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On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Daniel Cadena Jordan and Helge Wohltmann. There is plenty to chew on from the week's World Cup action. England are through to the knockout stages, but how far can they go? Helge gives us the lowdown on Niclas Füllkrug and whether he can be the man to save Germany's bacon. Brazil are also through, while Argentina still have some work to do after Lionel Messi and Enzo Fernández rescued them against Mexico on Saturday. And we also check in on France, Portugal, Belgium and all the other big talking points of the week.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The World Cup is well under way and there's plenty to chew on from the first five days of action. England made a strong start but is this a sign of things to come or not? Elsewhere, France and Spain also impressed, but Argentina and Germany made nightmare starts to their respective campaigns. Can they bounce back in the matches to come? We discuss each match which has taken place so far and all the big talkings points from the tournament.
In this special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich sat down with Wycombe Wanderers defender Ryan Tafazolli. Of Iranian heritage, Ryan spoke about his affinity for Team Melli, their chances at the upcoming World Cup, how they might fare against England plus his childhood growing up and playing football as one of very few south asians in British football. Matt and Ryan also covered his experience playing against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and why he got involved in the YouTube scene, with his channel @tafazolli recently reaching over 50k subscribers!
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. There's only one thing on the agenda - the 2022 World Cup which kicks off in Qatar this weekend. Are we excited for it? Who is going to win it? Who will be the biggest flop? All of those questions and many more are answered as we run through each group with a fine tooth comb and predict how the tournament might pan out.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Cristiano Ronaldo has officially aired his dirty laundry in public but why now? Will it harm his legacy? And what should Manchester United do about it? Maybe United already have the next Ronaldo in young Alejandro Garnacho, while Manchester City are five points behind Arsenal after suffering a shock defeat at home to Brentford on Saturday. We discuss all the big Premier League talking points from the weekend, before taking a temperature check on each of Europe's top five leagues as we head into the World Cup break.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich. We record as England's World Cup squad is hot off the presses. Who were the surprise names on the list? Who was unlucky to miss out? And do the Three Lions have enough for glory in Qatar? There's also some discussion about the Germany and Brazil squads before we talk about this week's Carabao Cup action, the bizarre, foul-mouthed finale to Gerard Piqué's Barcelona career and the title race in LaLiga. Then it's time for a discussion on the potential change of ownership at Liverpool before we round off the episode with some funny stories and listener e-mails.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. The draw has been made for the first knockout rounds in the Champions League and the Europa League. Can Liverpool get revenge on Real Madrid? Who will prevail between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich? And who has dark horse potential? Elsewhere, it was a weekend of big matches in the Premier League. Was Arsenal's victory at Stamford Bridge the biggest marker they've laid down yet? And why were Chelsea and Tottenham so flat? There's also some LaLiga chat after Gerard Piqué said an emotional goodbye to Barcelona and tempers flared in the Seville derby, but not quite as much as they flared in Argentina. And to round off, Matt and Dan finish by giving a fascinating insight into their culinary preferences.
On this very special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke and Matt Frohlich are joined by Manchester City legend Shaun Wright-Phillips. Shaun joins us at OneFootball HQ in Berlin as part of Manchester City's Global Trophy Tour for an exclusive interview about his career with City, his strange role on the famous final day of the season in May 2012, the current City team, Pep Guardiola, Erling Haaland and much more. There is also some fun to be had as Shaun plays a quiz about himself, picks a 5-a-side team of the best players he played with and answers some quick-fire questions about the hottest topics of the day. Huge thanks to Shaun and Manchester City for dropping by with the beautiful Premier League trophy.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena-Jordan. The Champions League group stage concluded in dramatic fashion this week, with Groups D and H providing particularly good entertainment. But it was another dark night for Atlético Madrid as they were dumped out of Europe altogether on Tuesday. Is Diego Simeone under pressure yet and if not, why not? Carlo Ancelotti is the Don of Europe, Olivier Giroud is Mr Big Occasion and Denis Zakaria has finally arrived at Chelsea. All Champions League bases were covered this week. Then there's some chat about Julen Lopetegui's Wolves U-Turn and Lionel Messi's future before looking ahead to a Super Sunday in the Premier League.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Liverpool's defeat to Leeds suggests their poor run is more than just a blip. Could this be the beginning of the end of Jürgen Klopp's time at the club? Elsewhere in the Premier League, Chelsea boss Graham Potter endured an unhappy return to Brighton, Tottenham came from behind to beat Bournemouth, and Matt was on hand to witness a great game between Manchester United and West Ham at Old Trafford. It was also an interesting weekend in LaLiga with late drama costing both Real Madrid and Atlético points, and making the title race very interesting. Then it's time to look ahead to a decisive round of action in the Champions League before finishing with an interesting question about Lionel Messi's future.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Saturday's big match at Stamford Bridge finished in a 1-1 draw which neither side will have been particularly satisfied with, while Arsenal also dropped points at Southampton. Elsewhere in the Premier League, Aston Villa got a new manager bounce without even hiring a new manager, which might just give struggling Leeds United food for thought. Over in Spain, Sevilla have already changed managers but Jorge Sampaoli's return to the club hasn't quite had the desired effect yet, and Matt has some interesting tales from his trip to Florence to share with the podcast.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. It has been a big mid-week in the Premier League with Manchester United's victory over Tottenham the biggest talking point. Was this United's best performance under Erik ten Hag so far? Why do Spurs struggle against the top teams? And how embarrassed should Cristiano Ronaldo be after he stormed off in a huff? Elsewhere, Kepa Arrizabalaga and Miguel Almirón are both in great form, while there has been some interesting speculation about the managerial situations at Aston Villa and Wolves this week. This week has also seen reports of a possible Super League revival. Is there any chance it could happen? And would the English clubs get involved again? There are also some great listener questions to get stuck into, and Dan and Matt swap travel stories.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Karim Benzema got his hands on the 2022 Ballon d'Or on Monday night, capping off a great weekend for him and Real Madrid. Did he deserve the Ballon d'Or, and is football way too obsessed with individual awards? Speaking of El Clásico, what does that result mean for Barcelona's chances of having a successful season? Is Xavi under pressure to deliver already? Over in the Premier League, Liverpool emerged victorious from their clash with Manchester City. How did they stop Erling Haaland, and were they fortunate to get a big VAR call in their favour? There's also time to debate Arsenal's title chances, Manchester United's lack of influence when it comes to referees, and João Félix's disappointing stint at Atlético Madrid.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Barcelona's 3-3 draw with Inter leaves them on the verge of Champions League elimination at the group stage for the second year running. How much of a catastrophe would that be and who is to blame? Liverpool got a much-needed confidence boost with Mo Salah netting a record-breaking hat-trick against Rangers, while Juventus suffered a chastening defeat at the hands of Maccabi Haifa leaving Max Allegri in an untenable position ... or is he? There was plenty else going on in the Champions League to talk about, as well as two massive games coming our way from LaLiga and the Premier League this weekend.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Alex Mott. After Arsenal passed their biggest test of the so far, must we now consider them Manchester City's closest title challengers? Elsewhere in the Premier League, Newcastle are on the right track one year on from their big takeover, while Aston Villa appear to going off the rails under Steven Gerrard. There was a huge game in the Bundesliga at the weekend as Borussia Dortmund fought back to earn a big point against Bayern Munich, while Xabi Alonso made a fine start to his tenure as Bayer Leverkusen. While in Italy, Napoli are in fine form heading into another interesting round of Champions League fixtures.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Adam Digby. After Napoli beat Ajax 6-1 in the midweek round of the Champions League, it's time to look into how they've blown away all the doom and gloom after they sold off club legends Kalidou Koulibaly, Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens in the summer. Doing well in both European action and sitting top of the tree in Serie A, Napoli have put together a real strong side in all departments, and boss Luciano Spalletti is letting them play with attacking freedom. That's largely thanks to Sporting Director Cristiano Giuntoli, who has discovered Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and South Korean defender Kim Min-jae. Ending as usual with a trivia question, which of course is also Napoli themed and a nod to the retiring Gonzalo Higuain.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Padraig Whelan. Erling Haaland continues his amazing run of form with a Manchester Derby hat-trick to set records tumbling. Arsenal take control of the league table with yet another home win in the North London derby, Barcelona end a two year absence at the top plus the guys preview some of the biggest games in the Champions League this week!
