Fergie's puffed cheeks, Dalglish's giant grin, Maguire's hapless defending, Salah's hat trick, Pogba's red card, Sancho on the sidelines, United fans leaving early, Scholes' prophecy, Luke Shaw's self abasement, the record defeat - Man United fans witnessed the complete nightmare in Old Trafford this weekend. Dion Fanning and Mark Critchley join us to discuss Manchester United 0-5 Liverpool, Gary Neville's defence of Solskjaer, the mood for change at the club, Conte's candidacy and why this wasn't all the manager's fault. Plus there's Captain Smith's Titanic, Ronaldo's incredible physical stats, Dennis Bailey, Brazil 1-7 Germany, and Eoin's marathon mediocrity.
Kelly Cates is joined by Senior Football Reporter Ian Dennis, Aston Villa defender Anita Asante and former Scotland midfielder Pat Nevin to discuss the big stories of the day. The panel start by debating the uptake of covid-19 vaccinations in football and how its making headlines in the England camp before reacting to interviews with Fikayo Tomori and Luke Shaw. Kelly is then joined by the Telegraph's Luke Edwards and Newcastle fan Taylor Payne for the latest on the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United. TOPICS: 02:00 – Vaccination in football 14:25 - Fikayo Tomori 23:34 – Luke Shaw 32:10 – Newcastle takeover
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Jimbo welcomes Daniel Storey, Sasha Goryunov and Colin Millar into the pod after another pulsating weekend of Premier League action. The North London derby is settled before half-time with young Gunners Smith Rowe, Saka and hype man Aaron Ramsdale on song. Is this finally Arteta's Arsenal? And does 5th choice Nuno have authority over this Tottenham squad? Man City get the better of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in a match that shows the true value of Rodri and Mason Mount. And United are beaten at home to Villa in a match that shows the true value of Luke Shaw and Austin MacPhee. Elsewhere, Brentford and Liverpool contest the game of the season so far. And are the natives starting to turn at Leicester? And Julien Laurens joins us to preview the standout fixture in the Champions League this week – PSG v Man City. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Arsenal 3-1 Tottenham (03m 00s) • PART 2: Chelsea 0-1 Man City (16m 00s) • PART 3: Brentford 3-3 Liverpool (25m 00s) • PART 4a: Man Utd 0-1 Aston Villa (35m 00s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (44m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (57m 00s) • PART 6: PSG v Man City preview with Julien Laurens (59m 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
The FPL General is here with some last minute advice before this week's Friday deadline ahead of Newcastle v Leeds. He's got team news from the press conferences, captaincy picks, transfer tips, his team reveal for GW5 and these 10 quickfire questions answered: Rank these 6.5 million and below midfielders - Gallagher, Gray, Sarr and Raphina Is it worth doubling up on the Wolves defence? Which striker below 6 million is worth a punt for the next 4-5 weeks? What are your thoughts on captaining a defender for a differential? Bamford or Jimenez? What to do with Mahrez? Luke Shaw - stick or twist? Semedo or Tierney to replace Coufal? Is Gabriel Jesus a realistic option to replace Calvert-Lewin? Is Adama Traore still an option for you? Remember the deadline is at 18:30 tonight! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 100!We made it to the century!! As it's the international break, we kick off by giving our grades for each Premier League team's transfer window, who got an A+ and who came out with with F? Then we have an intense debate on the top 5 Premier League players in each position, from Keepers, Fullbacks, Centre backs to Midfielders, Wingers and Strikers, we even rank the top Managers in the league. This is certain to cause a stir! Make sure to hit us on instagram, Twitter and subscribe on your platform of choice
The FPL General rounds up all the headlines after GW2, looks at transfer options, captaincy picks, updates his watchlist, and inducts the latest batch of players into the 59th minute club. All that plus these questions answered: With two solid performances in a row, is Benrahma essential? Is it worth getting Lukaku in now, or waiting until gameweek 7? Ditch Harvey Barnes or keep him because he's got Norwich next? Is Grealish a good option going forward? Should Mahrez owners keep him for one more gameweek? Ings to Calvert-Lewin for gameweek 3 or gameweek 4? Is it too early to sell Luke Shaw? Should Veltman be sold now to avoid a price drop? Which Tottenham 4.5m defender is the best buy? Who's the best £4.0 or £4.1m defender to replace Tsimikas? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Suj & James welcome Gary Robinson to discuss all things Manchester United including one the big FPL Community debates, Bruno or BruNO!? Do United have good or bad opening fixtures? It depends how you look at it but it does influence the conclusion on whether Bruno Fernandes is or isn't worth 12.0 of our FPL money. Luke Shaw is the second highest owned player in FPL, there's an assessment of why and if there are better 5.5 defender alternatives in the game and within the United squad itself. Plus, who's going to start in goal, Jadon Sancho and Mason Greenwood's potential and Gary gives an emphatic answer on whether he thinks United can win the league... You can follow Gary on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ismyCAPplaying Coming up next on Correspondent Week - Crystal Palace with @Migtavius ____________________________________________ 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
