PODCAST: Spurs stall, United progress, Arsenal's Champions League nightmare and Hendrick's worldy

Ian Whittell, Ian Winrow and Liam Mackey join Larry Ryan and Peter McNamara on the Irish Examiner Football Show

Part 1: Corner finally turned for Manchester United, but has Pochettino run Spurs into the ground?

Ian Whittell was at Old Trafford.

Part 2: Arsenal show steel to overcome Stoke setback. But the Champions League balls betray them again.

Ian Winrow was at the Emirates

Part 3: Jeff Hendrick hit a worldy, Darren Randolph reached into the top drawer, but also dropped a clanker. And the Dundalk backlash seems to have begun.

Liam Mackey with the Irish angle.

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