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Paris Saint-Germain finally has its most complete squad of the Qatar Sports Investments era, but supporters will have to wait to see how all of the pieces come together because it's international break time! Luckily, we have just the thing to pass the time. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Ty Taylor, Matt Gooding, and later in the show, Carl-Oscar Källström joins all the way from the Swedish wilderness. The panel of esteemed PSG experts shares their thoughts on the Kylian Mbappé transfer saga, the arrival of Nuno Mendes, missing out on Eduardo Camavinga, and potential formations Mauricio Pochettino could deploy this season. Up first though, it's all about Mbappé for the first half of the show. With Real Madrid rumored to have offered €200 million for the 22-year-old who will be out of contract at the end of the season, we're left to wonder if this was all a waste of time and a PR exercise from Los Blancos. We also debate whether PSG can convince Mbappé to sign an extension or if they'll regret not accepting an offer for their most prized asset. We also spend a few minutes discussing PSG's new left-back, Mendes, from Sporting CP. While we admittedly know very little about him as a player, the highlights on YouTube have us very excited. One player who didn't arrive in Paris was Eduardo Camavinga from Stade Rennais. The 18-year-old midfielder made the move to Real Madrid and we discuss why PSG didn't push harder for one of the most promising youngsters in world football. We wrap up the show by discussing the optimal formation for PSG this season with everyone agreeing that three-at-the-back is the way to go. We also answer a few questions sent in via the PSG Talk Discord server, including why Real Madrid fans are so awful. 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
A 'committed' Harry Kane bags a brace in his first start for Spurs this season after brushing aside Pacos De Ferreira in the Europa League Conference, Wayne Rooney doesn't write off his old teammate Cristiano Ronaldo joining Manchester City and former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon explains why Los Blancos will sign PSG's Kylian Mbappe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga betting tips and predictions for the 2021/22 season from Oddspedia. We've got the best betting picks and insight ahead of the new La Liga season, starting with Matchday 1 in Spain. We start our La Liga betting preview of 2021/22 with a decent game as Valencia take on Getafe at the Mestalla. this game looks finely balanced but the hosts are marginal favourites in the curtain raiser for the Liga season on Friday night. Espanol are back in Spain's top-flight after achieving promotion from the Segunda following a 1-year absence. Their pre-season has not been very good and their first encounter in the Primera Division will be against Osasuna. Both Cadiz and Levante will be happy to repeat last year's performances as Cadiz remained in the division following a great debut year, and Levante performed well in the first half of the season which kept them afloat. They meet on Matchday One. Another famous Spanish side returning to the top-flight are Mallorca. They begin their new venture against Real Betis. This will be an interesting campaign for the Andalusians, with them in their second year under Manuel Pellegrini. Real Madrid are the favourites for La Liga title in 21/22, it will also be Carlo Ancelotti's spell in charge of Los Blancos. Without Lionel Messi in the division, it's up to them to take the title tilt to their nearest city rivals Atletico. Current champions Atletico Madrid have been handed a tricky start to the new season as they travel north to Galicia to take on Celta Vigo, who are expected to perform much better than they did last year. Barcelona have obviously lost their talisman Lionel Messi but they've also lost Sergio Aguero owing to injury. They've brought in Memphis Depay and a couple of new faces, however, they may not actually be able to feature due to an ongoing issue with finances and registration between Barcelona and La Liga. Sevilla welcome back Rayo Vallecano to La Liga after a couple of seasons away. The posh club from Andalusia had a strong campaign last year after qualifying for the Champions League and will want to push on from here. The penultimate match of our La Liga betting preview sees Europa League holders Villarreal host Granada. This is Unai Emery's second season in charge of the Yellow Submarine and it will be interesting to see how they contend with (once again) playing on both the continental and domestic fronts. Our final game in our La Liga betting preview is Elche against Athletic Bilbao. The away opponents had a pretty horrible campaign last season after losing twe Copa del Rey finals in a space of about 2 weeks, but manager Marcelino has had a full summer now to focus on the new project, so it will be up to him to make improvements and positive changes to the squad. Here's the show: 00:00 La Liga Introduction 01:50 Valencia vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 05:35 Osasuna vs Espanyol betting tips and predictions 09:11 Cadiz vs Levante betting tips and predictions 12:16 Mallorca vs Real Betis betting tips and predictions 14:52 Alaves vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 19:38 Celta Vigo vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 21:53 Barcelona vs Real Sociedad betting tips and predictions 25:31 Sevilla vs Rayo Vallecano betting tips and predictions 28:00 Villareal vs Granada betting tips and predictions 30:24 Elche vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 33:00 La Liga ACCA of the Week
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga predictions & betting tips for 2021/22 season from Oddspedia. Subscribe to Oddspedia to never miss our La Liga predictions & betting previews! No Account at Novibet yet? Claim your £10 Free Bet directly: bit.ly/3i41Ttf The new Primera Division season is just around the corner. So Oddspedia are here to give you betting insight ahead of the season start for the outright winners, top-4 challengers, surprise packages and the battle for relegation. Atletico Madrid are the defending champions of the Spanish top-flight after stunning their rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid to pull off a sensational title lift. Diego Simeone's side stunned Barca and Los Blancos in the first half of the season last year by securing 50 points in just 19 games. They managed to hold on to this convincing lead by taking 36 points for the remainder of the season leading them to an unlikely Championship. It looks like it will be a three-horse race for the Liga title between Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, with the likes or Sevilla and Real Sociedad battling it out for fourth position and automatic qualification for the Champions League. The bookmakers have Barcelona and Real as the favourites, with odds around 2.5 and 3.0 Ronaldo Koeman's side have updated their attacking options with Sergio Aguero and Memphis Depay joining La Blaugrana. For Real, Zinedine Zidane left over the summer with Carlo Ancelotti coming in to replace the famous Frenchman. With Raphael Varane also leaving the Spanish capital to move to Manchester, there are question marks at both ends of the field in attack and in defence. Despite being the league champions, Atletico are third favourites for the title. Perhaps their second-half performance is their true level heading into the new season. There's also lots to wrap-up on the transfer front, with plenty of deals still yet to be confirmed before the season starts. With Espanyol and Majorca both returning to Spain's top-flight this season, there is an abundance of quality teams now in the Primera Division, meaning that the relegation fight is going to be tighter than ever. The likes of Alaves and Elche will have to be at their very best if they'r to remain in the division for another season, whilst Rayo Vallecano will also be tested across a long season in Spain. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 La Liga Outright betting tips and predictions 03:55 La Liga Winner Outright betting tips and predictions 17:49 La Liga Top-4 Outright betting tips and predictions 22:58 La Liga Surprise Package betting tips and predictions 24:18 La Liga Relegation Outright betting tips and predictions Please like this video, share and subscribe to our channel. Plus, make sure you don't miss any of Oddspedia's new content by clicking the notifications bell. Let's stay connected: Facebook | facebook.com/oddspedia Twitter | twitter.com/oddspedia Instagram | instagram.com/oddspedia Podcast | poti.fi/3hY12IG Head to http://oddspedia.com now! #LaLiga #Oddspedia #BettingTips
Juventus, Real Madrid, and Barcelona get a positive outcome from 17th Mercantile Court of Madrid but the battle for the super league is still going Proposals for a European Super League in association football consist of recurring attempts by individual teams or consortiums of association football clubs to advocate for the creation of an additional tier of European football outside of the traditional footballing pyramids of each national football association. Futbol Club Barcelona, commonly referred to as Barcelona and colloquially known as Barça, is a Spanish professional football club based in Barcelona, Spain, that competes in La Liga, the top flight of Spanish football. Juventus Football Club, colloquially known as Juventus and Juve, is a professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, that competes in the Serie A, the top tier of the Italian football league system. Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, commonly referred to as Real Madrid, is a Spanish professional football club based in Madrid. Founded on 6 March 1902 as Madrid Football Club, the club has traditionally worn a white home kit since inception. The Union of European Football Associations is the administrative body for football, futsal and beach soccer in Europe. It is one of six continental confederations of world football's governing body FIFA. UEFA consists of 55 national association members.