The rebirth of Luke Shaw for England and Manchester United Luke Paul Hoare Shaw is an English professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team. Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. The England national football team has represented England in international football since the first international match in 1872.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared an adorable new photo of Prince George to mark his 8th birthday.The image shows George grinning from ear-to-ear wearing a navy and orange polo shirt and matching navy shorts.The photo was taken in Norfolk earlier this month at the Duke and Duchess' home Amner Hall.Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton took the image, and it shows George on a Land Rover Defender, one of Prince Philip's favourite vehicles.Philip, who died in April at the age of 99, reportedly said to the Queen he wanted a funeral without too much fuss. "Just stick me in the back of a Land Rover and drive me to Windsor," he is said to have requested.George's toothy grin shows a cheeky side to the eldest child of William and Kate. Awww mate they look sad.TRH Prince William, Prince George and The Duchess of Cambridge. pic.twitter.com/VCue5srV4P— Isa (@isaguor) July 11, 2021 The Telegraph reports the nearly 8-year-old will celebrate his birthday privately. His school, Thomas's Battersea, is on break for the summer holidays.He is set to start a new prep school in September.George has started making public appearances recently, including cheering on the England football team at the Euro 2020 final.He was spotted looking heartbroken when Italy clinched the victory over England after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out.William put his arms around his son to comfort him, while both he and Kate looked devastated.Prince George pictured when he turned seven. Photo / Kensington PalaceHis reaction at the finish was a stark contrast to when he first saw England score early on in the match.The young football fan looked elated when Luke Shaw scored within the first few minutes of the game.For Prince George's seventh birthday, the royals released two images of him embracing the outdoors and wearing camouflage.His siblings, Princess Charlotte turned six in May, and Prince Louis turned three in April.
With the MLS break, we reflect on the top headlines in football, Messi wins Copa America 2021, being his first international trophy for Argentina and the Italian comeback in the 2020 Euro Cup Final. Penalty kicks resulted in a heartbreaking ending for the bring it home story for England. They took the lead early in a 2nd minute after Kieran Trippier found Luke Shaw on the back post. Shaw's first touch blast found the inside of the front post, before player of the tournament Gianluigi Donnarumma could make the stop. From then on England sat back and invited Italy to break down the British defense. After Italy dominating the run of play, they converted their chance in the 67th minute off a corner-kick. 34 year old Leonardo Bonucci placed a rebound off the back post into the goal, leveling the score at 1. Heroics from Gianluigi Donnarumma making 2 stops as Enland's last three PK takers all missed. In the Copa America Final, Messi finally got help from the supporting cast. Ángel Di María was the loan goal scorer finding the back of the net in the 22nd minute. Rodrigo De Paul found space behind the Brazilian back line where only Di María could get a magician's touch to provide the early lead for Argentina. The game was very physical from the start and continued with lots of tackles in transition. This was the first time Brazil had ever lost in a final hosted in Brazil. In the end it felt like justice had been served as Neymar found time after shedding his tears to congratulate his friend, Messi. In this eleventh episode of the 2021 season, writers-at-Large Alex Dwyer and Ryan Wallerson, alongside in-house tactician Pierce Maher, review the Euro Cup 2020 Final, Copa America 2021 Final and preview LAFC's home match-up against Real Salt Lake and away against Portland.
Jonny and Jordan discuss the Euro 2020 tournament. They go slightly over the 15 minute topic threshold on every occasion, but it is allowed because there was an outrageous amount to discuss! 1) Analysis of the Euros: Italy 1-1 England; Roberto Mancini's men win 3-2 on penalties!2) The falling giants: France, Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands; but Spain and Italy deliver joy!3) Top 5 Euros moments: France 3-3 Switzerland, VAR success, Denmark revival, and more!4) Team of the tournament: Who made the best XI of Euro 2020 for Jonny and Jordan?
Pertandingan final yang sangat menegangkan! Inggris unggul terlebih dahulu lewat gol Luke Shaw dan disamakan oleh Leonardo Bonucci. Keputusan fatal Southgate dan nasib para pemain muda Inggris yang terkena rasis, selengkapnya di episode terakhir €uropeEdition Perspective Football Podcast.
