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Podcast: Episode Six- What's Your Favorite Molinaro Goal?

Ciao ragazzi,

I do apologize for the delay in releasing this podcast, I was out of town for the weekend and work kept me from editing the podcast as soon as I'd have liked. Rest assured, after two fun weekends travelling, I am staying put probably until (American) Thanksgiving, so you can expect a podcast to break in your Monday mornings.

This episode is during the international break, so there's no real games to analyze, instead, we just had some fun. We started off talking about the situation of Italy and Juve's left-back, and whether Molinaro, Criscito, De Ceglie, or Pepe can fill Zambrotta's shoes. This quickly descends into a fact-finding mission about Molinaro's various goals. We move onto celebrating 10/10/10 with our favourite Del Piero goal before immediately getting side-tracked into more Molinaro discussion, before returning to ADP's best. Finally, a discussion about the upcoming Lecce game and a short clip of our chatting when I'm not supposedly recording! This episode is a little less structured than others, but given the lack of Juve games (or meaningful news) we figured we'd have a little bit of fun with it.

Here's some of the YouTube videos we're chatting about:
Molinaro's goal against Sunderland
Molinaro's goal against Parma
Molinaro backheel alla Roberto Mancini
Del Piero's goal against Bari
Del Piero's backheel against Borussia Dortmund in the 1997 CL Final
Del Piero's goal against Napoli, his first coming back from injury
Del Piero's goal against Borussia Dortmund in 1995, his first ever in the Champion's League
Del Piero's goal in the Champions League against Manchester United

Hope you enjoy it as much as we did. We'll be back this coming weekend to talk about Lecce, and the upcoming matches against Salzburg and Bologna.


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