344 – Swansea go shopping and VAR is a bit MEH
We’re not sure the new Swansea manager fully understands the concept of the transfer window as he is off down the fish market. Elsewhere, the Mayor of Liverpool is off down the cop shop as he’s worried about Ross Barclay. Meanwhile, Coutinho is off to start a new life in Barcelona while a new dawn comes in the form of Video Assistant Referees. Who may or may not have been watching Eastenders. But the future of football is not futuristic enough as we test it against HAL 9000, the computer from 2001 A Space Odyssey.
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