Podcast Ep 16: Pauly Kwestel from The Busby Babe is on the pod to talk Manchester United

Craig Hanson 4 days ago
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Pauly and Craig discuss the highs and lows of the Post Fergie era, the impact of Cristiano Ronaldo and much more

On this week's episode of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast, Craig chats to Pauly Kwestel, a Manchester United supporter and tactical analyst who contributes to The Busby Babe, a United fan blog on the SB Nation network. The boys get into what it's like to follow the Red Devils from New York City, Pauly's experience watching the team at Wembley and Old Trafford, and the tactical approach under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

It was yet another fantastic episode, Pauly was a super insightful guest, and we hope you'll enjoy the show!

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