(19 May) Blue Moon Podcast - Zabaleta's farewell, Guardiola's 'Big Club' comments, & Aguero's future

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    Blue Moon Podcast Season 8, Episode 42: Playing in his Slippers
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    Sam Roscoe is joined by Paul Atherton and Goal.com's Sam Lee to talk through the penultimate week of the season for Manchester City. Wins over Leicester and West Brom have pretty much sealed a top four finish for the Blues - but should did City finally get the rub of the green against the Foxes? We analyse the talking points, from offside goals to penalty misses, from both of the last two matches. We're saying a fond farewell to Pablo Zabaleta, as David Mooney takes a look at the Argentinian's career at Eastlands since 2008, and we ponder who can fill his boots as both a right-back and a leader at the club. Howard Hockin is asking if football is fair, while we also cast our eyes forward to Sunday's final match of the campaign at Watford. Can City get the victory they need to secure a third place and avoid that pesky Champions League playoff? We're also dissecting Pep Guardiola's comments on whether he'd have been sacked at a 'big club', we look at Sergio Aguero's excellent performances and consider his future at the Etihad, and we're asking how the club can get fans to stay until the end of matches.

    Episode 8.42 - Playing in his Slippers
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    Episode 8.42 Extra - The Last Day of the Season
    For $5/m sponsors who back the show by through Patreon, you can listen to the supplement show. It works on desktop and on mobile. This week the team discuss the final day of the season from years gone by - the 3-2 win over QPR, the success against West Ham to win the 2014 title... and find out which of our panel walked out with Nicolas Anelka for the last game at Maine Road!

    We hope you like it - let us know what you think!
     

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