Gareth Southgate condemns the ‘unforgiveable' racist abuse aimed at some of the England players, British & Irish Lions forward Maro Itoje sends his support to Bukayo Saka, Simon Jordan criticises senior England players who didn't offer to take a penalty against Italy, Lianne Sanderson questions why Jack Grealish didn't come on earlier and Jose Mourinho finally praises Luke Shaw! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hemos vivido un gran partido en la final de la Euro 2020 entre Italia e Inglaterra. Luke Shaw adelantó a los ingleses al minuto de comenzar, Leonardo Bonucci puso la igualada en la segunda parte. El choque se fue a la prórroga para decidir al campeón. Análisis de todo lo que nos dejó este partidazo. Además, vemos cómo han ido estas 24 horas de Argentina y Leo Messi como campeones de América. Vamos con equipazo para cerrar temporada: Nacho García; Bruno Vain, Alejandro Figueredo y Fran Guillén. Esperamos tu participación con tus comentarios y opiniones. Seguiremos jugando de la mano de BETSFY a pronosticar y competir por ser el mejor adivinando qué sucederá en los partidos de la Euro y la Copa América. Para participar crea tu cuenta, ES GRATIS, y entra en la competición a través de este link...
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Mutmaßlicher Auftraggeber von Präsidentenmord in Haiti gefasst Haitis Nationalpolizei hat nach eigenen Angaben einen mutmaßlichen Drahtzieher des Mordes am Präsidenten Jovenel Moïse festgenommen. Es handelte sich demnach um einen 63 Jahre alten haitianischen Arzt, der im US-Bundesstaat Florida wohnt. Der Mann sei vor kurzem in einem Privatflugzeug nach Haiti gekommen, um die Präsidentschaft an sich zu reißen. Der Arzt werde beschuldigt, die als Attentäter verdächtigten kolumbianischen Söldner über eine venezolanische, private Sicherheitsfirma mit Sitz in Florida angeheuert zu haben. Er sei der Erste gewesen, den diese nach dem Attentat angerufen hätten. Innenminister Seehofer verbietet Rockergruppe "Bandidos" Bundesinnenminister Horst Seehofer hat die Rockergruppe "Bandidos" verboten und aufgelöst. Das Ministerium teilte mit, Zweck und Tätigkeit des Vereins liefen "den Strafgesetzen zuwider". Tatsächlich sei das Ziel nicht gemeinsames Motorradfahren, sondern ein Machtzuwachs innerhalb der Rockerszene. Regelmäßig komme es dabei zu schwersten Straftaten. Das Vereinsvermögen werde beschlagnahmt und eingezogen. Anfang des Jahres war eine Großrazzia durchgeführt worden. Der "Bandidos Motorcycle Club" wurde 1966 im US-Bundesstaat Texas gegründet, der deutsche Ableger ist seit 1999 aktiv. Prominente fordern Merkel zu Einsatz für Assange-Freilassung auf Rund 120 Politiker, Künstler und Journalisten haben an Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel appelliert, sich bei ihrem Besuch von US-Präsident Joe Biden in dieser Woche für die Freilassung von Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange einzusetzen. In dem Schreiben wird laut Deutscher Presse-Agentur die Bitte formuliert, "im Fall Julian Assange Brücken zu bauen". Die Kanzlerin will Biden an diesem Donnerstag in Washington treffen. Zu den Unterzeichnern des von dem Enthüllungsjournalisten Günter Wallraff initiierten Briefes gehören parteiübergreifend Abgeordnete von CDU, SPD, FDP, Linke und Grünen. Pro-europäischer Kurs bei Wahl in Republik Moldau bestätigt Nach der Parlamentswahl in der Republik Moldau und der Auszählung von 94 Prozent aller Stimmen hat sich die pro-europäische Mitte-Rechts-Partei siegessicher gezeigt. Sie hoffe auf das Ende einer schwierigen Ära für Moldau, sagte Präsidentin Maia Sandu. Ihre Partei PAS kommt Teilergebnissen zufolge auf einen Stimmanteil von fast 48 Prozent, wie die Wahlkommission nach Auszählung fast aller Stimmen mitteilte. Die prorussischen Kommunisten und Sozialisten um den früheren Präsidenten Igor Dodon kamen laut Wahlkommission auf rund 31 Prozent der Stimmen. Die Wahlbeteiligung lag bei nur 48 Prozent. Machtwechsel nach Parlamentswahl in Bulgarien möglich Nach der zweiten Parlamentswahl in Bulgarien innerhalb von gut 100 Tagen können die Gegner des früheren Ministerpräsidenten Bojko Borissow sich Hoffnungen auf die Regierungsbildung machen. Prognosen sehen die populistische Partei ITN des Entertainers Slawi Trifonow als Sieger mit knappem Vorsprung vor der Partei GERB des Ex-Ministerpräsidenten Borissow. Das amtliche Endergebnis soll es erst innerhalb der nächsten Tage geben. Die Neuwahl wurde notwendig, weil sich die zerstrittenen Parteien nach der ersten Abstimmung vom 4. April nicht auf eine Koalition einigen konnten. Italien schlägt England im Finale der Fußball-EM Italien ist zum zweiten Mal Fußball-Europameister. Der viermalige Weltmeister bezwang England im Finale von Wembley mit 3:2 im Elfmeterschießen. Nach 120 und 90 Minuten hatte es 1:1 gestanden. Leonardo Bonucci traf vor mehr als 60.000 Zuschauern in der regulären Spielzeit für das Team von Nationaltrainer Roberto Mancini. Luke Shaw hatte die Gastgeber schon in der zweiten Minute in Führung gebracht. Fans ohne Eintrittskarte stürmen Wembley-Stadion Vor dem EM-Finale in London haben zahlreiche Fußballfans ohne Eintrittskarte versucht, ins Wembley-Stadion zu stürmen, und das auch teilweise geschafft. In Videos waren Szenen zu sehen, die Schlägereien an den Eingängen zum Stadion zeigten. Der Sender Sky Sports News sprach von bis zu 100 Fans, die sich Zutritt verschafft haben sollen. In der Londoner Innenstadt herrschte vor dem Spiel zwischen Italien und England teilweise Ausnahmezustand. Nach der Partie teilten die Behörden mit, dass 19 Polizisten verletzt wurden und es 49 Festnahmen gab.
