Episode 38 - United Rebuild (featuring Mark Lomas) by A Football Report Voice published on 2014-04-29T07:14:20Z On last week’s show the rumours of David Moyes’ departure from Manchester United were building dramatically. Seven days on and the Premier League Champions (at least for a few more weeks) have undergone some seismic changes. We speak to <a href="http://twitter.com/marklomasESPN">ESPN FC journalist and self-confessed United fan Mark Lomas</a> to get his opinion on the rather ungraceful sacking of Moyes, the very romantic appointment of Ryan Giggs as caretaker manager and the very entertaining prospect of Louis van Gaal taking over next season. Whilst United sit in a corner and think about what they’ve done, the elite of European football are clashing horns once more in the Champions League semi-finals. Listen to our previews of the second legs and who will sneak through in two beautifully poised match-ups. As well as tipping Chelsea to cause Atletico considerable problems at the Bridge, we show the Blues, Jose and their ‘two buses’ some rare respect and praise for their belligerent and stubborn win against Liverpool in the Premier League. Our continental catch up also includes our profile of the incredible partnership and friendship enjoyed between Barca favourites Pep Guardiola and Tito Vilanova, the latter of whom sadly passed away on Friday aged just 45. Outside of Europe, we look ahead to the weekend's bubbling A-League climax, give big props to Mexican side Cruz Azul for winning the CONCACAF Champions League after a humungous trophy drought, and tip our cap to Bradley Wright-Philips for becoming the first Englishman to net a hat-trick in MLS. Remember, you can get in touch with the team by emailing email@example.com, or on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/afrvoice">@AFRvoice</a>. You can also find us on iTunes <a href="http://afootballreport.com/itunes">here</a>.