FA Cup review, the Moyes Effect and a big result in Scotland – Football Weekly

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We start with the biggest surprise of the FA Cup fourth round, as League One Shrewsbury Town come back from two goals down to secure a replay against Liverpool. We discuss whether Jürgen Klopp is right to state that he and the rest of the first team will not be present for the replay, as the match falls within the Premier League’s newly-introduced winter break.

Also in part one, we discuss West Ham’s meek exit to West Brom and Newcastle’s proposed takeover by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund.

In part two, we look at the rest of the FA Cup action before moving on to the Football League, Women’s FA Cup and fitba corner, where a defeat for Rangers in Steven Gerrard’s 100th match as manager is the key discussion point.

Finally, in part three, we round up the rest of the action around Europe, starting in Spain with Sid Lowe as Quique Setién loses for the first time as Barcelona head coach. We also look at Italy with Nicky Bandini, Germany and France, before remembering Rob Rensenbrink, one of the Netherlands’ iconic 70s stars.

Back on Thursday.

PS: we have some new announcements – we’re back in London on 23 March, at EartH in Hackney. more details here.

PPS: we’re back in Leeds on 9 April, more details here.

PPPS: and before those, Glasgow and Edinburgh, with Max, Barry and Lars – Elis will join us in Edinburgh, and one more TBC in Glasgow.

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