Episode 17: Díaz quits San Lorenzo; the new old Messi, and the old old Torres

28 Apr

In the seventeenth episode of Hand Of Pod, Seba rejoins Sam, Dan and Dan. He’s not happy with the way referees have been treating his club, and he’s not afraid to make his anger heard, but a little surprisingly it’s another HOP-er who drops an expletive, for which we of course apologise unreservedly. We also discuss Quilmes’ recent upsurge in form, and English Dan tells us of an Argentine playing in Brazil who could be the next Messi (if it weren’t for the fact he turned 27 the day after we recorded). Seba, meanwhile, reminds us of José Sanfilippo, the man who was never known as the old Fernando Torres. We recorded on Monday, since when Vélez have won their Copa Libertadores first leg against LDU Quito 3-0, and Estudiantes drew theirs 0-0 at home to Cerro Porteño. Lanús and Olimpo, in Monday night’s game, drew 1-1.

As ever, Mystic Dan’s predictions are right here, and you can subscribe on iTunes if you so please.

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

Matches in red are clásicos.

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  1. Hasta El Gol Siempre - 28 April, 2011

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