Welcome back for episode two of the 24th & Parc podcast! We’re now up and running on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, YouTube, and Stitcher and we hope you will subscribe, rate, and please leave a comment so we know what you like and don’t like about our newest show.
On this episode of 24th & Parc, Eduardo Razo and Jon Olangi break down the latest Paris Saint-Germain news through the lens of popular culture. Recorded during the 2-1 loss to Stade Rennais, the guys give their quick thoughts on the result and the reaction on social media. Is adversity in Ligue 1 good for PSG or are their deeper problems with the team?
Also stemming from the match against Rennes is what PSG decided to wear. With one more kit yet to be unveiled, PSG went with what appeared to be last season’s white road kit, which is about as bland as their performance last Sunday.
Finally, the duo gets to the Neymar drama but instead of getting into whether or not the Brazilian should leave, we discuss which popular TV show this saga is most like. You’ll be surprised to learn Neymar has a lot in common with the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
The conversation moves forward to PSG’s women’s team and their recently released training video at the Eiffel Tower. Why hasn’t this been done before and can someone please make it easy to watch the women’s team play? These women can ball!
Au coeur de "l'entraînement vertical" de nos Parisiennes à @LaTourEiffel 🤗
— PSG Féminines (@PSG_Feminines) August 13, 2019
The conversation wraps up with a conversation around the Jordan Brand and the signing of footballers like Raheem Sterling to wear their clothes. If you could pick any footballers in the game today, who would you sign to wear Jordan?
Make sure you stay tuned all the way until the end of the show for a fascinating discussion on American fast-food chicken sandwiches. Is the new Popeyes chicken sandwich worth the hype? We investigate.