The Jetstream Review – EA Sports Boycott

Dave (@JeterPool), Michael (@BodyNovo) & Furns (@SquadronNewy) review the 2-2 fixture between @NewcastleJetsFC & @WSWanderersFC at Spotless Stadium.

**Apologies for the issue with the previous episode file. We have rectified this and there is now actually sound on the podcast. Which is helpful.**

We decided to shake things up in this episode, with Dave taking over hosting duties. After he momentarily forgets the opening question, the lads get into the overall impressions of the game, before hearing from Jets coach Mark Jones at the post match press conference, thanks to Fox Sports.

The panel then go into detail about a stuttering Jets performance, discussing what went wrong in the first 70 minutes, then what they did to rescue a point. They talk about some players performances, as well as a discussion on the new temporary home for the Wanderers at Spotless Stadium, and the issues with the away bay arrangements. The podcast ends after a discussion on the team’s current injuries and fitness, as well as a nod to the work Scott Miller did in the preseason that has us in a good position in the league.

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