It’s the end of season 3. Seven games remain to decide the path of the Premier League trophy with Wolves in pole position. Can they hold on? Can Leicester cause an upset? Or did the wheels really come off last week?
As far as opponents go, we’ve found ourselves in a situation where our mutual run-ins include the likes of Chelsea, Man City, Liverpool, Leeds, West Ham, Norwich and Arsenal.
Strikers are underperforming, VAR is getting ugly, tempers are flaring and with the highest honour in English football on the line, there’s so much at stake.
We’ve got more injuries and red cards than we can shake a stick at, but more importantly, we’ve got host v host as Leicester and Wolves meet in a top of the table clash that could decide the outcome of the league title, who gets European football or not, and ultimately shape the next season of the podcast.
Somewhere in the mix there’s a goal of the year contender and we’re going right down to the wire.
Join us as we close out our third season of The Football Manager Football Show!
Please note this episode contains strong language from the start.
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Where we left Leicester
Leicester managed to exact revenge over Man Utd at the tail end of last week’s podcast to keep themselves in the hunt.
The Foxes run-in for this episode looks like Leeds, Norwich, Wolves, West Ham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City.
Where we left Wolves
Despite having a storming March, Wolves ended the month before the international break by tumbling out of the FA Cup to Bournemouth, dropping points in successive games to Leeds and Sheffield United.
For Wolves, it’s a similar run-in to Leicester as we’ve been following each other’s fixtures all season long, Norwich, West Ham, Leicester, Chelsea, Man City and finishing up with Liverpool (where Leicester started their season).