Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode 5: Aguero, Buttler and Riley is Cold.

Tweet *Contains Strong Language* Welcome to the Fifth Episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week the boys return to sport, with VAR the big topic yet again. Furthermore, they debate whether Sergio Aguero is the best overseas import in Premier League history before going through the usual foreign and lower league football roundup. Riley talks sledging in cricket and whether people are overreacting to Jos Buttler’s latest incident before Tony runs us through the latest updates in Formula One and tennis. As always the podcast is rounded out…

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode Three: Russia, Silva and Joshua v Ruiz

Tweet *Contains Strong Language* Welcome to the third episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week the lads discuss their World XI ahead of the Team of the Year awards before discussing whether Russia’s global ban was fair? They also talk about the sacking of Marco Silva and Watford’s appointment of Nigel Pearson before going through the latest football results from the lower leagues and around the world. Riley pays tribute to Bob Willis before talking about why England’s tour to South Africa could be under threat before analysing…

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Match Report: Rochdale 0-1 Ipswich Town

Tweet Ipswich Town returned to the summit of the Sky Bet League One table with a hard-fought narrow victory over Rochdale at Spotland.  Danny Rowe’s second-half tap-in sealed all three points for the Blues, who now sit level on points with second-placed Wycombe Wanderers but ahead on goal difference and with a game in hand.  Paul Lambert kept loanee goalkeeper Will Norris between the sticks after an impressive performance against Southend United last time out, while Gwion Edwards was deployed as a makeshift full-back with Kane Vincent-Young sidelined through injury.  The hosts enjoyed most of the early chances down Ipswich’s right flank, with…

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OPINION: Are Ipswich Town as good as the League One table suggests?

Tweet Ipswich Town have enjoyed a brilliant start to their first third-tier campaign since 1957. After eleven matches they sit at the top of League One with a game in hand over second-placed Wycombe Wanderers and their unbeaten record still intact. They are one of two teams in England’s top four divisions yet to be defeated in the league – current European champions Liverpool their company. A key factor behind this is the strength of the Blues’ defence. Paul Lambert learned from his side’s weekly defensive calamities during last season’s…

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