Taxi for Pards: Alan leaves West Brom, Spurs win the Battle of the Bridge and Zlatan steals the show

Happy Easter you lot! We drag ourselves to the studio even on a Bank Holiday to bring you news of Alan Pardew’s departure from West Brom, David Wagner’s relaxed attitude towards the relegation battle and Man City preparing their championship champagne. 

Elsewhere there’s some ‘instinctual’ reactions from Marko Arnautovic, some unsurprising contractual stipulations from Ronaldinho and, of course, the gift that keeps on Kevin. 

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Further reading:

Pochettino is changing the mentality at Spurs:

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/tottenham-news-mauricio-pochettino-chelsea-things-we-learned-eriksen-alli-goals-miguel-delaney-a8284751.html

Marko Arnautovic has no sympathy for Mark Hughes:

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11685/11313663/west-hams-marko-arnautovic-has-no-sympathy-for-former-boss-mark-hughes

Zlatan makes an instant impact:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/apr/02/los-angeles-derby-lafc-la-galaxy-mls-zlatan-ibrahimovic-soccer

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