England were beaten by Italy at Wembley in the EURO 2020 final in heartbreaking fashion as the Azzuri won on penalties. Luke Shaw put England ahead early but the experienced Italians equalised and the trophy was decided via a shootout, where Rashford, Sancho and Saka all missed their spot kicks. Football didn't come home, but it did take England fans on a journey that will last a lifetime.
An early goal from Luke Shaw has England in the lead at the half for the EURO2020 final, and we break it all down "live" from Chalk!!! And congrats to Matt Stephens, winner of our #BigGreenEURO contest and he'll be taking home a beautiful Big Green Egg grill, courtesy of our friends at Chihuahua Cerveza!! Thanks for all 182 participants/entrants into the contest!!!
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and James Maw bask in England's post-semi-final warmth as they examine the glorious crowd sound of a penalty scored on the rebound, consider the merits of granting "Luke Shaw territory" independence and look ahead to perhaps the most frenzied three days of build-up in English football history. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel rule on the most Scott Parkery eight seconds imaginable, Sam Allardyce's surreal GB News appearance and whether we should be watching the final on the BBC or ITV. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Dominic Booth is joined by football writer Tyrone Marshall as they look back on England's semi-final win over Denmark from a Manchester United perspective.
Mark Chapman, Dion Dublin, Chris Sutton and Alistair Bruce-Ball give their reaction to Italy going through to the final of Euro 2020 after beating Spain in a penalty shootout at Wembley. We get the latest from inside the England camp with Luke Shaw and there's a special interview with assistant manager, Steve Holland, ahead of England's semi-final with Denmark. We hear from both the managers and former Denmark defender, Martin Laursen, tells us what the feeling is like for the Danes ahead of the game. Topics: 1'03 – Italy v Spain reaction 2'40 – Guillem Balague joins the pod to talk about where Spain fell short 7'55 – The Athletic's James Horncastle on Italy's performance 17'33 – Emma Saunders with Luke Shaw from the England camp 20'51 – England v Denmark preview with Mark Chapman, Dion Dublin and Chris Sutton 25'00 – Assistant manager Steve Holland sits down with Emma Saunders 34'00 – England boss Gareth Southgate with John Murray ahead of the Denmark game 39'35 – Denmark head coach Kasper Hjulmand with John Murray 41'05 – Former Denmark defender Martin Laursen on the Danish perspective of the game
Stephen, Adam and Jay are here for the Paddock Podcast as England progress to the semi-final of Euro 2020 as United stars Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Jadon Sancho put in top performances against Ukraine. Also a deeper look at Eduardo Camavinga... Stretford Paddock has content out EVERY DAY, make sure you're subscribed for your Man United fix! - https://bit.ly/DEVILSsub
And then there were four! The quarters are done and dusted and Switzerland came oh so close to killing another giant. Massive effort to hold the Spaniards to 1-1 all through ET, but a disastrous penalty shootout both ways decided the tie in Spains favour. Shaqiri and Xhaka can be happy about their tournament though, and both should be commanding a pretty hefty fee in the summer transfer window. The Italians held their resolve and brushed aside Belgium's 'golden generation'. Does Roberto Martinez deserve to stay in the job before the world cup, or should the Belgians make some drastic changes leading up to next year's showpiece event? One thing's for sure, the other Roberto has figured out how to manage a game well, and how to get his players deliver award winning acting performances. Denmark powered through as well, with Joakim Maehle showing us what a perfect cross looks like (Till it was Luke Shaw's time to shine). The 10 million Euro Atalanta man is also going to have a lot of suitors! And finally, England steamrolled through Ukraine, scoring four goals and yet again, conceding none. We saw a Luke Shaw masterclass, Slabhead got on the scoresheet as well, and Harry Kane took one long lookg at his doubters and told them to sod off. Plus, we debut a new segment which is an evolution of a slightly older segment, called "In Other News!" We're going to have some fun with this one. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @cornerflagpod Visit us on www.thecornerflag.in Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and don't forget to give us a 5 star review!
The Athletic's Michael Cox, Tom Worville and Ali Maxwell open the Euros notebook once again for a look back at the key tactical moments from the quarter-finals and look ahead to the semi-finals Will Southgate change England's system again or will we see a similarly high-pressing intense approach that vanquished Ukraine? Could Denmark switch their outstanding right-footed left-back to the right side to take advantage of Luke Shaw's surges forward? And who will come out on top in the battle of the possession obsessed midfields of Spain and Italy? Could Italy's dependable centre-back pairing of Chiellini and Bonucci be the difference compared to Spain's haphazard duo of Pau Torres and Aymeric Laporte? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe Cole and Lynsey Hipgrave look back over England's sensational 4-0 win over Ukraine in the Euro 2020 quarter-final. They discuss bold team selections, stunning football and the importance of momentum. They celebrate the emergence of Luke Shaw and the return to form of Harry Kane and declare Gareth Southgate and his England squad two games away from immortality. Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?House of Rugby - The UK's #1 rugby showTKO with Carl Frampton - Bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane - The show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien - Our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesJOE's Football Spin - for instant reaction to the latest in the Premier League and the world of footballMore football as it happens:Twitter @FootballJOEFacebook @SportsJOEInstagram @FootballJOE
England are into the Euro 2020 Semi-Final after smashing Ukraine 4-0, Gareth Southgate hails the squad harmony, Jose Mourinho even praises Luke Shaw, Stuart Pearce backs the Three Lions to go all the way, there's a word of warning on Denmark who England face next and Jordan Henderson shares his relief after ending his international goal scoring duck. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
England reached the semifinals of the European championships for the first time in 25 years after an impressive 4-0 win against Ukraine in Rome on Saturday.This was the only third time England had won a knockout match in the Euros, but goals at the start of each half helped calm any potential nervousness.Harry Kane prodded home Raheem Sterling's pass in the fourth minute to set England on their way.Sterling has arguably been England's best player during Euro 2020 and with Jadon Sancho starting his first game of the tournament, Ukraine struggled to deal with the speed and invention of Gareth Southgate's team.England hasn't conceded a goal in five games during Euro 2020, with Ukraine's best chance falling to Roman Yaremchuk, whose first-half shot was shoveled away by Jordan Pickford.Early in the second half, Harry Maguire powered Luke Shaw's free-kick past Ukraine goalkeeper Heorhiy Bushchan to make it 2-0.Soon after Kane headed in a third England goal, with Shaw again providing the assist.That two-goal blitz in the opening five minutes of the second-half put England in complete control of the match.Bushchan brilliantly saved Kane's volley to deny the England captain a hat-trick, but from the resulting corner Jordan Henderson scored with another header. It was Henderson's first ever goal for England.As the clock ticked down, England fans belted out football is "coming home," the chorus to "Three Lions," the adopted anthem of the team's supporters.Three years ago England got to the World Cup semifinals but were beaten 2-1 by Croatia -- despite taking the lead -- and in 2019 lost 3-1 to the Netherlands in UEFA's Nations League tournament. England last reached the final of a major international tournament in 1966."I suppose it's still sinking in that it's another semifinal -- three in three years," Southgate told the BBC."We want to go two steps further. I know what will be happening at home. It's lovely to see everyone on a Saturday night, beer in hand. They should enjoy it. It's been a long year for everyone. I'm chuffed the two performances have brought so much happiness to people."The players have been fantastic," added Southgate. "To play as well as they did in a game with so much resting on it was impressive. The spirit in the group is phenomenal."England now play Denmark, who beat the Czech Republic earlier on Saturday, and Southgate's team will have home advantage with Wednesday's semifinal to be held at London's Wembley Stadium.Wembley hosts semis and finalSeemingly down and out after losing its first two games at Euro 2020, Denmark won a third successive match to reach the semifinals after getting the better of the Czechs in Azerbaijan's capital Baku.Thomas Delaney's header and Kasper Dolberg's volley in the first half put Denmark in control of Saturday's quarterfinal.The Czechs were a different side after the interval and Patrik Schick's clever finish -- his fifth goal of Euro 2020 -- ensured Denmark had to work for its 2-1 victory.After Christian Eriksen's shocking collapse and his teammates' emotional response, Denmark has provided the feelgood story of Euro 2020 by qualifying for the knockout stages.It looked unlikely after defeats to Finland and Belgium in its first two group stage games, but the 4-1 hammering of Russia and Finland's 2-0 defeat to Belgium secured its place in the last-16.The Danes then secured a hugely impressive 4-0 win against Wales to announce its arrival in the latter stages of Euro 2020.Denmark's players spoke of the emotional toll returning to finish the game of Eriksen's collapse the same afternoon had on them, with several members of the squad criticizing European football governing body UEFA for not allowing them to play the match the following day.Given this group's remarkable mental fortitude, Denmark fans may have perhaps already allowed themselves to start dreaming of a repeat of Euro '92, when the national team secured its only major international trophy t...
