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This weekend we've got the latest instalment of the biggest rivalry in world football coming our way when Barcelona meet Real Madrid in El Clásico. To preview the game, Dan Burke is joined by Alan Feehely, Feargal Brennan and Jamie Kemble from Football España. How are the two teams shaping up? Which players will have an impact this weekend? And where will the game be won and lost? All those questions – and more! – are answered here.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure after Manchester United's defeat at Leicester, while Newcastle began their new era in typical Newcastle fashion with a defeat to Spurs. Elsewhere, Mohamed Salah scored another worldie for Liverpool whereas Arsenal's good vibes didn't last very long, did they? As usual, we discussed all 10 matches from the Premier League this weekend.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell and Alejandro Diago. First up and the panel discuss last week's Champions League fixtures including Arsenal's loss to Barcelona and Chelsea's 3-3 draw with Wolfsburg as the panel discuss if Emma Hayes should be concerned about her teams defensive errors. The panel then discuss what was a dramatic derby day in Manchester as Manchester United drew 2-2 with rivals Manchester City. With one manager probably feeling relieved and another one feeling frustrated, what positives can each side take away from the result? Over in Spain and Real Madrid celebrated their first league win and elsewhere Barcelona claimed a 3-0 victory over Atlético Madrid. With the Catalan side still unbeaten, can anybody stop the Primera División champions? Meanwhile in Italy the panel discuss the recent success of Sassuolo in Serie A as thanks to some good football and smart signings they remain unbeaten in the league. And finally, with the Ballon d'Or shortlist announced, the panel discuss who they would like to see win the award, which players are missing from the shortlist and why there was such a lack of player from the USA in the list of nominees.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Aaron Hindhaugh and Meg Wilson. First up and the panel discuss last weekend's games from the Women's Super League, including another win for Arsenal and Spurs as they both sit at the top of the table. In addition with Manchester City having now lost three games in the league, does this team have what it takes to climb back up the table? Over in Spain and Real Madrid are still without a win in the Primera División as the panel discuss whether alarm bells are now officially ringing for the side. Meanwhile in the Frauen-Bundesliga with Wolfsburg having dropped points in their draw with Freiburg, despite it being so early in the season, could the result prove to be costly in the long run? In addition, with the group stage of the Champions League kicking off this week, the panel discuss some of the blockbuster fixtures that await along with some predictions. And finally, with news breaking from the National Women's Soccer League in the USA regarding misconduct allegations, the panel discusses how the world of football has reacted. Also, with more news regarding a potential biennial World Cup, what implications could this have on the sport?
This week on the OneFootball podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and special guest David Mooney. It's a special episode in which the panel reflect on Sunday's enthralling match at Anfield, where Liverpool and Manchester City played out an absorbing 2-2 draw. Is Mohamed Salah the best player in the world right now? Should James Milner have been sent off? And how good is Phil Foden? All of those questions - and more! - are answered here.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen. First up and the panel discuss a busy weekend in the Women's Super League. There is reaction to Arsenal's victory over Manchester City which propelled them to the top of the league, Manchester United's disastrous game against Chelsea which saw them lose 6-1 and Tottenham's important win over Reading. Next, and over in the Primera División Real Madrid were without a win over the weekend, meanwhile Barcelona and Atlético Madrid remain unbeaten. As they prepare to face each other in just over one week, could Atlético cause Barça an upset? Elsewhere in the Scottish Women's Premier League history will be made as the biggest ever crowd for a women's club game is set to take place between Hibernian and Hearts at Easter Road, meanwhile Glasgow City are still at the top of the league, proving that despite their managerial change they are still a force to be reckoned with. Finally, with UEFA announcing that the prize money available to teams for the women's European Championship in 2022 has doubled, the panel discuss if this is a change to be celebrated and if the pressure is on for England to deliver as hosts of the tournament.
