Jun 272011
 

27 Jun 2011 – 18:27:00

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The new TEAMtalk Podcast is now available to download, with all the latest transfer news discussed and four new managers under the microscope.
Sky Sports News Radio’s Dave Armstrong is on hosting duty and is joined by TEAMtalk Editor Simon Wilkes and Spurs fan Abbi Summers, who is on a work placement at the Towers.
Wilkes thinks Andre Villas-Boas will be an instant hit at Stamford Bridge due to his thorough preparation and the fact he already knows the players, while Summers is happy to welcome former Tottenham boss Martin Jol back to the Premier League and thinks he’ll take Fulham forward in the coming seasons.
Both Wilkes and Summers think Chris Hughton will do a great job at Birmingham, with the 9-1 offered by SkyBet for Blues to win the Championship seeming quite generous considering what he did at Newcastle.
And the duo also think Alex McLeish’s appointment at Villa Park is going to end badly, even if the Scot gets off to a bright start with the Villans.
On the transfer front, Summers says it’s time for Arsenal to sell Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona, and would rather sell her own kidney than see Luka Modric flogged to Manchester United this summer.
Wilkes is baffled by the fact that Chelsea are willing to let Daniel Sturridge go, and thinks he could be a contender for the Premier League’s top-scorer if he chooses the right club and plays week-in, week-out next season.
We also chew that fat over the futures of Alexis Sanchez, Stewart Downing, Charlie Adam and even manager Mark Hughes, plus much more – so have a listen now while you’re on the site and message boards.
To hear what we have to say about your team, follow the link to our Media section and click on ‘Download’ on the Latest Edition, June 27.
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