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Thomas Stockting. Club football is back this weekend but before looking ahead to that, the gang reflect on the biggest talking points from this week's international fixtures. What did we learn about England and Germany in their 3-3 draw? And is it time to feel sorry for the beleaguered Harry Maguire? Elsewhere, Portugal appear to be wasting one of the most talented generations ever, Brazil and Argentina are in red hot form, and in terms of optimism heading into the World Cup, the United States and Canada could hardly be further apart. Then it's time to turn attention to the Premier League, specifically the north London and Manchester derbies. How is Arsenal v Spurs likely to play out? And how should Manchester United approach their trip to the Etihad?
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. England's defeat to Italy on Friday confirmed their relegation from Uefa Nations League A. What is going wrong? Is it time for Gareth Southgate to go? And if so, who should take over? Elsewhere, Phil Foden is poised to sign a new Manchester City contract, while Eric Cantona has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United. And most importantly of all, the new FIFA game is out this week. Is it going to be good? And what is the best football video game of all-time?
On this episode of the One Football podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Conor Clancy. Atalanta are currently joint-top of Serie A, so what better time to look at what's made them so successful in recent years, why they might have changed their ultra-attacking approach recently and what's in store for them in the future. Both Juventus and Roma are doing well in the Women's Champions League, which gives a perfect opportunity to discuss where Italy as a country is up to with the women's game. With another defeat to lowly Monza, Juventus are once again on the agenda, and finally Italy's national team has failed to qualify for the World Cup after their Euro 2020 success. What's up with them? Finishing as always with an Atalanta-themed look at whether Conor prefers Luis Muriel or Duván Zapata and a tricky trivia question thrown in too.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. There are just under two months to go until the World Cup kicks off. Is it a time for excitement or conflicting emotions? There's also some intriguing international fixtures to look forward to this weekend, as well as some interesting stories from the world of club football to chew on. And in a podcast that feels a bit like the last day of school term, the panel finish off with some fun and games.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Alex Mott. After Arsenal laid their Brentford demons to rest on Sunday, are we looking at genuine title contenders or not? Heung-min Son broke his duck with a stunning hat-trick in Tottenham's demolition of Leicester, but Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers is under huge pressure. The fraud-o-meter is well and truly out of storage. Elsewhere in Europe, PSV in Feyenoord played out a seven-goal thriller in the Eredivisie, which gives the guys opportunity to wax lyrical about Cody Gakpo and Xavi Simons. It was also a crazy weekend of results in Serie A, and there were some bafflingly fast red cards in France in Turkey.
On this episode of the One Football podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Adam Digby. Juventus continue to struggle after a 2-1 defeat to Benfica in the Champions League, with some fans calling for boss Max Allegri to be fired. Why did Juve bring him back for a second spell in the first place? And what are the problems now? With Juve down in the dumps, who is the favourite to win the Scudetto this season? Moving onto the UCL, Napoli are flying with a 3-0 win away at Rangers in midweek, but considering Luciano Spalletti's past form, can they sustain their early season brilliance? Both Milan clubs won in midweek, but the two bosses are in very different situations with Simone Inzaghi under pressure at Inter and Stefano Pioli comfortable in his position with the Rossoneri after winning the league last year and the stellar form of Rafael Leão. We finish, as always, with a trivia question and by asking who was better: Zinedine Zidane or Andrea Pirlo?
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Chloe Beresford. It has been another interesting week of Champions League action, with Bayern Munich winning their reunion with Robert Lewandowski, Liverpool getting a much-needed win, Erling Haaland defying physics and much, much more. The gang discuss all of that before turning their attention to Todd Boehly's controversial Premier League All-Star game. Would it be a good idea? And how would it work?
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. The Premier League may have been cancelled this weekend but there was plenty going on in the football world. Lionel Messi and Neymar combined beautifully in PSG's win over Brest, Real Madrid and Barcelona are both in excellent form in LaLiga, and there's another round of Champions League fixtures to look forward to this week. All of that and more is discussed here.