It doesn't get much more comfortable than that. England's controlled and dominant 4-0 win over Ukraine means they will face Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley on Wednesday. Are the stars aligning for Gareth Southgate's side? And how has he managed to rid England of the fear factor? Alice Piper is joined by Rob Dorsett, Adam Bate and Gerard Brand to discuss the win in Rome, as Harry Kane returns to form, Luke Shaw shows up Jose Mourinho in his new manor and England keep another clean sheet. It's all looking rosy, right?
It doesn't get much more comfortable than that. England's controlled and dominant 4-0 win over Ukraine means they will face Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley on Wednesday. Are the stars aligning for Gareth Southgate's side? And how has he managed to rid England of the fear factor? Alice Piper is joined by Rob Dorsett, Adam Bate and Gerard Brand to discuss the win in Rome, as Harry Kane returns to form, Luke Shaw shows up Jose Mourinho in his new manner and England keep another clean sheet. It's all looking rosy, right?
Mark Chapman is joined by former England internationals Chris Waddle, Micah Richards, Karen Carney and Matthew Upson to reflect on England's comfortable 4-0 win over Ukraine to reach the Euro 2020 semi-finals. The panel look at where the game was won, who impressed and discuss why England looked so untroubled. And commentator Ian Dennis and reporter Juliette Ferrington are on hand to get post-match reaction from Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.
It's a historic day for England as they beat Germany 2-0 to go through to the quarter finals of Euro 2020. Emma Saunders brings you all the reaction from a raucous Wembley Stadium with Mark Chapman, Chris Waddle, Micah Richards, Karen Carney and John Murray. Plus, we touch on England's next opponents, Ukraine, after they beat Sweden in extra time to go through to the next round. Topics: 0'36 - Full time reaction from Wembley Stadium with John Murray and Chris Waddle 3'10 - Mark Chapman, Karen Carney and Micah Richards reaction 7'42 – England's defence and Luke Shaw's performance 14'25 - Moritz Volz on Germany 18'01 - Declan Rice with John Murray 22'55 - Harry Kane with John Murray 27'55 - Jack Grealish with Kelly Somers 34'04 - Gareth Southgate with John Murray 41'20 - Sweden v Ukraine reaction with Ian Dennis, Pat Nevin and former Sweden defender, Jonas Olsson
Jonny and Jordan bring you 4 x 15 minute topics, covering the Euros in three of them.1) Do we expect too much of England?2) Top 5 Hot Euros moments: Back-three systems, Portugal 2-4 Germany, Hungary euphoria! 3) Top 5 Not-Hot Euros moments: Joachim Low's "scratch and sniff", three-team qualifications, and terrible Turkey!4) Non-Euros news: Harry Kane £100-million bid from Manchester City, Hakan Calhanoglu to join Inter Milan, and Rafa Benitez in prime position for Everton job!Trouble With Tribals by Kevin MacLeodLink: https:/incompetech.filmmusic.iosong6621-trouble-with-tribalsLicense: https://filmmusic.iostandard-license
Steve Crossman is joined by Dion Dublin, Christian Fuchs and John Murray to look back on the first round of the most anticipated fixtures of the Euros, Group F. Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein talk about Frances's 1-0 victory over Germany and John Bennett is in Budapest to react to Hungary v Portugal where 60,000 fans were in the stadium. Also, we hear from Wales boss Rob Page and the Daily Euros team out in Baku ahead of their game with Turkey. Plus, we get the latest from the England camp with Emma Saunders and Luke Shaw. Topics: 0'53 - John Murray & Dion Dublin on France v Germany 2'37 - Julien Laurens & Rafa Honigstein 11'56 - Christian Fuchs on Hungary v Portugal 14'29 - John Bennett live from Budapest 19'56 - Robbie Savage with Wales manager Rob Page 23'36 – Football correspondent Rob Phillips and former Wales striker Nathan Blake in Baku 29'57 - Emma Saunders from St George's Park on Dean Henderson's injury and Aaron Ramsdale's call up 32'01 - Luke Shaw reveals his Uno tactics and looks back on England's first win
Raheem Sterling tells talkSPORT that he cannot wait for the Euros to begin, Adrian Durham claims that England have ‘two Gazzas' in their squad, Luke Shaw reflects on the journey he's been on since his horrendous leg injury in 2015 and Jose Mourinho admits that Didier Deschamps' France squad is overwhelmed with talent heading into the tournament. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jonny and Jordan preview England chances at Euro 2020, with each topic approximately 15 minutes in length. 1) What we think of the England squad!2) How we think England will perform and whether Gareth Southgate is under pressure!3) Who we think should make the England starting XI!4) General Euros predictions: Winner, Surprise package, Flop, Player of the Tournament, Golden Boot!Trouble With Tribals by Kevin MacLeodLink: https:/incompetech.filmmusic.iosong6621-trouble-with-tribalsLicense: https://filmmusic.iostandard-license
The FPL General is ready to head into battle one last time this season as we head into the final gameweek and he's got plenty of advice for you whether you're looking to save your season or stave off the chasing pack All the usual transfer and captaincy wisdom plus these questions answered: How many points do you think you can realistically turn around in the final week of the season? Is it ever worth taking a points hit in the final gameweek? Who's the best goalkeeper to own in gameweek 38? What are your thoughts on Chris Wood as a differential for the final gameweek? Who's your favourite differential captain pick this week? Who are the prime replacements for Luke Shaw this week? Top three picks for each position on a free-hit this week? Aguero - yes or no? Is Calvert-Lewin to Antonio a no-brainer for the final week? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marcus and Luke are back with Lions Watch, your one-stop shop for all things England! This week, we hail Arsenal for doing the right thing and ask how much England’s Champions League and Europa League absences really matter for a team so… completely and utterly well-drilled. Obvs.We also try (and fail) to pick a starter between Luke Shaw and Ben Chilwell and celebrate the year of the waistcoat. That’s right, it’s 2018: Kieran Trippier’s whipping in free-kicks, an Englishman is winning the golden boot, and press relations are actually all right. We speak to Sunday Times chief football writer Jonathan Northcroft to learn more about the charm offensive that was so important to England’s success that summer.Got a question for us? Email 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!**Featured image courtesy of Anton Zaitsev. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we take in the dramatic scenes from Old Trafford and then consider the implications on the upcoming Fantasy Premier League calendar. It looks possible that Liverpool could end up with a double gameweek in GW35, which opens up a new world of possibilities with our FPL squad management. So, as we strategize for the coming weekend, we weigh the benefits of loading up on more Manchester United or Liverpool players or sticking with an earlier plan of targeting mid-tier assets at Everton. How does Lucas Digne actually stack up against Luke Shaw or Trent Alexander-Arnold for the run-in? We also debate the optimal captain picks as Salah, Bruno, and Leicester strikers all boast an enticing double. Hail Cheaters!
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith react to the news of Sergio Aguero leaving Manchester City at the end of the season. David Mooney from the Blue Moon podcast joins the panel as they analyse his legacy and what is the end of an era. There’s a look at the Argentine’s legacy, what he brought to the Premier League and where next for both club and striker? The panel also take a look at England’s full-backs including the evolution of the role. With the resurgence of Luke Shaw, is he one of the best options for Gareth Southgate for that position? And there's a debut of ‘Michael' Richards bingo. TOPICS: 02:30 - Reaction of Aguero leaving 07:30 - Where next for the forward? 13:20 - A statement from the man himself 18:00 - David Mooney with the fans take 29:00 - Micah on the evolution of full-backs 33:16 - Which of the backline should Southgate choose?
Steve Crossman, John Murray, Ian Dennis and The Telegraph's Jason Burt preview England's World Cup Qualifier against Albania. They debate several of the selection headaches Gareth Southgate faces both in the immediate future and looking ahead to this summer's rescheduled Euros. We also hear from the England manager on Luke Shaw's international return after a season of redemption for the left-back at Manchester United as well as the prospect of a City-United quartet in defence. And Harry Maguire compares the England side that reached a World Cup semi-final three years ago to the current crop of players he now works with. TOPICS: 01:10: The panel discuss their previous trips to Albania as well as the country's affinity with Norman Wisdom. 07:05: Gareth Southgate's handling of players & his selection dilemmas. 18:05: Gareth Southgate on Luke Shaw and a potential City-United defensive unit. 21:51: Discussion on Luke Shaw's recent emergence. 28:45: Harry Maguire compares the England World Cup semi-finalists in 2018 to the current crop. 35:50: The midfield debate.
The team witnesses Manchester City face defeat for the first time in 2021 at the hands of Luke Shaw, Scott's parka proving that there's more to football than just kicking a ball around, Liverpool's decline to mid-table, Big Sam's escape plan, Tottenham and Chelsea eyeing top 4, who at ATP is laying on the ground in the wall, listener questions and Prediction League. Thanks for listening this season and if you rate us 5 stars and roast us in the comments, we'll be sure to read it on-air. Website: https://acrossthepond.co Twitter: https://twitter.com/acrossthepond IG: https://instagram.com/atpradio Twitch: https://twitch.tv/atpradio
Manchester United followed up a dreary Wednesday night in South London with a firey start away to rivals Manchester City. Bruno Fernandes put United in front after 2 minutes and the Reds followed it up in the second half with a wonderful goal from Luke Shaw, the club's best player of 2021 and perhaps one of the league's best too. As the sun set on Manchester on Sunday night, the city was red, for a time at least. City are still top of the league, and by some distance, but derby victory provides a boost for confidence, for momentum and for morale going into a tough run of fixtures for a United side who had struggled to create before this 2-0 win at the Etihad.This week on the Manchester United Weekly Podcas with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, we're reviewing games against City and Palace, discussing the wider context of the recent happenings at United and providing you with an extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Casey Stoney's side won 3-0 and James Garner received high praise from Chris Hughton. At the end of the show, we looked ahead to games against AC Milan and West Ham before Patrons get a bonus Q&A after we wrap things up in which we'll talk Ole's tactics, Varane and more. If you want to hear that every week, go to our Twitter @UtdWeeklyPod and follow the instructions there on how to sign up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steven Gerrard defies the doubters to lead Rangers back to the summit of Scottish football just as Jurgen Klopp loses his sixth home match in a row? This is getting a bit witchy. Meanwhile, Luke Shaw was the hero as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led Man United to yet another win in the Manchester derby. Maybe the win has come too late to affect the destination of the league title, but could United have given Guardiola something to worry about for the Champions League? Jordan Campbell of the Athletic joins us to talk about Rangers' title success. Is this more than winning the league by default after the only credible opposition collapsed?
