#119 Devils Missing An Angel
This week, Manchester United beat Sunderland 2-0 in an easily forgettable encounter at Old Trafford. Tom, James and Frenchy review that performance and briefly look ahead to the midweek encounter against Newcastle on this week’s episode of the podcast!
#118 Wish you were Herrera
This week, Manchester United beat Preston 3-1 and booked their place in the FA Cup Quarter Finals. Chris, Stephen and Greg review that performance and look ahead to the next round against Arsenal and Saturday’s fixture against Swansea City on this week’s episode of the podcast!
#117 Project Falcao FAIL
After a week’s hiatus in protest of United’s abject performances (not really), the Can They Score podcast is back with a listener questions special. From talking about Falcao to discussing a non-existent midfield, we talk all things red in this week’s Can They Score podcast!
#116 Could it be Magic?
Having huffed and puffed their way to a 0-0 draw in the FA Cup, the boys reminisce about their favourite FA Cup replays before moving onto more current affairs. From Cambridge City to Darren Fletcher, we talk all thing red in this week’s Can They Score podcast!
#115 Three cheers for Trent
With the January transfer window in full flow, our in house transfer guru, Jonas, joins Tom and James to assess the players being linked to United and their abilities. From centre backs to centre forwards, it is all covered so listen to this week’s Can They Score podcast and get involved!
#114 Koeman the Barbarian
Although Manchester United have not had the most promising start to 2015, the podcast returns with Chris, James and Tom looking back at the games so far. Listen in this week’s Can They Score podcast and get involved!
#113 Happy Christmas (Moyes is over)
It has been a turbulent year at Old Trafford. Starting off with David Moyes at the helm, United fans have experienced the highs and lows being a football follower. In this hour long Christmas special, featuring the Rant Cast’s Paul, the team give a year in review so listen in to this week’s Can They Score podcast and get involved!
- If you don’t already, you can listen to Paul every week on the Rant Cast. A weekly United podcast published on the excellent United Rant.
- To keep track of youth player stats, follow @MrMujac, author of Sons of United
- The most popular high point of 2014 for United fans was the signing of Di Maria and Falcao (24%), followed by Evra’s 22 Seconds in Munich and Giggs as Manager (17% each)
- The most popular low point of 2014 for United fans was being burgled by the Scousers (37%), followed by that match against Fulham (34%)