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The Football Fever Podcast team express their admiration for United's long-serving manager, while Del Piero's move to Sydney FC gets plenty of attention

Roberto Mancini may be at the helm of the champions, but Sir Alex Ferguson remains the no 1 manager in the English Premier League, according to the Football Fever Podcast team. The Citizens would have won last season's title by 20 points instead on goal-difference had Sir Alex coached their star-studded squad. And given their defensive frailties this season, Mancini's men could taste their first league defeat on Sunday at the hands of visiting Arsenal after their Wednesday reverse in the Champions League at Real Madrid.

Join host Jason Dasey with guests Andy Jackson, Mayur Bhanji and Neil Humphreys for the world's first football podcast with an Asia-Pacific perspective.

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CAST


- Neil Humphreys, award-winning football author, columnist and satirist

- Jason Dasey, Premier League host and executive Producer, Astro SuperSport and consulting editor FourFourTwo magazine [Singapore/Malaysia]

- Andy Jackson, publishing director, FourFourTwo magazine Australia

- Mayur Bhanji, ESPN STAR Sports football producer, ex-BBC and Real Madrid TV reporter

 

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