Masacre de Tulsa: qué ocurrió en la oculta matanza del "Wall Street negro", uno de los peores crímenes racistas en la historia de EE.UU. https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-internacional-53073126 • “La estadidad no es para los pobres, es para los blancos” • Ejemplo de los procesos de violencias que imponen la supremacía blanca • LeBron James produce un documental sobre la masacre de Tulsa Race de 1921 o https://seriesmaniacos.com/lebron-james-produce-un-documental-sobre-la-masacre-de-tulsa-race-de-1921/ • 100 años después, los líderes negros de la iglesia buscan reparación por la masacre de Tulsa (foto del avatar) o https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/es/2021/05/20/100-years-later-black-church-leaders-seek-reparations-for-tulsa-massacre/ Cámara rechaza nombramientos de Larry Seilhamer y Manuel Torres https://www.elvocero.com/gobierno/c-mara-rechaza-nombramientos-de-larry-seilhamer-y-manuel-torres/article_e08b9718-bdac-11eb-b318-5fd17345b138.html • Consecuencia de la lucha constitucional entre las dos ramas • Gobierno compartido como mandato • Razones válidas para rechazar a Seilhamer • Sila, García Padilla y Héctor Luis critican rechazo de la Cámara a Seilhamer o https://www.metro.pr/pr/noticias/2021/05/26/sila-garcia-padilla-y-hector-luis-critican-rechazo-de-la-camara-a-seilhamer.html o Visión conservadoras o Preocupación partidista o Llamado a gobernar desde las diferencias La Liga de Cooperativa se tira al medio en torno a la violencia de género en el país.
Alimentar las mentes más que los estómagos y romper con los microracismos cotidianos. Esas son las dos lecciones que nos da Ousman Umar en su último libro "Desde el País de los Blancos" en el que narra su experiencia y la creación de su ONG Nasco Feeding Minds. Cuenta que el paraíso está en los países africanos y no en Europa, hay que empoderar a los y las jóvenes para que se formen y saquen adelante a su pueblo y su tierra. Irene Desumbila nos recomienda lecturas en esa dirección como "¿Te puedo tocar el pelo?" de Laura Romero López, en el se habla de identidad y de violencias también cotidianas. Escuchamos la música de: Kojo Antwi- Densu; Mr.Eazi- Lento; Les Amazones d'Afrique+Rokia Koné-Queens; Jupiter&Okwess-Marco; Fally Ipupa-Likolo; Ferre Gola-Azakali Awa; Ofori Amposah- Otoolege. Escuchar audio
As the season draws to it's close, the transfer window looms large and there are certain players who will be literally itching to get themselves to pastures new, for a myriad of reasons: to win trophies, to get their careers back on track, to get themselves some actual playing time. We look at five of the biggest names who will likely be (or at the very least should be) angling for an exit this summer. From a £120m man in Blaugrana to an England captain to a former Los Blancos golden boy, there are big moves across the continent on the tip of everyone's tongue, and we take a look how likely they are to leave and where they should ideally be heading.Things we Love this week discusses the madness left in the Serie A season and why you should be glued to it, Edinson Cavani's contract extension at Manchester United and what it means for the club, and a potential first Primeira title for Sporting CP in Portugal for the best part of two decades. There's also some time for Jack's mourning over Fulham's relegation from the Premier League, Dean to award another Melon of the Week and Sam's Gibberish Rankings for Things That Should Be Easier To Do.It's Ranks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In his three seasons at Anfield, Fabinho has establishing himself as a crucial player for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp. So in this special podcast, Matt Addison tracks the progress of the Brazilian, getting the insight on his career so far and exploring how that has shaped the world-class midfielder he has become today. Starting in Brazil, with his youth and early senior career at Paulinia and then Fluminense, Matt speaks to Tiago Ferreira, who outlines why Fabinho left his homeland so early on, and how he left his former club with plenty of regrets. Then Real Madrid expert Scott Martin outlines why Los Blancos signed Fabinho on loan from Rio Ave, and how they made a huge error that has forced them into changing their youth policy. And finally, Rich Allen from Get French Football News outlines how Fabinho progressed at AS Monaco under Leonardo Jardim, alongside the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Bernardo Silva, becoming a big part of one of the most exciting, attacking teams of the modern era. Signed for £39m in the summer of 2018, Fabinho has been another Liverpool bargain, but the best could still be yet to come. Enjoy.Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCSign up for our Liverpool FC newsletters: https://data.reachplc.com/210734476470860Join our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
أبو زريق و أبو ڤكتور يعودان في حوار عن التحام البلوز و لوس بلاكوس في نصف النهائي من دوري الأبطال. فهل يكمل توخيل و لاعبوه عملهم في المباراة الأولى ضد ريال مدريد؟ ما هي توقعاتكم للنتيجة؟ و يالله يالبلوز! Abu Zraig and Abu Victor return with a chat about The Blues’ clash with Los Blancos in the Champions League semi final. Will Tuchel and his players finish the job they started in the first leg? What are your expectations? Come On You Blues! #تشلسي #تشيلسي_فخر_لندن #تشلسي_البلوز #تشيلساوي #chelseafc # chelsea #chelseafootballclub #premierleague a #epl #theblues #البلوز #ktbffh #تشيلسي
Join Mark and Payton as they break down the big chances in an initially thrilling 1-1 Champions League semifinal matchup between Chelsea and the Spanish Champions (13:00). Also, Payton laments his team's missed opportunities early and strange defending as Barcelona throw away their control of the title race with a 2-1 loss at middling Granada (42:59). Also - Mark revels in Madrid's big new signing (2:37), and Payton reveals some unexpected new solutions to Barcelona's money troubles (8:57). Then the boys preview the next slate of La Liga games as four teams duke it out for the title with just five games left, Payton predicts Valencia-Barcelona (1:05:48), and Mark wonders if his hobbled Los Blancos can scrape by Osasuna (1:10:14)
En este capítulo nos acompaña Ousman Umar, quien siendo un niño atravesó 21.000 kilómetros, de Ghana hasta Barcelona. Un viaje que duró 5 años y que fue un infierno. Llegó a España sin nada, viviendo en la calle, hoy tiene dos carreras universitarias y dirige una ONG. En 2012 fundó la ONG NASCO Feeding Minds con el fin de proporcionar acceso a la información y la educación, reduciendo la brecha digital. Es autor de 'Viaje al país de los blancos' (Plaza & Janes, 2019) y 'Desde el país de los blancos' (2021). Presentan David Tomás, CEO de Cyberclick y autor de “La empresa más feliz del mundo” y “Diario de un millennial”, y Edu Pascual, creador y productor de podcast.
Luis Miguel Echegaray and Jimmy Conrad recap Tuesday's UCL action as Real Madrid showed why they are tournament royalty. A great performance from Vinicius Jr. and some careless defending from Liverpool gave Los Blancos a precious 3-1 win in the first leg. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola will probably be thankful for Phil Foden as Man City just about escaped with a precious 2-1 win over Borussia Dortmund. We have all the analysis and reaction you need! 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, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce 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
This free episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast comes in two parts. Part One, Kiyan Sobhani is joined by Ryan O'Hanlon to discuss: Liverpool hitting form Have they just been unlucky this season? Facing Liverpool's press without Sergio Ramos La Liga's tactical struggles Should Jurgen Klopp play Naby Keita / Georginio Wijnaldum? How will Liverpool lineup? The effect of Ozan Kabak Who will win the midfield battle? James Milner or Wijnaldum Kabak and Nathan Phillips vs Karim Benzema and Casemiro in the box What should worry Real Madrid fans most about Liverpool? What should worry Liverpool fans most about Real Madrid? Liverpool's pace And more. Par Two, Om Arvind is joined by Josh Williams: Overview of Jürgen Klopp’s general offensive and defensive tactics How much of Liverpool’s defensive woes can be put down to injuries? The reasons behind Liverpool’s offensive struggles Liverpool and Real Madrid being better suited for the Champions League The underrated importance of offensive set-pieces to Liverpool’s attack Does Thiago fit Liverpool’s system? The similarities between Thiago’s and Paul Scholes’ defending Liverpool’s Champions League DNA Do Liverpool fans still hate Sergio Ramos as much as they did in 2018? What about Real Madrid scares Josh and what Madrid can do to win Sergio Ramos might be a bigger miss for Los Blancos’ offense than defense Can Madrid exploit Liverpool’s high line? Should Real press or sit in a low block? How Om would set up the team What Liverpool can exploit The abundance of speed in Madrid’s defensive line Can Liverpool take advantage of Casemiro’s and Ferland Mendy’s press resistance weaknesses? The Anfield crowd vs. the Bernabéu Which team wins at full strength? And much more Did you enjoy this podcast? Join us on Patreon / Zoom after the Liverpool game: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is the latest episode of our La Liga Lowdown podcast series in which we tell the story of each LaLiga Santander club. In this latest episode, it's time to tell the story of Real Madrid.Euan McTear (@emctear) hosts and starts off by looking at some of the highlights from Los Blancos' many European Cup successes. Then, Román de Arquer (@Aeroslavee) and Paco Polit (@pacopolitENG) go through the capital city club's history. Next, Hasan Karim (@TheHasKarim) picks his three unique Real Madrid legends and Nils Kern (@nilskern17), of @REAL_TOTAL, explains what a matchday at the Bernabéu is like. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join the boys as they discuss Sergino Dest's record breaking night for an American at Barcelona in their 6-1 triumph over Sociedad (13:50), including Payton's stint in the Hot Corner (37:29) as we ask the tough questions other pods wouldn't dare! Mark then relives yet another thrilling win for Los Blancos as Real Madrid survive a late scare from Celta Vigo to hold on and remain in the thick of the title race and has his own stint in the Hot Corner (47:33). Mark and Payton also talk champions league draw and Real Madrid's date with Liverpool (7:20).
Ryan, Taylor, and Graham team up to dissect this week's Champions League action! Manchester City vs. Borussia Monchengladbach - Pep’s side were too strong for Gladbach, whose suffering under soon-to-be-departed coach Marco Rose continues. Real Madrid vs. Atalanta - There’ll be no dark horse deep run for the Italians this season, who were ultimately outclassed by Los Blancos (who did something a little different with their formation). Bayern Munich vs. Lazio - We called this as a mismatch… and we were right! Chelsea vs. Atletico Madrid - Thomas Tuchel’s honeymoon period continues in London, where his side showed greater discipline and a better press than Atleti. American Giant! Get 15% off your first order when you use promo code TSS at american-giant.com! Policy Genius! Re-shop your auto and home insurance rates and you could save up to $1,055 at policygenius.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Molly Hudson. With eight teams left in the Champions League draw, we work out our dream draw and which teams are most likely to go all the way this season. The Times’ European Football Correspondent Ian Hawkey joins us to talk all things Real Madrid which leads to a sharing of our favourite Los Blancos memories. Molly brings us the latest from the women’s game with the Champions League last eight draw decided and Fran Kirby back on form for Chelsea. This episode was recorded before Gareth Southgate announced his England squad for the World Cup qualifiers. We weight up the potential inclusions and what level of success he needs to achieve at the Euros to be deemed a success. Scotland are also preparing for the delayed tournament and Gregor has some thoughts on who he’d like to see in the squad. The conversation turns to switching allegiance and whether the current rules protect the smaller nations. We end the episode picking that one player from another nation that we would have loved to sneak into our national team. To celebrate the beginning of spring, save fifty percent on full digital access to The Times and The Sunday Times for six months and stay well informed on the latest stories: thetimes.co.uk/sale/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The FC crew break down a clinical performance from Karim Benzema and Real Madrid and question how far Los Blancos can go in the UCL. Plus, Pep Guardiola has Manchester City fans beginning to dream of a quadruple, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic un-retires from International football and returns to play for Sweden.
Ryan, Taylor and Graham take a look at the biggest matches in world soccer from the weekend! 0.00 - Manchester City vs. Manchester Utd: Ole’s hands were firmly on the wheel when Utd ended City’s winning streak—but how did he pull it off? 23.30 - Liverpool vs. Fulham: Liverpool sixth consecutive home defeat came at the hands of a very impressive Fulham side, who took advantage of the Reds’ energy levels and makeshift backline. 37.28 - Atletico Madrid vs. Real Madrid: A highly entertaining game involving Atleti? What are the odds! Diego Simeone’s side shined, but paid the price for letting Los Blancos back into the game. 50.10 - Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund: Der Klassiker’s format was strictly adhered to on Saturday, when BVB made a dominant start, only to fail to kill off the game. Sponsors! Vuori! Receive 20% off your first purchase and enjoy free shipping and returns on any U.S. orders over $75 at vuoriclothing.com/TSS! Netgear! Find out what makes Netgear America’s number one choicef or WiFi at netgear.com/bestWiFi! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The boys rejoice (briefly) as leaders Atletico Madrid's loss to Levante vaults their teams back into title contention. But even as Real Madrid squeaked out a tough one against Valladolid to put them just three points back (7:08), Barcelona fail to take advantage and once more drop points late thanks to Lazy Llenglet (19:34). Also, Mark previews Real Madrid's huge Champions League game against Atalanta (40:32), and Payton thinks Barcelona can get back on track against lowly Elche (36:18)
Nuestros compañeros vislumbran el futuro de la lucha por el título y buscan las razones de los últimos tropiezos del Atlético en el campeonato doméstico.
Join the boys as Mark and Payton discuss fun things like possible transfers for Mbappe and Haaland (00:07), as well as the negative impact of oligarch-led clubs before diving into the PSG-Barcelona first leg that saw the Paris-based club absolutely demolish the Catalans 4-1 (14:09). Payton painstakingly breaks down each mistake by his Barcelona side, one defensive lapse after another. Also, the La Liga title race heats back up as Atleti drop points (1:02:06), opening the door as Barcelona take on Cadiz, and Madrid face Valladolid.
Mark and Payton give you all the angles on the return of the Champions Leagues as they are all atwitter over the titanic matchup of Barcelona and PSG in the Round of 16 (42:20). Also, Madrid keeps pace with their city rivals in La Liga over a poor Valencia side (6:54), and Messi scores two screamers for the Catalans as they vanquished Alaves (24:48).
Join your favorite excitable spanish soccer hosts as they gorge on soccer's version of dessert with some steamy transfer rumors in the debut of the segment Most Wanted! (3:14). Also: Payton tries to figure out what happened?? as Barcelona lose 2-0 to an impressive Sevilla side in the Copa Del Rey (17:41), and Marcelo remembers his class in Madrid's 2-0 stroll over Getafe (38:50). Also: predictions for Barca-Alaves and Madrid-Valencia (55:30).
Join the boys as they dive into a thrilling set of comeback wins for Spain's biggest two clubs, as Real Madrid leave it very late to defeat a difficult Huesca side (32:39), and Barcelona's attempts to rest their legendary winger fail again as they need him to rescue them for a comeback win over Real Betis (10:57). Also, the debut of our "What happened?" segment as Mark gets into what Ramos's knee surgery means for his future at Madrid (2:30). And finally, Mark and Payton Get Psychic to make their uncanny predictions as Barcelona take on Sevilla in the Copa and Madrid see if they can continue their winning ways against Getafe (59:22).
Twist endings aren't just for the movies! Payton gushes over Barcelona's most exciting game of the year, as Barcelona recover from a late 2-0 deficit to steal a win over Granada in the Copa Del Rey (9:40). Also, Mark asks if the universe is serious after the latest spate of bad news from Real Madrid camp (39:40), and the boys Get Psychic to reveal their latest predictions for this weekend's games in La Liga (49:30).Sound Effects by TimMoor and Magic-828 from Pixabay
Join the boys as they break down a cataclysmic round of La Liga action, as Messi has a goal of the season contender to inch Barcelona past Madrid on goal difference against Bilbao (4:48). Mark plumbs the depths of Militao and Odriozola's dreadful defending and wonders whether this is the end of Real Madrid's title hopes as they drop points yet again, this time to a lively Levante (45:42). Also, Payton and Mark delve into dividing the blame between Perez and Zidane for Real's awful form thus far (1:06:02).
Wrap your hands around a hot cup of coffee and let Mark and Payton shower you with footballing knowledge, as Mark discusses yet another young Real superstar going out on loan (00:33), and Payton thrills us with his analysis of Barcelona's come-from-behind victory in the Copa Del Rey over tiny Rayo Vallecano (6:36). Also: the boys preview the upcoming matches - Real Madrid-Levante (33:40) on Saturday and Barcelona-Bilbao (26:50) on Sunday.
Celebrate episode 100 of your favorite spanish soccer podcast with your silly hosts! Mark and Payton assess the state of the La Liga title race and the unstoppable form of Atletico Madrid (6:30) as Real Madrid exorcise their demons over Alaves (10:32), and Barcelona take care of business against Elche (29:22) , before looking out the window and reflecting on the high and low moments for each of their teams so far this year (1:00:12). Also, the boys talk about their favorite and least favorite moments since starting the podcast (1:15:30), including a scathing review of a certain former president of Barcelona.
In our Matchday 20 recap episode for the 2020/21 LaLiga season, we start off by discussing Real Madrid’s 4-1 win over Alavés with Emily Wilson (@wilson_emt). There was no Zidane, but it was no problem for Los Blancos. Andrew Miller (@AndrewMillerNBA) then discusses the wild ending to Real Sociedad vs Real Betis, Paco Polit (@pacopolitENG) praises league leaders Atlético Madrid, Gregor Chappelle (@gregorchappelle) explains how Youssef En-Nesyri got so good so sudden and Martin Devlin (@MartiRVCF) talks about how Real Valladolid are still picking up points despite all their absences. As always, the podcast is hosted by Euan McTear (@emctear). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Mark and Payton as they marvel at another epic failure for Real Madrid competition this year as they lose to third division side CD Alcoyano (3:29), and Payton laments Barcelona's hopeless Messi-less play as they miss two penalties en route to a 2-0 win over UD Cornellia (19:01). Also: the boys preview the La Liga games this weekend, as both clubs try to hang on to their fading title hopes.
Come join Mark and Payton as they delve into Real Madrid's signing of current Bayern Munich star David Alaba (3:45), as the boys measure his potential success on the "Flop-o-meter", given the recent struggles of both clubs in the transfer market. Also: Payton relives Barcelona's stunning, last second, 3-2 defeat at the hands of Athletic Bilbao (15:50), including Messi's first sending off of his legendary career at Barca, and preview the midweek Copa Del Rey Action (49:01).
Join the boys as they wonder if Eden Hazard has been replaced by his evil, less talented brother in Real Madrid's disastrous 2-1 semifinal loss to Athletic Bilbao (32:20), and relive Ter Stegen's keeper masterclass in Barcelona's exciting 1-1 win (on penalties) over Real Sociedad (5:35). Also, Payton previews the SuperCopa final on Sunday. We experienced some minor technical difficulties when trying to edit this episode. Please skip to (00:12) for a smoother start to the podcast!
Your favorite soccer boys delve into the cold abyss that was Real Madrid's 0-0 draw away to Osasuna (3:01), and discuss why the game was even played, and marvel at the return of the Messi we know and love as he fires in yet another brace for the Catalans (19:41). Also: Mark and Payton reach into the future to make their hyper-specific predictions for the Thursday Spanish Supercup games (39:09). Stats courtesy fbref.com
Join your favorite soccer-crazed hosts as they unravel Messi and Pedri's masterful play in Barcelonas 3-2 win over Athletic club (4:15), and discuss some of the wild news surround Real Madrid, including Benzema's legal troubles and Sergio Ramos's transfer rumors (27:12), and see if the boys' psychic luck continues with their new hyper-specific predictions for the weekend matches.
Your favorite Spanish football enthusiasts share all the latest going on with the world's two biggest clubs, including some interesting news on the Barcelona presidential elections (5:23), Madrid's Win over Celta Vigo (15:22), and Barcelona's messy but necessary victory over Huesca (29:02).
Join your favorite silly hosts as they break down the latest stumbles in the La Liga title race as the Catalans drop points to tiny Eibar (23:57), and Real Madrid can't get past newly promoted Elche (5:39). Also: Mark and Payton ask the questions other shows are too scared to ask in their interviews with Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman (43:40) and Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane (50:44).
Join your favorite idiot hosts as they give their opinions on the latest twists in the hunt for the La Liga title, as Granada make Madrid scramble for the three points to keep their title hopes alive (7:20), and Messi bangs in his 644th goal for Barcelona in their 3-1 thrashing of Valladolid (30:32). Also, Payton breaks down the bombshell Messi interview (59:01), wonders how Pochettino will fare with the big personalities at PSG, and the boys make their predictions for the midweek games as Madrid face Elche and Barcelona take on Eibar.
Join your favorite hosts as they dive into another thrilling episode of La Liga football, with Real Madrid surviving a scare against tiny Eibar to hang onto their title hopes (41:23), and Koeman making a string of baffling decisions as Barcelona drop points for the seventh time already against a limited Valencia side (5:38). The boys ask the big questions: Does Thibaut Courtois carry around his tiny, fragile Belgian teammate like a baby? Did Puig steal all of Koeman's chocolate? Listen to find out!
Your favorite hosts are back to talk about a whirlwind of La Liga results over the past few days that brings both giants back into the title race. Mark and Payton guide you through Real Madrid's titanic 2-0 win over their city rivals Atletico (6:35), Barcelona scraping by Levante (25:11), Madrid surviving a scare against Athletic Club (34:27), and Barcelona beating the former league leaders Real Sociedad (51:01). Also, the boys preview this weekend's next slate of games (1:04:46)
The boys discuss how on earth Zidane always manages to secure a win when his job and the season are on the line as Madrid make an epic comeback in their Champions League group to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (2:30). Also, a preview of the massive Madrid derby on the weekend (43:17), and Payton begs Koeman to play the youth against Levante (34:24), who have been on a very strange run of form, and Payton shares some wild transfer news and news about the upcoming Presidential elections at Barcelona (29:10).
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Real Madrid's surprise defeat to Alaves and ask why defensive issues continue to be a problem for Los Blancos. Stewart Robson also joins to look back at Tottenham's 0-0 draw away at Chelsea and debate how close each respective side is to becoming a finished product. Plus, plenty of love for Edinson Cavani and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.