OTP Podcast: Episode 1 – Wenger Bottles It
It’s here! The OTP Podcast is here
Just like the marauding Johan Elmander at the Reebok – the OTP podcast is finally opening it’s account for the season. The weekend’s games threw up some fascinating results and, most importantly, a plethora of irrelevant events that left the pod pondering a series of aimless questions; does Stoke’s Jon Walters have the most luscious facial hair ever sported in the Premiership? Is referee Michael Oliver’s malicious tackle on Blackburn’s Gael Givet a warning of future ref-on-player violence? What was the real motive behind Arsene Wenger’s explosive tete a tete with a water bottle? And looking across the channel – is Eric Cantona really waging a campaign of world economic domination?
Also thrown into the meandering-cocktail: pirate-savvy Blackburn owners, self-mutilating Ibrahimovich and Steven Gerrard’s magical hamstrings.
Coaxing the nonsense from the footballing woodwork on a weekly basis – this is the Off The Post podcast.
The vids to match the waffle
Aesthetically pleasing screamer from Luke Varney – early contender for best goal scored in a tangerine-based shirt this season?
Referee Michael Oliver wipes out Gael Givet – cumbersome official or cold-blooded thug?
Arsene Wenger furious with dug-out waiter: ”When I ask for carbonated, I expect carbonated.”
Jakub Blaszxzykowski misses open-goal sitter. Jakob: ”It’s not the end of the world; fitting my surname on my shirt was more traumatic than this.”