On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Pádraig Whelan. Roma were given a huge build-up after winning the Uefa Conference League at the end of last season, selling record season tickets and signing Paulo Dybala. Yet after a good start, they've lost 4-0 to Udinese followed by a midweek Europa League defeat to Ludogorets. Is this a crisis for José Mourinho? Next up is Napoli's superb Champions League performance versus Liverpool, Juve's stale display versus PSG and Milan and Inter's fortunes in the competition. Finally, we discuss whether Daniele De Rossi was better than Roy Keane, and finish with a bit of trivia.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Thomas Stockting. There's really only one place to start after Chelsea gave Thomas Tuchel his marching orders this week and brought in Graham Potter. Did Tuchel deserve the sack? And how much of a gamble is the Potter appointment? Next on the agenda is Liverpool's woes after Wednesday night's humbling defeat in Naples. How can Jürgen Klopp arrest the decline? And do we need to talk about Trent? After that the gang run the rule over all the big talking points from the Champions League this week, before looking ahead to the Europa League, the return of the Women's Super League and a big match in the Premier League.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The big match up for discussion is Manchester United's 3-1 win over Arsenal. How has Erik ten Hag turned United around so quickly? And should Arsenal be concerned or encouraged by their performance? It was also another weekend of VAR madness in the Premier League which begs the question: Would football simply be better off without it? There's time for a Bundesliga update before the panel look ahead to the Champions League, with some blockbuster clashes and plenty of intrigue to look forward to in this week's group stage fixtures.
On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, host Chloe Beresford is joined by Padraig Whelan. Inter, Roma and Napoli the only sides left with a 100% record it too early to say they are the frontrunners? Is a 100 goal target too ambitious for Inter? What do Roma need to do to improve in front of goal? Then it's time for a chat about the problems at Juventus and what the management need to do about it. There's also time for a bit of nostalgia and a difficult trivia question too.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Chloe Beresford. After nominating their favourite matches of the weekend, the panel get stuck into Sunday's pulsating clash from St James' Park which of course finished Newcastle 3-3 Manchester City. Then it's time for a look at Chelsea's collapse at Leeds and Arsenal's dream start to the season, before running the rule over three clubs who have made worrying starts to the new Premier League season. There's also time for some transfer chat, Robert Lewandowski's Barcelona goals target and more.
On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, host Chloe Beresford is joined by Padraig Whelan. Kicking off with some chat about how the panel first got into watching Italian football. Moving onto the winners and losers in the transfer window. Have Milan done enough to retain their crown? And is Juve's squad now sufficient to return to prominence? Napoli have lost all their leaders, and it'll be interesting to see how they recover. There's also a couple of quick-fire questions to finish off as the panel ponder who was better, original Ronaldo or Gabriel Batistuta?
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. After a stalling start to the season, are Liverpool in crisis or does everybody need to calm the heck down? Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo can't leave Manchester United for love nor money, while United are trying to buy just about any player who isn't nailed down. There's also trouble in Paris-dise after Kylian Mbappé got the hump with Neymar at the weekend, and the panel ponder whether the Bundesliga really does need an end-of-season play-off to spice things up.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose. Tempers flared at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as Tottenham nicked a point away at Chelsea, while Manchester United appear to have sunk to a whole new low in their 4-0 defeat at Brentford. There was a brilliant game in the Bundesliga involving two of the league's lesser lights, and Gabriel Jesus has made a dream start to his Arsenal career. And there's also time to discuss refereeing conspiracy theories.
The first European silverware of the season has been dished out, two big leagues are on their way back, and Tottenham are taking it to the Bridge this weekend. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena Jordan. Real Madrid won the Super Cup but is it a genuine trophy? And how will they fare in LaLiga this season? Can Barcelona challenge them with those pesky financial restrictions? Serie A is also kicking off this weekend. Will Milan retain the Scudetto or will Inter, Juventus or even Roma snatch it from them? And in the Premier League there's a huge London derby on Sunday as Tottenham travel to Chelsea looking to banish their Stamford Bridge hoodoo. There's also time for some transfer chat, and a discussion on the most overrated and underrated things about football.
