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Podcast SE02-EP23: "Gabriel Obertan's Head Is Like A Testicle"

After the RedMancunian team had taken a week off from producing varied noise in your ears, they’re back to discuss two matches, and six points for Manchester United.

This episode, in which the RedMancunian podcast crew of Craig Norwood, Jay Motty and Andy Thomo have talked about Manchester United for a record ONE HOUR AND THIRTY THREE MINUTES.. Discussing:

Sunderland match
Wesley Brown
Radamel Falcao
Angel Di Maria
Status Quo
FA Cup 1994
Newcastle match
Jonny Evans
Spit Gate
Gabriel Obertan
Louis van Gaal
Ashley Young
Ryan Giggs
Paul Scholes

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Listen to this week’s episode, we hope you enjoy the show!

RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast

Season 02 – Episode 23.

Manchester United Podcast

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By RedManc

RedMancunian is the number one source for Manchester United news, insight and opinion on the most successful football club in the English top flight. RedMancunian was founded at the end of the 2011/2012 football season. We hope to provide insight on football matters related to Manchester United and provides a sense of what the club was and is all about. Follow RedMancunian on Twitter - @RedMancunian

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