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. What a big weekend it was with Arsenal piling the pressure on Tottenham in the north London derby, Manchester City winning at Stamford Bridge, Aston Villa stunning Manchester United, and everything in between. As ever, we discussed every game and all the big talking points from Premier League matchday six.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Lauren Coffman and Give Me Sport Women's Olly Roberts. First up and the panel discuss the World Cup 2023 Qualifiers. England simply cannot stop scoring as they begin a new era under manager Sarina Wiegman, Scotland celebrated two impressive wins and with Erin Cuthbert putting on some great performances, could she get more game time with Chelsea? For Northern Ireland things are looking good both on and off the pitch with two wins as the nation are hopeful that the Irish FA will approve equal pay for the international men's and women's sides. Meanwhile Wales celebrated two important victories as the panel discuss if Gemma Grainger can take them to the World Cup. Next, and ahead of the weekend's fixtures the panel discuss the Women's Super League as Manchester United prepare to host Chelsea in what must surely be a must-win fixture for the Blues. Meanwhile in London Arsenal will face Manchester City, and should Jonas Eidevall get three points, will Arsenal be favourites to win the league? Elsewhere in Spain Real Madrid face a crucial game against Granadilla Tenerife, PSG will face Paris FC and there are numerous big games taking place in Serie A as the panel question if this season will be more competitive than last. Finally, Angelina spoke exclusively to Manchester City player Laura Coombs who talked about her recent contract extension with the team, why new signing Khadija Shaw will be an asset to the WSL, and why her club have what it takes to compete for the title this season.
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Phil Costa. It was another very interesting weekend with Chelsea putting down a marker at Tottenham, Liverpool picking up a solid three points, Manchester United looking like their old selves and Manchester City stumbling at home to Southampton. As ever, we discussed every game and all the big talking points from Premier League matchday five.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Emily Wilson. First up and the panel discuss the Women's Super League including Manchester City's loss to Spurs, whether the Blues can bounce back from the defeat, and if we are finally seeing a new and improved Tottenham team. Next and over in Spain El Derbi Madrileño took place as Atlético Madrid silenced Real Madrid with a 2-0 victory. It hasn't been the best start to the Primera División season for Real Madrid and the panel discuss what the team need to do ahead of their next fixture. In addition, there is discussion over the National Women's Soccer League over in the USA. As Portland Thorns look to give their manager Mark Parsons a good send off by winning the league, will they be able to pull it off? Meanwhile OL Reign managed to take three points from Washington Spirit after the team forfeited the game, and as they sit in second position, could Reign challenge Thorns for the title that they are so desperate to win? Finally, the panel discuss last week's Champions League qualifying games including the Levante and Manchester City's exit, and with the groups for the competition now announced there is also an in-depth look at each group alongside some predictions!
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and Rob Joyce. Cristiano Ronaldo's triumphant second Manchester United debut grabbed most of the headlines this weekend, but there were also big wins for Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea. Arsenal's season is finally up and running while Tottenham's good start hit the buffers at Selhurst Park. And there's plenty more to discuss as we run through all 10 games in the Premier League this weekend.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell and Lewis Ambrose. First up and with the return of the Women's Super League the panel discuss Manchester United's great start to their campaign and Manchester City's demolition of Everton. In addition after Arsenal's impressive win over WSL champions Chelsea, there is praise for Beth Mead and discussion about VAR and goal line technology in the league. Next and with Sarina Wiegman having now named her first England squad the panel discuss who they're excited to see perform for the national team and if Wiegman missed out any key players. Over in Spain and the Primera División started over the weekend and it was business as usual for Barcelona with a 5-0 victory over Granadilla Tenerife, with Alexia Putellas on the scoresheet. After being crowned UEFA Women's Player of the Year, is Putellas one of the front runners for the Ballon d'Or Féminin? In addition, the panel discuss the latest games from the Division 1 Féminine in France, including Lyon and PSG's continued dominance, the Frauen-Bundesliga and over in Italy the Serie A Women.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond. After the first leg of the Women's Champions League qualifiers, the panel take a look at Arsenal's victory over Slavia Prague and Real Madrid's performance against Manchester City as despite only getting a draw, the Spanish side impressed during their first outing in Europe. With the Women's Super League set to return, the panel discuss all 12 teams, their transfer windows and predict who will be taking home the league title. In addition there is also discussion regarding which teams could be in trouble and who the best transfer of the window will be. Finally, with the Primera División also returning this weekend, there are discussions about the array of attacking talent in the league, who will be the top goalscorer in Spain and if anyone can realistically stop Barcelona.
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Angelina Kelly. For the first time in top-flight history, Tottenham Hotspur are top of the table at the same time as Arsenal are bottom. There's also the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to discuss, as well as all the big talking points from the weekend's Premier League action.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago. After Portland Thorns claimed victory over Lyon in the final of the Women's International Champions Cup, Angelina and Alejandro discuss the tournament . Next, with the Women's Champions League qualifiers in full swing, the panel discuss upcoming fixtures such as Levante vs. Lyon and what elimination from the competition would mean for the Spanish team. Also, there is discussion regarding Real Madrid's meeting with Manchester City in what will be Real's first big test in the competition. In addition, there is talk of the latest transfers including Everton's impressive acquisition of Hanna Bennison, one of the brightest young talents on the market currently, and also the announcement that Christen Press will be joining Angel City FC and if the project can be a success. Finally, Angelina catches up with Watford FC player Amber Keegan Stobbs on the upcoming FA Women's Championship season including which teams have impressed her in the transfer window and what fans can expect from her newly promoted side.
On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Lewis Ambrose. And it was another eventful weekend which saw Romelu Lukaku make a blistering return for Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City looking strong, Michail Antonio making West Ham history and much, much more.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis and Megan Hughes. This week the panel discuss the news that USA international and football legend Carli Lloyd will be retiring later this year. The discussion includes what this means for Team USA, if other players may follow in her footsteps, and what she will be remembered for. Next, there is talk of the Women's Super League and the latest transfer news involving Chelsea's academy star Reanna Blades and rumours of Manchester City's attempts to sign Atlético Madrid's Laia Aleixandri. In addition, the panel discuss the recent news regarding the FA Cup prize-money disparity between the men's and women's competitions and what can be done to close the gap. Finally, the panel give their predictions for the Women's International Champions Cup. Although it is a friendly competition it is all to play for as four of the best teams in world football are set to go head-to-head. With Lyon and Barcelona representing Europe, and Portland Thorns and Houston Dash representing the USA it will certainly be an exciting competition!
The Premier League is back and so is our Weekend Review podcast. What a time to be alive. On this episode, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Pádraig Whelan to discuss all the big talking points from the opening weekend of the 2021/22 season. We will be continuing with our Premier League, European and women's football podcasts throughout the season, so be sure to join us!
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Olly Roberts and filmmaker for 3lance Media Ajani Pile-Gray. The panel discuss the final two games of the Olympics as Canada claimed victory over Sweden to take home the gold medal and Team USA took home bronze after a thrilling win over Australia. With great performances from both Canada and Sweden the panel discuss what the future holds for each team in the CONCACAF Women's Championship and European Championships. And with the USA shocking many football fans by missing out on the final, the panel discuss if certain veterans in the team should be hanging up their boots and how the team can pick themselves up after a disappointing Olympic Games. Next, and with transfer news coming in thick and fast the panel discuss the latest transfers from Spain and Italy including a busy window for Real Madrid and Inter Milan. Finally, the panel discuss some of the biggest transfers in the Women's Super League and the appointments of Jonas Eidevall at Arsenal and Marc Skinner at Manchester United. It's been a difficult summer for the Manchester team, but can Skinner turn things around?
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. As we head into the final stages of the women's football tournament at the Olympic Games, the panel discuss Tokyo 2020 so far, from Team GB and where the blame lies after they crashed out in the quarter-finals to Australia, to the impressive form of Zambia's Barbra Banda and the Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema. The panel also discuss the USA as they face Australia in the battle for the bronze medal, and what this means for the team as since the women's Olympic football event was introduced in 1996, the side have now failed to reach the final in successive Games. Meanwhile as Canada and Sweden prepare to face each other in the final, the panel take a look at their journeys so far along with some predictions for the fixture. And this week Angelina also speaks to Orlando Pride's latest signing, former Atlético Madrid defender Kylie Strom on her move back to the USA, her hopes for this season and her excitement to be playing alongside one of the greatest footballers in the world, Marta.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Watford's latest signing Amber-Keegan Stobbs. Stobbs talks all about her departure from Crystal Palace, her move to Watford and what life has been like since she has spoken openly and honestly about her mental health. In addition, Stobbs talks about the new Championship season and her desire to play in the numbest 10 position for her new club. And finally Stobbs also shares her thoughts on some of the biggest transfers in the European leagues so far including Esther González's move to Real Madrid, Manchester City's summer signings and the return of Nikita Parris to the Women's Super League.
Euro 2020 is over and Roberto Mancini's Italy are champions of Europe. But their victory meant dismay for England, who choked on penalties at Wembley just like in 1996. To discuss the final and reflect on the tournament as a whole, Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. We will be taking a short break from podcasting about mens football until the domestic season starts again, but we will be continuing with our women's football show during the Olympics.
England are into the final of a major tournament for the first time since 1966. This is not a drill. Repeat. This is not a drill. But is 55 years of hurt coming to an end, or are Italy about to extend it? On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Francesco Porzio and Manu Domínguez to discuss the Euro 2020 semi-finals and look ahead to Sunday's final. We will have one final Euro 2020 podcast coming your way on Monday, when we will look back at the whole tournament. Stay tuned!
The Euro 2020 quarter-final fixtures are done, with all four games providing us with some serious excitement and drama! On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Alex Mott to discuss Spain keeping their entire nation on the edge of their seats, Italy silencing Belgium's golden generation, Denmark's continued impressive form, if England finally have the perfect goalkeeper and all the other talking points from the quarter-final fixtures plus a look ahead to this week's semi-final games. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
This is a special bonus recording of our first ever Spotify Greenroom live stream, broadcast on the afternoon of Friday 2 July just before Spain took on Switzerland in the quarter-final of Euro 2020. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @OneFootball to be kept informed about future live streams.
The Euro 2020 round of 16 is over, and what an exhilarating, dramatic round of games it was. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Helge Wohltmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan to discuss England finally beating Germany, Switzerland's giant-killing of France, Denmark's inspirational story and all the other talking points from every last 16 fixture. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Emily Wilson and Her Football Hub's Megan Hughes. As we head into the final weekend of the Primera Iberdrola, the panel discuss Barcelona's season, Atlético Madrid's comeback after a tough few months and the latest transfers from the league. In addition the panel discuss some of the biggest signings in the transfer window this week and some of the latest transfers rumours in women's football. Lyon are currently in the middle of an overhaul which includes poaching three players from their rivals PSG and of course Arsenal's Danielle van de Donk who departs from the club after six years. Liverpool have added numerous players to their squad as Matt Beard attempts to get the Merseyside team back into the Women's Super League. Meanwhile things are not looking good for Manchester United who are still without a manager and are losing players by the day, as the panel discuss what the future could hold for the Red Devils as they are bound to be heading into a tough 2021/22 season.
The group stage of Euro 2020 is officially done and dusted as 16 teams head into the next round of the tournament with some thrilling fixtures lie ahead. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Angelina Kelly is joined by Antonia Hennigs and Joel Sanderson-Murray to discuss all the big talking points from the group stage as they look ahead to the round of 16. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
We've now seen two complete rounds of group stage fixtures at Euro 2020, and the tournament is really starting to get interesting.On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Manu Dominguez and Nico Basse to discuss Germany's demolition of Portugal, Italy's brilliance, England and Spain's struggles, France's draw with Hungary and all the big talking points from the tournament.We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell.Since the Primera Iberdrola is the only league with fixtures still remaining and after Bayern Munich and PSG lifted their respective titles in the Frauen-Bundesliga and Division 1 Féminine, this week is all about transfers! In the Women's Super League the panel discuss the arrival of Khadija Shaw at Manchester City and what impact she will have on the team. In addition with rumours circulating that Lyon's Nikita Parris could be making the move to Arsenal, could Vivianne Miedema be included in a swap deal? Over in Italy Juventus fans will breathe a sigh of relief as Barbara Bonansea has committed to a one year contract extension and they have a new manager in Joe Montemurro. Meanwhile their old manager Rita Guarino has been announced as Inter Milan's new coach as she looks to bring the same success to the club that she did to Juventus. And in Spain with Barcelona players asking for a change of coach next season, could we see a new manager at the club? In addition, not only are there doubts over Lluís Cortés, but some of their biggest players as Aitana Bonmatí could also be departing from Barça with Lyon and Chelsea both reportedly wanting to sign the player, with the French side allegedly offering to triple her salary!
