OTP Podcast: Episode 12 – 5-3 RVP MVP
The Premier League keeps giving you goals, which means the Off The Post podcast is back to give you some entirely pointless observations and obscure statistics to go with them.
While Arsenal have been shredding the Chelsea defence apart like an, erm, office shredder, the Pod has returned to rip through some of the following: Andre Santos’ overhyped dance skillz, face-off with David de Gea, some BIG news for all fans of long ranged headed goals, and we find out just which ex-footballer turned Private Investigator, has the dirtiest mouth of them all.
Of course, we’ve also got a full round up of all this weekend’s talking points from the Premier League, a look at the bizarre goings on in world football, and the obligatory clip of Kevin Prince Boateng singing happy birthday to a TV network. Party time.
Ex-Wigan and Portsmouth defender turned Private Investigator Arjan de Zeeuw telling an old anecdote in perhaps a little bit too much detail. Kammy’s face when the F-bomb drops is a picture.
A mere 36 days after Jone Samuelsen headed his way into the record books by scoring a 57-yard header in Norway, the boffins at Guinness HQ are having to get their erasers out and pencil in a new name. Ryujiro Ueda’s 58-yard effort in the Japanese second division has ensured he takes Samuelsen’s place in the record books and the role as Tony Blair’s warm-up act on the after-dinner speech circuit.
AC Milan midfield engine Kevin Prince Boateng proving he’s got the voice to go with his dance moves as he serenades Arab news network Al Jazeera with this lovely rendition of happy birthday. Rumours that Robbie Earl is planning something similar to wish ITV a Happy Thanksgiving remain unsubstantiated.
The campaign to get this track to Christmas number one starts here. Lyrics such as “Sharp like a razor, speed to amaze ya, beat you like Ali did Joe Frazier” will have Cowell quaking in his boots.
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