His form has dropped off noticeably over the past six months. Even gun slingin’ Viatri would be an improvement. Maybe even a big improvement.

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