The first round of Euro 2020 group stage games are in the can and so far the tournament has been everything we hoped it would be and more.On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Angelina Kelly, Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio to discuss all the big talking points from the Euros so far.We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
It's been a long time coming but Euro 2020 is finally upon us, and we are so excited.What better way to get in the mood for a festival of football than by listening to our Euro 2020 preview podcast?Dan Burke is joined by Helge Wohltmann and Manu Domínguez to talk about England, Germany, Spain and all the other potential favourites for the tournament.We're going to be podcasting throughout the tournament with a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen.First up and over in the Division 1 Féminine, the destination of the domestic trophy seems to be Paris as PSG held Lyon to a 0-0 draw over the weekend. This means that PSG still sit at the top of the table, with one point between them and Sonia Bompastor's team. All Lyon can do now is win their final game of the season this weekend and hope that PSG drop points! Then over in Spain, Barcelona's winning streak in the league came to a standstill as they were defeated 4-3 to Atlético Madrid! However, despite their blip in the league the team still had a lot to celebrate as over the weekend they achieved the treble as a 4-2 victory over Levante meant that they won their eighth Copa de la Reina title. Over in Italy is was the Coppa Italia final which saw a tense game between Roma and AC Milan head to penalties, where Roma goalkeeper Camelia Ceasar ensured that her side won the shootout 3-1, as they lifted the club's first piece of silverware. Next in Germany there was another cup final as Wolfsburg faced Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB Pokal final! It was another tense game as the fixture went to extra time and almost penalties had it not been for Wolfsburg who despite being down to 10 players managed to lift the trophy for the seventh consecutive time. And finally this week’s hot topic is all about Team GB! Now that Hege Riise has announced her 18-strong squad that will be heading to Tokyo the panel discuss their opinions on the squad, who sadly missed out on a spot and which players perhaps should not have made it into Riise's squad ahead of an exciting tournament this summer.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Emily Wilson and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell.First up and with Juventus winning Serie A over in Italy, becoming the first team to accomplish a perfect season in men or women’s football in the country. The panel discuss just how big this achievement is for the side and who could replace their manager Rita Guarino who is set to depart. Then over in Spain, Barcelona have continued their winning streak against local rivals Espanyol as they also hope to achieve the perfect season. One team who have arguably had a perfect season themselves is Real Madrid who are now in second place and seem guaranteed to be representing Spain in the Champions League next season. Next it’s over to France where a colossal game between Lyon and PSG could actually decide where the Division 1 Féminine title will be heading. It’s been a year like no other for Lyon, and the panel discuss if the absence of Ada Hegerberg has had an impact on the team, and who has performed well in her absence. And finally this week’s hot topic is transfer talk! The panel discuss managerial changes, rumours regarding Lauren James making the move to Chelsea and the future of Atlético Madrid’s Toni Duggan.
The final Premier League Weekend Review podcast of the 2020/21 season is here, and Dan Burke is joined by Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It’s been a season like no other and the gang run the rule over all 20 teams in the Premier League, discuss the clubs coming up from the Championship and even hand out some end-of-season awards.That’s it for this season but we will be back after the Champions League final, our women’s football show will be continuing into the summer and of course, we will be podcasting during the Euros. Aren’t you lucky?
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond and Jay Lewis. First up and the panel discuss what was an enthralling Champions League final where Barcelona were victorious over Chelsea with a 4-0 victory. It was a brilliant night for a ruthless, powerful Barcelona side and for Chelsea, despite the defeat, they were still able to appreciate what a momentous moment in the club's history. Next with the fifth round of the FA Cup, Arsenal and Manchester City both had important wins in the competition, meanwhile Manchester United crashed out against Leicester City in what was Casey Stoney's final game in charge. Then over to the Scottish Women's Premier League where things are still tense at the top with Glasgow City, Rangers and Celtic all battling it out for the two Champions League spots up for grabs as well at the title. With another Old Firm Derby on the horizon the panel give their opinions on the game, and which players have been impressing in the league. And finally for this week's hot topic Angelina spoke to Crystal Palace footballer Amber Stobbs about her life and career. After battling with her mental health, as well as celebrating great success with clubs such as Everton and Reading, Amber decided to take a break from football and played what she thought would be her final game with Charlton Athletic at 26 years-old. However, after some time away from the sport and after giving herself time to reflect on her experiences, Amber made the amazing decision to return to the sport. After a successful season with Crystal Palace, Amber discusses her return, her journey so far, her mental health battles and hopes for the future in a very open and honest discussion.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray.The season is almost over, there's another round of mid-week fixtures to come, but there was plenty to talk about from an action-packed weekend.Such as … Will Harry Kane really leave Tottenham? And if so, where will he go? Has Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers finally shed the fraud tag once and for all? Could Alisson’s heroics inspire Liverpool’s push for top four? Do Manchester City already have their Sergio Agüero replacement? How much is Carlo Ancelotti to blame for Everton’s struggles? And plenty more!
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and filmmaker for for 3lance Media Ajani Pile-Gray.First up and with the news that Casey Stoney has resigned as Manchester United's manager, the panel discuss their immediate reactions and who could take over from Stoney. Next as Chelsea lifted the Women's Super League title last weekend, the panel discuss what this win means for the club and manager Emma Hayes. Plus there is reaction to Jill Roord's departure from Arsenal and what's next for Aston Villa as three members of their coaching staff have now left their positions. Then over to the Primera Iberdrola, Barcelona also tasted victory as they were crowned champions of the Spanish league. For Barça they have achieved 26 wins from 26 games with 128 goals scored and with just eight matches remaining these numbers could rise! The panel discuss what this league title means to Barcelona, and whether Chelsea have what it takes to stop them in the Champions League this weekend. Meanwhile there were celebrations in Italy as Juventus became Serie A champions with two games to go! Despite their unsuccessful Champions League campaign, has this still been a successful season? And with rumours about the departures of Barbara Bonansea, Laura Giuliani and head coach Rita Guarino, what would this mean for the club? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss some of the most important questions in the sport including whether we could see a female manager coaching in the Premier League or the Championship and if women's football across Europe is improving. In addition, with Ajani on the panel this week there are discussions about his latest documentary: Throw In The Kitchen Sink. The five part series takes a look at some of the biggest talking points in the game including sexism, broadcasting, representation, professionalisation, and equal pay. Ajani tells the panel about his main motivations to make the documentary and what he hopes people will take away from the series. To watch Ajani's documentary, click here.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott. The relegation battle is over but the title race is hanging by a thread and the fight for top four is getting tasty.On the agenda this week are such topics as … Should Manchester City’s title come with an asterisk this season? Why do players mess around with Panenka penalties? Is it time to officially apologise to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Does Mikel Arteta deserve a chance to turn things around at Arsenal? Should Tottenham go for Marcelo Bielsa as their next manager? Can we expect better from Liverpool’s Thiago next season? How can Everton improve their home form? Did we not cut Steve Bruce enough slack during Newcastle’s injury crisis? Are Wolves actually a bright, young team in the making? What next for Fulham and West Brom? And much, much more.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Olly Roberts. First up and despite Manchester City getting a great 4-0 victory over Birmingham City putting them at the top of the Women's Super League, it was taken away a few days later as Chelsea regained their spot in first place after they beat their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0. In addition, with news of a potential transfer of Khadija Shaw from Bordeaux to Manchester City the panel discuss if she would be a good signing for the Blues. Next over to Italy where there has been lots of action in Serie A and the Coppa Italia. Despite bowing out of the cup competition, Juventus have managed to bounce back in the league as they look set to clinch the title. Meanwhile with news of Barbara Bonansea reportedly hiring Mino Raiola as her agent, and a potential move to Lyon on the cards, would this be a good move for the player? Then in the Copa de la Reina there were big wins for Atlético Madrid, Levante, Madrid CFF and Barcelona. With all four teams determined to lift the piece of silverware who will actually make it to the final and win? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss the Champions League semi-final games that saw Barcelona and Chelsea progress to the final of the competition. A win for either side would be historic, but who will be crowned the Champions of Europe?
The OneFootball Podcast is back.On today's episode, Joana Bueno welcomes Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio to talk about Man City and Chelsea knocking PSG and Real Madrid out of the Champions League and Italian football's "crazy week".In Manchester, Neymar missed Mbappé and City beat Paris Saint-Germain once more, while N'Golo Kanté simply owned the midfield at Stamford Bridge.Meanwhile, Inter Milan won the Scudetto after 11 years, and AS Roma surprised everyone by announcing José Mourinho as their new coach next season.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Pádraig Whelan and Alex Mott. Manchester United vs Liverpool didn’t go ahead, but there were nine other games to talk about featuring plenty of hot topics. Topics such as … Will Manchester City live to regret letting Sergio Agüero go? Is N’Golo Kanté still the best defensive midfielder in the business? Will Mikel Arteta still be in charge of Arsenal next season? What exactly is ‘the Tottenham way’? Have Everton bottled it? Does Graham Potter deserve a bigger job than Brighton? Is West Ham’s success sustainable? How hard is it to be a fasting footballer during Ramadan? And much, much more.
The OneFootball Podcast is back. On today's episode, Joana Bueno is joined by Dan Burke and Manu Domínguez to talk about the first leg matches of the Champions League semifinals. In Paris, PSG scored first, but Man City came back with an amazing second half and a beautiful goal by De Bruyne on the "corridor of uncertainty".Under heavy rain, Benzema saved Real Madrid once more, but Chelsea are determined to make it to the final - if Timo Werner stops missing goals.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Emily Wilson. First up and with news breaking that Lyon have parted ways with their manager Jean-Luc Vasseur, the panel discuss what his departure means and whether it was the right decision. With the arrival of Sonia Bompastor, becoming the first woman to coach the team, can she help Lyon finish the season successfully? Next over to the Women’s Super League and Manchester United are hot on Arsenal’s heels as they desperately seek a Champions League spot. For Casey Stoney’s side it was a comfortable 4-1 victory over Spurs which saw Christen Press back at her best for United after some time out with an injury. Meanwhile Arsenal celebrated a sixth straight Women's Super League win over Brighton, with Jordan Nobbs getting both of Arsenal goals in what has been an impressive comeback season after she was sidelined with an injury. In addition, with the news of the retirement of Fara Williams this week, the panel reflect on her impact in the game. Then in the Frauen-Bundesliga with only two points between Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg it’s all to play for. Wolfsburg have managed to bounce back from their Champions League exit, and with Bayern Munich suffering defeat in the league recently, can Wolfsburg take advantage in their meeting next week? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss the upcoming second legs of the Champions League semi-final games as PSG and Barcelona go into the fixture with a 1-1 draw, and Bayern Muich have a 2-1 edge over Chelsea. In addition, with news of additional financial support for the competition and more Video Assistant Referee technology available, the panel discuss the recent changes and the work that still remains in the sport.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And after last week’s hiatus, there’s lots to talk about. Including such topics as … Why do Manchester City keep winning the Carabao Cup? Who should be the next Tottenham manager? Has Jürgen Klopp let Liverpool down this season? Will Timo Werner turn his Chelsea career around? Is Unai Emery about to get his revenge on Arsenal? What even is the handball rule? Is Kelechi Iheanacho better than Erling Haaland? Who could have possibly predicted that Sheffield United would be relegated? And much, much more.
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Megan Hughes.First up and it's over to the Women's Super League where Chelsea and Manchester City faced each other in a thrilling game that ended in a 2-2 draw. With Chelsea still on top in the league with only two more games left, will Emma Hayes and her team march on to victory or stumble at the final hurdle? And if they do, will Manchester City be able to take advantage? Next it's over to France and the Champions League where PSG ended Lyon's dreams of lifting the Champions League trophy for the sixth time in a row as the Parisian side progressed to the next stage of the competition after their second leg match ended 2-2. With only the Division 1 Féminine left to play for, will Lyon be able to overcome PSG domestically and prove that they are still a force to be reckoned with? Then looking at the Primera Iberdrola, Barcelona are simply unstoppable at the moment at the top of the league. However, the final two Champions League spots are still up for grabs. Real Madrid are just one point behind Levante - could they take second place in their first season donning the Real Madrid name? Meanwhile, with Atlético Madrid currently in seventh position, can they still manage to finish the season on a high note? And finally for this week's hot topic, with the groups for the women's football tournament in the Olympics this summer finally drawn, the panel take a look at which teams will progress to the quarter finals. With the likes of Germany and Spain not featuring in the competition this year and nations such as Zambia and Chile making their debuts, the panel also discuss who will be winning gold this summer in Tokyo.
The OneFootball Podcast is back for another week. This time, Joana Bueno discusses the Champions League quarter finals with Thomas Bourguignon and Daniel Cadena.PSG did it! They eliminated Bayern, in a wonderful performance by Neymar, and will now face Man City in the semifinal everyone is looking forward to. In the other semi, can Chelsea beat Real Madrid's heavy shirt?
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell.First up the panel take a look at some of the international games that have taken place over the last week, including England's two losses against France and Canada. The two games represented a final chance for the England players to impress coach Hege Riise before she names her Olympic squad, and with numerous lacklustre performances over the last week, could this jeopardise who will be heading to Tokyo? Next, sticking with the international fixtures, it was a big week for Spain who were able to silence the Netherlands with a 1-0 victory, sparking excitement about what the future will hold for the Spanish national team. Meanwhile it was a momentous week for Northern Ireland who celebrated the country's first ever qualification for a major women's tournament this week with their victory over Ukraine in their Euro 2022 play-off fixture. Then, with the Scottish Women's Premier League back after a winter break due to Covid-19, it really is all to play for as Rangers, Glasgow City and Celtic are all in the mix to be crowned Champions, and after some important wins for all three teams over the weekend, could Glasgow finally be knocked off their 13-year perch? And finally for this week's hot topic, with the Women's Super League celebrating its 10th anniversary, the FA will be opening a Hall of Fame to mark the occasion. With this in mind the panel take a look at which names they would feature in the hall and what their hopes are for the next ten years of the WSL.
On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. As ever, there’s tonnes to talk about as all 10 of the weekend’s fixtures are discussed.Including such topics as … Who will win Father of the Year: José Mourinho or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Is the title race back on after Manchester City’s slip-up against Leeds? Can VAR be fixed? Has Kai Havertz arrived in the Premier League? Is Jesse Lingard a misunderstood genius? Is Brendan Rodgers a fraud and are Leicester going to bottle it again? Is Gabriel Martinelli the real deal? Could West Brom pull off the Great Escape or are Newcastle now safe from relegation? And much, much more.
The OneFootball podcast is back for another week.On this episode, Joana Bueno replaces Ian McCourt once more, joined by Thomas Bourguignon and Helge Wohltmann.It's Champions League quarterfinals, and Bayern and PSG faced each other in a match way better than last season's final. Real Madrid is finally waking up this season, Chelsea had no problem beating Porto, and Man City won, but we expected more...
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell.First up and it's over to the semi-finals of DFB Pokal which saw Bayern Munich suffer their first defeat of the season at the hands of Wolfsburg who celebrated a 2-0 victory. With Eintracht Frankfurt waiting for them in the final, will they sabotage Wolfsburg's only hope of winning silverware this season? Next it's onto the Women's Super League where Manchester United suffered a colossal loss against Brighton over the weekend that saw them lose third spot in the league and a place in next season's Champions League competition to Arsenal. As we get into the business end of the season do Casey Stoney's side have what it takes to see it through and reclaim their spot? Meanwhile there were great wins for Chelsea and Manchester City ahead of their meeting at the end of the month. Then it is over to France where PSG celebrated a 7-0 victory over Soyaux-Charente. With the Division 1 Féminine seemingly PSG's to lose at this point, the panel discusses what this would mean for French football, and whether Marie-Antoinette Katoto could become one of the world's greatest footballers in the future. And finally for this week's hot topic, with the quarter-finals of the Champions League now done and dusted, and the first leg of the semi-finals on the horizon, the panel takes a look at the quarter-final games from last week, and how they think Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and PSG or Lyon will fare in the next round of the competition.