The Preview Show: Euro 2020 happens after all, Newcastle’s takeover meets resistance and David Moyes keeps busy

In which we learn that David Moyes has been keeping busy delivering shopping to the elderly. He’s really enjoying it too! Could this eventually lead to him retiring early and becoming a village handyman? Stranger things have happened.


Over at UEFA HQ they’ve made a decision about how the various domestic leagues will decide on qualification for European competition… and it’s that they’ll decide it themselves, on merit. Put more simply, they’ve said “you sort it out”.


As well as all this the Saudi takeover of Newcastle United edges closer, but company man Richard Keys has some misgivings, and as ever they are purely and wholly honourable. We also hear a suggestion to help the NHS and open up the Time Tunnel, where we revisit Tim Sherwood’s lowest point. 


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Further reading:


UEFA put the decisions onto domestic leagues:


https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/apr/23/uefa-european-leagues-to-determine-placings-on-sporting-merit


David Moyes ferries shopping around:


https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11685/11977329/coronavirus-west-ham-boss-david-moyes-delivers-fruit-and-veg-to-locals-during-lockdown


The Bundesliga could return on May 9th:


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52379825


Time Tunnel:


https://play.acast.com/s/footballramble/05fc3c61-8ac4-463a-b55e-d913dbfcc335


 

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