On a brand new episode of Collider EPL, John Rocha and Jack Hind discussing the following:
1. Rocha's trip to London and seeing a game in Anfield for the first time and meeting some of the Collider EPL fans in person.
2. Liverpool and Man City switch places in the table after LFC's draw with Everton and Man City's 1-0 victory over Bournemouth.
3. Manchester United keeps marching with a little Fergie time magic as they beat Southampton 3-2. They also qualify for the Champions League quarters on a controversial penalty call against PSG.
4. Gary Neville has said he would be surprised if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not appointed permanent Manchester United manager during the upcoming March international break.
5. Brendan Rodgers makes his debut as the Leicester City manager with a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Watford. Thoughts on his appointment and the Celtic fans' reaction.
6. Chelsea are just two points off the top four after they beat Fulham 2-1. The Blues are also appealing their Transfer Ban.
7. Solari is out at Real Madrid after two losses to Barcelona and a thrashing from Ajax in the Champions League that eliminated from the competition. Ajax impresses with goals from goals from Hakim Ziyech, David Neres, Dusan Tadic and Lasse Schöne.
8. Who takes over at Real Madrid?
9. Mauricio Pocchetino gets a two-game touchline ban for his outburst against Burnley but leads the Spurs in the CL Quarters.
10. Claudio Raniero out at Fulham after only 16 games in charge. WTF?!
11. Jack suggests 4 legendary players to Rocha to bring back to either the current Arsenal or Liverpool squad.
12. The guys also suggest a couple of soccer/football sports movies for the fans to watch.
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The 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is upon us. John Rocha and Josh Macuga are here to break this thing down region by region. They let you know if Zion Williamson and Duke will march thru this tournament to the title. They give you their picks for the entire tournament and look at teams like Murray State, Michigan, FSU, Michigan State, Liberty, Auburn, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina just to name a few. They also give you their thoughts on their picks for who will wear the glass slipper this year and be the Cinderella of the tournament. It's a fun and raucous breakdown of what looks to be an exciting and action packed tournament full of great games, upsets, and last second shots. Let us know your picks, who you have winning this tournament and which teams might be your Cinderellas this year in the Comments section below. Remember to Like and Share this video on your social media and Subscribe to Collider Sports on the YouTube and podcast channel.