Nuevo miércoles de GMF con un montón de noticias destacadas como la salida de Sergi Barjuan del Barça Atlétic, la oficialización de las llegadas de Christensen y Kessié previstas para este fin de semana, el bombazo en el PSG que ha comunicado a Neymar que no cuenta con él, el viaje de Zidane a Qatar, la operación salida en el Real Madrid, la ciudad deportiva del Atlético de Madrid que estará junto al Metropolitano y que está a punto, la velada inédita e histórica en el Camp Nou, el "fichaje" de Braithwaite por Guyana y la revolución que ha provocado Joaquín en sus vacaciones en Ibiza.
Desde Estambul (Turquía), Jordi Gratacos en su segmento semanal en El Despertador. El traslado al Estadio Olímpico costará al Barça entre 15 y 20 millones Los culés se mudarán durante las obras mayores del Camp Nou, en la temporada 23-24. "Creo que esta es la mejor manera de celebrar los 30 años de los Juegos Olímpicos. “Jugaremos aquí durante las obras del Espai Barça, que arrancaremos este verano Xavi Hernández no se rinde y pide un esfuerzo a Joan Laporta en cuanto a una complicada operación Xavi ha querido saber cómo está la situación de Dembelé. Todos están a la espera de la venta del patrimonio del club para renovarle. Xavi fue más que claro y aseguró en una frase todo, ‘Quiero a Dembelé para la próxima temporada y hay que agotar todas las opciones'” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Barca Blaugranes podcast, I interview Emile Avanessian. Emile wrote a great piece for Urban Pitch on the bright future of Ansu Fati. This time around we chat about Barcelona's members approving the sale of BLM and TV rights. Then we chat about all the players that could be going in and out of the Camp Nou this summer including Robert Lewandowski, Frenkie de Jong, and Ousmane Dembele. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Barca Breakdown discussed the inching reality of Dembele, clearly one of the best players FC Barcelona has to offer currently, will most likely not come to an agreement with the club. The continued talks over the last year have not seemed to improve. Dembele is receiving interest from Chelsea and PSG for a new contract this summer. As his contract with Barca expires summer 2022, we will not be able to sell him and use the cash injection for future players.... much like the debacle with Messi. It is really tragic that Barca cannot hold on to some of the best talent walking through the Camp Nou. Reports are no further contact discussions will be taking place between the two parties. Interestingly enough, as one winger might be exiting, another winger just leaving PSG could be joining Barcelona. Di Maria made head lines when information suggested that Leo Messi recommended that Di Maria join Barcelona this summer. While there is not much backing the headline, Barca are in need of a bolstered roster. If the Argentinian could take some reduced wages, we could see the 35 year old winger find a place with the blaugrana. This would be a good move if Barca were to lose Dembele and Traore as our options are becoming increasingly limited. Lastly, it seems the Lewandowski is making things clear. He has lost the passion to stay at Bayern Munich and wishes to join FC Barcelona. Information suggests that Lewy is only considering a move to Barca and ignoring all other options.
Los rumores de separación surgieron por medios españoles, aseguran Piqué le fue infiel a Shakira con una joven de 20 años incluso la mamá de un futbolista fue señalada como la tercera en discordia ¿En qué se centraría la batalla legal entre Shakira y Piqué?... La custodia de sus hijos Tras supuesta infidelidad se le vio a la pareja juntos, no dieron declaraciones Se especuló que Shakira había tenido una crisis de ansiedad, ella lo desmiente Henry Cavill y Chris Evans ¿prospectos de Shakira? Sergio “Checo” Pérez emite comunicado tras fiesta y supuesta infidelidad a su esposa Stephany Mayor y Blanca Sierra se casaron y nos comparten las imágenes Javier “Chicharito” Hernández cumplió años y visitó a sus hijos en Londres, también celebra su primer aniversario con su novia Mahomes será nuevamente papá y te contamos como dio a conocer la noticia Los detalles de las vacaciones de Wanda e Icardi en África Oscar Jiménez y su esposa detenidos en Marruecos Kourt Zouma 180 días de trabajo comunitario tras patear a su gato Sergio Goyri se retracta tras lo dicho hacia el “Canelo” Emerson Royal sale ileso tras intento de asalto Lebron James primer jugador de la NBA en activo que amasa mil millones de dólares Rentarán en Camp Nou por 300 euros Festejos por el reinado de la Reina Isabel incluirían a David Beckham M'Bappe sustituye publicidad de Johnny Depp en famosa marca y el actor es captado con gorra de equipo de Tepic Los éxitos más sonados de Shakira que podría dedicar a Gerard Piqué tras su ruptura En los estrenos: Christian Nodal, Grupo Firme, Gerardo Ortiz, Christina Aguilera, Yuridia, Mau Y Ricky, Bad Bunny y más.
