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TT Podcast! Bumper Transfer Edition

25 Jul 2011 15:46:00

TT Podcast! Bumper Transfer Edition

The new TEAMtalk Podcast is now available to download, with every Premier League team's transfer business scrutinised by our three experts. Dave Armstrong is back in the hot-seat and he is joined by TEAMtalk's finest, Matty Briggs and Mark Holmes. The trio run the rule over the summer's transfer business so far with every top-flight team analysed ahead of the new season. Homzy thinks Arsenal will be ok, but isn't keen on the business conducted by Sunderland boss Steve Bruce and also thinks Aston Villa might be in for a season of struggle. Matty says Manchester United now look a lot stronger, but Homzy isn't too sure, while Liverpool new boys Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson all come under the microscope. Manchester City bad boy Mario Balotelli has been hitting the headlines again, but TEAMtalk's pundits think his latest back-heel controversy is a storm in a tea cup and think he should be cut some slack. Premier League new boys Norwich have signed players with plenty of potential and our boys think they might just survive, while QPR are picked as relegation certs. Blackburn are another team who are friendless in the podcast, while West Brom and Wigan have also left our men severely underwhelmed with their summer business. Wolves on the other hand have made some 'solid' signings but our panel are certain that Harry Redknapp needs a new striker if Spurs are to progress this season. Fulham boss Martin Jol has the qualities to keep Fulham up, according to Matty and Homzy, and the latter believes another new boss, Andre Villas-Boas could have the midas touch at Stamford Bridge this season. Newcastle midfielders Joey Barton and Cheik Tiote receive some admiring glances and Homzy says the Toon could have a good season. The verdict is a bit different on Bolton, though, and without Daniel Sturridge the Trotters are tipped to struggle - and Bantams fan Matty points out their 4-1 friendly win over Bradford was rather fortunate. Homzy's Stoke have only added Jonathan Woodgate to their squad and he says Tony Pulis has plenty of work to do, and Swansea City also look like work in progress as they enter their first season in the Premier League. To hear what we have to say about your team, follow the link to our Media section and click on 'Download' on the Latest Edition, July 25. And you can also download it via


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