Steve Crossman and the Euro Leagues team are back and this week it's all about managers. European football experts, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur give their take on the biggest managerial news across Europe right now! They start with how Newcastle failed to land Unai Emery and how former Bournemouth boss, Eddie Howe is the favourite to take over the role. Kristof gets excited as Antonio Conte takes charge at Tottenham and they discuss how close Xavi is to becoming the next Barcelona head coach. Not only that, Julien gives the guys all the latest on why Mauricio Pochettino has been getting some criticism in the French press – and there is a surprise in store for Guillem as the Euro Leagues team reveal that he's in a computer game – and a famous one at that! And the shocks don't stop there, as Julien gets a little surprise of his own… Topics: 1'40 – The guys reveal to Guillem Balague that he is on the computer game, Football Manager! 8'00 – How Newcastle failed to get Unai Emery and that an agreement is close with Eddie Howe joining the club. 26'00 – The return of Kristof's favourite manager, Antonio Conte to the Premier League and what they expect from him at Spurs. 29'00 – Xavi being linked to the Barcelona head coach role. 31'30 – PSG's Mauricio Pochettino being criticised in the French press.
As Barcelona sack Ronald Koeman, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens to discuss what we can expect next for both the club and their former manager. What was the decisive moment that lead to his dismissal and how would the Spanish side look with Xavi at the helm? Plus, we hear from former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj on why it didn't work out for him under Jose Mourinho and Freiburg goalkeeper Mark Flekken tells us why he is loving life right now. TOPICS: 3'30 Ronaldo Koeman sacked by Barcelona 19'10 Real Sociedad 26'00 Adnan Januzaj interview 37'00 Mark Flekken interview
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur to look at the biggest stories across European football this week. After Manchester United's dramatic comeback against Atalanta in the Champions League, the team tell us how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is viewed as a football manager across Europe. We find out more about who Paul Fonseca is, as the former Roma manager is in talks with Newcastle United to become their new manager. The panel try to ‘keep up with the Icardis' and the big love triangle in European football. And we explore what impact European football is having on the environment. Topics: 0'53” - What is the view on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a manager across European football? 6'20” – Leonardo Bonucci's comments on Juventus without Cristiano Ronaldo 9'00” – Jose Mourinho's post-match comments after Roma's 6-1 defeat to Bodo/Glimt in the Europa League 11'40” – Thoughts on whether Paulo Fonseca would be a good fit for Newcastle United 18'20” – Mauro Icardi's turbulent week off the pitch 23'50” – How Real Madrid and Barcelona are looking ahead of this weekend's El Clasico 29'25” – What impact is European football having on the environment?
After a hiatus "the Mister" @MikeAgostinho is back on the PTB Media Network taking you around the football world in Episode 74 of Parking the Bus. Tonight a recap of top Euro Leagues plus news from North America, FIFA, and other hot topics!! Check out the Homepage of the show at https://parkingthebusmedia.com/ and follow on twitter at https://twitter.com/ptb_media , Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ptb_media/ , and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PTBMediaNetwork and subscribe to the Podcast on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/.../parking-the-bus/id1463340370 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4YmevT2EuJDekTp8Mx1U9x and on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/.../UCJ0cdAVgeAaOwC8rf_yV3_g/videos; --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week's edition of the Euro Leagues tries to answer all the big questions in European football at the moment, like why hasn't Messi scored at PSG and can Luciano Spalletti continue his winning formula at Napoli? Alistair Bruce-Ball is back in the hot seat this week and is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Kristof Terreur. They also discuss how big a job Max Allegri has at Juventus and if he can turn things around at the Serie A club - not only that, Archie Rhind-Tutt drops in for a chat from Germany and gives the guys his insight into why Jude Bellingham is doing so well at Dortmund. And if that wasn't enough, they all dish the dirt on who they think are some of the most madcap managers in world football. Topics: 3'20 – Messi's scoring drought at PSG 8'15 – Luciano Spalletti at Napoli after getting five wins from five. 15'00 - Max Allegri and the huge task he has at Juventus. 21:45 – Archie Rhind Tutt on Jude Bellingham and the great form he's been in so far this season for Dortmund. 34'30 – The most madcap managers in world football.
Mark Chapman is joined by senior football reporter Ian Dennis and former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin as West Ham knock Manchester United out of the EFL Cup third round with a 1-0 victory. The team debate whether this is a major blow to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's hopes of winning silverware at Manchester United this season and whether he's lacking squad depth after making 11 changes. We're joined on the pod by BBC Radio Derby's Chris Coles and Derby fan Ryan Dilks from the Second Tier podcast to discuss Derby County's future after they were deducted 12 points by the EFL for entering administration. And after Juventus left it late to grab their first win of the Serie A season over Spezia, Euro Leagues' regular Mina Rzouki tells us how she thinks Juve still have many issues to solve. Topics: 0'30” – Reaction to West Ham beating Manchester United 3'00” – Interview with Stuart Pearce 6'00” – Manchester United's game management 8'40” – Interview with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 11'40” – Reaction to Chelsea beating Aston Villa on penalties 12'50” – Reaction to Tottenham beating Wolves on penalties 14'11” – Interview with Mikel Arteta 16'00” - Chat on Derby County entering administration and what next for the club 23'05” - Mina Rzouki reacting to Juventus' first win in Serie A of the season.
Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristoff Terreur and Mina Rzouki look at the big stories in European football. After Club Brugge held French football giants Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League we'll hear from the CEO of the Belgian side Vincent Mannaert, and ask why PSG's stars are struggling to shine on the pitch. Guillem gives us his take on Barcelona's thumping defeat to Bayern Munich and what it means for the future of Ronald Koeman. And the team discuss whether Juventus' victory against Malmo will inspire the team to get their first win in Serie A this weekend
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle to look at the big stories in European football. Up for discussion is the fallout felt by the domestic game after the Brazilian FA triggered the FIFA rule which means players who didn't travel to their World Cup qualifiers are now banned for 5 days - meaning they will miss out on club football this weekend. One man who could be playing at the weekend is Cristiano Ronaldo. But did he actually want a move back to Manchester United? According to Guillem, Ronaldo was set to play for Manchester City. Plus Mario Balotelli's former Man City team mate Nedum Onuoha joins the pod to talk about the man, not just the football persona, after the striker has once again hit the headlines.
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to look at the big stories in European football. As Manchester City take the first steps towards signing Cristiano Ronaldo, the team debate how he could potentially fit into Pep Guardiola's side and what it would be like to see him back playing in the Premier League again. Rafa has a ‘football conspiracy theory' on Real Madrid's tactics to try and sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG before the transfer window closes. Football correspondent John Murray joins the pod to talk about Gareth Southgate's squad selection ahead of England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers, with a first call-up for Leeds striker Patrick Bamford. And why was the former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic the unlikely star of a fascinating Champions League draw?
In this Episode "the Mister" @mikeagostinho rounds up the action across Europe's Big 5 Leagues with the biggest focus on Serie A and the Cristiano Ronaldo saga as it takes on a new chapter. Then we'll move through La Liga, the Prem, Bundesliga and finally Ligue 1. Check out the Homepage of the show at https://parkingthebusmedia.com/ and follow on twitter at https://twitter.com/ptb_media , Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ptb_media/ , and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PTBMediaNetwork and subscribe to the Podcast on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/parking-the-bus/id1463340370 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4YmevT2EuJDekTp8Mx1U9x and on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0cdAVgeAaOwC8rf_yV3_g/videos; --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Mina Rzouki to look at the big stories in European football. Jose Mourinho is back in football and takes charge of his first game in Serie A at the weekend as Roma manager. The team discuss whether he needs to adapt his footballing philosophy in order to be successful. Jules has a theory on why Cristiano Ronaldo felt he had a post a lengthy statement on Instagram denying reports he was moving back to Real Madrid. Rafa brings us the latest as reports have emerged that Robert Lewandowski wants a move away from Bayern Munich. And what next for Sergio Aguero as his start to life in Barcelona hasn't gone to plan so far. Topics: 3'00” – Jose Mourinho's return to football as Roma manager 13'00” – Discussion on Tammy Abraham's move to the club 19'00” – Cristiano Ronaldo's Instagram post 25'00” – Reports that Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich 35'00” – Is Sergio Aguero going to move to the MLS?
It's Sunday and that means it's time for Parking the Bus Euro Leagues Edition. "the Mister" @mikeagostinho will take you around Europe in this one starting with the opening weekends of the Premier League, Bundesliga and La Liga before running down the results is Ligue 1!! Re-Live all the episodes covering #Euro20202 on the homepage of the Parking the Bus Podcast www.parkingthebusmedia.com. Subscribe to the PTB Media Network's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0c... and check out the show's official home page www.parkingthebusmedia.com and like subscribe and share the podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... or on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4YmevT2... email and questions, criticisms, comments or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow on twitter at https://twitter.com/ptb_media and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ptb_media/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Kristof Terreur & James Horncastle They look forward to Lionel Messi's time in Paris, after his sensational move to PSG. But also look back on his magical career at Camp Nou and the legacy he has left behind at Barcelona. Plus Guillem Balague joins the pod to discuss his one on one interview with the man himself.
In a bonus edition of the Football Daily, Steve Crossman reacts to the news that Lionel Messi has now officially signed for Paris St. Germain on a 2 year-contract. He's joined by Euro Leagues regular Guillem Balague as well as Ligue 1 journalist Sara Menai.
In Episode 68 "the Mister" @mikeagostinho joined by Leo @Degens_United and the major talking point of course like everywhere else on earth is that Lionel Messi is leaving Barcelona, and I make a bold prediction that I'm shock no one else has already thrown out there. Plus on the eve of the European Club scene we'll take a look at a few top leagues and see what's in store for 2021-22 plus we go way off topic and discuss Sunday and weekday weddings not to mention weddings during the football season. Re-Live all the episodes covering #Euro20202 on the homepage of the Parking the Bus Podcast www.parkingthebusmedia.com. Subscribe to the PTB Media Network's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0c... and check out the show's official home page www.parkingthebusmedia.com and like subscribe and share the podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... or on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4YmevT2... email and questions, criticisms, comments or concerns to email@example.com and follow on twitter at https://twitter.com/ptb_media and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ptb_media/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode of the Football Daily pod, Steve Crossman is back and gets a chance to catch up with all the big stories in the world of football – and this week he is joined by the familiar dulcet tones of pod favourites; Clinton Morrison, Leon Osman and Don Hutchison. They get into Real Madrid defender, Raphael Varane - who looks to be on his way to Manchester United. Steve asks the age old question, will Paul Pogba stay or leave Manchester United? Not only that, Euro Leagues regular, James Horncastle pops up to give the guys the lowdown on Spurs' new director of football, and Leon and Don give their insights into what has already been a busy summer at Everton, as the club rebuilds ahead of the season…with Rafa Benitez at the helm. Topics: 2'00 – Raphael Verane section with the panel impressed with the deal. 8'30 - Leon Osman says with the Verane and Sancho deals, Manchester United could be real title contenders. 12'15 – The age old Paul Pogba question, will he stay, will he go? 13'17 - Clinton Morrison on keeping Pogba at Manchester United this season. 15'20 - Don Hutchison on Manchester United should be buying Declan Rice from West Ham. 15'40 – European football expert James Horncastle joins the pod. 17'30 - James Horncastle on being surprised if Pogba extended his contract. 19'50 - The lowdown on Tottenham's new managing director of football, Fabio Paratici. 22'55 – James Horncastle on Paratici being confident that Harry Kane will stay at Spurs. 27'40 – Everton's busy summer, starting with Rafa Benitez joining the club. 29'32 - Don Hutchison on Benitez appointment at Everton saying it will “end in tears” (but wants to be proved wrong.) 39'00 - Breakdown of Everton's signings so far.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to preview the final of Euro 2020. As England look to end 55 years of hurt, the team look at the reaction across Europe to the winning penalty and ‘Happy Kane'. Filippo Ricci, Spanish football correspondent for Italy's Gazzetta Dello Sport, joins the pod to talk Italian swag, national anthems and the spirit Roberto Mancini has brought to the country. Will he perform an initiation song for his debut? And as well as final predictions, there's reflection on how both England and Italy made it there, a look at Denmark's emotional campaign and how Spain are reflecting on their performance. Plus which players from the tournament might we see make big moves this summer? Could a few end up in the Premier League?
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur to preview the quarter finals of Euro 2020. Ex Switzerland and Arsenal defender Johan Djourou joins the pod to talk about Switzerland's massive win over France and what Vladimir Petkovic is like as a manager. Plus, Emma Saunders and Dion Dublin bring us the latest from the England camp with Bukayo Saka, including a surprise visit from one of his old teachers. Topics: 3'17 – Switzerland v Spain 5'14 – Former Arsenal and Switzerland defender Johan Djourou on Switzerland 15'03 – Guillem Balague on Spain 21'58 – Bukayo Saka with Emma Saunders and Dion Dublin 28'16 – Ukraine v England 32'40 – Belgium v Italy 41'13 – Czech Republic v Denmark
Steve Crossman is joined by Euro Leagues regulars Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur to look ahead to the pick of the last-16 fixtures in the Euros. They're also joined by former Denmark defender Martin Laursen and ex-Netherlands striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to take a closer look at both nations in the knockout rounds. We also hear from England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford who chats to Emma Saunders during our preview of England's upcoming match against Germany. TOPICS: 02:57: Chat about how the tournament has gone so far in general. 04:24: Preview of England v Germany including Jordan Pickford's interview with Emma Saunders. 14:45: Former Denmark defender Martin Laursen discusses his country's prospects ahead of their match with Wales. 18:45: Discussion on potentially the tie of the round - Belgium v Portugal. 30:00: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink chats all things Netherlands as they prepare to face Czech Republic. 38:40: Italy have been one of the best teams so far - will that continue against Austria? 42:05: France take on Switzerland and Benzema's redemption.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur as they discuss the teams who are favourites to win Euro 2020. We go inside Spain, France and Belgium before hearing from Portugal's José Fonte ahead of the start of the tournament. The panel also discuss newcomers North Macedonia and Finland's goalkeeper Lukáš Hrádecký tells us how he felt on the night they qualified. TOPICS: 3min – Euro Leagues Fantasy 3.50 – Video games 8.50 – Inside the France Camp 15.40 – Inside the Spain Camp 20.00 – The impact of Covid on Spain 22.11 – No Real Madrid players picked 23.30 – Inside the Belgium Camp 31.20 – José Fonte with Steve Crossman 37.40 – Ronaldo throwing microphones 41.50 – Finland goalkeeper Lukáš Hrádecký interview 47.06 – Euro 2020 predictions
Steve Crossman is joined by triple Ballon d'Or winner Marco van Basten for a Euro Leagues special. He won six league titles, two European Cups and the Euros but Marco van Basten wishes he had retired earlier. He discusses meeting his idol Johan Cruyff as a teenager and scoring his most famous goal in the Euro 88 final. But he missed two seasons trying to fight back from his ankle injury and now cannot even kick a ball.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle to debate which youngsters will set the European Championships alight over the next month. The panel discuss five names from five different countries as well as being joined by the youngest player ever to feature at a Euros. Former Netherlands defender Jetro Willems reminisces about how he was called up, what it felt like to play among greats at 18 years of age and why he didn’t believe his coach when he was told he was joining up with the national team. TOPICS: 06.30 - Jules Koundé 09.30 – Pedri 12.30 - Ryan Gravenberch 15.15 – Jetro Willems interview 28.30 - Jamal Musiala 33.30 - Dominik Szoboszlai
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Raphael Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Gabriele Marcotti for this week’s Euro Leagues. It’s been a chaotic 24 hours in European football with managerial movements from Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane and potentially Mauricio Pochettino who is in talks to return to Spurs. Plus, we reflect on a magical night for Villareal and a triumphant season for Atletico Madrid. Topics: 4’18 – What’s going on in Europe with the managers? 5’40 – How managers are no longer the superstars, it’s cheaper to replace them than the players 8’58 – Has there been a domino effect on managers leaving? 10’33 – Has covid played a part in this? 15’44 – Zidane leaving Real Madrid for a second time 23’00 – Who will be the next Real Madrid manager? 28’31 – Rumours that Guardiola is wanted back by Barcelona 29’55 – Villareal’s win in Gdansk 37’00 – Atletico Madrid winning La Liga
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafael Honigstein to discuss Karim Benzema’s recall to the French national team. Joachim Loew this week announced his final squad before stepping down as the German national team head coach after the Euros. The team talk about whether bringing back Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels is a gamble he can afford to take. Elsewhere after Barcelona’s La Liga title chances were dashed after losing to Celta Vigo last week, Guillem tells us the latest on Ronald Koemans managerial future at the club. Whilst the men’s team is floundering, the women’s side is thriving, winning the Champions League last weekend, the Barcelona women’s team head coach Luis Cortes joins the show. And after Roy Hodgson announced that this will be his final season as a full time manager, we go back to the start of his career and hear how he made Halmstad relegation strugglers to Swedish top flight champions with one of his players at the time, Mats Jingblad. TOPICS: 07:10 – Julien Laurens tells us why Karim Benzema is now back in the French national team. 17:53 – Rafael gives his opinion on Joachim Loews’s Euro 2021 squad. 24:25 – Guillem tells us the latest on Koeman’s managerial future at Barcelona 31:14 – Interview with the Barcelona women’s head coach Luis Cortes after winning the Champions League. 41:41 – Interview with former Halmstad footballer Mats Jingblad
Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki join Steve Crossman to discuss why the last six months have been pivotal for both Pep Guardiola and Manchester City. Hear insight from Spanish journalist Pol Ballus, who reveals Guardiola’s new obsession with cycling. In Italy, Juventus’ problems go from bad to worse - with Champions League qualification out of their hands. Meanwhile, in Spain, with just two weeks left in the season we have a three-horse title race. Yannick Carrasco has been pivotal to leaders Atletico’s recent form - find out how a spell in the Chinese Super League transformed him on and off the pitch. TOPICS; 1.41 – Guillem Balague explains why the decision to stage the Champions League final in Porto makes sense. 4.39 – Spanish journalist Pol Ballus joins to pod to explain what Pep Guardiola has done differently this season. 16.38 – Ballus explains how riding to work has helped Guardiola to switch off. 23 – Mina Rzouki explains what she thinks has gone wrong at Juventus this season. 26 – The team discuss whether Cristiano Ronaldo will stay at Juve. 34.50 – The rebirth of Yannick Carrasco at Atletico Madrid as they close in on the title.
Steve Crossman is joined by Lee Dixon, Matthew Upson and Alistair Bruce-Ball to reflect on Arsenal’s miserable exit from the Europa League semi-finals, effectively ending their hopes of European football next season. A goalless draw at the Emirates was not enough as they lost 2-1 to Villarreal on aggregate and missed out on the chance to play Manchester United in the final. Arsenal fans Harry Symeou and Jonny Cochrane join the show to discuss Mikel Arteta’s future and where the club goes now after this latest setback. There may be no English domination in the Europa League but Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle are on the pod to discuss the English success in the Champions League, what Pep Guardiola has done to turn Manchester City's season around and whether Zinedine Zidane will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season. Plus, how will Jose Mourinho fare on his return to Italy as he prepares to take charge of Roma next season? TOPICS 02:03 - Reaction to Arsenal's Europa League exit 10:48 - Arsenal fans Harry Symeou and Jonny Cochrane share their thoughts on Mikel Arteta's future 18:59 - Mikel Arteta interview 22:37 - Reaction to Manchester United reaching the final with Conor McNamara 30:29 - What went wrong for PSG at Manchester City 35:09 - What Pep Guardiola did to ensure this season is a success 38:59 - The triumph for Thomas Tuchel and Thiago Silva in the reaching the Champions League final 43:14 - How injuries undermined Real Madrid’s season and whether Zinedine Zidane will leave 45:26 - What Jose Mourinho's move to Roma says about him and Serie A
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, a frustrated Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein to analyse two fascinating semi-final first-leg ties in the Champions League. They also discuss Julian Nagelsmann’s move to Bayern Munich and hear a rare interview in English with Atletico Madrid’s brilliant goalkeeper Jan Oblak. Alistair Bruce-Ball, Neil Lennon and Conor McNamara also join the pod to discuss Thursday’s Europa League semi-final first legs as Manchester United thrashed Roma 6-2 and Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by Villarreal. TOPICS 03.07 – Julien Laurens on his frustration with PSG and why they struggled against Man City 07.30 – Why L’Equipe ratings are traditionally so low – and whether Mbappe’s 3 out of 10 was fair 12.30 – Why Wednesday’s match in Paris was so important to Riyad Mahrez 15.00 – Why Zinedine Zidane has been photographed in a lilac outfit reading a book on thoughts 19.00 – Rafa Honigstein on why it's not happening for Timo Werner at Chelsea 22.47 – The team predict who will reach the Champions League final 23.00 – Honigstein discusses the excitement around the appointment of Julian Nagelsmann as the new Bayern Munich boss 30.00 – A feature interview with Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak 43.52 - Reaction to Manchester United’s 6-2 win over Roma with Alistair Bruce-Ball and Neil Lennon 48.22 - Reaction to Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat at Villarreal with Conor McNamara.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein and Kristof Terreur are joined by Bayer Leverkusen’s Uefa committee member Fernando Carro to discuss a turbulent week. From the seismic shock caused across Europe by the news of the proposed European Super League to the possible fall-out and consequences of its collapse - the team unpick a week like any other. TOPICS 3.20 – What has happened this week 5.18 - Impact of Florentino Perez’s latest interview 09.30 - Interview with Bayer Leverkusen CEO Fernando Carro, who is also on Uefa’s Club Competitions Committee. He talks about how ‘disgusting’ certain aspects of behaviour was from ESL clubs 16 - Carro very strong on need to discuss problems in football in the open 17.30 – Carro good on how Germans are good at finding compromises – and how important this is right now 23.35 – The team discusses what happens next 27 – Rafa Honigstein on how Perez has been exposed as “the emperor with no clothes” 34 – Why fans around Europe have reacted differently to the ESL plans 37.57 – The team discusses whether this week will be remembered in 10 years
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Christian Falk to unpick the latest round of Champions League matches and the semi final line-up. Neymar of course comes up in conversation and the team discuss why he doesn’t have more fans across the globe. Guillem has the latest on his future along with Kylian Mbappe as well, while Christian offers his insight on what’s next for Hansi Flick. Does he want to stay with Bayern Munich, or will he leave to be the next manager of the German National Team? And could his next move determine Zinedine Zidane’s? Finally Ian Dennis and Chris Waddle join the podcast after they watched Arsenal set up a Europa League semi-final with Unai Emery’s Villareal. The other last four tie will see Manchester United face Roma. Topics: 4’00 – PSG v Bayern 5’00 - PSG becoming a more likeable team. 6’00 – Neymar’s lack of popularity 13’00 – Future of Hansi Flick 19’00 – Will Neymar and Mbappe stay at PSG? 22’00 – What kind of manager is Zinedine Zidane? 38.10 – Arsenal’s 4-0 win at Slavia Prague 43.20 – Mikel Arteta’s reaction
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Archie Rhind-Tutt Loïc Tanzi joins the pod to discuss PSG braving the snow in Munich to beat Bayern in the Champions League Toni Kroos dominating Liverpool’s midfield, but has he done enough to make Germany's team for the Euros? And a preview of El Clasico with the teams predictions for the La Liga title race PLUS John Acres gives us a bare naked update from the Europa League… Topics: 0.44 – The team discuss their gold experiences 4.20 - Loïc Tanzi joins the pod to talk about PSG’s win in Munich 8.27 – Archie discuss the game from Bayern’s point of view 12.15 – Discussion on Pochettino’s influence on PSG 19.02 – Mason Mount and Phil Foden performing in Europe 26.19 – Guillem on Vinícius Júnior 29.42 – Toni Kroos talk 36.47 – John Acres’ cheeky update on Granada v Manchester United 38.59 – El Clasico preview 45.51 – Teams predictions for the La Liga title race
Steve Crossman is joined by the 5 Live Sport commentary team and Euro Leagues regulars Raphael Honigstein and Julien Laurens to react to the quarter final first leg Champions League ties as Chelsea won 2-0 against Porto and PSG won a 5-goal thriller with Bayern Munich. We start the show with an honest and frank discussion on the news that Liverpool players Naby Keita and Trent Alexander-Arnold were racially abused on social media in the build up to the club’s match against Real Madrid. In matters on the pitch, Ian Dennis, Clinton Morrison and Crystal Palace midfielder Andros Townsend discuss another outstanding performance from Mason Mount as Chelsea look to be heading to the semi-finals of the Champions League, whilst John Bennett, Raphael Honigstein and Julien Laurens were watching a repeat of last year’s final as Bayern Munich took on Paris Saint Germain. TOPICS: 00:24: Steve, Ian, Andros and Clinton discuss yet more disturbing incidents of racial abuse concerning Liverpool players Naby Keita and Trent Alexander-Arnold. 14:42: John Bennett, Raphael Honigstein and Julien Laurens join Steve to reflect on Bayern Munich v PSG. 26:10: Ian Dennis, Clinton Morrison and Andros Townsend discuss Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Porto and another standout performance from Mason Mount, including Thomas Tuchel’s post match thoughts.
The Euro Leagues crew are back and this week Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Kristof Terreur as they delve into the biggest talking points from World Cup qualifying. They had to start with Germany and their loss against North Macedonia. Pod regular, Christian Falk, head of football at Sport Bild gives us the insight into how that game was a disaster for the national team. And as the minnows of European football make an impact in World Cup qualifying the guys hear from Luxembourg defender Maxime Chanot, after his side beat the Republic of Ireland and took the lead against Portugal. And the guys pose the question as to why the minnows of football are growing? It wouldn’t be a Euro Leagues episode without Kristof talking about Belgium – so does Roberto Martinez now know his team for the Euros? Kristof discusses that and the future of Roberto Martinez, as his contract comes to an end in 2022. James tells the guys about interviewing super agent Mino Raiola, who’s one of the most mysterious men in football, and James says there is a chance that Erling Haaland could join Manchester City. And where next for Sergio Aguero? Cape Town FC? Or is that just an April Fools joke? Topics: 4:30 – Christian Falk branding Germany’s loss against North Macedonia as “a disaster” and who are the current favourites to take over the departing Joachim Low. 11:44 – Interview with Luxembourg defender Maxime Chanot who says, “the smaller countries are not getting the respect they deserve.” 24:03 – If Roberto Martinez does not extend his deal with Belgium in 2022, where will he go next? “He wants to go back to club football,” says Kristof Terreur. 28:00 – Julien Lauren on Antoine Griezmann, who started his 45th French match in a row v Kazakhstan last weekend, beating Patrick Vieira’s record of 44. 32:00 – Italy are unbeaten in 25 games, is that down to lack of quality opposition? 32:24 – Where does Sergio Aguero go next after Manchester City? Julien rules out PSG, due to money. 35:05 – James talks about his interview with agent, Mino Raiola and says he expects “a busy Summer in the transfer market” and James also says there is a chance Erling Haaland could join Manchester City.
Steve Crossman presents reaction as Tottenham Hotspur are knocked out of the Europa League by Dinamo Zagreb. Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Raphael Honigstein join the pod for the Euro Leagues. They talk Karim Benzema’s goal scoring ability, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and the European football news of the week. Former Sweden International Jonas Olsson joins the podcast to discuss Zlatan Ibrahimović’s return to international football. Could we see him in management when he retires from football? Plus ‘Guillem Balague the Movie’?
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Julien Laurens as they discuss the latest European football stories. Does Ronaldo deserve criticism for turning his back on the ball that led to Oliveira’s 2nd goal for Porto? And what went wrong for Messi and Barcelona? Former German international Arne Friedrich joins the pod to discuss Joachim Löw’s decision to step down as head coach of Germany. Plus you can hear full-time reports from Thursday’s Europa League action. TOPICS: 02:30 – Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus’ exit from the Champions League 07:50 – FC Porto manager Sérgio Conceição 14:37 – Lionel Messi and Barcelona’s Champions League exit 17:20 – PSG and Pochettino 19:38 – Barcelona elections 24:15 – Arne Friedrich joins the pod to talk Joachim Löw 28:38 – Could Joachim Löw be convinced to stay as Germany manager? 36:33 – Tottenham v Dinamo Zagreb 38:55 – Manchester United v AC Milan 42:18 – Olympiacos v Arsenal
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Mina Rzouki to look ahead to the postponed European Championships. 100 days out, they ask what will it look like and crucially where will it be held. The team also decide which nations will flop and who their breakout stars will be. North Macedonian sports journalist Igor Aleksandrovic drops by to talk about Goran Pandev’s team qualifying for their first major championships before the inevitable question… who will lift the trophy on 11th July.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and James Horncastle analyse the week’s European football action. Diego Simeone’s Atlético Madrid adopted a timid approach to their game with Chelsea but what does this mean for the Spanish side going forward? Could Inter Milan be heading for a first league title in more than 10 years but also face financial issues? And, why did the Brescia President and former Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino take charge of the club from the touchline? Plus, after Bayern’s Jamal Musiala turned 18 this week, find out who is the most exciting 18-year-old in world football as we play ‘parole pesanti’ TOPICS: 1min 53secs – What is ‘parole pesanti’? 3mins 55secs – Atlético Madrid’s performance against Chelsea 7mins 20secs – Who will win La Liga? 13mins 50secs – Real Madrid and what’s gone wrong 16mins 30secs – Do away goals still matter? 19mins 55secs – Atalanta v Real Madrid 26mins 35secs – Jamal Musiala 30mins 22secs – ‘Parole Pesanti’ 33mins 40secs – Inter Milan and whether the Champions League matters for them 34mins 58secs – Romelu Lukaku 45mins – Brescia chairman Massimo Cellino coaching their side
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur to talk Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland’s stand out Champions League performances. Will they reach the milestones of Ronaldo and Messi? And what clubs will we see them at next? Belgium head coach Roberto Martínez joins the pod after Romelu Lukaku scored his 300th goal at senior level for Inter Milan. What’s it like to coach Lukaku? And what does the future hold for him? TOPICS: 3mins 50secs – Guillem and his conversation with Pochettino 5mins 20secs – Are Mbappé and Haaland the new Messi and Ronaldo? 13mins – Mbappé stats and his performance against Barcelona 19mins 10secs – Will Mbappé stay at PSG? And where will Haaland go? 20mins – Mbappé’s conversation with Pochettino 27mins 20secs – Which one would you sign, Mbappé or Haaland? 31mins 30secs – Roberto Martínez on Lukaku 40mins 30secs – Martínez on the future for Lukaku and how he can still improve
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle discuss the continued brilliance of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the row that is spicing up the Champions League tie between Barca and PSG. They also pick out a few things to keep an eye on as European competition returns. The team are joined by A Bola’s Jose Delgado to explain why Sporting Lisbon’s manager is worthy of comparisons with Jose Mourinho. Plus, what’s with Steve’s new haircut and is that the sound of the Circle line? TOPICS…. 3.39 – why Carlo Ancelotti’s celebration with a cup of tea was super cool 6.51 – how Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains so good and why more players will be able to carry on for longer 10 – James Horncastle on why Zlatan loves being surrounded by younger players at AC Milan 17 – why PSG’s courtship of Lionel Messi is ideal for the media 28.48 - James discusses why Atalanta might fancy their chances against Real Madrid 29.29 – Guillem Balague discusses the brilliant job being done by Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui 30.55 – Julien Laurens on the match-up between Atletico Madrid and Chelsea 32.33 – A Bola’s Jose Delgado joins the pod to discuss Portuguese league leader’s Sporting Lisbon 35.46 – Jose explains why their coach has been compared to Jose Mourinho
Stuttgart CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger joins Steve Crossman, Julien Laurens, Rafa Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to discuss his decision to come out as gay seven years ago, the progress made since then and the importance of LGBT+ history month. Steve, Julien, Rafa and Kristof also discuss the chaos at Marseille and whether Bayern’s Jamal Musiala will choose to play for England or Germany at senior level. Oh – and why has Julien been made into a cartoon character popular in his childhood (one that nobody else seems to have heard of)? TOPICS 0 mins – Julien on his love of the cartoon character Captain Tsubasa 2.30 – Rafa discusses the story he wrote with Thomas Hitzlsperger when he came out in 2014 6.35 – Julien explains the recent chaotic events at Marseille, resulting in the departure of Andre Villas-Boas 16.38 – Thomas explains why it has been a difficult month for him at Stuttgart 20.44 – Thomas on how progress has been made in football since he came out in 2014 24.20 – Thomas explains how abuse on “social media does not touch me anymore” but language about LGBT+ issues remains important 27.32 – Thomas discusses the Qatar World Cup and the LGBT+ community 31.36 Thomas discuss the importance of LGBT+ history month – “visibility helps people who feel insecure” 33.07 – Thomas discusses the work done by the German FA with gay amateur footballers 38 – the team discuss who Jamal Musiala will choose to play for at senior level
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and David Priest to bring you the Euro Leagues. Thomas Tuchel is talk of the pod after he made the move from PSG to Chelsea. FSV Mainz head coach Bo Svensson joins the pod to talk about playing under Tuchel as well as Jurgen Klopp, and why Mainz produces great managers. Guillem gives us an update on the financial issues facing Barcelona and Real Madrid and the pod discuss the future of Kylian Mbappé. Plus former Norwegian international Jan Åge Fjørtoft joins the pod after Martin Ødegaard made the move from Real Madrid to Arsenal.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein and Kristof Terreur discuss the future of Zinedine Zidane, highlight some transfers to keep an eye on, explain why Bayern Munich might be top but are a bit off the pace and find out why Tasmania Berlin love their losing record. Oh, and do not fall foul of judge Balague! Topics: 5.40 – discussion around Real Madrid’s humiliating defeats this season 8.06 – Guillem Balague on how Zinedine Zidane has failed to develop and trust his young players and there is likely to be a change, either in the summer or before the end of the season 12.35 – what has gone wrong for Martin Odegaard at Real Madrid – is it a case of career planning going wrong? 19.04 - Rafa Honigstein on the future of Bayern Munich’s David Alaba – and Guillem on why it might not be Real Madrid 22.15 – Kristof Terreur and Rafa discuss the strengths of new Palace striker Jean-Philippe Mateta and whether he will work in the Premier League 26.09 – why West ham are struggling to sign Sevilla striker Elnesyri 27.35 – Rafa on why Demarai Gray might be an interesting signing for Bayer Leverkusen 28.55 – Rafa explains why Bayern Munich have been far from convincing despite their lead in the Bundesliga 35.33 – Rafa explains how Tasmania Berlin came to have the longest losing streak in Bundesliga history 38 – Tasmania fan HCL explains why the losing streak is something the club are proud about
On this weeks show, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki to discuss the latest football news across Europe as the title race hots up in Italy with both Milan clubs threatening to break the Juventus stronghold on Serie A. We also look at the latest transfer news as each of the panel select the potential moves they've got their eyes on most across the continent. And former Sunderland, Wigan and Middlesbrough midfielder Lee Cattemole discusses ending his playing days in Holland at the age of just 32 to set his sights on a successful coaching career.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur for the Euro Leagues. The pod discuss the future of Lionel Messi and the other players that will be available on a free in the summer. How will Pochettino do as head coach of PSG? Plus former Arsenal and Fulham defender Philippe Senderos joins the pod to talk about his role as technical director at Servette.
Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein tell Steve Crossman why they enjoy the busy Christmas period in England and reflect on how their lives changed in 2020. Oh - and Alistair Bruce-Ball makes a guest appearance as the team end the pod with a quiz that sets their winning instincts alight.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Rafa Honigstein to discuss big changes in Germany and the strange look at the top of some of Europe’s major leagues. They also remember Gerard Houllier and Alan Pardew dials in from Bulgaria to discuss his new job at CSKA Sofia.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur & David Preece Italian football journalist Vieri Capretta pays tribute to Italy’s 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi – who has died aged 64 We hear from Basaksehir midfielder Nacer Chadli after their game against PSG was abandoned due to the fourth official using a racist term Plus - Bodø/Glimt managing director Frode Thomassen joins the pod after they won the Norwegian title for the first time.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens & Kristof Terreur The team discuss Neymar expressing his desire to play with Messi again… Zidane’s possible exit from Real Madrid and talk about Lukaku’s form at Inter Milan Plus - Liam Manning, Head Coach of Lommel SK, who were purchased by the City Group in May also joins the pod
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens & James Horncastle The team pay tribute to football legend Diego Maradona and look back at his career throughout Europe, at Napoli, Barcelona and Sevilla. Writer and director of the documentary ‘Diego Maradona’, Asif Kapadia also joins the pod. Asif gives an insight into Maradona life after spending time with him while making the film.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens & special guest Rafael Benítez Currently managing in China, the former Liverpool, Newcastle, Inter, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Valencia boss joins the pod. Rafa discusses life inside the bubble in China after spending 10 weeks in a hotel He talks about the career of Javier Mascherano and how he’s tried to sign him multiple times. Plus - would Rafa consider international management in Spain or England?
Steve Crossman, Kristof Terreur, James Horncastle and Rafa Honigstein ask whether the latest round of international matches are really necessary – and explain why they might be crucial for certain nations. They also explain why Italy named a 41-man squad for the latest fixtures, discuss Joachim Low's struggles and wonder whether there is a new generation on the way for Belgium. Oh – and has James been channelling his inner Dave Grohl?
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Steve Crossman is joined by triple Ballon d'Or winner Marco van Basten for a Euro Leagues special. He won six league titles, two European Cups and the Euros but Marco van Basten wishes he had retired earlier. He discusses meeting his idol Johan Cruyff as a teenager and scoring his most famous goal in the Euro 88 final. But he missed two seasons trying to fight back from his ankle injury and now cannot even kick a ball. Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Julien Laurens also join the pod to look back on the career of a legend.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Raphael Honigstein & Mina Rzouki. After the big Champions League games this week, the team discuss Josep Bartomeu resigning from Barcelona in a blaze of glory and his European Super League plans. Plus - Ronaldo Vieira tells his story of moving from Benfica to Whitley Bay, then to Leeds and now to Italy. Andorra's captain, top scorer and record appearance holder Ildefons Lima also joins the pod after he was left out of the squad due to a dispute with the national federation.
Michael Laudrup and Jordi Cruyff join Steve Crossman and Guillem Balague as they look ahead to Saturday’s Clasico between two troubled teams. Laudrup played for Barcelona and Real Madrid and remains popular at both clubs, while Cruyff is not only the son of Johan but a former Barca player. They share their Clasico memories and discuss the current state of both clubs. Laudrup tells the team about a fan and his son he met at an airport and Cruyff remembers the sound of the keys in the door when his dad came home. Oh – and find out why cognac and chorizo is the Clasico smell.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and, on his Euro Leagues debut, Peter Odemwingie. As the international break ends, the team discuss stuttering Spain, the ever-green Olivier Giroud and leaky Germany. Plus – Peter discusses his journey from Africa into European football and his hopes of making it as a pro golfer.
Steve Crossman is joined by Paul Elliott to talk about his time playing in Serie A, the issue of racism in Italian football, his role on the Football Association’s Inclusion Advisory board and the code he has created to improve diversity in football.
Steve – or is it Chris? - Crossman is joined by the soon-to-be-40 Julien Laurens, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki to discuss the Champions League draw and the transfers to watch out for before the window shuts on Monday. Plus - Paul Elliott discusses his time at Pisa and battles against racism.
Steve Crossman is joined by Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle as they discuss whether it was right to have fans at the Super Cup, Luis Suarez’s iffy Italian citizenship test and whether Chelsea have solved their goalkeeping problem. Oh, and listen out for some match reports of a decidedly mixed quality from Rafa!
This week Mina Rzouki, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur join Steve Crossman in this special late night recording. The guys all stay up past their bedtimes as they give us the latest on Thiago, and the deal that Liverpool have agreed with Bayern Munich. And it's transfer-tastic as not only that, the panel discuss if Kalidou Koulibaly will ever leave Napoli for Manchester City and if we will see Sergio Reguilon in a Tottenham shirt soon. But no pod is complete without the latest update on Gareth Bale and his possible move to Spurs - Steve has the latest breaking news on that. And when it comes to Jose Mourinho's club they very nearly came close to being knocked out of the Europa League - but Tanguy Ndombele saved the day, but does this mean he is a favourite with the manager now? This is what the guys try to find out. And after Jude Bellingham made history in Germany, we ask Rafa what Borussia Dortmund make of the English footballer.
Emma Saunders is joined by journalists, Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur as the Euro Leagues team return for the start of the new season. In this episode they discuss the big transfer stories that are happening in Europe and find out which European players are in the best form going into their new seasons, and which ones had a nightmare particularly in the Nations League. The panel get the latest from Spain as ‘Messi Watch’ continues after he had his first training session back this week with Barcelona. And Spanish football expert, Eduardo Alvarez joins the pod to give his thoughts on what is going on with Gareth Bale and Real Madrid, and how he thinks the La Liga season will pan out, especially with Coronavirus cases rising in the country. We also find out if Rafa has had enough of talking about the on-going Jadon Sancho saga, and the will he / won’t he questions surrounding a possible move to Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Kristof Terreur and Raphael Honigstein to bring you the Euro Leagues as they look ahead to a busy weekend of European action. French football expert Matt Spiro joins the panel to preview the Champions League Final between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. They also look ahead to the Europa League Final between Sevilla and Inter Milan. PLUS Molly Hudson from The Times joins the pod to look ahead to the Women’s Champions League quarter-finals in Spain on Friday.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein look back on a dramatic few days in the Champions League - debating whether Pep Guardiola tinkers too much in big games and discussing Thomas Muller’s return to form as well as asking why the situation seems to be so rotten at Barcelona.
In this episode Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Julien Laurens and the chat is all about the big games in the Champions League quarter-finals. They debate if Manchester City can go all the way and beat Lyon, and if Bayern can defeat Barcelona and Messi? Not only that, attention turns to Italy as the guys chat about Andrea Pirlo, as he settles into his new role as Juventus head coach.
French football writer and broadcaster Julien Laurens, Serie A guru James Horncastle and German football expert Raphael Honigstein join Steve Crossman on the Euro League show. Who will lift the Champions League and Europa League? The panel review the remaining teams and fixtures ahead of the restart. And former Real Madrid president Ramón Calderón joins the show to reflect on the legendary career of Iker Casillas.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristoff Terreur bring you the Euro Leagues podcast. Former French international Gaël Clichy joins the pod after his team İstanbul Başakşehir are crowned champions of the Süper Lig in Turkey. All the latest from Serie A as Juventus move slowly towards becoming champions and Guillem gives an update on La Liga. PLUS everyone picks their European team of the season
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens have an in-depth chat with Barcelona presidential candidate Victor Font. They also discuss Gareth Bale’s snooze and PSG playing in front of fans. Oh, and has Steve Crossman been tapped up for a big job at Barca?
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki to discuss Ralf Rangnick at AC Milan, the upturn at Barca and, ahead of Friday’s draw, the return of the Champions League. Plus, we hear from Paul Clement - the new manager in Bruges.
John Bennett is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein hear about Arjen Robben’s sensational return, discuss the latest unravelling at Barcelona and explain what makes Kai Havertz so special. Oh - and there's some singing at the end.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and James Horncastle as they explain why Maurizio Sarri has yet to silence the doubters at Juventus, delve into the referee row in Spain as the title race continues there and find out how Vincent Kompany is increasing his influence at Anderlecht. Plus, John Toshack remembers his 17-year career managing in Spain.
Steve Crossman and Guillem Balague are joined by Rafa Honigstein and Julien Laurens to discuss the restart of the Champions League, Timo Werner’s big move to Chelsea and the rebuild of PSG. Plus, you can hear from Real Mallorca director Graeme Le Saux.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur on the Euro Leagues show. This week the team are joined by AC Milan's goalkeeper Asmir Begović to chat about the return of Serie A and playing with Zlatan Ibrahimović. Icelandic goalkeeper Hannes Halldórsson also joins the pod to talk about his memories of Euro 2016 and his career as a film director. Plus the team discuss Dries Mertens' decision to stay at Napoli and Eden Hazard's first year at Real Madrid.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens are back with the Euro Leagues show. Frenkie de Jong discusses his rise from a small Dutch village to FC Barcelona and former teammates Aitor Karanka and Bixente Lizarazu are re-united. Former Middlesbrough manager Karanka discusses the return of La Liga and Bayern legend Lizarazu recalls France's success at Euro 2000.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens on the Euro Leagues. This week, the team are joined by Marítimo and former Reading manager José Gomes to discuss the return of Portuguese football, the influence of José Mourinho and studying football at university. Would you be up for a drive-in match viewing at your team's stadium? FC Midtjylland marketing director Preben Rokkjaer discusses his club's innovative way to get fans back at football grounds.
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur are back with the Euro Leagues. Roberto Martínez explains why his Belgium players are coaches of the future and Red Bull Salzburg boss Jesse Marsch remembers THAT half-time team-talk at Anfield. And Brighton defender Bernardo discusses his love of radio, Project Restart and his upbringing in Brazil.
The Bundesliga is back and so are Steve Crossman and the Euro Leagues team. Fortuna Düsseldorf sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel takes us behind the scenes at his club and Archie Rhind-Tutt joins us from Köln-Mainz. Meanwhile, former Watford and Atlético Madrid boss Quique Sánchez Flores discusses winning the Europa League, his godfather Alfredo Di Stéfano and the Pozzo family.
@nickgeber and @kkfla737 discuss the timing of the other European Leagues' restarts. Plus we complete our weekend #BUNDESLIGA preview.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur on this week's Euro Leagues show. The team bring us the latest on the return of the Bundesliga and leagues across Europe. Plus Chris Waddle reminisces about his Marseille career and the time he aimed for France and ended up on an island in the Indian Ocean... And Nayim remembers THAT goal against Arsenal in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final.
José Enrique compares Jon Flanagan to Roberto Carlos and we hear from FC Schalke and Wales winger Rabbi Matondo in this week's Euro Leagues podcast. Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens join Steve Crossman to discuss Ligue 1 being cancelled and how football may restart in Spain, Italy and Germany.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur for this week's Euro Leagues podcast. Former German international Steffen Freund reflects on their Euro 1996 victory, a sore subject for Steve. With the news that the Dutch football season will be voided, we're also joined by SC Cambuur manager Henk de Jong whose team were at the top of the Eerste Divisie and could now miss out on promotion to the Eredivisie and Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan.
Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper are joined in studio by the font of all women's football knowledge, Sophie Lawson. With round one of the Conti Cup done, we round up the fixtures, speak with West Ham's Gilly Flaherty, Sheffield United's Media guru Rich Laverty, and we get a big European leagues round up. Here's how it sounds: RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Conti Cup explainer and opinion (02.00) PART 2a - Chelsea 2-0 West Ham (04.10) PART 2b - West Ham captain Gilly Flaherty (06.10) PART 3a - Man City 5-0 Leicester (09.50) PART 3b - London Lionesses 0-5 Arsenal (14.10) PART 4a - Liverpool 2-3 Sheffield United with Rich Laverty (17.00) PART 4b - Tottenham Hotspur 0-4 Reading (21.50) PART 5a - Birmingham City 1-0 Everton (23.30) PART 5b - Lewes 2-3 Charlton (25.00) PART 5c - Conti Cup round up (28.10) PART 6a - Euro Leagues round up (29.30) PART 6b - FIFA's The Best (36.10) GET IN TOUCH Read our articles at www.offsiderulepodcast.com (https://offsiderulepodcast.com/) Tweet us @OffsideRulePod (https://twitter.com/OffsideRulePod) Find us on Instagram @OffsideRulePod (https://www.instagram.com/offsiderulepod/?hl=en)
The guys from the Dictate the Game Podcast are back with a preview of the Championship League Final between Tottenham and Liverpool, the Europa League Final between Arsenal and Chelsea, AND the Championship Final between Derby and Aston Villa! Plus, how do you defend using a high line in Football Manager 2019? Ben from DictateTheGame.com joins us to give us some tips to help us get the most out of the high line in FM19.
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T1 E15. No olvides suscribirte. Los números hablan por sí solos: 4 Mundiales, 3 Euro Copas, 9 Medallas Olimpicas, 7 Champions Leagues, 6 Euro Leagues, 1 Mundial de Clubes, 3 Intercontinentales, 7 Balones de Oro, 2 Fifa World Player, 1 máximo Goleador de Mundiales, etc. Alemania ya demostró que si de algo sabes es de FUTBOL. Gracias por la música Anthony Lozano -> https://soundcloud.com/menec_music Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales: https://www.facebook.com/catedradefutbol https://twitter.com/catedradefutbol https://www.instagram.com/catedradefutbol