The Coach Home this week finds itself in West Brom at first and Dan Hewitt has given up all hope and all pretence. The board has been sacked; that doesn’t happen very often these days, but is it too little too late for the Baggies? Dan most definitely thinks so.
Elliott Wheatbowen joins us and is more optimistic given Huddersfield Town’s win against Bournemouth and he thinks David Wagner knows the games he has targeted. Can Steve Mounie fire the goals Town need from here?
Neil Atkinson and John Gibbons host and have seen a lot of football this weekend. Click here to subscribe to hear this show along with TAW’s other extensive work covering Liverpool and the wider Premier League from a Liverpool perspective.
Love the pod lads. Really well done, but I do have one grievance. I don’t know if anyone has noticed this but on the past 5 or more Coach Homes, you constantly hear someone breathing in the mic when the guest is speaking. I appreciate everything you guys do, but it’s been distracting.
Thanks for all of you.
I wish West Brom well just because it a good away trip.
Bournemouth can do one until they build a stadium with a decent capacity, West Ham can take their monstrous ground down as well.
The top of the championship is full of potentially decent away trips.