Adri Romeo e Ignasi Taltavull visitan el Camp Nou y el museo del Barça. Joan Gamper y el portero delantero. Copas en blanco y negro. El futbol es de la gente. Bojan y fotos con personajes sospechosos. El himno de la Champions. Preguntas vacías. Jacuzzi en el vestuari visitante, Messi y la moreneta. Todo cansa y lo que nos hizo felices debe ser destruido.
Se juntan Pau Kapayapà y Borja AnkaraHansen para divagar sobre la conquista de la Copa de la Reina por parte del FC Barcelona Femení para cerrar una temporada marcada por la liga imbatible, los récords del Camp Nou y el duro golpe de Turín. ¡Nuestra web y redes sociales! · Web: https://estadijohan.com/ · Linktree: https://linktr.ee/estadijohan · Twitter: https://twitter.com/EstadiJohan · Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/estadijohan/ · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... · Discord: https://discord.gg/JTcazuYVcy ¡Aquí nos podéis ver y escuchar! · YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWR... · Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/estadijohan · iVoox: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-estadi-... · Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4krBQLw... · Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast... · Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3xSr3lK
The Barca Breakdown traveled to Spain to watch the final two games of the season against Getafe and Villareal. Unfortunately, Barca were not able to score in either game and the performances were uninspiring. The environment of the Camp Nou was something you will not be able to feel at home through the TV. It was a beautiful experience and a joy just to be in the presence of the fans and vibe. There was not much to fight for as Barca had solidified their place in second, but it was sad to see so many players being uninspired on the pitch in the final two games. The team needs a lot of work and this seemed like a great opportunity to kick it into high gear and try some beautiful football. In the Getafe game there was at most one high light and the line-up was undesirable. No dembele and a backline of Mingueza and Lenglet. Then in the Villareal game, they just played poorly and let Villareal walk around them scoring two great goals. Hopefully this does not continue on into the next season. The top highlights were Adam meeting Pedri at the F1 formula race and the tour of the Camp Nou. The tour really gave you a deep dive into the history of the team and how they have come to be so great over the last 120 years. With the first Champions League trophy from Ronald Koeman's free kick goal to the astounding careers of Pep, Ronaldinho, and Messi. Even a great history of the presidents/coaches of the club. It was a beautiful reminder of what FC Barcelona is about and hopefully we can return to some semblance of greatness in the coming years.
Dramatic! What on earth are Damini and Rocky talking about on the episode? Not football, surely? Not Mbappe?! On this two part episode we tell the story of the #ProjectMbappe saga, in the most relatable way we can and much more!Part1: The music and life episode We start the episode catching up on life. Interesting theory: 'The moment we figure it out, we die.' We then recap Blood Sisters. (09:45) which transitions us into the conversation on the Nigerian hip hop scene that was trending on twitter. Something about ... "Who is DnD?". Shoutout to all the young Nigerian creatives doing their thing. (30:10) This brings us into touching on some themes from the Kendrick Album, we recap the topic of sex and the weird ways it can be perceived, Oedipus complex, and the Kodak co-sign: Product of environment? Doesn't matter! (59:10)Part2: The story of Mbappe Damini attempts to break down the enormity of the Mbappe transfer saga from the POV of a Madrid fan eating sour grapes. Is it a tale of entitlement and being too desperate? In the words of Drake, "You said I led you on, but you followed me." We detail the feelings and magnitude of the apparent betrayal. (01:19:50) We tell the story of the Florentino Perez, the ultimate closer; the man that stole Figo from the Camp Nou, being sold a Trojan horse. The devil himself was played by Mbappe of Bondy. A tale for the ages, the biggest transfer saga in football history since arguably Figo, maybe Di Stefano, and so the story continues for the forbidden affair.
Mariana Guzmán y Alejandro Villegas comentan las sensaciones finales de la temporada del FC Barcelona, que perdió 0-2 en la jornada 38 de La Liga, en el Camp Nou. Además, debatimos: ¿Ha cambiado el orden mundial? ¿Es lo que están haciendo el PSG, Manchester City, etc. lo mismo que hacían los grandes como FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, y Manchester United antes?
Episodio 175 de GMF para cerrar la semana con las noticias más destacadas del mundo del fútbol. Os contamos que el nombre de Guedes aparece tras la cumbre Barça - Valencia, el nuevo lío en el caso Dembelé, el sustituto de Mbappé y su precio, Ancellotti ya tiene elegido el 11 para la final de la Champions, el nuevo talento que Monchi está a punto de cerrar, la vuelta de Mourinho al Camp Nou en agosto, las malas noticias para Morata de la Juve, la apertura de diligencias por parte de la fiscalía anticorrupción contra Rubiales y Piqué, el acuerdo multimillonario del Madrid y la atrocidad en Senegal con un homosexual tras el caso Gueye.
La Liga Matchday 38 offers us ten fixtures this weekend. Join the crew as they go over La Liga odds and break down their La Liga picks and soccer predictions for Round 38.The Spanish top-flight league has reached its final round. Real Madrid has won the big one, with another big one to come. Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, and Sevilla will join them in the Champions League while Betis and Real Sociedad booked their Europa League group stage spots for the next season. Real Sociedad came back from 1-0 last weekend to beat Villarreal 2-1 at La Ceramica and got rid of their only direct opponent in the battle for the second Europa League spot.Yellow Submarine will not be playing in the Europa League next season following their costly collapse against Real Sociedad over the weekend. A home defeat to La Real leaves Villarreal in seventh place, and even that is not guaranteed yet. Villarreal must achieve a result against Barcelona at Camp Nou that betters that of Bilbao's away to Sevilla to guarantee Conference League football. Atletico Madrid booked their place in the Champions League, but they surely want to finish the season in the top three with a win against Real Sociedad on the final day of the domestic season.Kick back with BetUS's host, Gordon “Flash” Watson, who'll be hanging out with our soccer experts Roman and Pavlos to discuss the latest La Liga odds and hook you up with their hottest La Liga picks, free tips, and best soccer bets for La Liga Matchday 38. Access the latest news on soccer bets and the best sports betting advice on YouTube, as we analyze the teams and the latest soccer betting trends to get you the best soccer expert predictions. Stay updated with the news you need as the La Liga season continues.
Mariana Guzmán y Alejandro Villegas repasan el triunfo del Barça femenino que les permitió ganar La Liga de manera perfecta, con unos registros impresionantes, y la oportunidad que perdió el club de volver a verlas jugar en el Camp Nou, los rumores y reportes en torno a Robert Lewandowski, Ousmane Dembelé, Frenkie De Jong, y mucho más, basados en la entrevista a la que Joan Laporta acudió en Catalunya Radio este martes.
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Sam, Rik and Toni are back to discuss Barcelona's goalless draw at Getafe, which secured them a top two finish in LaLiga and a place in next season's Spanish Supercopa with one game to spare. Prior to that match, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski had revealed his desire to leave the German club, with Barça keen to bring him to Camp Nou. Running order:-- Bore draw at the Coliseum-- Second secured, roll on summer-- Mingueza impresses -- Balde 90 mins, Mika debut -- Rik's ratings -- Lewandowski wants out -- How Barça can sign him -- Perfect Barça women -- Luuk de Jong rules FIFA Support the show
The Barca Breakdown discussed the victory at the 3-1 Camp Nou against Celta Vigo. With Busquets out on a yellow card, Nico and Pedri injured, Xavi decided to not start our only midfielder Puig. Instead he opted for a 4 man attacking front with Ferran, Aubameyang, Dembele, and Depay, leaving Frenkie and Gavi to cover the midfield. The line-up made Adam and Yusef nervous as not having Busquets was bad, but not having 3 midfielders sounded even worse. It is interesting to note even though this was a difficult situation, Xavi still didn't decide to start Puig. This must say something regarding Xavi's trust in the midfielder. Is it time for Puig to make his leave and gain experience elsewhere? Regardless, Barca started the first half a bit shaky as the team had to adjust with a missing midfielder. For the first 20 minutes Celta made some good attempts at goal, however they couldn't seem to finish. Once Barca adjusted, Dembele put on his jet engine boots and was flying around the pitch. He was able to drive down the right flank and dribble the ball into the right side of the box. He made a beautifully placed pass to the middle of the box where Depay was waiting. Depay shot immediately and scored the opening goal at 30'. Before the end of the first half Jordi Alba makes an over the top pass down to Depay on the left wing. Depay kicks the ball to the middle and the Celta defender is not able to control it. Aubameyang sneaks in and kicks the ball into the back of the net. Half time ends with Barca up 2-0. Barca continued to press in the second half. At the 48' Auba makes a pass to Dembele. Dembele runs down the right flank with Auba running through the middle. Dembele gets the ball back to Auba who one touches the ball to take a 3-0 lead. Not 2 minutes later, Ter Stegen makes a terrible pass to Araujo. It was intercepted and Celta Vigo scored. Celta dropped to 10 min due to a bad foul at the top of the box. Not soon after Araujo Clashes heads with Gavi and is on the floor for several minutes. Reports are he was concussed and is recovering now and will be good. The last notable comment is that Frenkie De Jong, Eric Garcia, and Jordi Alba will all miss the next game against Getafe due to yellow card accumulation. Barca Look to take on Getafe in Madrid this Sunday where Yusef and Adam will be live at the game! Forca Barca
La Liga Matchday 36 offers us ten fixtures this midweek. Join the crew as they go over La Liga odds and break down their La Liga picks and soccer predictions for Round 36.Atletico Madrid narrowly beat champions Real Madrid 1-0 in La Liga, ending their 12-game winless run in league editions of El Derbi Madrileno. Jordi Alba's 93rd-minute volley gave Barcelona an important 2-1 victory away at Real Betis, as the Blaugrana sixth consecutive away win secured UEFA Champions League football at the Camp Nou for the 19th successive season. Villarreal's winless run in all competitions extended to four games, as Jules Koundé's stoppage-time strike secured Sevilla a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw at the Estadio de la Cerámica.With three rounds to go till the end of the season, Betis, Real Sociedad, and Villarreal are fighting for the two Europa League positions being separated by just five points in the standings. Fifth-placed Betis travels to play Valencia, a team that has nothing to play for but pride while Villarreal travels to take on relegation-threatened Rayo Vallecano. The leaders and crowned champions Real Madrid will host Levante in what should be a comfortable home win while Barcelona will be eager to make it three La Liga wins in a row on Tuesday against Celta Vigo.Kick back with BetUS's host, Gordon “Flash” Watson, who'll be hanging out with our soccer experts Roman and Pavlos to discuss the latest La Liga odds and hook you up with their hottest La Liga picks, free tips, and best soccer bets for La Liga Matchday 36. Access the latest news on soccer bets and the best sports betting advice on YouTube, as we analyze the teams and the latest soccer betting trends to get you the best soccer expert predictions. Stay updated with the news you need as the La Liga season continues.
The Barca Breakdown discussed the upcoming match Real Betis in Seville. There is a lot to be won if Barca can defeat Betis. Not only are Betis 3 points behind Atletico Madrid for the 5th spot in the table, but Sevilla are only 2 points behind Barca fighting for the second place spot. With Real Madrid already securing the title, Barca need this win in hopes to maintain their Supercopa chances. However, in the last meeting Barca were defeated at the Camp Nou 0-1 with Juanmi scoring. It is important to remember this game was Xavi's fourth game after becoming the Manager and the team was struggling. That game Barca were playing Abde, Jutgla, and Depay upfront with Busquets, Nico, and Gavi. This was a less than ideal line-up and things really changed when Barca acquired Aubameyang, Traore, and Ferran Torres. There was also the drama of Ousmane Dembele who was not getting play time due to the contract negotiations. Now the Barca team is different and a new story can be written. The recent performances however have really seen Barca struggle against sub tier teams. Alongside the injuries to Pique and Pedri, Frenkie De Jong has also been struggling in the midfield and his frustration is clear. To be fair, there is a lot happening and his performances may be due to the other surrounding issues limiting his abilities. Lastly, with the return of Ansu Fati, it could be what Barca need if they are struggling in the second half. It is unlikely that Xavi will start the youngster as he is just getting back from his injuries and it would be unwise to rerisk injury.
El FC Barcelona regresó a la senda del triunfo con una victoria 2-1 ante el Mallorca, en un partido que se terminó complicando más de lo que debía. Con un triunfo el fin de semana que viene ante el Betis, el Barça asegurará su presencia en la Champions League 2022-2023. Describimos la atmósfera en Camp Nou con el regreso de Ansu Fati, el olvido de Xavi con Riqui Puig y los fichajes fallidos en las redes sociales.
Barcelona's grip on second place in LaLiga Santander tightened on Sunday night with a 2-1 win over Real Mallorca at the Camp Nou. Memphis Depay opened the scoring midway through the first half as Sergio Busquets added another. We also discuss the off-season moves Barca should be looking at. Host: Gabriel Quiroga Guest: Craig McGeough https://twitter.com/craigmc1988 Barca Talk Website https://www.barcatalk.net Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sam, Rik and Toni talk about Barcelona's 2-1 win on Sunday night over RCD Mallorca, with goals from Memphis Depay and Sergio Busquets to stop the rot after three consecutive defeats at Camp Nou. Ansu Fati returned and there's a lot of talk about a certain Carlos Soler story which we looked at.--Step forward or not?--Memphis's display--Link with Auba--His future--Ansu Fati return--Striker or winger--League situation--Rik's Ratings--Carlos Soler--Don't lieSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/siemprepod)
The Barca Breakdown discussed 3 points that were secured in match day 34 against Mallorca at the Camp Nou. With Dembele feeling under the weather, Xavi chose to start Depay on the left and moved Ferran Torres to the right wing. Of course, Pedri is out so Gavi started alongside Frenkie and Busi. In the back line, Pique started with Ronald Araujo, Jordi Alba, and Dani Alves. The first half was pretty lackluster and disorganized. A few breaks from Mallorca could have easily been scored, but their team was not clinical. It didn't seem too promising until Jordi Alba placed a ball over the top for Memphis Depay. He was able to control the ball and score to take Barca 1-0. The half ended with much improvement to be desired. In the second half Barca really turned up the tempo, constantly attacking Mallorca. In the 54' Ferran Torres' shot gets blocked and Busquets picks up the ball. He shoots off his left foot into the right corner of the net and Barca are up 2-0. Fati and Dembele are subbed on for Aubameyang and Ferran Torres. Immediately, Barca shut down. Mallorca continues to attack on counters, and eventually earn a free kick. The ball goes over the top of the Barca line and straight at an open Raillo. The ball deflects off his knee and makes it past Stegen... 2-1. The match ends with Barca hanging on by a thread to their 3 points. Luckily, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla dropped points this week. Barca look to take on Real Betis on Saturday.
Cerramos una semana más en GMF con una buena cantidad de noticias destacadas: la barbacoa que hicieron los integrantes del Barça a modo de conjura para encarar la recta final de la temporada, las buenas sensaciones de la reunión que mantuvieron Alemany y Sissoko, el grave estado de salud de Mino Raiola, los cambios que pretende la UEFA para la edición 2024/2025 de la Champions, las bajas y dudas del Madrid para el partido ante el City, la renovación de Klopp con el Liverpool, la rajada de Ronald Koeman tras romper su silencio desde que salió del Barça, la luz verde a las obras del Camp Nou, la vuelta de las semis de la Champions femenina y el repaso a los resultados de ayer tanto en Europa League como en Conference League. Buen fin de semana.
Join Alex, Jessy and Abdullah in analysing the semi-final first legs of the UEFA Women's Champions League. Barcelona put 5 through Wolfsburg in front of another record breaking crowd and Jill Roord scored her birthday goal at Camp Nou. PSG and Lyon had bad games but still managed to score 5 goals. We talk through and analyse each match as well as answering listener questions at the end of the episode.
Join Phil Kitromilides & Sid Lowe in Spain for this week's #tsfp discussing Real Betis' penalty shootout win over Valencia in the Copa del Rey final and Rayo Vallecano's 1-0 LaLiga win against Barça at Camp Nou. For weekly Q&A and Bonus Pods, our series TSFP Presents, Al's Paper Reviews and access to the TSFP Discord, join us at patreon.com/tsfp.
La sorpresa e incredulidad aparecieron en este episodio de Fuera de Juego con la derrota del Barcelona ante el Rayo Vallecano en duelo pendiente en LaLiga y que representa el tercer revés consecutivo del cuadro azulgrana en el Camp Nou, algo que nunca había sucedido en la historia del inmueble azulgrana y el análisis se centra en la actitud desesperada y desconcenrtante del equipo catalán, luego de un periodo de buenos resultados que hacía parecer que el Barcelona rescataría varias cosas en la actual campaña. Por otro lado, damos un vistazo rápido a los primeros duelos de las Semifinales de la Champions y la pregunta que más debate provoca es si el Manchester City y Pepe Guardiola están obligados a eliminar al Real Madrid.
Escuchamos las primeras reacciones a la derrota del Barça ante el Rayo en el Camp Nou. 'El Sanedrín' responde a las preguntas Canallas de Dani Garrido y entrevista a Álvaro García, jugador del Rayo que ha dado la victoria a los de Iraola.
While champions have been declared in Germany and France, in Italy the Scudetto race remains neck-and-neck thanks to AC Milan's last-gasp win over Lazio. Michael Lahoud and Jonathan Johnson dissect the Rossoneri's spirited performance to stay at the Serie A summit (1:01), Inter's "easy" run-in (9:57), and Napoli's collapse in the final furlong (13:10). Plus, Salernitana and Burnley are putting up a fight (22:03), Betis are in Copa del Rey dreamland (29:55), Barcelona can't buy a win at Camp Nou (35:01), Liverpool compound Everton's pain in the Merseyside derby (37:38), Christian Pulisic spares Jorginho's blushes (44:50), and not every PSG and Bayern Munich fan is thrilled about clinching the league title (52:05). Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @MikeLahoud, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Barca Breakdown discussed the atrocious loss at the Camp Nou against Rayo Vallecano. For the first time in history, Rayo has defeated FC Barcelona 2 times in a season. Xavi deployed the usual starters excluding Pedri due to injury. To think the team that defeated Real Madrid at the Bernabeu 0-4, has just lost 3 consecutive games at home. After losing to Frankfurt, Cadiz, and now Rayo, Barcelona find themselves at a strong potential to lose their top four standing. Heading into the first half Barca were terrible. Passing was slow, off target, and poor in transition. Right at the 6' Rayo's Garcia receives the ball on where there are no players but a distant Dest. He takes a quick shot at Stegen;s near post and scores. Stegen did an awful job and that was Rayo's first and only shot in 90+ minutes. Barca could not recover for 113 minutes and score an equalizer. The only good players on the pitch were Gavi and Dembele. Who were close to scoring but could not finish. It seems this is the story of Barca in their recent matches. Their play is slow and predictable with possession for possession's sake. It resembled Koeman right before he got sacked. Barca only attempted offensive play with crosses that lacked any potential. There is much to say that the players looked fatigued and uninspired. Clearly underperforming; however, Xavi has a lot to do tactically to bring the team back into form to maintain a possible Champions League spot.
