DU Football Show

EPL week 2 “BoGo day at the Bridge”

September 22, 2020

Drunkard United football show is back for week 2 of Premier League coverage.  Graham hijacks the first segment, as there was goals and cards galore, Big Sam is running on adrenaline, and producer Mel is delirious as the two put in a 13-hour drive to get back home from Chicago to record. It’s also a no Malort Monday, since all three of the our teams won. Big Sam found another top 20 whiskey with the New Riff Rye. What a crazy weekend of football and the Sam’s are “thumbs up and ready to do this!” LEEROY Jenkins

 

LEEDS 4 – FULHAM 3

LEICESTER 4 – BURNLEY 2 

TOTENHAM 5 – SOUTHAMPTON 2

EVERTON 5 – WEST BROM 2

LIVERPOOL 2 – CHELSEA 0

PALACE 3 – MAN U 1

ARSENAL 2 – WEST HAM 1

BRIGHTON 3 – NEWCASTLE 0

VILLA 1 – BLADES 0

CITY 3 – WOLVES 1

 

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THE HOSTS

sam Huston was a goalkeeper for 25 years, so he’s been hit in the head a lot.   Professionally he is an expert in the liquor business, but for fun he yells at men from the sidelines and calls it coaching.  Huston has been an Everton fan for about ten years, so he shaves his head to look like Tim Howard.  He is very much aware that he has a great voice, and he once played the Big Bopper in the musical Buddy Holly.  Huston’s style is influenced by the DC area talk radio of the 90’s and early 2000’s.  oh, and he was once a parade.

sam Graham has been playing soccer for 30 years and counting, but he’s been running his mouth for over 33 years.  Professionally he is in the wine and spirits industry, but for fun, he lets Coach Huston yell at him once a week while he’s on the pitch.  He might be getting “too old for this shit” but he still can’t resist the excitement of the game, and the thrill of a red card.  Graham is an Arsenal supporter since ’02 and has the tattoos to prove it.   He really knows his football, and has been preparing for this podcast through years of shit talking at pubs.

 

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