Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring and Lionel Messi hit a brace, but Paris Saint-Germain looked far from convincing on Tuesday night, while Jurgen Klopp's men took three points from a 5-goal thriller at the home of Atletico Madrid. Luis Miguel Echegaray and Heath Pearce, along with a revolving cast of characters, analyze a barnstormer start to matchday 3 of the Champions League season. PSG edge Jesse Marsch's Leipzig (2:16) / Christina Unkel on the refereeing decisions that cost Atletico Madrid (11:11) / Jonathan Johnson's eye-witness account from the Parc des Princes (19:11) / Ajax run riot over Dortmund (28:51) / Real Madrid sink Shakhtar in five-goal shutout (31:30) / Sheriff's brought back to earth (36:30) / Milan still on zero points (39:31) / Man City make it look too easy in Bruges (41:30) Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn discuss: - Barcelona vs Valencia - Ansu Fati's performance and some crazy stats - The fear factor that Messi had as a 17-year old - When dynamic of Memphis Depay and Ansu playing together - Should Barca fans be worried about losing Ansu? - Explaining the Karim Benzema Balon D'or propaganda machine - And a ton more. Did you enjoy these Churros? Get a more raw version every Friday over on Patreon.com/ChurrosyTacticas
Jimbo is joined by Daniel Storey, Adrian Clarke and Sasha Goryunov after another stellar Premier League weekend. Newcastle's new era begins in dismal fashion with defeat at home to Spurs. There may be big things to come in their future but is this current crop of players and manager doomed to relegation? West Ham are winners at Everton with everyone else starting to realise how good Declan Rice is. But nobody's in any doubt that Mo Salah is operating on a Messi level right now as Liverpool hammer clueless Watford. Solskjaer is under more pressure as Man United lose at Leicester. James Horncastle tells us about the threat posed by Atalanta in the Champions League this week. Plus angry goalkeepers, the wimpiest effort on goal and one of the most ill-disciplined players of his generation. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham (03m 30s) • PART 1b: Everton 0-1 West Ham (14m 30s) • PART 2a: Watford 0-5 Liverpool (19m 00s) • PART 2b: Brentford 0-1 Chelsea & Man City 2-0 Burnley (29m 00s) • PART 3: Leicester 4-2 Man Utd with James Horncastle (39m 00s) • PART 4: Angry goalkeepers and the rest of the Premier League weekend (50m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (63m 00s) • PART 6: Spartak Moscow and Elton John (65m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robbie and Andy join Matt to look at Marseille's win over Lorient and ponder just how far OM can go with Jorge Sampaoli's all-action style❓ PSG needed a brilliant Kylian Mbappé
Neue Folge von REIF IST LIVE! Kommentator-Legende Marcel Reif erklärt, warum Haaland so gut ist und was junge Fußballer von ihm lernen können. Er äußert sich zu den Über-Bayern, den Herbst-Blues der Leverkusener und schwelgt mit Moderadort Carli Underberg über alte Torhüter, die zu Torjägern wurden.
In-depth analysis of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United is conducted and reasons as to why I don't think he'll be at the club come the start of the 21/22 season are discussed. Tuchel's Chelsea performance against Brentford along with the Mo Salah vs Lionel Messi debate is also discussed!
Ben Haines is joined by former Hull City and Macclesfield midfielder Alex Bruce and The Telegraph's North East Correspondent Luke Edwards to look at Saturday's action, which included a stunning Mo Salah performance and a big win for Leicester City, who in the process ended Manchester United's unbeaten away record. Hear from Jurgen Klopp and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. And as Steve Bruce approaches his 1000th managerial match, we ask whether he deserves a chance the be at the helm as Newcastle enter a new era, post the Saudi takeover. Alex gives us an insight into how the week has been for his dad, the media speculation on his future and how it has impacted the whole family. Plus, hear what Alan Shearer makes of the takeover, what he thinks the fans really want and why he told Steve Bruce to never take the Newcastle job. TOPICS: 1'00 Goal of the day 3'10 Jurgen Klopp interview 4'20 Mo Salah's Liverpool contract 9'30 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer interview 11'30 'Sloppy' Manchester United and the mounting pressure 17'30 Praise for Brendan Rodgers 18'30 Saturday's other scores 19'20 The latest supercomputer predictor 22'00 Alan Shearer interview 30'00 Alex Bruce on his Dad - Steve Bruce
Welcome back Benchwarmers to an EXCITING episode where the @eplboyspodcast join the bench and give us their weekend predictions and what Liverpool and Manchester United must meet to be an acceptable season! Come share your voice!FOLLOW USTwitter - https://twitter.com/BenchWarmersFC1Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/BenchWarmersFC1Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BenchWarmersFC1TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/benchwarmersfc1Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/benchwarmersfcSUBSCRIBEYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFn-JDHSEfwl9h4gpihadLwEMAIL USEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/Benched)
En este nuevo episodio charlamos con el director deportivo del primer proyecto futbolístico en Europa que tendrá River Plate. Además, te podrás enterar de la petición de Simeone a Luis Suárez para intentar fichar a Messi para el Atlético de Madrid, la nueva acción de CONMEBOL y UEFA que acerca posturas a la FIFA y puede facilitar la realización del Mundial cada 2 años y lo que hay detrás de las palabras de Neymar sobre su retiro tras Catar 2022.
The BarcaBreakdown discuss the news of Pedri's contract renewal, and over 1 billion euro trade clause, as the international break comes to an end. As a Ballon D'oR 30 man shortlist member and Golden Boy of the Euros, Pedri is an integral part of the FC Barcelona rebuild in the post-Messi era. We are extremely excited Laporta and the board were able to renew Pedri for 5 years. Next on the list are the renewals of Ansu Fati and Dembele. Both players have contracts ending in June 2022 and it is imperative we re-sign them now or we will be forced to offload them in the winter as they cannot leave for free next summer. Dembele is also supposed to be back for the team in the next 1-2 games, which is a great sign for Koeman. Our team so far this year has lacked width and speed, two aspects which Dembele will certainly help us with. We hope to see Fati, Dembele, and Depay all connect soon as goal scoring has been tough for Barca so far this season, especially being shut out at Bayern and Benfica. We also discuss Gavi! The new young superstar who really impressed during the Nations League tournament while playing for Spain. Luis Enrique had high praises for Gavi, in a very similar manner to those we heard about Pedri in the summer. With Gavi, Pedri, Frenkie De Jong, Barca have a strong core of young midfielders that should help us grow in the coming seasons. We certainly need Koeman, or whoever our new manager is, to be able to continue to help these young midfielders grow so Barca can compete for La Liga, the Copa, and Champions League in the next decade. Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
It's a Continental Club takeover this week on the podcast as Dougie Critchley and Michael McCubbin join Henry Hill for a slightly different episode. With the Ballon D'or 2021 nominations being released, the trio take a look at the award since 2008, when Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo began their duopoly. If this pair didn't exist, who would have won each year instead? A lot of talk about Andres Iniesta and Xavi, naturally, but also fond memories of Manuel Neuer, Franck Ribery and Wesley Sneijder come up. Has Neymar deserved one on merit in the last few years, and how the hell did Luis Suarez not win it that one year? It's a great chat.
Eli Patiño y Katia Castorena, con la aparición especial de Rafa Ramos, analizan los candidatos al premio al mejor futbolista del mundo, el Balón de Oro 2021, que premia la calidad individual, junto a los logros colectivos. ¿Tendrán lo suficiente Messi o Ronaldo para reclamar de nuevo el galardón, o se le hará justicia a algún otro como Lewandowski, Benzemá o Jorginho?
Con Bruno Alemany repasamos las opciones de España para clasificarse al Mundial 2022 tras la victoria de Suecia ante Grecia y cómo queda el Grupo B. Alfredo Relaño, único periodista español que vota para el Balón de Oro, explica los criterios a tener en cuenta y Gustavo López y Pedja Mijatovic defienden a Messi y Benzema. Charla con Unai Emery y Rodri Sánchez, jugador del Betis que ha debutado con la Sub21, y su padre. La historia de Raúl Ruiz y última hora del incidente de Jesé y su pareja Aurah Ruiz.
Tomás Relaño, Pedja Mijatovic y Gustavo López analizan los candidatos a ganar el Balón de Oro de 2021.
The BarcaBreakdown discuss the 30 man short list for the Ballon D'oR, as Lionel Messi looks clear to pick up his 7th golden ball this winter. Unfortunately, only 1 FC Barcelona player appeared on the list, which was the Golden Boy of the Euros, Pedri! We discuss the likely top 3 for the award, along with the lack of FC Barcelona players and those who we believe should be on the list like Frenkie De Jong and Memphis Depay. The BarcaBreakdown discuss what is stopping Lionel Messi from winning the 2021 Ballon D'Or. Answer: NOTHING! After being the top scorer, assister, best player, and CHAMPION of the 2021 Copa America, Lionel Messi looks clear to take home his 7th Ballon D'or to the Camp Nou and FC Barcelona/Argentina fans. As ESPNFC covered earlier this summer, nothing will stop Messi due to his outrageous 2021 and finally breaking the curse and winning an international title for Argentina. We discuss the possible reasons Messi may not win. For one, Robert Lewandowski should rightfully have on the 2020 award. We worry he may get some votes as compensation for the fact that France Football not awarding the Ballon d'Or in 2020. We also think voter fatigue might set in, so that some may not want to keep giving Messi the same award year after year. Jorginho also has a case, as he was the winner of the Champions League with Chelsea, and the Euros with Italy. N'golo Kante also won with Chelsea and was a favorite, but France's poor performance at the Euros leave his hopes in major doubt. Karim Benzema has also made a name for himself for the Ballon D'oR this year with his wonderful play for Real Madrid and France Overall, we think Messi should walk away easy with the award. Captain, Copa America Champion, Copa Del Rey Champion, and undoubtedly the best player of 2021 (and of all time). Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
Episodio #31 temporada 2. Resumen de lo que han sido las dos fechas de esta semana en las eliminatorias Sudamericanas y nuestras predicciones sobre lo que será la tercera fecha. Podrá Colombia ganarle a Ecuador? Quienes serán los titulares del partido del jueves?Tambien hablamos de los Playoffs de la MLB y de la gran victoria de Pagacar en Lombardia
The FC crew discuss where it all went wrong for the USMNT in Panama and how much blame should Gregg Berhalter take. Germany are the first European team to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Plus, should Lionel Messi win the 2021 Ballon d'Or?
Sam, Rik and Toni discuss why Luis Enrique can make a team with so many Barcelona players look so much better than Barcelona. That's what he's done in 2021 with Spain, making good use of Eric Garcia, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, Pedri and now Gavi. Busquets and Gavi were particularly good this past week in the UEFA Nations League. Joan Laporta's latest Lionel Messi comments are also analysed, along with some contract updates and an interview with Sudesh Baniya on Xavi Hernandez.Sudesh is a journalism student who is currently studying in Qatar and has been able to keep a keen eye on Al Sadd and, more importantly, Xavi's coaching career. You can follow him on Twitter here and the full interview is available on Patreon. Running order:-- Spain's perform in Nations League -- Luis Enrique vs. Ronald Koeman-- Sergio Busquets delivering -- Should Messi play for free? -- Ansu, Pedri, Gavi contracts -- Dembele to stay or go? -- Xavi interview with Sudesh -- How's the ex-Barca man doing?
We're in the thick of the international break and if you're like me, you're counting down the days until Paris Saint-Germain is back in action. Luckily, we have something to help you get through the next few days. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Guillaume Delaporte and Ty Taylor to discuss the fallout of Kylian Mbappé's interviews with RMC Sport and L'Equipe. There's also the interview Mbappé's mother gave to Le Parisien that seemed to contradict some of what the PSG star said. Up first, we dive into the comments from Mbappé, which are nicely summarized by Sporting News. We learned that the player did ask to leave PSG and that the only club he has eyes for is Real Madrid. Guillaume and Ty give their thoughts on the situation and hypothesize how Mbappé's comments might have been received by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, PSG's president, and Leonardo, PSG's sporting director. The Mbappé contract saga has been lingering for at least a year, if not longer, and his comments cleared up a lot of confusion supporters have regarding timing and what has really been offered to him. He also confirmed he said some not-so-nice things about Neymar Jr., which we also discuss. Looking ahead though, the footballing world is still unsure of what Mbappé will do, and his mother only complicated things late last week. In an interview with Le Parisien, Fayza Lamari told the publication (via ESPN) that "we are talking right now with PSG and all is well. I spoke last night with Leonardo. Will we reach a solution? One thing is clear. [Mbappé] is going to give everything until the end to win the UEFA Champions League." As we discuss on the show, Mbappé's decision will likely come down to PSG's performance this season and also Real Madrid's. If the France international clicks with Neymar and Lionel Messi and PSG win the Champions League, he may extend for another two years. If the super team implodes and Real Madrid looks like the better project, Mbappé will likely bolt on a free transfer next summer. We conclude the Mbappé segment by putting a percentage on whether he will sign an extension with PSG and whether the supporters will boo him at the Parc des Princes. Getting away from the Mbappé drama for a second, there was some monumental news in the world of football. Newcastle United FC has new owners! Much like PSG with Qatar Sports Investments, Newcastle will be majority-owned by an investment fund (Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, or PIF). How will this change the landscape of football and should PSG be worried about competition from Newcastle in the transfer market? As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. We're also on Discord! Come join PSG fans from around the world and have your opinion heard. Support this podcast
In this episode of The Soccer Scoreboard Show I will be discussing the issues going down in the NWSL, as well as a teenage kid scoring as many goals as Messi and Ronaldo!! Finally we'll look at what's going down in the World Cup Qualifiers!
O El Rondo #62 chega para falar sobre os jogadores de La Liga presentes na lista da France Football para o Ballon D'Or. A começar pelo troféu Kopa, de melhor jovem, onde Pedri é o grande favorito. Na taça Lev Yashin, temos Oblak e Courtois brigando pelo primeiro lugar. Por fim, ainda temos Karim Benzema, Luis Suárez, Pedri, Gerard Moreno e Messi, pela temporada no Barça, concorrendo ao melhor do mundo. Quem será que leva? Falamos sobre a temporada de cada um. Por fim, e não menos importante, o vice na Nations League para a Espanha de Luis Enrique. O processo de amadurecimento dos jovens, o trabalho de estratégia do técnico, a aposta em Gavi, a busca por um zagueiro mais confiável e muito mais. Artes: Filipe Borin Edição: Bruno Abichéquer Assine o Footure Club e tenha descontos em nossa loja e cursos: https://club.footure.com.br/ #PenseOJogo
The FC Crew discuss Barcelona President Joan Laporta's comments saying he hoped Messi would play for free to stay with the club. Plus the guys break down a wild game in Glasgow between Scotland and Israel and review the best cases for who should win the Ballon d'or
The BarcaBreakdown discuss Joan Laporta's comments ahead of Messi's France Football interview. Laporta had hoped Messi would somehow offer to play for free. This has seemed to blow up in the media as a crazy possibility that could never happen for several reasons. First off legal issues would not allow for a player to play for free in La Liga. Furthermore, Messi had already offered to take a 50% pay reduction to meet the needs of the team. Unfortunately, many senior players on the team have high wage contracts and long in duration. This all stems from Bartomeu's awful financial decisions which had led to a reduction from 300 million euros to a low budget of 97 million euros. While the financial situation was unfortunate for Laporta, he must have been aware of the intricacies of FC Barcelona's financial situation. Despite this, Laporta had promised to sign Messi in his presidential campaign and had elicited that the Messi negotiations were going well. Not until the final moment when Messi returned from his vacation did Laporta say it wasn't possible to sign him. Laporta's story does not seem to fit a real timeline. A politician's game is being played to shift the blame off of Laporta and onto Messi. This came in the form of Laporta saying he had hoped Messi would play for free. Unfortunately, FC Barcelona are in a tough situation. Although we need a leader and someone to spur confidence in our ability to bounce back. We do not have high hope that Barca will be able to prevail in La Liga and the Champions League with Laporta reiterating his confidence in Koeman being the right man for the job. In the most positive news, Dembele seems like he will make an appearance in the coming games in October (Valencia, Dynamo Kiev, and El Clasico-Real Madrid). Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
In today's episode we go over the recent news of a possible reprint of Messi's 2004 este sticker. Is it completely true? What do we know so far? Recent Champions League matches Las Vegas Card show coming Check out our website for details on our bulk psa submission and more. www.sundayleagueinvestors.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sundayleagueinvestors/support
On episode 294, Dan is joined by Toni Juanmartí of Siempre Positivo to discuss Gavi's performance against Italy and how he keeps pushing the boundaries of our expectations for him. They talk the frustration of Spain's style compared to Barça, what kept Koeman around, Joan Laporta's latest Messi comments, and much more! Running Order: Is Gavi a Barça starter now? What's the difference between Barça and Spain? Does Barça actually have money to spend in January? Why is Laporta bringing up Messi again? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aston Villa supporters went into the trip to Spurs with a sense of optimism, certainly there was a disappointment to lose the game 2-1, as opportunity knocked for at least a point. With Leon Bailey expected back after the international break and Emi Buendia perhaps needing to start, what happens next for Dean Smith's side?As well as the latest Villa news and a look back at the issues rising from the Spurs game, the Three Points covers the impact of the fuel crisis on non-league football and Watford's latest manager in their circus, while Messi gets some Media Muppet treatment.This episode of the My Old Man Said podcast is brought to you by Freetrade, the commission-free investing app. Get yourself a free share on MOMS, check out - freetrade.io/moms . Capital is at risk.UTVGET THE EXCLUSIVE MOMS PATRON PODCAST CHANNEL and JOIN MATCH CLUBIf you want extra podcast shows during the month and to join Match Club, please do support the show by becoming a MOMS Patron.For more details and to become a Patron, click here: Become a MOMS PatronFollow the show on Twitter at @myoldmansaid and join the show's listener facebook group The Mad Few.T-Shirt, Mugs & Merch Listeners can now buy a MOMS Podcast T-shirt or mug to show their support of the show and look cool, check out the MOMS SHOP to buy.Credits: David Michael - @oldmansaidChris Budd - @BUDD_musicPhillip Shaw - @prsgameMy Old Man Said - https://www.myoldmansaid.comEditor/Producer - David Michael See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In part two of my fascinating conversation with Michael Laudrup, we continue talking about Swansea's 2013 League Cup triumph. They won the final against Bradford 5-0 but Michael never liked humiliating teams or individuals.We hear about a masterclass dealt out in Naples by one Diego Armando Maradona when Michael was playing for Juventus. Michael also explains his philosophy of a happy retirement and why he thinks we are asking too much of our modern footballers.Subscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episodio para hablar y predecir los resultados de la próxima fecha de eliminatorias en conmebol. Podrá Colombia mantener su quinto lugar ? ascenderá o descendera en la tabla ?se mantendrá la empatitis en esta eliminatoria?
Beaten 3-0 by Bayern Munich & Benfica in the Champions League and defeated by Atletico Madrid in La Liga at the weekend, Suj & James attempt to conclude if Barcelona are at their lowest ebb, or could the situation get worse yet? Discussion on the Podcast includes Barca's dire financial situation, what could reverse the problem, the loss of superstar Lionel Messi, the failed attempts to make money during the transfer window, bizarre signings, La Liga's strict wage cap and why Ronald Koeman is still manager... Join our Planet FPL mini league, the winner will be invited on to a Planet FPL Podcast next summer! The code is d7mmxw or you can auto join at the link below https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/d7mmxw Coming up on Planet FPL on Wednesday - Planet SkyFF s3 ep9 with all the latest for Sky Fantasy Football ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
If you thought things were bad at Paris Saint-Germain following the loss to Stade Rennais last weekend, well, Kylian Mbappé dropped a bomb on his way out the door for international duty. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by James Teague to discuss Mbappé's interview with RMC Sport and L'Equipe in which he confirms he did ask to leave PSG and so much more. Up first, James and I give our initial reaction to the interview and our take on the revelation that Mbappé asked to leave for Real Madrid at the end of July. Why did he wait until there was a month left in the transfer window and why did he choose now to do an interview? Should PSG have sold Mbappé last summer when there was no progress on his contract extension? The conversation continues with us discussing whether Mbappé is using the media to change the narrative around his contract situation. Having already been jeered at the Parc des Princes this season by PSG fans, Mbappé appears desperate to come across as he tried everything to help his hometown club even as he lines up a move to Madrid. Regarding the interview with L'Equipe, Mbappé continued to burn bridges at PSG. He admitted to calling Neymar Jr. a "tramp" for not passing him the ball. He also expressed concern over comments made by club president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who said that he wouldn't let Mbappé leave on a free transfer. Overall, he painted the picture that PSG is a prison and showed other potential transfer targets that if they sign a long-term contract with the capital club, they better be prepared to see out the entire deal. In typical Mbappé fashion, he left the door open ever so slightly for potentially remaining at PSG—even though we all know that's a lie but again, Mbappé doesn't want to tarnish his image. "If I was told that [Lionel] Messi was going to play at PSG, I wouldn't have believed it," Mbappé told L'Equipe. "So you never know what's going to happen." So, what does this all mean? We conclude the show by debating whether or not Mbappé could be sent to Real Madrid in January when the transfer window opens, or if PSG would send him to the reserves since he can't control his emotions when a teammate doesn't pass him the ball when he feels they should. One thing we know for sure is, PSG didn't sanction these interviews. Mbappé went rogue and created drama at a time when it really isn't needed. Just last week, PSG defeated Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League, and instead of talking about that or what Mauricio Pochettino needs to do to maximize the squad's potential, we're talking about Mbappé drama. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. We're also on Discord! Come join PSG fans from around the world and have your opinion heard. Support this podcast
Jimbo is joined once again by Raphael Honigstein, James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens after a weekend where Europe's big guns all taste defeat. PSG are beaten for the first time this season at Rennes, as Neymar gets a 2/10 from L'Equipe. Meanwhile Bayern Munich play much better but miss a host of chances in defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt. Real Madrid lose at Espanyol while Barcelona are beaten yet again at Atletico. Messi's gone and so have the goals. But will Joan Laporta sack a manager mid-season for the first time in his career? Napoli make it 7 wins out of 7 in Serie A as they dare to dream of a title challenge. The same is true of Milan who are enjoying their best start since 2003. Jules pays tribute to Bernard Tapie, former president of Champions League winning Marseille. And we look ahead to, and try and build up some hype for, the Nations League Finals. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the week (02m 00s) • PART 2: Real, Barca, Bayern and PSG all lose (05m 00s) • PART 3: Ligue 1 – a tribute to Tapie (22m 00s) • PART 4: Bundesliga – the varying fortunes of Leverkusen and Leipzig (34m 00s) • PART 5: Serie A update – Napoli win 7 out of 7 (40m 00s) • PART 6: Nations League Finals preview (53m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two of the Premier League title favourites face off on Sunday in what should be a huge battle between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. So Matt Addison is joined by Man City fan brand writer for the Manchester Evening News, Alex Brotherton, to preview the game and get the lowdown on Pep Guardiola's side and their form heading into the clash, having beaten Chelsea last weekend and then lost 2-0 to Lionel Messi and PSG in midweek. On the agenda are Jack Grealish, the failed pursuit of Harry Kane this summer, Raheem Sterling's struggles, Gabriel Jesus' new position, Bernardo Silva's form, Guardiola's dig at his own fans, and much more. Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Christian and Alexis are back from their European excursion having conquered Paris and London. Christian is making his way through the American southwest but that can't stop us from talking Champions League, Sheriff, Messi, United, as well as talking to the Sheriff of NBA locker rooms, the greatest Cuban basketball player ever, Gilbert Arenas.
When Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, admitted that he didn't know how he was going to stop Paris Saint-Germain's front three of Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi, and Neymar Jr., many dismissed the comment, but as it turns out, he was right. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by James Ridge from the PSG Unrestricted podcast to discuss PSG's 2-0 win over Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League. If you're a PSG supporter, you know it's difficult to find insightful commentary, in English, about PSG, so make sure to give them a follow and subscribe to their podcast. We begin this episode with James sharing his overall thoughts on the win that wasn't as convincing as the scoreline might indicate. PSG was put under pressure by City for most of the night, but as James states, it was a real statement of intent for what is to come throughout the rest of the season. Next, we highlight the midfield trio of Idrissa Gueye, Ander Herrera, and Marco Verratti. They were instrumental in the performance and without their defensive determination, City could have gone on to win this match. Gueye stood out especially with a goal in the eighth minute, but later in the first half, he was on the receiving end of a reckless challenge from Kevin De Bruyne. The City star only received a yellow card for the tackle but we discuss whether he should have been sent off immediately. Moving on from the midfield, we address the performance of PSG's three superstars: Mbappé, Messi, and Neymar. While Messi did score his first goal since arriving from FC Barcelona, the performance from MNM didn't live up to expectations. What changes does Mauricio Pochettino need to make to unlock their potential? Later in the show, we praise PSG's defense, which stood strong against City's waves of attacks, and debate whether or not Gianluigi Donnarumma has won the starting goalkeeper role over Keylor Navas. We wrap up the show by having a laugh at our La Liga friends who had a difficult week in the Champions League and I ask James about how he became a PSG fan and if he's seeing more PSG kits in England. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. We're also on Discord! Come join PSG fans from around the world and have your opinion heard. Support this podcast
Hubo un Messi que no conocía la selección argentina. Hubo un Manchester City que no era un gran club. Pablo Zabaleta nos acerca a esa historia, en este nuevo episodio de Nos Ponemos Las Pilas con Fernando Palomo.
Jimbo, Duncan Alexander, Tom Williams and Adam Crafton react to another enthralling midweek in the Champions League. It's a last-gasp, lucky victory for Man United against Villarreal, saved by De Gea and Ronaldo again. With so many star names to try and accommodate, is Paul Pogba the piece that doesn't fit? Man City are beaten in Paris where Lionel Messi, like Ronaldo, doesn't do anything until he does something decisive. Has Pochettino found a blueprint for success at PSG? Chelsea lose again, this time to Juventus. Can Thomas Tuchel afford to be without Mount AND Kante? And Sasha Goryunov fills us in on one of the biggest shocks of all time – Sheriff's win at the Bernabeu. Liverpool take on Man City in a state of the nation type Premier League showdown this weekend. We take the opportunity to pay tribute to the ageless James Milner. Plus Kick-Off 2 inspired VAR and the story of Viv Nicholson winning millions on the pools. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Man Utd 2-1 Villarreal (03m 30s) • PART 2a: PSG 2-0 Man City (12m 00s) • PART 2b: Juventus 1-0 Chelsea (21m 00s) • PART 3a: Real Madrid 1-2 Sheriff with Sasha Goryunov (27m 00s) • PART 3b: Barca battered, Bayern batter (34m 00s) • PART 4a: Liverpool v Man City preview (41m 00s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (48m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (58m 00s) • PART 6: On This Day – Viv Nicholson wins big on the pools (60m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson are joined by Sid Lowe to discuss Barcelona's disastrous 3-0 defeat against Benfica in the Champions League, and ask why Ronald Koeman took Gerard Pique off after 33 minutes? The guys also review the rest of the Champions League results, including Lionel Messi's first goal for Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid's 2-1 defeat against the Moldovan minnows, Sheriff Tiraspol, and Juventus' crucial 1-0 win against Chelsea.
Ryan, Graham, and Joe are back discussing the Champions League - and what a slate of midweek games it was! We chatted about PSG's win over Manchester City, Sheriff Tiraspol's historic victory at Real Madrid, AC Milan's misfortune against Atlético Madrid, and much, much, much more. Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... The NBA! This episode is sponsored by the NBA and their quest to advance the game of basketball, grow the community, and impact culture. That's the NBA. That's Game! Helix Sleep! Get up to $200 off all mattress orders and two free pillows by going to HelixSleep.com/TSS. DirecTV! DIRECTV STREAM brings your live TV and on demand favorites together like never before. Visit directv.com to learn more! CrowdHealth! Get both your first month of CrowdHealth and their fitness wearable for free by going to JoinCrowdHealth.com/fit and entering code TSS. SeatGeek! You can get $20 off tickets at SeatGeek by using code TSS on the SeatGeek app or SeatGeek.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe recap the 2nd round of results in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage discussing the following:(0:45) Manchester United's dramatic win over Villarreal thanks to a late winner from Cristiano Ronaldo(10:35) Paris Saint-Germain's 2-0 win over Manchester City punctuated by Lionel Messi's world class finish(23:05) Chelsea's 2nd straight defeat after falling 1-0 to Juventus in Turin(31:10) Liverpool hammering Porto 5-1 at Estadio Dragao thanks to impressive performances from Curtis Jones & Mohamed Salah(38:50) Shocking defeats from Real Madrid and Barcelona to Sheriff and Benfica(42:30) A preview of Sunday's big match: Liverpool v. Manchester City(46:35) Remembering Roger Hunt(49:15) And a quick word on Brighton's bright start before Saturday's tough match against Arsenal
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Mark Langdon and Philippe Auclair to review Tuesday's Champions League ties and pay tribute to Roger Hunt. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
The combined squads on show at the Parc des Princes: €2bn. Real Madrid losing at home to a team from an unrecognised breakaway state in their maiden Champions League season: priceless.Jules, Jim and Vish recap the first night of matchweek two, with Pep delighted by Lionel Messi's wondergoal and Liverpool putting Porto to the sword yet again. We also solve some more listener dilemmas and get a long-overdue water pistol update!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kelly Cates is joined by Michael Brown, Sylvain Distin and John Murray to reflect on Manchester City's 2-0 defeat at Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League group stage. They discuss what City lacked after dominating possession and having more shots on target - and whether PSG were that convincing despite winning the match. We hear what Pep Guardiola made of his team's performance, before Julien Laurens joins us to discuss what Lionel Messi's first goal will mean to him and the fans and how the front three of Mbappe, Neymar and Messi are allowed to play with such freedom. Alistair Bruce-Ball rounds up another big win for Liverpool as they thrashed Porto 5-1 and tells us what injury issues Jurgen Klopp is facing ahead of Sunday's visit of Man City. John Bennett drops by to tell us about the other big results in the Champions League – including a shock last-minute win for Moldovan side Sheriff against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. And we reflect on the passing of Liverpool's record league goalscorer and England World Cup winner, Roger Hunt, who has died at the age of 83. Former Liverpool defender and assistant Phil Thompson shares his memories of his idol and friend - describing what his success meant for the club and its fans. TOPICS 00.27 - John Murray summary of game 01.20 - Reaction with Michael Brown and Sylvain 06.30 - Pep Guardiola post-match reaction 12.26 - Julien Laurens on Messi's first goal 18.27 - Alistair Bruce-Ball on Liverpool's win at Porto 20.35 - John Bennett rounds up rest of the main Champions League headlines 25.37 - Phil Thompson on passing of Roger Hunt
The FC crew discuss PSG's 2-0 win against Manchester City highlighted by Lionel Messi scoring his first goal for the club. And does this prove that Pep Guardiola's side needs a striker? Is it time to worry for Real Madrid after their shocking loss at home to Sheriff Tiraspol? Plus, AC Milan hands Atletico Madrid a dramatic comeback victory.