Weekend Review: NunoBall on display as a Kane-less Spurs defeated a Kane-less Man City, exciting opening wins for Man United and Barcelona, Haaland (and Dortmund) look unplayable, and Jimmy Medranda wins the weekend

On today’s episode, Ryan is joined by Graham and Taylor to take a look at some of the biggest results from the weekend, including…

1) AFC Wimbledon has a home and Ryan is happy!

2) Spurs got a win for their new manager, while Manchester City looked like they needed a goal-scoring forward

3) Man United harken all the way back to 2008 in their win over Leeds

4) Reports of Barcelona’s on-field demise may have been exaggerated, even if their positive financial reports from a few years ago may have been.

5) Erling Haaland and Dortmund demonstrate that possession isn’t the most important stat when it comes to crushing your opponent.

5) Seattle reigns supreme as Portland concede 6 at home… two of which were so, so pretty!

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