This is why we love the Premier League! In this week’s episode of the Podcast FC Show the full cast reunites to breakdown matchday 27 in this year's English Premier League. The first match of course being the biggest match this weekend was the Manchester Derby which saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United side extend their away unbeaten run winning 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side including an inspired performance from Luke Shaw and disappointing performances from Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling. The guys transition to discuss Liverpool losing their 6th home game in a row to relegation threatened Fulham 1-0 which saw Jurgen Klopp question the mentality of some of his players at the end of the match proclaiming that those who only wish to be at Liverpool for Champions League football are free to go. The lads than talk about Tottenham Hotspur thrash Crystal Palace 4-1 as Harry Kane and Son Heung Min overtake Chris Sutton and Alan Shearer as the most prolific combination in a single season. The fellas transition to discuss Arsenal drawing with Burnley 1-1 which saw yet another horrendous Granit Xhaka error leading to goal which now puts him at 8 errors leading directly to goal since the 16/17. The boys then close off with quick touch which saw Leicester City come from behind to beat Brighton 2-1, Southampton return to winning ways against Sheffield with a 2-0 win, Aston Villa and Wolves playing out a 0-0 draw, and another 0-0 draw between Newcastle and West Brom. Instagram: @podcastfcshow Twitter: @podcastfcshow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastFCShow/
Jasper Taylor is joined by Ben Ransom and Dharmesh Sheth to discuss the latest round of Premier League fixtures as Manchester United ended Manchester City's 21-game unbeaten run on Super Sunday. After a third straight win at the Etihad, what is it about this fixture that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer loves? And what are City's chances of an unprecedented Quadruple? After a sixth straight home defeat for Liverpool, beaten by Fulham on Sunday, we ask: could their form do irreparable damage? And there's praise for a huge statement victory for Scott Parker's side (19:53). In part three, Sky Sports News' Paul Gilmour talks all things Spurs in the Regional Review (36:34) - is Gareth Bale playing for his future at the club? And is Harry Kane the best striker in the world? And in part four, we get Dharmesh and Ben's performances of the week, including some praise for Luke Shaw (49:13).
The FC crew discuss Luke Shaw and Ole Gunnar Solskjær's post-match comments about the controversial handball in Manchester United's match against Chelsea. Plus, the guys break down the Red Devils' brutal record against Top 6 opponents, Real Madrid's draw with Real Sociedad and preview Barcelona's clash with Sevilla in the Copa del Rey.
Premier League Matchday 26 Review. Three man show to get you through the week! In this week’s episode of the Podcast FC Show Tiki, Snacks, and Al breakdown how the Premier League played out during matchday 26. First going over the big game of the weekend which saw Manchester United end 0-0 at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea with the big talking point being whether or not Manchester United should have been awarded a penalty for the handball on Callum Hudson-Odoi as well as Luke Shaw’s post match press conference. The next match the guys discuss saw Liverpool beat bottom of the barrel Sheffield United 2-0 which ended a 4 game losing skid for the Reds as they try to get back in the race for Top 4. Moving on to the next game the boys discuss Eventual champions Manchester City beating the surprise team in this years installment of the Premier League West Ham United 2-1. The guys broke down the impressive form of Jesse Lingard since his loan switch from Manchester United as well as both Manchester City goals being scored by the City Centre backs. The cast than move on to discuss Leicester City losing at home to Arsenal 3-1 which saw a rare combination of Willian and David Luiz combine for the equalizer, and a deep dive on where Arsenal can improve going into the 21/22 season. The Top 6 talk ends with a thrashing as Tottenham Hotspur beat Burnley 4-0 behind an inspired performance from Gareth Bale as he contributed 2 goals and 1 assist. The cast close off with quick touch which included Aston Villa beating Leeds United 1-0 away from home, Newcastle United and Wolves playing a 1-1 stalemate, Crystal Palace and Fulham ending 0-0. Instagram: @podcastfcshow Twitter: @podcastfcshow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastFCShow/