Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs bring you the tenth edition of their World Cup daily podcast. As well as chatting to broadcaster Tom Rennie about how the USA will fare in the knockouts, travel writer Simon (or is it Nigel) Calder gives his tips on how best to get to Qatar for latter stages, there's talk of Jesse Marsch's cheeseboard and Andy has news about Gianni Infantino! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Graham and Joe return after a one-week break to discuss all things Leeds United and the FIFA World Cup. Tyler Adams' stars and stripes forever, Jesse Marsch exploring Ancient Incan trails, Rodrigo's brief stint under Gary Neville and much more. Listen, subscribe and rate now.
The loss at Spurs was annoying and could have been a better result – but in the end, it’s a loss in a tough away match. The bigger question is where do Leeds stand going into the World Cup? Will … Continued
Could Arsenal possibly be top of the league come boxing day? (Does it matter?) Cristiano Ronalso craps on United, City lay a turd at the Etihad and Spurs celebrate a comeback win vs. Jesse Marsch's American Revolutionary Soldiers ... AND MORE.
World Cup Anticipation is Exploding. Kevin and Chris talk to Clemente Lisi, author of “Passion of the World Cup - A History of the Planet's Biggest Sporting Events.” The boys discuss the gravity of the World Cup when nationalistic pride is mixed with Superbowl-like competition, Qatar's demands for the world to acclimate to their culture, the USMNT starting keepers and center-backs, Christian Pulisic's Bose commercial, and USWNT's win over Germany, and Jesse Marsch's "I Don't Care" statement. This and much more are on this week's edition of OTB.
In S03E16, Host Stefan Pape is joined by Graphic Designer, Anthony Pepera, Football Daily's Danny Pape & representing Leeds is Peacocks Roar Podcast Host, Adonis Storr - as they discuss Spurs' 4-3 win over Jesse Marsch's side. This episode was recorded live on Twitter Spaces, so apologies for the reduction in audio quality and if there are any technical issues.
A heavily rotated Leeds team lost 1-0 at Wolves in the Carabao Cup, which was a shame. Can Leeds get a result in the far more important match away at Spurs? Follow us on Twitter @mightywhitespod and visit mightywhitespodcast.com.
Extratime: 1v1 is back! Andrew Wiebe sits down with Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch for a conversation on everything from sandwiches to coaching in the pressure cooker of the Premier League. 0:17 - Jesse Marsch sandwich takes 1:57 - What's behind the goal celebrations 4:34 - Was the Liverpool win the biggest of his career? 6:44 - Dealing with the emotions and intensity of the Premier League 14:09 - Coaching philosophy and leadership style 18:24 - What to expect from Leeds the rest of the season 20:50 - What is Brenden Aaronson's ceiling? 25:03 - Why Tyler Adams is having the best season of his career 30:38 - World Cup 2010 USMNT memories 35:23 - How to get a team to play without fear 39:20 - Facing off against England, then and now 43:08 - Why the USMNT should be optimistic about this World Cup 46:52 - Comparing the past USMNT generations to this one
HEADLINES - thoughts on FSG (reportedly) selling Liverpool and who we do/don't expect to see when Berhalter reveals his 26-man roster on Wednesday for Qatar... let the Tim Ream hot takes commence WWI (18:30) - what if Freddy Adu had turned out to be America's first true global soccer superstar? PREMIER LEAGUE (23:30) - takeaways from Chelsea/Arsenal and Spurs/Liverpool, where do Leeds and Jesse Marsch go from here, Power Rankings and if Chelsea have a shot at Newcastle this weekend REST OF WORLD (46:00) - ranking MLS Cup in pantheon of finals over the last decade, Canadian soccer no good very bad day and preview of Champions League R16 matchups STOPPAGE TIME (1:01:30) - Best Bets and GOAWs
Football eh? There’s nothing like it. A phenomenal comeback and a brilliant win, but now the euphoria is gone – did Leeds actually play well? Follow us on Twitter @mightywhitespod and visit mightywhitespodcast.com.
They say football is a game of three thirds and that was certainly true at Elland Road on Saturday. What a comeback, and what a victory for Jesse Marsch… but, but, but… we can't ignore those first two thirds! So Marschball goes under the microscope again, along with JKA and Victor Orta. Never a dull week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A crackers weekend of Premier League football can only mean one thing: fire up the managerial merry-go-round!Marcus, Vish, Jim and Lars chew over it all as Ralph Hasenhüttl's Southampton reign ends and Julen Lopetegui lines up the Wolves gig. Elsewhere, Bournemouth and Jesse Marsch battle to be crowned the league's chaos merchants and Liverpool register their first away win! Spurs with yet another helping hand…Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle react to Match Round 15 of the 2022-23 Premier League season discussing the following:(01:06) Arsenal put in a statement performance at Stamford Bridge(12:52) 10-man Manchester City leaves it late as they secure all 3 points against Fulham(20:23) Mohamed Salah scores a brace as Liverpool see off Spurs(26:47) Unai Emery starts his Aston Villa managerial career with a win versus Man United(32:42) Newcastle dominant as Southampton reportedly decide to fire Ralph Hasenhuttl(39:37) Jesse Marsch's Leeds incredible comeback at the expense of Bournemouth
Steve Crossman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday's action as seventh tier Alvechurch stun League One Cheltenham in the FA Cup and Erling Haaland scores a late winner to send Manchester City top of the Premier League. Jermaine Jenas also joins the pod to give his thoughts on the 3 o'clock results – PLUS you'll hear reaction from the likes of Alvechurch boss Ian Long, City's match-winner Erling Haaland and Leeds manager Jesse Marsch.
The win at Anfield was exactly what everyone needed. Jesse Marsch has had a lot of the pressure lifted, but it will come right back if we do not beat Bournemouth at Elland Road. Follow us on Twitter @mightywhitespod and … Continued
It's MLS Cup Weekend is here, and Kevin and Chris are digging into issues of payroll, parity, parking woes, and the impact and importance of a hometown crowd. With World Cup Fever upon us, the boys share their concerns about USNMT injuries, England's false confidence, Argentina & Portugal as favorites, and why the hell we're playing in Qatar…in November. Kevin and Chris sneak in a little Leeds love fest, the fear of relegation, and the health and durability of Premier League players, while cheering on their friend, Mike Noonan, at Clemson and celebrating Coach Chamides' accomplishments at LMU. And end the day with some confusion as to where the Romans are? That and more on this week's episode of OTB.
Jimbo ushers Michael Cox, Dom Fifield and Duncan Alexander into the Totally pod ahead of a blockbuster Premier League weekend. Arsenal travel to Chelsea with a chance to assert dominance over their London rivals, while a depleted Spurs host an unpredictable Liverpool. Elsewhere, we pay homage to Marco Silva, look ahead to Unai Emery's first match at Villa and ask if Jesse Marsch would have been better off if Leeds went down. The Champions League group stage wraps up in dramatic style, with Benfica pipping PSG to top spot, courtesy of the return of the away goals rule Plus Nick Miller is off on the road to Qatar, a salute to Ronnie Radford and looking ahead to the quiet weekend. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: A salute to Ronnie Radford (01.00) • PART 1b: Marseille 1-2 Spurs (05.30) • PART 1c: Benfica pip PSG to top spot (11.30) • PART 1d: Giroud leads Milan to the last 16 (15.30) • PART 2a: Villa v Man Utd preview (22.00) • PART 2b: Chelsea v Arsenal preview (25.00) • PART 2c: Man City v Fulham preview (31.00) • PART 3a: Spurs v Liverpool preview (25.00) • PART 3b: Nick Miller's off to Qatar (44.00) • PART 3c: The rest of the Premier League weekend (49.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt and Evan get together to go over Arsenal's pumping of Nottingham Forest, Chelsea's shock loss against Brighton, Liverpool's capitulation against Leeds that probably saved Jesse Marsch's job, and much more before getting into the upcoming week of games.
USMNT fans didn't need Halloween to get spooked over the weekend with a few key injuries hanging over the squad three weeks out from Qatar. Will Luca De La Torre, Chris Richards, & Weston McKennie make it back in time? Alexi Lalas and David Mosse then dive into the defense for the US. Can we expect Tim Ream to get the call? On the MLS front, LAFC topped Austin and Philadelphia raced past NYCFC to reach the MLS Cup Finals. The guys also recap a massive weekend abroad including Jesse Marsch and Leeds United's win at Liverpool. We answer questions about the US striker pool in #AskAlexi before tipping our caps to the Portland Thorns in One for the Road. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Tom and Dunny discuss Leeds United and Jesse Marsch's big win at Anfield, Liverpool's continued problems, Brighton fans booing Graham Potter on his return with Chelsea, West Ham's frustrating loss to Manchester United, Diego Costa's red card, the MLS Cup Final and more! Sorry Tim. Follow Tom Rennie & Brian Dunseth on Twitter and hear more from the guys on America's only soccer station, SiriusXM FC 157 - siriusxm.us/SiriusXMFC!
Up for discussion this week is Marcus Rashford and whether he should be in Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad. Which strikers would the guys be taking to Qatar? After a win over Liverpool at the weekend, has Jesse Marsch saved his job at Leeds? BBC Leeds commentator Adam Pope joins the pod to tell us all about Crysencio Summerville following his dramatic winner. And after Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez continued playing after a serious head injury against Newcastle, we discuss the issue of permanent versus temporary concussion substitutes and which is better for player welfare. Plus there is talk of birthday croissants and one of the panel bursts into song - with a rendition of a B*Witched classic. Wonder who that might be? TOPICS 3'00 MNC book club 5'20 Marcus Rashford and World Cup strikers 30'00 Birthday croissants 32'00 Jesse Marsch and Leeds with Adam Pope 42'00 Concussion substitutes
Jimbo welcomes Daniel Storey, Adrian Clarke and Ahmed Shooble into the pod after another momentous weekend in the Premier League. It's a miserable return to Brighton for Graham Potter with Chelsea. Andy Naylor tells us about an afternoon where De Zerbi made the former Seagulls manager look a bit foolish. Leeds are shock winners at Anfield as they show that they're playing for Jesse Marsch. Meanwhile Liverpool continue to look awful out of possession. Arsenal blitz a feeble Forest to stay top of the table while Spurs come from 2-0 down to emerge victorious at the Vitality. Julien Laurens discusses what awaits at the Velodrome on Tuesday on and off the pitch. As for Bournemouth, Ahmed fills us in on the latest on their takeover and managerial search. And Marcus Rashford reaches 100 goals at Manchester United despite a turbulent couple of years. Plus Little Simz, unicorn midfielders, who's a thug and who made one of the best Premier League saves ever? Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Arsenal 5-0 Nottingham Forest (03.00) • PART 1b: Leicester 0-1 Man City (11.00) • PART 2: Brighton 4-1 Chelsea with Andy Naylor (16.30) • PART 3a: Liverpool 1-2 Leeds (26.00) • PART 3b: Bournemouth 2-3 Spurs (35.00) • PART 3c: Marseille v Spurs with Julien Laurens (42.00) • PART 4: The rest of the Premier League weekend (51.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap the key storylines from match round fourteen of the 2022-23 Premier League season(1:54) Leeds grab a late winner, beating Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield, taking a lot of pressure of Jesse March and his team, and handing Jurgen Klopp's men another defeat(18:48) Arsenal continue to impress, beating Nottingham Forest 5-0 to go back to the top of the table. Reiss Nelson came of the bench two goals (31:27) Manchester City go to the King Power Stadium and beat Leicester City 1-0 behind a beautiful Kevin De Bruyne free kick. Leicester City fell back into 18th place and the relegation zone after the weekend results (35:12) Manchester United beat West Ham 1-0 at Old Trafford to pick up their 7th win of the season. Marcus Rashford scored the lone goal, his 100th for the club(50:27) Roberto De Zerbi gets his first win as Brighton manager, beating former manager Graham Potter and Chelsea 4-1 to bring the Seagulls up to eighth in the league. This was Potter's first game against Brighton since leaving to become Chelsea manager earlier this season(57:11) Tottenham come back to beat Bournemouth 3-2 after falling behind 2-0. Rodrigo Bentancur grabbed the 92' minute winner for Spurs(1:00:45) Newcastle United ease past Aston Villa 4-0 behind goals from Callum Wilson, Joelinton, and Miguel Almiron. Newcastle climed into 4th place after the win, and look a real threat to stay in the top 4 race all season(1:08:28) Crystal Palace beat Southampton 1-0 behind a Odsonne Edouard goal (1:08:55) Brentford and Wolves draw 1-1 . Ben Mee scored for Brentford, and Ruben Neves equalized for Wolves(1:09:19) Fulham and Everton played out to a scoreless draw, Fulham went up to 7th in the league
Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Natalie Pike on Sunday night duty! Arsenal returned to the top of the Premier League table as they hammered Nottingham Forest 5-0 and Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the Manchester United Premier League starting XI as they edge out West Ham 1-0. Kevin De Bruyne inspired Manchester City to three points at Leicester City, Graham Potter endured a miserable return to Brighton, and Leeds pulled off a huge win at Anfield. Newcastle cruised past Aston Villa at St, James Park, as Spurs battled back at Bournemouth and Diego Costa saw red for Wolves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters bring you the biggest stories from Saturday's Premier League action; as Leeds scored an 89th minute winner to beat Liverpool at Anfield, Brighton thrashed Chelsea 4-1 on Graham Potter's return and Tottenham came from two goals down to beat Bournemouth. Alan Shearer joins the pod to reflect on Newcastle's 4-0 win over Aston Villa. You'll also hear reaction from Jesse Marsch, Jurgen Klopp and Kevin de Bruyne - whose sensational free-kick gave Manchester City a 1-0 win at Leicester and moved them top of the table. We'll also round-up the main headlines from the EFL and Scotland.
Ian Paul Joy, Nigel Reo-Coker and Michael Lahoud cast their gaze ahead to a weekend packed with mouth-watering fixtures on both sides of the Atlantic. Graham Potter returns to his old hunting ground, Unai Emery takes the reins of Aston Villa, and Anfield awaits for under fire Jesse Marsch. Plus, Barcelona lick their wounds in Valencia, Leipzig are on the rise, and MLS reaches the business end of the season. (00:55) -- Recapping Destination Brooklyn (04:15) -- Brighton vs. Chelsea: Welcome home, Graham (12:13) -- Newcastle vs. Aston Villa: All eyes on Emery (20:48) -- Liverpool vs. Leeds: Tall order for Marsch (25:05) -- Man Utd: Ronaldo & showboating Antony (35:01) -- Pablo Mari recovering after knife attack (37:37) -- Valencia vs. Barcelona: Xavi's UCL hangover (43:10) -- Bundesliga: Watch out for Leipzig (51:30) -- MLS Conference Finals House of Champions is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the House of Champions team on Twitter: @ChampsHouseCBS, @JOYPAULIAN, @MikeLahoud, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @PartidoPooper Watch House of Champions on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7hm6TorI7BMD1-IxTqyhUg For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus and use offer code UEFA22 for a one-month free trial: https://www.paramountplus.com/?cbscidmt=sports&promo=uefa22 To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan Bardell is joined by The Athletic's Tim Spiers, George Elek and bet365's Steve Freeth as Man City look to leapfrog Arsenal at the top of the Premier League and Graham Potter returns to Brighton with his in-form Chelsea side. Following Unai Emery's return to the Premier League the panel give their take on the Spaniard taking over at Aston Villa, as well as Villa's visit to Newcastle United. The panel also discuss Liverpool v Leeds at Anfield with the Reds in need of kickstarting their campaign while pressure being to mount on Jesse Marsch. Produced by Guy Clarke Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we talk to Ben about the new additions to the Chelsea staff and how they contribute to the overall goal of building a multi club model. We then jump into a Brighton preview and Potter returning back to the seagulls. We also review Leicester versus Man City and talk about Jesse Marsch's future with Leeds. Thanks for listening! ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Ex-England and Everton player Trevor Steven and Southampton stalwart Francis Benali join Niall McCaughan on this week's episode of the Dugout. Unai Emery has replaced Steve Gerrard at Villa, but how will he fare? Also, is Jesse Marsch a dead man walking at Leeds? As sacking season begins we preview the weekend's Premier League games and those tentative managerial positions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The GameDay Podcast has landed with Sam Matterface Alex Crook and Angelina KellyThis week; Can Jesse Marsch & his Leeds side summon the spirit of Nottingham Forest and beat Liverpool, Potter returns to Brighton, and will Ronaldo make a Premier League return? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jimbo's joined by Raphael Honigstein, Duncan Alexander and Colin Millar after a frantic midweek in the Champions League. Three Spanish sides are knocked out, with Barcelona forced to face the financial repercussions of group stage failure, while the climax to Atletico's draw with Leverkusen will live long in the memory. The Premier League weekend serves up potentially Jesse Marsch's last game at Leeds, as they head to Anfield. Graham Potter returns to the Amex with Chelsea. Can the Seagulls snatch their first win since Potter left? David Moyes is back at Old Trafford to face a Man United side who finally have team spirit and a plan. Plus Patrick Bamford is struggling, Darwin Nunez is fun and Ruben Amorim is hung over. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: A bad week for Spanish football (02.00) • PART 1b: Spurs Sporting VAR drama (11.00) • PART 2: Liverpool, Napoli, PSG and Benfica impress (17.00) • PART 3a: Brighton v Chelsea and Arsenal v Nottingham Forest previews (30.00) • PART 3b: Leicester v Man City and Liverpool v Leeds previews (35.00) • PART 4a: Newcastle v Aston Villa preview (47.00) • PART 4b: Man United v West Ham and the rest of the Premier League weekend (52.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Manchester City drew 0-0 with Dortmund in the Champions League last night, with Erling Haaland coming off with a knock and the Blues yet again missing a penalty. We look back at that, Chelsea's win at Salzburg, Liverpool's trip to Ajax and Conte asking for Spurs to sign yet more players. Plus we answer your questions regarding Jesse Marsch, new managers and the World Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The MLS conference finals are set. Alexi Lalas and David Mosse are here to dive into all the action over the weekend. El Trafico lived up to the hype while Austin, Philadelphia, and NYCFC rolled on. On the international front, Leeds United States has lost four games in a row. Is Jesse Marsch on the way out? A massive match against Liverpool looms this weekend. The guys then kick off their USMNT positional previews ahead of the World Cup roster drop on November 9th by starting up top with strikers and wingers. Will Gregg Berhalter take three or four strikers? We also cover jersey swap stories and the 2024 Olympics in our #AskAlexi segment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michael Bailey, JJ Bull and Jon Mackenzie are here to talk about some football. Newcastle United beat Spurs at the Tottenham stadium to boost their top four credentials. Chelsea and Man Utd played to a draw with last minute drama as their new managers start to settle in. At Elland Road, has Jesse Marsch's Red Bull revolution ground to a halt at Leeds? Managerless Aston Villa came alive by putting four past Brentford. Arsenal draw their first game of the season as a strong start is followed up a a resurgent Southampton taking a point at St Mary's. Nottingham Forest beat a Liverpool side who are clearly in a moment of uncomfortable transition. The Tifo football podcast is presented by Joe Devine and produced by Steve Hankey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tom Rennie and Brian Dunseth break down Dunny's trip to Montreal and travel issues in Detroit before pivoting to the biggest Premier League headlines, including Unai Emery's appointment at Aston Villa, more handball controversy involving West Ham, Bruno Guimaraes' incredible performance for Newcastle just days after the birth of his child, the pressure mounting on Jesse Marsch and Liverpool's loss to Nottingham Forest. Sorry Tim.Follow Tom Rennie & Brian Dunseth on Twitter and hear more from the guys on America's only soccer station, SiriusXM FC 157 - siriusxm.us/SiriusXMFC!
With less than a month until the 2022 World Cup the guys are checking in on our American's abroad and at home in MLS Cup Playoffs. Gio Reyna is finally healthy and looking like a force for Dortmund, Ricardo Pepi Scores again in the Dutch League and is making a strong case to be included in the USMNT squad and the battle for the final CB spot is ON. With many of the USMNTers out of MLS Cup Playoffs, does it matter that they won't have game time in the month leading up to Qatar? Finally, Jesse Marsch's Leeds is struggling to score goals - is his head on the chopping block if they can't get out of the relegation zone before the World Cup break? Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bestiessoccer Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebestsoccershow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebestsocce Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thebestsoccershow
On today's Weekend Review episode, it's just Graham and Taylor and they're bringing out their thumbs... to do some thumbs up/thumbs down reviewing of the weekend that was. There are rhymes, conversations about players who best use their backsides, appreciation for VAR, dislike of VAR, and much much more! Plus the biggest talking points from some of the weekend's biggest results, including Chelsea-Man United, Tottenham-Newcastle, and Nottingham Forest-Liverpool, and a lengthy conversation about Leeds United, where the clock seems to be ticking ever louder for Jesse Marsch. WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW! The TSS gang will be in New York City for a live show on Sunday, November 20th! We'll be talking World Cup, USMNT, and so much more... Check out this link for tickets and the rest of the details — Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... Artifact! Go to heyartifact.com and enter the code 'TSS20' at checkout to save $20 on your first Artifact! Mint Mobile! Head to MintMobile.com/TSS to cut your wireless bill to $15 a month! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo, Natalie Gedra, Tim Spiers and Daniel Storey bring you the calm after the storm of another Premier League weekend. Managerless Wolves are hammered by Leicester, on a day surrounded by Terry Connor vibes, and criticism of Scott Sellars subs. There's similar unrest at Leeds towards Jesse Marsch and at Spurs towards Antonio Conte. But Newcastle are in the top 4 with Eddie showing he knows Howe to defend. Forest get back on track in spectacular fashion, as do Aston Villa. Dan Bardell tells us what Danks did that Gerrard didn't. Plus Iwobi, Casemiro and which game are the panel most bitter about? Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Liverpool (03.00) • PART 1b: Wolves 0-4 Leicester (11.00) • PART 1c: Leeds 2-3 Fulham (19.00) • PART 2a: Villa 4-0 Brentford with Dan Bardell (27.00) • PART 2b: Everton 3-0 Crystal Palace (33.00) • PART 3a: Spurs 1-2 Newcastle (36.00) • PART 3b: Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd (46.00) • PART 4: On This Day and what the top two got up to (50.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Robbie Earle & special guest Tim Howard react to Match Round 13 of the 2022-23 Premier League season discussing the following:(00:49) Casemiro saves Man United with a late goal at Stamford Bridge & what happens next for Cristiano Ronaldo(16:50) Newcastle show their European credentials against Tottenham(25:28) Erling Haaland scores a brace as Manchester City gain pace on Arsenal(29:59) Arsenal draw for the first time in the PL this season at Southampton(33:00) Nottingham Forest get a massive result at Liverpool's expense(38:06) Aston Villa impress after firing Steven Gerrard(41:23) Everton break their winless run by scoring 3 past Crystal Palace(42:33) Leicester City show character as they put on a performance at Wolves(44:53) Fulham puts pressure on Jesse Marsch and Leeds United
The FC crew recap Tottenham's loss to Newcastle and ask whether Antonio Conte's tactics have lost their impact against the top sides in the Premier League. Plus, Arsenal showcase another shaky performance in a draw to Southampton, Barcelona attack in full force against Athletic Club, Jesse Marsch's Leeds drop into the relegation zone and Napoli win a crucial game against Roma. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What a Sunday of Premier League football. Aaron Paul is joined by former Southampton defender Francis Benali, Aston Villa defender and Scotland captain Rachel Corsie and Luke Edwards of The Daily Telegraph to go through some huge results at both ends of the table. Newcastle moved into the Champions League places after winning at Tottenham. Hear from Eddie Howe as the panel discuss how several players look reborn under the Newcastle boss. Could Callum Wilson be making a late charge to be on the plane to Qatar? Arsenal dropped points for only the second time this season as Southampton held Mikel Arteta's side at St Mary's. Does that ease the pressure on Ralph Hasenhuttl? At the bottom end of the table, Aston Villa ran rampant with a 4-0 win over Brentford. Three goals in 15minutes was a huge statement after the sacking of Steven Gerrard this week. Brentford meanwhile, were 'shambolic' according to their striker Ivan Toney. The pressure continues to build on Jesse Marsch as Leeds lost 2-3 to Fulham at Elland Road. We ask if the Leeds boss could be the next victim of 'sacking season'. But, one man who looks to have eased the pressure on himself is Brendan Rodgers, winning by four goals at Molineux. However, what next for Wolves? One member of the panel predicts there is no way back for them. TOPICS 1'00 Eddie Howe interview 5'00 Was it a foul? Lloris v Wilson 17'40 Southampton 1-1 Arsenal with Ralph Hasenhuttl interview 24'00 Aston Villa 4-0 Brentford with Aaron Danks interview 26'30 Danny Ings interview 31'00 Ivan Toney interview 36'00 Leeds and Jesse Marsch interview 42'00 Sacking season 44'40 Wolves 0-4 Leicester with Brendan Rodgers and Steve Davis interviews
Jack & Dan take a look back at Fulham's thumping 3-0 win over Aston Villa at the Cottage that saw Stevie G slip to his demise as Villains manager, ruminating on a very impressive performance from Marco Silva's men that once again saw spirits soar in black and white. Then we turn our attention to Leeds at Elland Road this weekend, with another misfiring manager on the brink in the Cottagers' crosshairs - can we pile the misery on Jesse Marsch after Leeds fell to defeat at Leicester in midweek? And finally, there's a stack of your questions, which we work our way through in Part Three! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices