Episode 59: Boca and Newell’s lead, Facundo Sava goes into management and league restructuring

25 Apr

The fifty-ninth episode of Hand Of Pod features Sam, Dan, Dan and special guest, Turkish TV presenter Asli Pelit, cover an increasingly tight title race; Only two points separate the top six teams, with Boca Juniors and Newell’s Old Boys the sides in the driving seat – for now. San Martín de San Juan have changed managers, and former Fulham striker Facundo Sava is the man now in the hot seat for his first job in management. Also as we were talking, the AFA were voting on a league restructure. The relegation system described herein has since been confirmed, but the short championships will remain for next season. As usual, we answer your questions, and this week Mystic Dan is handing over the reins to Asli, and allowing her to predict what will happen this weekend. She gives us reasons and everything.

You’ll find Mystic Asli’s predictions below, as usual, and in case you haven’t done already, here’s a reminder that you can subscribe to us on iTunes.

Mystic Asli’s twelfth round predictions
Estudiantes v Vélez
Lanús v Racing
San Martín v Godoy Cruz
Newell’s v All Boys
Boca v Colón
Independiente v Banfield
Unión v Olimpo
Argentinos v Rafaela
San Lorenzo v Arsenal
Belgrano v Tigre

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One Response to “Episode 59: Boca and Newell’s lead, Facundo Sava goes into management and league restructuring”

  1. dalenewells 25 April, 2012 at 7:48 pm #

    Dale Newell’s LPM!!

    And I can’t wait to hear this podcast, last week was an epic-sode to remember for Newell’s hinchas – minutes and minutes of Lepra talk. Glorious.

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