Xavi often cites Luuk de Jong as setting the standard of professionalism and application that he demands at Camp Nou. In part two of our conversation with Luuk, there's amazing content about the Barcelona head coach's methods, which include fun team games at training that seem to have little to do with football yet which sharpen you mentally and teach you positional and possessional play, and also bond the players.You'll also hear great insights into the natural talents of Barca superstars Sergio Busquets, Pedri, Frenkie de Jong and Ousmane Dembele.Subscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dans le championnat espagnol, tout s'accélère. Barcelone surpris par Cadix au Camp Nou, l'Atlético qui perd Joao Félix et Thomas Lemar sur blessure, et qui manqueront, sans doute, jusqu'à la fin de saison, et ce, en plein sprint final dans la course à la C1. Retour sur les temps forts de cette dernier journée. Italie : suspens total en Série A Les deux Milan au coude à coude et Napoli qui marque le pas. La bataille pour le titre reste ouverte. Et puis, année noire pour le Foot italien : clubs sortis de C1, équipe nationale absente de la prochaine Coupe du monde. Comment expliquer ce trou d'air ? Course pour le titre en Bundesliga, une affaire pliée ? Le Bayern Munich compte 9 points d'avance sur son dauphin Dortmund à quatre journées de la fin. En Coupe d'Allemagne également : la puissance de la D2 outre Rhin représentée par le SV Hambourg opposé à Fribourg (mardi soir). Pourquoi la deuxième division n'a jamais été aussi forte que cette saison en Allemagne ? Pour en débattre autour d'Annie Gasnier, nos consultants : Matteo Cioffi, David Lortholary et Nabil Djellit. Technique/Réalisation : Laurent Salerno, préparation David Fintzel.
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
The Barca Breakdown discussed the defeat at the Camp Nou which ended Xavi's 3 month unbeaten streak. After a tough loss at home against Frankfurt, Barca played Cadiz. Normally, a team fighting relegation in 18th place would not cause such an upset; however it seems things are catching up to Barca. Xavi has not been able to rotate players enough causing tired legs and injuries after returning from the international break. Pique and Pedri were out due to injury and Araujo was suspended due to yellow card accumulation. With these players out, we had Lenglet play alongside Eric Garcia and Gavi in the Midfield. As Aubameyang has yet to return to his goal scoring form (having also played many minutes since coming to Barca), Depay had his first start since returning from his calf injury. This line-up didn't seem out of question, although the results spoke for themselves. Barca were not able to create any effective opportunities on goal and the defense was weak. It only took one counter for Cadiz to score. It seems that Xavi's tactics have become predictable as the ball moves to the wings constantly and attempts to cross fall into the void. Moving the ball through the middle and any buildup is nonexistent. Many teams including Cadiz formed a strong defense against us and forced the counter. Barca stood no chance with slow, uneventful possession and they paid for it with a loss. FC Barcelona continue their fight to maintain top 4 in La Liga. With a lul of play, predictable tactics, and tired/injured players we look at the possibility of dropping to 5 or lower if we cannot defeat Real Socidad on Thursday and Real Betis in May.
Jimbo, James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens survey the footballing landscape over the continent known as Europe. Real Madrid, Bayern and PSG edge tantalisingly close to claiming their respective titles. Christoph Biermann reflects on a mixed week in Europe for Nagelsmann's champions elect and of course Eintracht Frankfurt in the Camp Nou. Resurgent Roma are flying the flag for Italy in Europe under Jose Mourinho while Milan could be on the verge of a billion Euro takeover. There are big wins for PSG and Lyon domestically but the fans remain unhappy and continue to protest. Michiel Jongsma tells us about the Dutch Cup final where PSV beat Ajax, who are in a precarious position as they prepare for life after ten Hag. Plus Gerard Pique's controversial role in the Spanish Super Cup moving to Saudi Arabia. And Karim the Dream is catching. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (03m 00s) • PART 2: Sevilla 2-3 Real Madrid and Barca out of the Europa League (06m 00s) • PART 3a: Christoph Biermann on Frankfurt, Dortmund and Bayern (15m 00s) • PART 3b: The Gerard Pique controversy (33m 00s) • PART 4: Resurgent Roma and a Milan takeover? (38m 00s) • PART 5: PSV beat Ajax in the Dutch Cup final, with Michiel Jongsma (51m 00s) • PART 6: PSG and Lyon protests (58m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
El Real Madrid concretó una remontadamás y ésta lo acerca al título en LaLiga, luego de recuperarse de un 2-0 en contra ante un Sevilla que buscó preservar esa ventaja y se encontró con la derrota. La mesa de Fuera de Juego analiza cómo fue que el cuadro Merengue concretó el importante triunfo y si el Sevilla le puso la victoria en bandeja de plata al club blanco. Por otro lado, el Barcelona tiene un compromiso pendiente en LaLiga ante el Cádiz y en Fuera de Juego el debate se centra en si el cuadro catalán intenta desviar la atención de su reciente mal desempeño con el tema de la invasión de alemanes al Camp Nou en su eliminación de la Europa League y por último, el análisis de la Semifinal de la FA Cup en la que el Liverpool derrotó al Manchester City para pactar una cita en la Final con el Chelsea.
On episode 345, Dan and Levon discuss Barcelona's 3-2 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt in a surreal home atmosphere. They talk about what might have led to the number of Eintracht Frankfurt fans at the Camp Nou, the repercussions for Barcelona, and much more! Running Order: Was that atmosphere as bad as TV indicated? What can the club do to prevent it from happening again? How much blame goes to Xavi and the players? What is the big picture takeaway from losing in the Europa League? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
En este episodio de Jorge Ramos y su Banda, la eliminación del Barcelona a manos del Eintracht Frankfurt en la Europa League es el tema central de la discusión, en particular, sobre si calificarla como fracaso o una piedra en el camino en la primera etapa de Xavi Hernández como DT azulgrana, sin menospreciar lo que hizo el club alemán, que contó con un polémico apoyo de más de 30,000 aficionados en el Camp Nou. Por otro lado, la Banda reacciona al despido de Marcelo Michel Leaño como DT de Chivas y analiza el papel del director deportivo, Ricardo Peláez, en este tema y su posición tras tomar la decisión de darle las gracias a Leaño. El trágico fallecimiento de Freddy Rincón es un momento que la Banda aprovecha para rendirle un pequeño homenaje a la leyenda del futbol colombiano y en este episodio, contamos con entrevistas exclusivas con Jesús "Tecatito" Corona y con Fernando Ortiz, actual DT interino del América.
The Barca Breakdown discussed the breakdown of Xavi's squads in the second leg against Frankfurt at the Camp Nou. Another big match in Europe where Barca were knocked out of the Europa League in a terrible performance. First and foremost, we think Xavi deployed a less than ideal starting XI with Minguza as RB and Gavi in for Frenkie De Jong. Even though we consider Aubameyang and Ferran Torres as regular starters, we believe after such poor performances from the duo that Xavi needed to try a different line-up. Despite what we thought, Barca came out in the first few minutes with an absurd foul from Eric Garcia. 3 minutes into the game and Frankfurt had gotten a penalty. Kostic converted to take the game to a 0-1 lead. Frankfurt continued to play aggressively, shutting down Barca's midfield and nurturing the wings. The mayhem did not cease as a screaming shot from Borre slammed into the back of the net taking them 0-2. The half ends and Barca leave the pitch defeated. The second half begins and Xavi makes 1 change by taking out Pedri, due to injury, and putting in FDJ. Things continue to look grim as Barca can't create almost any shots on goal and the chances that are created fall flat. In the 67' Kostic was able to shoot from the left side and scored in the right corner. Frankfurt's 0-3 lead practically sealed the game. However, deep into the second half (90+1') Segio Busquets put away a goal. Barca did not let up there, with Memphis Depay, who came in for Torres, was able to convert a penalty which was drawn by Luuk De Jong. Barca are able to get 2 goals, but FT is called and Barca are officially out of all major European competitions. Barca fans all around the world are left in shock as Barca cannot seem to compete in European competitions. Where does that leave us? Well, FC Barcelona are second in La Liga and still trail behind Real MAdrid by 12 points. Barca face off against Cadiz this coming Monday at the Camp Nou. Can Xavi compete for the La Liga title?
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes to chat with a very special guest: former Arsenal and current Wolfsburg forward Jill Roord! They begin by talking about Roord as a player (01:18), before chatting about her time at Arsenal, in Germany, playing for the Netherlands national side, working under Sarina Wiegman and the upcoming Champions League tie against Barcelona in a sold-out Camp Nou (12:48). Ian and Flo then discuss the announcement that Leah Williamson is England's new captain ahead of this summer's Euros (30:14). Host: Ian Wright Guests: Flo Loyd-Hughes and Jill Roord Producers: Ryan Hunn and Roscoe Bowman Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Flo and Chloe are joined by a jubilant Rachel after she witnessed a landmark moment for women's football over in Barcelona. She talks us through the amazing setting for what was a ridiculous Clásico showdown.We also give props to Liverpool after they sealed promotion in style - but how can they establish themselves in the WSL? And, as the Euros draw nearer, we assess Sarina Wiegman's latest squad for the latest international break.Got a question for us? Tweet us @FootballRamble, @FloydTweet, @GirlsontheBall and @Morgie_89Artwork photo - GirlsontheBall ©***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Musa and Ryan are back and there's only one place to begin: Camp Nou, which saw a record crowd as Barcelona defeated Real Madrid in the Women's Champions League to progress to the semifinals (5:51). They talk about the game, the brilliant goals, the importance of the occasion, and more, before also discussing Wednesday's other Champions League game between PSG and Bayern (24:34). Finally, there's some chat about the men's World Cup qualifiers (32:25) ahead of tomorrow's bonus episode in which they will reflect on the draw for the group stages. Host: Musa Okwonga Producer: Ryan Hunn Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jimbo's back alongside Carl Anka, Duncan Alexander and Dan Bardell to close the international window and look ahead to the return of the Premier League. Carl regales us with tales of his trip to Nigeria as Ghana progress to the World Cup while Mane and some lasers see off Salah's Egypt. Meanwhile England players stick together as Maguire gets booed by his own fans. The Athletic's Charlotte Harpur is part of a record-breaking attendance at the Clasico at the Camp Nou, a momentous occasion for women's football and another chance to hail the greatest sports team on the planet. The Premier League returns with the title and top 4 race getting back underway. Are Arsenal or Spurs the favourites? And how embarrassed should they be if Man United get 4th? Plus the Wolves Villa rivalry, Frank Lampard loses at FIFA and Mike Dean becomes VAR. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Ghana qualify for the World Cup (03m 00s) • PART 1b: Senegal knock out Salah and other international business (10m 00s) • PART 2: Barcelona Femenino 5-2 Real Madrid Femenino with Charlotte Harpur (22m 00s) • PART 3: The PL title race and top 4 race (31m 00s) • PART 4: Wolves v Villa and the rest of the Premier League weekend (43m 00s) • PART 5: Inter Totally Cup – Alexander v Hooper (51m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Paul MacInnes, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan and Suzy Wrack to discuss the upcoming 2022 World Cup draw and an historic night at the Camp Nou in the Women's Champions League. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
This episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast is brought to you by Moxy Hotel South Beach, who are proud sponsors of the Managing Madrid Podcast World Tour. On this episode of Las Blancas podcast, hosts Om Arvind and Barcelona analyst Borja discuss: Borja's experience live at the Camp Nou on such a historic occasion Why it took some time for the stadium to fill up to full capacity Real Madrid players having to face a level of crowd animosity they're not used to Both sides' tactical approaches compared to the second half of the first leg Barcelona's micro-adjustments vs. the high press and Madrid's narrow wingers Barca's improved high press Babs' incredible box defense Las Blancas problem-solving late in the first half Why Real's direct strategy didn't work Reasons behind the crazy opening to the second half Zornoza's unbelievable hit from distance Potential parallels between the second goals Madrid conceded in both legs Whether Misa was culpable on Claudia Pina's speculative effort Whether Athenea made a mistake preceding Pina's strike Alexia scouting Ivana and exploiting her tendencies on the fourth goal Misa's poor day and how she will respond in future matches Rolfö being a nightmare 1v1 matchup for fullbacks Why Madridistas can take pride in these Champions League losses The strategy that works vs. Barcelona Olga's and Lucía's promising performances The juxtaposition between Gio Queiroz's statement about facing abuse at Barcelona and the wonderful day at the Camp Nou [English translation of Gio's statement] Barcelona's weak response to Gio How a Culé processes this series of events Ex-Barca player Leire Landa supporting Gio Markel Zubizarreta's response on radio The need to completely abandon tribalism on these issues and how Gio's alleged situation reflects a deep-rooted problem present everywhere in women's football Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us for more bonus content over on Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Book your tickets to these cities on the Managing Madrid Podcast world tour: Chicago, April Mumbai, May Toronto, May Managing Madrid is a hub for all Madridistas with updated news, op-eds, tactical analyses, artwork, and of course, podcasts. It also serves as a means for Real Madrid fans to connect and discuss the team. We would like your support so that we can continue to produce podcasts for you. The site is run by a small team that works tirelessly around the clock to make it into what it is today. Your contributions will allow us to continue to have a real and full-time presence in keeping this website, and it's podcasts, going. Hosts this week: Om Arvind (@OmVASports) Borja (@AnkaraHansen) Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices