The prodigal grandad returns! George Caulkin is back, which is good, because we need numbers to comfort each other with our resident Evertonian is on the smugpath. Newcastle lost at Goodison Park, deservedly so, but can we bounce back at Spurs on our own little Super Sunday? Captain Lascelles hobbled into the changing room on Thursday: hopefully Eddie Howe can get some reinforcements soon because bare bones was about five injuries ago. Chris updates us on the rehabbers... twice. And we celebrate the glimmer of light that was Lewis Miley, arguably Newcastle's best player in the first half on Merseyside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson are here to reflect on Newcastle United's 3-0 loss to Everton, and what lessons can be learned ahead of the game with Spurs on Sunday. Injuries are now catching up with United but does that excuse their poor away record? Why doesn't Eddie Howe trust his bench? And can United exploit Spurs' current form? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The pod welcomes comedian Chloe Petts for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks, as she chooses her six most niche fascinations and irritations of football. Among Chloe's selections are the precarious vocal range of solo football chanters, the rise of copycat goal celebrations, members of the public kicking balls into thing for half-time on-pitch entertainment, the indignity of the unused-sub warm-down, the lack of true toxicity in the WSL and forecasting where managerial touchline fashion trends go next. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel rule on Amazon Prime Video's pioneering addition to the traditional on-screen score graphic and enjoy Eddie Howe's very "football manager" birthday message to a 100-year-old. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steve Crossman presents reaction to Everton's huge win over Newcastle at Goodison Park and West Ham's win over Tottenham. Jonathan Pearce and Michael Brown break down a fifth consecutive game without a win for Spurs and we get reaction from Ange Postecoglou and David Moyes.Alistair Bruce-Ball reflects on a huge win for Everton at Goodison Park as we hear from Sean Dyche and Dwight McNeil. Eddie Howe reflects on yet another away defeat for Newcastle who are winless in their last four away from St James' Park. TOPICS: 00:40 – Tottenham 1-2 West Ham Reaction 09:11 – Sean Dyche Interview + Everton 3-0 Newcastle Reaction 12:30 – Dwight McNeil Interview 17:13 – Eddie Howe Interview 21:00 – David Moyes Interview 23:59 – Ange Postecoglou Interview
Alex hosted Craig Hope (Daily Mail), Mark Douglas (iNews), Keith Downie (Sky Sports) and Luke Edwards (The Telegraph) to talk through an incredible season for Newcastle United so far. We discussed: Newcastle United drawn at sunderland in the FA Cup - have the journalists missed the game and how will this manager and this squad react to the occasion Eddie Howe against the world - how the manager has dealt with the blows this season has thrown at him Champions League thoughts - how our panel have viewed Newcastle United in Europe to date and how the side could do Get part two of the show on our Patreon platform: https://www.patreon.com/posts/nufc-podcast-q-94211523?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=postshare_creator&utm_content=join_link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sean Dyche faced the media on Wednesday (6) at 1.30pm at Finch Farm ahead of Thursday's Premier League game against Newcastle United. The Blues are gearing up to take on Newcastle in the Premier League this week as the club's fightback from a 10-point deduction continues. In this episode of the Royal Blue Podcast, ECHO Everton Reporter Chris Beesley, sits down with Newcastle football journalist Andrew Musgrove to get the inside track on Eddie Howe's men and the immienent return of Anthony Gordon. Watch along on YouTube https://bit.ly/3aNfYav or Facebook https://bit.ly/3RooT9A. Listen to the latest Royal Blue podcast now and let us know your thoughts by leaving us a review and a rating. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club and is joined by Newcastle defender Dan Burn, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith who talk Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom's future with BBC Radio Sheffield presenter and commentator Rob Staton. Dan gives an insight into life at Newcastle, plus the team chat defending and how relevant are stats?TOPICS: 0:10 Intro 01:55 Paul Heckingbottom 09:50 Rob Staton 15:45 Chris Wilder? 22:22 Newcastle 23:31 Joining Newcastle 27:00 Eddie Howe style 31:11 Anthony Gordon 33:28 Defending 39:11 Stats chat
Eddie Howe's Newcastle United side, with at most fourteen fit first-teamers, barely got out of second gear in beating Manchester United at St James's Park. Taylor Payne, Chris Waugh, and Jacob Whitehead review what is now a routine scenario, consider the FA Cup draw at Sunderland, and celebrate the women's team topping the table. The men's team head to Everton on Thursday night when Jacob will be watching Anthony Gordon closely and the rest of us will be hoping Isak can recreate his freakish dribble. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alex hosts Charlotte, Si and Sam Dalling to talk through a brilliant NUFC performance to secure a crucial victory against Manchester United. We discuss: Three wins in a row against Manchester United for the first time in over 100 years. Few wins will have been as dominant as this one NUFC and Eddie Howe producing a masterclass of a week despite the injuries, the injustice and the work load Tino Livramento man of the match at only 21 Bruno and Gordon playing football at an elite level Loads, loads more Listen to the pod without ads by signing up to Patreon: www.patreon.com/tfpodcast Buy tickets to our live show on Tuesday 5th December at The Stand in Newcastle: https://www.thestand.co.uk/performance/16764/true-faith-nufc-podcast-live/20231205/newcastle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
John Bennett is at St James' Park alongside former Northern Ireland international Stephen Craigan and the Telegraph's Luke Edwards, to discuss Saturday's Premier League matches.Anthony Gordon is a talking point after he scored the only goal as Newcastle beat Manchester United 1-0. We'll hear from Eddie Howe after the injury to Nick Pope, and a disappointed Erik Ten Hag.Hear from Sean Dyche after Everton got their first win since the 10-point deduction, and Mikel Arteta after Arsenal opened a four-point gap at the top of the Premier League table.The pressure is on for Paul Heckingbottom after Sheffield United were beaten 5-0 by Burnley in a battle at the bottom. Plus, the panel discuss Brentford's 3-1 win over Luton Town.TOPICS 05.40 – Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe 12.21 – Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag 17.27 – Everton manager Sean Dyche 22.25 – Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta 24.28 – Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom 28.26 – Burnley manager Vincent Kompany 30.07 – Brentford 3-1 Luton Town
Newcastle winger Jacob Murphy joins Darren Fletcher and Don Hutchinson to talk about life at St James' Park.Murphy reflects on this week's draw for Newcastle United away to Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League and what it was like to line up to the competition's theme at the San Siro in their first group match. He talks about the impact Eddie Howe has had, what's changed since the new owners took charge and his young teammate Lewis Miley. And we look ahead to Newcastle's match against Manchester United and analyse what Ange Postecoglu's Tottenham players should expect when they face Manchester City on Sunday. 01:00 How Jacob became a Newcastle fan 02:20 Newcastle's Champions League campaign 09:15 Injuries and Rehab 18:00 What's changed at Newcastle since the new owners took over 24:35 Eddie Howe 30:30 Jacob on his twin brother Josh 34:53 Newcastle against Manchester United 38:20 Lewis Miley 42:30 Jacob on facing Manchester City
Martin Samuel, James Gheerbrant and Jonathan Northcroft join Gregor Robertson for the Thursday edition of The Game.Manchester United once again take centre stage. Free scoring, but also conceding freely too and dropping a two goal lead twice in Türkiye. Arsenal in contrast are less expansive than last year but more defensively solid, they're also top of their group and top of the Premier League…can they possibly be under the radar?Newcastle suffered at the hands of VAR and the team finish by discussing the attempts being made to attract more ex-players into helping VAR officiating. A bonus section includes Martin Samuel giving his fascinating memories of Terry Venables TimelineMan Utd2' Scoring freely away from home, but conceding just as easily.6' Bruno Fernandes and Onana8' A poorly set up team, too stretched. Everton game was a warning sign. Everton had tons of shots.10' United have gone backwards this season, if you look at performance not result. Emotionally unstable as a team.14' players have to manage games, less flash and volatility. More steel sense and game management.Newcastle21' ludicrous decision. But Eddie Howe's reaction has been fantastic. 23' Group still wide open, anything could happen.24' Eddie Howe has done a remarkable job25' the differing interpretation of the handball law between UEFA and all domestic league. Not a sustainable position.28' how can there be ‘a version' of the rules…? Arsenal 31' what happened to boring boring Arsenal? 33' are Arsenal under the radar. Top of the league and through as top of their Champions league group. Very effective.35' Rice outstanding, allows others to play. Used to be very exciting, second most goals per game last season. This season much further down, but seemingly more managed, secure.38' Declan Rice is rhythm guitar, and he is essential and really good.41' Arsenal have bounced back two season running after disappoint/frustrating ends to the previous season. Refereeing 44' How to overcome the accusation of bias if you're seeking ex pros to be referees.47' more trust required. Ex pros have a lot to offer.53' something needs to change and probably will. It is now to regular.55' economically not viable to be a referee, takes a long time to qualify and doesn't pay a lot. For ex players that will be problematic.59' can we ever foresee a top player officiating and not being called biased.1hr it works in cricket. Terry VenablesWhy did he leave England… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kelly Cates presents Champions League reaction as Newcastle were denied a win at PSG after a controversial penalty was awarded to PSG in added time. Chris Waddle and John Murray dissect what would have been an impressive win for Eddie Howe's injury riddled squad. Elsewhere Conor McNamara watched Manchester City come from two goals down to win 3-2 at home to RB Leipzig and finish top of their group. Elsewhere John Bennett drops by to chat Celtic going out after a frustrating 2-0 loss to Lazio. Alistair Bruce-Ball and Stephen Warnock are in Istanbul ahead of Galatasaray against Manchester United in Group A with Erik ten Hag confident his side can deal with the hostile atmosphere. Kelly is also joined by Maz Farookhi as we hear from the BBC's Women's Footballer of the year, goalkeeper Mary Earps, as well as Beth Mead who returns to the England squad after a year out with injuryTOPICS: 0:10 Intro 0:35 Newcastle PSG story of the match 05:45 Julien Laurens on PSG 08:30 Penalty debate 10:20 Eddie Howe 16:10 AC Milan at St James' Park 20:45 Pep Guardiola 23:50 Celtic with John Bennett 26:25 Galatasaray Manchester United preview 31:00 Mary Earps & Beth Mead
Eddie Howe has questioned why all the focus seemed to be on Newcastle, following the Premier Leagues effort to block ‘related-party loans'… So are they actually going to sign Ruben Neves in January? Or anyone else from the Saudi Pro League for that matter? And why is the richest club in the world, turning to a 17 year-old midfielder amid an injury crisis? Ayo Akinwolere is joined by The Athletic's David Ornstein, plus Jacob Whitehead & Chris Waugh. Produced by Adonis Pratsides & Mike Stavrou Executive Producer: Adey Moorhead Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman brings you analysis and reaction on a big day in the Premier League as Arsenal went top courtesy of Kai Havertz's later winner at Brentford. Correspondent John Murray and former England striker Alan Shearer are on hand to assess Man City and Liverpool's 1-1 all draw and where that leaves the title race. We also hear from Eddie Howe on Newcastle's impressive 4-1 victory over Chelsea. And there's analysis of wins for Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Luton. TIMECODES 01:55 Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool 04:24 Jurgen Klopp on intervening between Darwin Nunez and Pep Guardiola 06:30 Post-match interview with Kyle Walker 23:55 Eddie Howe on Newcastle's victory over Chelsea 26:30 Wayne Rooney gets his first win as Birmingham manager
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for The Match Preview. Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson are on hand to talk all things Newcastle United - looking ahead to the visit of Chelsea. Just what team will Eddie Howe be ABLE to put out, and how important will that home form be to overcome a resurgent Chelsea? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara has called for Ange Postecoglou to adapt after they conceded two late goals to lose 2-1 away to Wolves, with the club suffering back-to-back defeats for the first time this season. Man United boss Erik ten Hag says the signs are still positive after a 4th Premier League win in 5 games, whilst the Newcastle manager Eddie Howe says injuries are really hampering them this season following a 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth. Birmingham manager Wayne Rooney reflects on a 5th game without a win since taking charge of the club, and the England all-rounder David Willey reflects on his retirement following his last ever game for England in the Cricket World Cup. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex hosts Si, Adam Widdrington and Kyle to talk through Bournemouth 2 Newcastle United 0 on a tough night for Eddie Howe at his former club. We talk through: Is it simply case of 'a game too far' for this knackered, injury ravaged side or was the side that started the game capable of more? Is NUFC's midfield incapable of functioning without Bruno? Miley a positive Does the crisis with injuries threaten a recalibration of expectations around NUFC's season? Loads more We're on Patreon - it's £3-£8 per month. Please consider supporting us if you like what we do: www.patreon.com/tfpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp and Les Ferdinand as a depleted Newcastle saw their seven-match unbeaten Premier League run ended at Bournemouth as Dominic Solanke's second-half double gave the home side a deserved 2-0 win. Eddie Howe concedes it was a game too far while Andoni Iraola hails the victory as Bournemouth's best performance of the season.
Edge of the Box is here to grace your screens once more as Dan Bardell, George Elek and Jonathan Wilson preview the weekend's Premier League action.First up is Newcastle's trip to Bournemouth. Eddie Howe returns to his old stomping ground in the midst of an injury crisis and the main question on the panel's minds is: Where does Howe rank among the Premier League's best managers?Chelsea welcome Manchester City to Stamford Bridge for the final Premier League game ahead of the international break. Can they build upon their crazy 4-1 win at Tottenham? Or is the welcome of this City side a bridge too far for Mauricio Pochettino's men?All that and more is covered on Edge of the Box ahead of gameweek 12. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's the morning after the night before and Taylor Payne and Chris Waugh are in Dortmund, with George Caulkin tuning in from our London bureau. Not the result we wanted from Signal Iduna Park; Newcastle started slowly and could never gain the upper hand against a Borussia side who showed their experience once again. But, let's not forget (on the second anniversary of Eddie Howe's appointment), sobering results like this are now a rarity and despite the Premier League's worst list of absences, the squad will pick themselves up and take everything they've got to Bournemouth on Saturday... unlike Chris. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#Diaz #Goals #LFC The Howe Goblin Its Monday night and Phil thinks Eddie Howe is a goblin, Pete salutes Luis Diaz and Gav wants more whopper goals!! Memberships are open! Get on it!! PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CHARITY DRIVE FOR Movember - https://movember.com/m/15097628 Find all our video and Audio content along with socials at https://linktr.ee/talkinkop Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show! ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the Talkin' Kop ** lfc fan channel - liverpool fan channel - liverpool fc - lfc - lfc fan reaction - liverpool fan tv - lfc fan tv - lfc fan media - liverpool match reaction - lfc live chat - liverpool live chat - anfield reaction - liverpool live podcast - lfc live podcast - liverpool news - lfc news - liverpool free content - lfc live shows - liverpool analysis - lfc matchday - liverpool matchday - liverpool transfer news - liverpool transfer updates - lfc transfer news - liverpool live - liverpool podcast Training in the Fire by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alex hosts Charlotte, Ez and Adam Widdrington in their Dusseldorf hotel after leaving Signal Iduna Park and watching Dortmund 2 Newcastle United 0. We discuss: Is that realistically it for NUFC in terms of group stage qualification? What went wrong for Eddie Howe's side - were Dortmund just better? Howe's team selection - too funky or a necessary gamble? Loads, loads more We're on Patreon - please consider supporting us - www.patreon.com/tfpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - live from Dortmund. Andrew and Aaron are in Germany to bring you the Match Preview as Newcastle United face Borussia Dortmund. Aaron brings you his verdict after Eddie Howe's press conference, as the pair consider the impact of Dan Burn being out for 'some time.' The Magpies are being hit by injuries but there is still confidence - at least from Andrew - they can pick up a win tonight. *** GET YOUR COPY OF WOMENS' FOOTBALL NEWS HERE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A (very) familiar face joins the crew to look back at another remarkable win for Eddie Howe's men, who defied a mounting injury list to deliver another home clean sheet and three points against Arsenal. An intensely fought contest didn't provide much by way of chances for either side, but Anthony Gordon's second-half strike survived three VAR investigations, provoking an as post-match rant from visiting manager Mikel Arteta. Next up, a trip to Germany and a Tuesday night teatime kick-off in a pivotal Champions League Group F fixture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mikel Arteta's fume, Eddie Howe's response, Bruno's ban, Gordon's goal and much more... Lee Ryder gives his verdict as Newcastle United emerge victorious in tight Arsenal clash. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Crossman presents analysis and reaction as Newcastle United dump holders Manchester United out of the League Cup. He's joined by former Republic of Ireland striker Clinton Morrison and commentator Conor McNamara to reflect on events at Old Trafford and there's reaction from Erik Ten Hag and Eddie Howe. Jonathan Pearce and Mark Schwarzer are at the London Stadium to analyse West Ham's impressive 3-1 win over Arsenal, and we hear from David Moyes and Mikel Arteta. TIMECODES 00:34 Newcastle thrash Manchester United 17:18 Interviews with Erik Ten Hag and Eddie Howe 21:38 Analysis of West Ham 3-1 Arsenal 23:43 Reaction from Mikel Arteta and David Moyes
Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday's Premier League action as Eddie Nketiah's treble helps Arsenal thrash Sheffield United, and Wolves fight back to draw with Newcastle United. Alan Shearer also joins the pod to give his thoughts on the 3 o'clock results – PLUS you'll hear reaction from the likes of Eddie Nketiah, Eddie Howe and Mauricio Pochettino.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson are on hand to reflect on Newcastle United's one-nil defeat to Borussia Dortmund, and what Eddie Howe can take into the game with Wolves. The pair disagree about the positives to take from the Champions League clash, while Andrew questions why some need a scape goat to blame. *** Order your copy of Women's Football News by clicking here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Liverpool beat Everton in yet another Merseyside Derby at Anfield, Eddie Howe continues to work wonders for Newcastle, Arsenal stun Chelsea with a 2 goal comeback at the Bridge, and Big Ange's Spurs keep their form at the top of the table. This week's UCL action was full of highlight goals and great matches. Manchester United had 2 unlikely heroes in a much-needed win.
Erik ten Hag's blushes were saved last night in the Champions League after a penalty was award to FC Copenhagen in the last kick of the game, but Andre Onana was the hero. So, has his luck began to turn or will we see more errors? And Harry Maguire scored United's goal but is the praise he is now receiving slightly premature or deserved?It's the big news coming out of Newcastle that Sandro Tonali will be banned for 10 MONTHS after being found guilty of betting breaches during his time in Italy, and we'll go through just what the repercussions of that will be for Eddie Howe. Finally, we look back at Bill Kenwright's legacy at Everton, after the Toffees Chairman sadly passed away at 78 years old. If you haven't already, be sure to give us a follow and a five star rating - it helps us massively! Keep up to date with us on our socials here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/FSDPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsocialofficial/ Telegram Group: https://t.me/FootballSocial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman is joined by Alan Shearer, Ian Dennis and Pat Nevin after Newcastle couldn't find a way through against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. The team are also joined by German Football expert Archie Rhind-Tutt. We hear from Newcastle boss Eddie Howe as his side suffered their first defeat of their Champions League campaign. Celtic got their first point with a 2-2 draw in a thrilling contest against Atletico Madrid. Elsewhere Manchester City made it three from three away in Switzerland with a 3-1 win over Young Boys. Aaron Paul also drops by to go through the evenings EFL action including Ipswich continuing their hunt for the top and Wayne Rooney loses his first home game in charge of Birmingham against Hull TOPICS 1.10 Newcastle Dortmund reaction 5:13 Eddie Howe 12:40 Celtic 16:05 Brendan Rodgers 26:10 Ipswich 28:15 Birmingham Hull 28:50 Liam Rosenior
Það var mjög svo áhugaverð umferð í ensku úrvalsdeildinni um liðna helgi. Það er alltaf gaman að fá enska boltann aftur að loknu landsleikjahléi. Jón Júlíus Karlsson, stuðningsmaður Newcastle, er gestur í þætti dagsins en hann ræðir við Gumma og Steinke um fína byrjun sinna manna á tímabilinu. Eddie Howe hefur sannað sig sem magnaður stjóri. Þá er farið vel yfir umferðina sem er að baki og helstu fréttapunkta í kringum deildina.
John Bennett has reaction to Saturday's Premier League results. He's joined by former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson and ESPN senior football writer Mark Ogden. Hear from Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag on the passing of club legend Sir Bobby Charlton. Also catch post-match thoughts of Mauricio Pochettino, Mikel Arteta, Roberto De Zerbi, Pep Guardiola, Sean Dyche and Eddie Howe. 03:50 Erik ten Hag pays tribute to Sir Bobby Charlton 05:40 Does Man Utd's win paper over the cracks? 11:45 Goalkeepers at the centre of Chelsea 2-2 Arsenal 18:55 Manchester City back to winning ways 22:05 More injuries for Brighton 24:05 Merseyside derby red card controversy 29:35 Newcastle smash Crystal Palace at fortress St. James' Park 32:20 Wolves beat Bournemouth on Gary O'Neil's return 33:45 Burnley's struggle continues with loss to Brentford 34:55 Luton show fighting spirit at Nottingham Forest
talkSPORT pays tribute to the late Sir Bobby Charlton, after the 1966 World Cup Winner and Manchester United Legend passed away on Saturday, aged 86.We hear tributes from talkSPORT's Alan Brazil, Ian Danter, Micky Gray and Alex Crook.Middlesbrough boss Michael Carrick, and Birmingham boss Wayne Rooney, who both played together at Manchester United, gave their emotional post match tributes to Sir Bobby, after their two sides met in the Championship.talkSPORT callers also phoned in to give their heartfelt tributes.We also reflect on Saturday's Premier League action, as Liverpool triumph in the Merseyside derby, Manchester United beat Sheff UTD, Newcastle eased past Crystal Palace and Arsenal came from 2-0 down to rescue a point at Stamford Bridge.Following the action we heard tributes to Sir Bobby from Erik Ten Hag, Paul Heckingbottom, Eddie Howe, Roy Hodgson, Pep Guardiola, Mikel Arteta and Mauricio Pochettino. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What's the real impact of wealth on football success? Prepare for a deep-dive into the recent sale of Manchester United and its potential implications for the world of football. We're taking a critical look at the evolving landscape of football, the role wealth plays in creating success, and questioning the formulaic definition of success in football. You'll hear us ponder if teams like Leicester City could replicate the achievements of their wealthy counterparts, and how the vast amounts of money in football could hinder success for certain teams.But that's not all. We're also challenging the popular narratives in football. Ever wondered how a one-minute clip from 640 minutes of a football game can shape public perception? This episode brings to light how short-form content can create misleading narratives about football players. We delve into the concept of snobbery in football and how it influences fans' perspectives. Additionally, we explore the increasing complexity of playing styles and how it's transforming players into robots, leaving little room for individual talent.Our discussion doesn't stop there. We re-examine the careers of footballers like Owen Hargreaves and Ian Wright, speculating on what could have been if injury and limited playing time hadn't been factors. We debate about potential managerial choices and their impact on Premier League outcomes. The episode rounds up with a dynamic discussion on Aston Villa's transformation, the potential of Eddie Howe and Steven Gerrard as managers, and the much-debated issue of whether wealth is a prerequisite for success in football. Get ready for an insightful and engaging conversation that will challenge your perspectives on the beautiful game.
Full house again on our last podcast before we go live to the geordie nation at Gosforth Civic Theatre on Thursday night. Alexander Isak flipped a tired performance on its head with two goals as Eddie Howe's men came from behind to lead West Ham at the London Stadium. Unfortunately, they couldn't see out the game, but a point feels pretty good after a momentous week and we're in decent shape going into the international break. No such problems for the women's team. Bridget Galloway kept her magical run going as Becky Langley's lasses ran out comfortable winners at Liverpool Feds; they will take a 100% record into their home game with unbeaten Burnley on Saturday. (Jacob's article on Alexander Isak referenced in the show can be found at: https://theathletic.com/4531978/2023/08/08/alexander-isak-explosion-newcastle/) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman presents reaction to Newcastle's 4-1 Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain. He is joined by former Newcastle winger Chris Waddle, football correspondent John Murray and Brentford defender Ben Mee. The podcast includes the post-match thoughts of Newcastle manager Eddie Howe, along with reflection on Manchester City's 3-1 win at RB Leipzig, Celtic's 2-1 loss at home to Lazio, and the night's other big stories. Timecodes: 00:23 Newcastle 4-1 PSG 12:45 RB Leipzig 1-3 Manchester City 16:52 Celtic 1-2 Lazio 18:55 Other results in the Champions League 22:05 Eddie Howe
There are no off days for Paris Saint-Germain in the current edition of the UEFA Champions League group stage, and Luis Enrique wouldn't have it any other way.On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Ethan from PSG Fan Club Boise to discuss the scoreless draw against Clermont Foot last Saturday and how that result could carry over to PSG's upcoming match against Newcastle United FC.Up first, we recap the Clermont Foot match where PSG played very well and recorded an xG of more than three but failed to score a goal. We debate whether the lack of goals could carry over into the next match and if Luis Enrique's three-at-the-back formation could work long-term.Next, we discuss the highly-anticipated match against Newcastle. PSG will travel more than 550 miles north to Newcastle Upon Tyne to take on the Magpies, where a hostile crowd—and drones—will be waiting. We wonder about the health of Kylian Mbappé and who might need to step up if he's not 100% healthy. We also discuss potential tactics and what strategy Luis Enrique might deploy against Eddie Howe's club.We conclude with our match predictions and a quick update on Nuno Mendes.As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. We're also on Substack! Subscribe for free today to access premium PSG content.
Taylor Payne reviews the Carabao Cup Third Round win over Manchester City with George Caulkin and perennial chip-pisser Chris Waugh. Eddie Howe made ten changes including a home debut for teenager Lewis Miley and, while the youngsters performed admirably, City dominated first-half possession at St James's Park. But, the game changed with half-time subs Bruno and Gordon triggering a furious burst of pressure resulting in a goal for Isak that sealed the tie. Our reward is a trip to Old Trafford in the next round, but next we host Burnley in the league. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson are on hand to look back on the fantastic win over Man City in the League Cup. The pair discuss the changes in the XI, the HT subs, Pep losing his cool, and Tino Livramento's super debut. They then look at the visit of Burnley on Saturday. What team will Eddie Howe pick? Gibbo makes a big call at left-back! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Crossman and guests react to Wednesday's EFL Cup ties. Neil Lennon and Ian Dennis are at St James' Park as Newcastle United beat Manchester City 1-0, we also hear from both Eddie Howe and Pep Guardiola. Stephen Kelly and Chris Wise were at the London Stadium where League One side Lincoln City were knocked out by West Ham. John Bennett watched Liverpool beat Leicester City 3-1 and he speaks to Jürgen Klopp. Chelsea get their first goal of October, as they beat Brighton 1-0. John Southall speaks with Mauricio Pochettino. Mark Scott joins from Arsenal's 1-0 win at Brentford and we hear from Mikel Arteta about the Aaron Ramsdale situation. We also react to the 4th round draw and the “tie of the round” Manchester United vs. Newcastle United. TIMECODES: 00:45 –Newcastle United 1-0 Manchester City 05:40 – Eddie Howe post-match interview 12:00 - West Ham 1-0 Luton 13:41 – Liverpool 3-1 Leicester 14:30 – Jürgen Klopp post-match 16:15 - Chelsea 1-0 Brighton 17:08 - Mauricio Pochettino post-match 20:28 – Brentford 0-1 Arsenal 21:03 – Mikel Arteta post-match interview 22:44 – Pep Guardiola post-match interview 24:15 – 4th round draw reaction
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - it's The Verdict following Eddie Howe's press conference ahead of Newcastle United's game with Man City in the Carabao Cup. There's only one talking point though... the injury to Harvey Barnes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Tom Allnut join Tom Clarke to discuss the Ange, Chelsea and thrashings. The team pick through the aftermath of the north London derby, Ange's influence, Raya v Ramsdale and the impact of James Maddison. Chelsea have had their worst start in forty five years, will they even make the top half. Their run of fixtures in the next two months mean it could be tough to turn it around. In contrast Villa are playing good football, climbing the table and looking every inch an Emery team. Does eight nil mean anything anymore? Are the three promoted trams already doomed? Timeline:Arsenal / Spurs2' Alyson Rudd was underwhelmed by the north London derby. Error strewn, chaos and mistakes for the goals. Tom Allnut was very impressed with Spurs. They went to the emirates, played the gam they wanted to play and didn't lose, could even have won. Bigger picture spurs going in the right direction 7' Gregor says it isn't a surprise, ‘Ange ball' has an identity, which Gregor has seen at Celtic, and he is sue he'll continue in the same vein at Spurs.12' Rice's injury. Not serious, but what effect did it have on Arsenal? 14' Playing the Raya way. Alyson believes his selection sets the tone for the whole team. While his distribution wasn't the best this weekend, she thinks he'll remains Arteta's first choice, with no rotation. ‘Raya is like having a coach on the pitch.' Cleve, quick, vocal and good distribution.19' Tom Allnut discusses how and why Arsenal signed Raya, and other historic examples of two ‘first choice' goalkeepers at the same club. In the end…Raya is number one.23' James Maddison…what a great performance in a big game for a new club. They look a good fit. Gregor still baffled no other club tried to sign him. He represents the new sense of joy at spurs. Maddison and son bromance has smoothed the loss of Harry Kane. His value is not just in possession, he is also working hard.28' Tottenham predictionsChelsea29' Chelsea…dear oh dear. Worst start in 20 years.30' Chelsea a billion pounds and still go backwards. Chelsea are a really bad team. Results go a long way back.32' Tom Allnut can't believe Pochettino went to Chelsea. Dysfunctional club. Poor signings. Lots of ‘punts' on players who may or may not come good.35' two hundred million pound plus players in Caicedo and Fernandez outshone by Villa. Chelsea didn't just struggle in front of goal. Villa had more shots.38' Chelsea's poor disciplinary record, Jackson in particular. 39' Chelsea predictions…. Villa41' Villa doing well. Looked strong, organised, hard to beat, but with a cutting edge. Gregor worried about their high line though.Promoted clubs under pressure44' Eddie Howe steal, Sheffield united woe.50' Gregor said Sheff Utd were the worst placed of the promoted teams, he fears that is proving to be true.52' All three promoted teams are in the relegation zone. Why and will it change. 55' The three clubs have different problems. Luton ambition, or lack of… Burnley style of play. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ben Haines has reaction to a thriller of a north London derby & Newcastle's 8-0 win at Sheffield United. He's joined by Tom Huddlestone, Nigel Reo-Coker & Times reporter Charlotte Duncker. Also hear from James Maddison, Ange Postecoglou, Mikel Arteta, Eddie Howe, Paul Heckingbottom, Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino and Jürgen Klopp. 03:00 Justice for Jonny Evans! 07:40 James Maddison on ‘un-Spursy' Tottenham 13:30 Hands up for penalty controversy 16:55 Mikel Arteta: ‘We lacked composure and calmness' 18:50 Is Bukayo Saka too nice? 22:50 Newcastle match their record Premier League win 27:45 Villa's rotation pays off at goal-shy Chelsea 32:20 Can Liverpool challenge for the title? 35:05 Yet more Mitoma magic for Brighton 37:05 Nigel's moment of the weekend
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for The Verdict with Aaron Stokes as he shares his view on Eddie Howe's pre-match presser ahead of the trip to Sheffield United. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
George Caulkin reports from Milan as Newcastle United return to Europe, to the Champions League, and to the San Siro with a midweek fixture away to AC Milan. Taylor Payne, Chris Waugh, and Jacob Whitehead review three vital Premier League points after Eddie Howe's men beat Brentford again to regain some crucial momentum going into the UCL group stage. And, with George and Alan from work both suffering with amnesia, we've the best of your memories of Newcastle's past Champions League campaigns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Monday Show of The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's a bumper episode this week as Andrew Musgrove is joined by Aaron Stokes LIVE from Milan ahead of Newcastle United's Champions League clash with AC Milan. The pair look back on victory over Brentford and what it told us about what to expect from Eddie Howe's men in Italy. Football Italia journalist Apollo Heyes is our special guest to provide insight into AC Milan. *** YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! We're giving away this superb piece of artwork (click here to see it) by Sandro Tonali and Bruno Guimaraes. To be within a chance of winning, you need to share this episode on either Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and tag @chroniclenufc. Check out Matty's work here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices