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Emery has fixed the Emirates' bad atmosphere: The Football Show Episode 30

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Hosts Lynsey Hipgrave and Kenzie Benali dissect the weekend’s Premier League action including Spurs’ 3-1 drubbing of Chelsea at Wembley, as well as what Bournemouth would do if they lost Eddie Howe on Yahoo Sports Presents: The Football Show.

New episodes out every Monday and Friday.

Jim Daly and Dave Bibby take us through their guide to Sunday League, while the team explore their starting XI of cult heroes.

Also in the episode, we debate whether Alexis Sanchez is just a £180m Fellaini.

The alternative guide to Sunday league

Sunday League: where tackles and goals fly in faster than Jim and Dave can put an audience to sleep.


Emery has fixed the Emirates’ bad atmosphere

Unai Emery has changed the negative culture around Arsenal that hindered Arsene Wenger’s last few years at the Emirates.


Man City and Liverpool’s success takes pressure off Emery’s Arsenal

Arsenal’s performances have flown under the radar because Manchester City and Liverpool have attracted all of the media attention on their unbeaten runs.


Bournemouth would sacrifice Eddie Howe for Europa League

Bournemouth fans would be willing to lose Eddie Howe if that were the cost of securing them a European football spot.


No stadium, no signings yet in third place: Why Pochettino deserves Manager of the Year

Mauricio Pochettino deserves Manager of the Season for results through Spurs’ problems.


Man United are lifeless until they concede

Manchester United players groan when Alexis Sanchez is subbed on now just like they did when Marouane Fellaini is brought on as a late sub.


Starting 11: Cult Heroes

Raj Mannick picks his starting 11 of cult heroes.


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