Missed last week’s Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys discuss the biggest stories from Scottish and English football. This week the team assess the transfer dealings of Dundee, especially their shock signing of Steven Caulker, while there was a surprise as Celtic lost to Kilmarnock. In England, there was a controversial match at Anfield, with penalty decisions splitting opinion in the studio.
Missed last week’s Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the team discuss the biggest stories from Scottish and English football. In Scotland, Celtic secured wins over Hibs and Hearts and were bolstered by the loan signing of Charly Musonda from Chelsea, while there were also wins for Rangers and Aberdeen. In England, the boys recap what was a dramatic final day of the January transfer window and reflect on Spurs’ win over Manchester United.
Missed last week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the team talk about the week’s League Cup semi-finals, with Arsenal progressing at the expense of Chelsea. The guys also look ahead at the weekend’s FA Cup fixtures.
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