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CHN Radio Episode 67: Rafa is gone, What Now? (feat. Warren Barton, Alex Hurst and Graeme Bell

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CHN Radio family! We are back at it again with another episode of CHN Radio for ya. This week’s episode is all about the response to the unfortunate departure of Rafa Benitez. Greg and I kick off the episode by talking about a little bit of club news including the recent performance of Miguel Almiron in Copa America, Sean Longsaff’s rumored moved to Manchester United, and Mike Ashley's ludicrous response to his own failure to re-sign Rafa Benitez.

We are then joined by our own writer Graeme Bell and True Faith’s Alex Hurst to talk about the NUFC Fan’s Trust, and some steps Newcastle fans can take to bring down the fat man in charge.

Warren Barton then joins the podcast to discuss his thoughts on the upcoming planned Arsenal boycott, and the general call for fans to boycott all Mike Ashley related companies.

The episode ends on a somewhat high note as Greg and I are reminded our listeners on Reddit, of all the great Rafa Benitez moments during his reign here.

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