The 2022/23 season is up and running and what an interesting opening weekend it was in the Premier League, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1. Joining host Matt Frohlich to discuss it all is Dan Burke and Pádraig Whelan. Did Erling Haaland's debut suggest Manchester City are going to be significantly better than they already were? And is it too early for Manchester United to be pushing the panic button? What did Bayern Munich's blistering victory over Eintracht Frankfurt say about their chances this season. No Robert Lewandowski, no problem? Over in France, PSG made a strong start to their season with a Lionel Messi bicycle kick putting the icing on the cake. Is the trouble in Paris-dise over and could Christophe Galtier's side achieve their wildest dreams this season? And there's also time for some transfer chat and a discussion on the confusing financial situation at Barcelona.
A brilliant summer is about to make way for the return of the club football season, and the OneFootball Podcast team are here to look ahead to the two campaigns getting under way this weekend. Joining host Dan Burke is Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Can Liverpool or anybody else stop Manchester City winning the Premier League title again this season? How are the rest of the top four shaping up? Who will be the surprise package? Who might get sucked into a relegation battle? All of those questions - and more - are discussed here. And there's also time for some Bundesliga chat too. Will Bayern Munich make it 11 titles in a row even without Robert Lewandowski, or will Borussia Dortmund give them a run for their money?
Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Lewis Ambrose and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today the team look through the dramatic final day of the Premier League season that saw Man City crowned champions, Spurs take Champions League football and Burnley face the drop!
It's the penultimate Premier League Podcast of the season and host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke to reflect on an interesting round of results. Liverpool's win at Southampton means the title race will go down to the final day. Can Manchester City hold their nerve or will Steven Gerrard do his old club a huge favour? The top four race is all-but-decided after Arsenal's disappointing capitulation at Newcastle, but wouldn't it be the most Spurs thing ever if they messed up on Norwich on the final day? And the relegation battle will also go down to wire with Everton, Burnley and Leeds all still in danger. What a treat for your ears.
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Podcast host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. It's a packed show with 10 matches to discuss, including Tottenham's counter-attacking at Anfield which wound Jürgen Klopp up, arguably the worst Manchester United performance of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, and Manchester City's 5-0 thumping of Newcastle. Matt and Dan also take the time to ponder what Erling Haaland's move to City will mean for the Premier League, and who the contenders should be for Manager of the Year and Signing of the Season.
This week Lewis Ambrose is joined by Jessy Parker-Humphreys to preview the final weekend of the WSL season, talk Coventry United's incredible escape, and ask whether Lyon can challenge Barcelona in the UWCL final
On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and Daniel Cadena Jordan. And what else could possibly be on the agenda but this week's stunning Champions League action? Shellshocked Manchester City fan Dan is still trying to wrap his head around what happened at the Bernabéu, but luckily Joel and Dani help him make sense of it all. Hint: there's magic involved. Then the gang look back at Tuesday night's semi-final between Liverpool and Villarreal and assess the Reds' quadruple chances. There's also time to look ahead to the final. Is it written in the stars for Real Madrid, or should Liverpool be considered the favourites?
Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Lewis Ambrose and Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today's episode includes Everton's fight for survival with the victory over Chelsea, why Arsenal are hoping to be more like Liverpool, whether Norwich have an identity crisis plus MORE!
Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guest Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today's episode includes the controversy around Liverpool's derby victory over Everton, how Arsenal have turned it around and whether Conte and Pochettino swapping roles is a good move!
This episode of the European Tour podcast is a two-parter. In part one, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray to talk all things LaLiga. With the title almost sewn up, can Real Madrid go for the double? What do Barcelona need to do to challenge them next year? Who will win the Copa del Rey? And how is the relegation battle shaping up? Then in part two, Dan is joined by Andrea Agostinelli to delve into the world of Serie A. How are the Milan clubs looking? What does the future hold for Lautaro Martínez? Can Napoli challenge for the Scudetto? And will José Mourinho's Roma cause an upset on his return to Inter this weekend?
Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Joel Sanderson-Murray and Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today's episode includes Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-trick and Rashford's future at Man United, how Graham Potter is masterminding brilliant victories, the chances of Liverpool pulling off the quadruple plus plenty more!