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Sam Hutchison hosts this episode of the Manchester is RED Podcast, with press conferences from both sides of Man Utd's 3-0 win over Crystal Palace, and a few of his own opinions on the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kelly Cates and guests react to Tuesday's EFL Cup and Women's Nations League. Leon Osman and Tom Gayle discuss Manchester United's win over Crystal Palace. Burnley get back to winning ways with a 4-0 victory over Salford City. We hear from Burnley manager Vincent Kompany and Kelly and Leon discuss what impact that will have on their league form with Michael Brown. John Acres reacts to Exeter City's shock win over Luton Town. We look ahead to Wednesday's all-Premier League EFL Cup tie between Newcastle United and Manchester City. And Maz Farookhi joins to reflect on England's one-all draw against the Netherlands in the Women's Nations League. TIMECODES: 0:30 - Reaction to Manchester United's win over Crystal Palace 4:40 - Burnley reaction 8:40 - Vincent Kompany 11.30 – Exeter shock Premier League Luton 16.40 - Preview Newcastle United vs. Manchester City 20.41 – Reaction to Netherlands 2 – 1 England, Women's Nations League
Step into the fervor of the North London Derby with us, where every soccer aficionado's heart beats a little faster. Expect to be enlightened with our dissection of the phenomenal performances from Sun and Saka, the missed opportunity by Gabriel Jesus, and our insight into why Raya has been trusted with the starting job over Ramsdale. We'll take you through every twist and turn of this adrenaline-fueled match, where despite Arsenal's initial dominance, the relentless Spurs made sure it ended in a rollercoaster draw.Onwards, we'll take you to the Old Trafford, the stomping ground of Manchester United, as they faced off against Burnley. Our analysis of United's tactical approach and how their defensive strategy paved the path to victory promises to give you a new perspective on the game. Meanwhile, we'll ponder over Burnley's impressive stats and how their lack of a killer instinct may have cost them a draw. Together, we'll think about how Ten Hogg's plans could be shaping United's gameplay and identity. Finally, we'll traverse through the challenges faced by Chelsea, the triumphant stride of Aston Villa, and the current standing of Liverpool. We question whether a managerial change at Chelsea is on the horizon, and delve into how the Abramovich era has shaped Chelsea, and their efforts to rebuild under Pochettino. There's also a round-up of the latest Premier League results and standings, with a spotlight on the impressive performances of Newcastle United and Brighton, and an examination of the current relegation zone. From the energy of the North London Derby to the tactical maneuvers of Manchester United, we promise a comprehensive analysis of the latest happenings in English Premier League for all you football enthusiasts out there!TIME STAMPS(0:00:01) - North London Derby Analysis and Discussion(0:13:40) - Analysis of Man Utd and Burnley's Football Approach(0:21:18) - Chelsea, Liverpool(0:34:53) - Premier League Results and Standings(0:40:46) - Premier League Standings and Relegation ZoneKeywords:English Premier League, North London Derby, S0n, Saka, Gabriel Jesus, Raya, Johnny Evans, Hannibal, Manchester United, Burnley, Ten Hag, Chelsea, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Brighton, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Luton Town, Wolves, Brentford, Sheffield United, Top Four Teams, Relegation Zone
Steven Railston is joined by Samuel Luckhurst to dissect the week's Manchester United news, including reviewing the 1-0 win over Burnley, highlight some of the standout performances from that game, and preview the midweek Carabao cup clash with Crystal Palace. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Coach as he has the first listener guest (Seb) of the season on the Man Utd Edition to talk about the win at Turf Moor. They talk injuries, Sancho, that wonder goal from Bruno and what would be a good season for Utd. Tap In!
John Bennett presents reaction to Saturday's Premier League action from a windy Turf Moor where Manchester United beat Burnley 1-0. He is joined by former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson, former England striker Natasha Dowie, and The Athletic's Adam Crafton. The podcast includes United's victory being described as "unconvincing" despite Erik Ten Hag's team recovering from three consecutive defeats. The panel then move on to Manchester City's win over Nottingham Forest in which key midfielder Rodri was shown a red card. Discussion also covers Everton gaining their first win of the season, along with Luton getting a first ever Premier League point, before a preview of Sunday's derby between Arsenal and Tottenham. Timecodes: 02:37 Burnley 0-1 Manchester United 13:50 Manchester City 2-0 Nottingham Forest 20:20 Brentford 1-3 Everton 25:50 Luton Town 1-1 Wolves 30:50 Arsenal v Spurs preview
Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Telegraph's Chief Football Writer Sam Wallace to discuss Manchester United's much-needed win over Burnley with The Guardian's Jamie Jackson part of the conversation.We discuss what Rodri's red card could mean for Manchester City as well as Everton's first win of the season.The Athletic's Tottenham correspondent Charlie Eccleshare talks Ange Postecoglou and Vicky sits down with Mikel Arteta to talk about the goalkeeping situation at the club.
Sam Hutchison hosts this full time episode of the Manchester is RED podcast to reflect on the 1-0 away win over Burnley, with a review from Rich Fay after the final whistle and both managers press conferences following the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steven Railston is joined by Rich Fay and Samuel Luckhurst to dissect the week's Manchester United news, including unrest in the dressing room and why the manager is not facing the sack, despite the form. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a night game under the lights at the Turf against one of the big 6 who are struggling to win games. Could this be the Clarets' first league win of the season? Natalie, Dave & Tom have all the stats and predictions you need.Please make sure to like, subscribe and turn on notifications to never miss an episode. UTC.~SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoNayNever Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nonaynever Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nonaynevernet/ Newsletter: https://nonaynever.substack.com/ Subscribe to our podcast: https://podfollow.com/no-nay-never-podcastThis Podcast has been created and uploaded by the No Nay Never Podcast. The views in this Podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After a MOTM performance by Yann Sommer for Inter Milan in the Champions League against Real Sociedad, and yet another André Onana howler for Manchester United away to Bayern Munich, Nima Tavallaey and Carlo Garganese discuss. debate and analyze if the Nerazzurri were right to sell the Cameroon shotstopper, replacing him with the Swiss international.This is a clip from the weekly Thursday episode of the Italian Football Podcast.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeUse my special link zen.ai/italianfootball and use italianfootbal to save 30% off your first three months of Zencastr professional. #madeonzencastr
Gregor Robertson, Jonny Northcroft and Martin Samuel join Tom Clarke for a debrief of this weeks Champions league matches. A good week for Arsenal and City, an ok week for Newcastle but another forgettable week for Manchester United.Can you really sub a goalkeeper for tactical reasons?Given the strength in depth and the money in the Premier league, is it now almost a super league in its own right?And Gregor has a new celebrity mate…iTimeline:Man Utd 1' Another bad night for Man Utd. The score was 4-3 but the game was nothing like that. Another defeat, another 6' Onana Gregor analysis the start to Onana's Old Trafford career. “Another new player is wobbling.” 10' Martin recalls the different approaches from various managers he has dealt with towards goalkeepers. He goes on to give an interesting take on pessimists and optimists on the football field. Mourinho didn't want optimists as defenders. 13' Is Onana a good enough footballer, is his defence in front of him good enough. Jonny Northcroft, thinks it could be a mix of the two. Wider concern is the recruitment policy.15' Gregor thinks it isn't the players but players in a dysfunctional set up look worse than they are. 19' Winter of discontent. Man Utd have a generous run of fixtures in the next few weeks if they want to get back on track. But Marti Samuel has written about how this team may still struggle.22' where to start to fix it. Jonny thinks the midfield is the place to begin. He thinks they lack legs, creativity and strength. There is too much pressure on Casimero but he is too old to cover the space in the midfield. Dito Eriksen.23' Players get better when they're not in the team, says Martin. Mason Mount didn't start well but is now touted as the answer. Could Amrabat be the answer, he'll need time to adjust.Arsenal25' Arsenal returned to the Champions league as if they had never been away. Gregor thinks it shows the gulf between the Premier league and the rest of Europe. PSV sold their best player this summer…to Nottingham Forest. The development in the Premier League is such that an English team are automatically going to compete well in the Champions league.27' Arsenal are no longer a prospect, they are ‘there.' Jonny is beguiled by the ‘vibe' from Arsenal, the interplay of players like Odegaard, Trossard, Saka and Jesus was a joy to watch.29' Raya retained his place in goal for Arsenal. Is this going to be the new approach to goalkeepers33' North London derby. Ange revolution v Arsenal on a high.Newcastle38' Do Newcastle need to evolve, will they be able to? What does the result say about the premier league. Newcastle were average but they got a result, in the San Siro. 44' Premier League strength, demonstrated by the players brought to the league and also players sold to other major European clubs. 48' IS the premier league a de-facto super league?Man City50' Jeremy Doku gives Man City a new dimension. Beating men, creating space, staying wide. Are they already favourites. 55' Favourite Champions League moments from the week.58' Gregor is star struck after interviewing Norman Cook - Fat Boy slim Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sam Hutchison hosts this Full time episode of the Manchester is RED Podcast, with Tyrone Marshall's review from the game and Erik ten Hag's press conference in full. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo welcomes Michael Cox, Raphael Honigstein and Duncan Alexander into the studio after the conclusion of Champions League Matchday 1. A sloppy, yet dominant Bayern see off Man United 4-3 in Munich. Hear why United - and Chelsea - aren't actually playing that badly at the moment. Elsewhere in the Champions League, an overawed Newcastle, an on-fire Joao Felix and goalscoring goalkeepers. Arsenal and Tottenham are in great nick ahead of a fixture that always seems to deliver - the North London derby in the Premier League this weekend. Plus Jurgen Klopp's future and the best goals scored at Selhurst Park. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Bayern 4-3 Man Utd (02.30) • PART 1b: Goings on in Group F (12.00) • PART 1c: Barca battering and goalkeeper goals (16.30) • PART 2a: North London derby preview (23.00) • PART 2b: The rest of Sunday's football (32.00) • PART 3: The rest of the Premier League weekend (44.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally *** • Go to shopify.com/totally to take your business to the next level today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zophar is on Wildcard! The trio discuss Man Utd, Newcastle, and picks for Wildcarders/Non Wildcarders in each position along with Pros and Cons of using your Wildcard this week vs future weeks. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Become a Fantasy Football Scout Member: https://bit.ly/FPLWIRE ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Vote for us at the FCA's - Best in Fantasy Football - Podcast https://footballcontentawards.com/voting/ ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
Our Weekend Football Podcast team have been on fire, with 8/10 landing between Mark O'Haire and Adrian Clarke. The dream team join Matchbook's Daniel Hussey to look ahead to Gameweek 6 of the Premier League, plus the best of the EFL and European action. For a summary of all the podcast bets, check out Matchbook Insights. Time Stamps: 02:40 Burnley vs Man Utd 11:14 Arsenal vs Tottenham 19:55 Chelsea vs Aston Villa 27:22 Sheff Utd vs Newcastle 34:57 EFL Bets 38:44 European Bets 42:08 Long-Shots 47:03 Best Bets 18+ | BeGambleAware
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Pádraig Whelan and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Manchester United have made their worst ever start to a Premier League season and it's time for another Old Trafford inquest. How much can we blame the Glazers? Is the squad good enough? And is the clock ticking for Erik ten Hag? And the Champions League is back in our lives. Hurrah! Who are the favourites? Who has dark horse potential? And where does Lazio goalkeeper Ivan Provedal's header rank on the list of great goalkeeper goals? There's also time to chat Xabi Alonso's brilliant Bayer Leverkusen and Inter's thumping victory in the Milan derby.
Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray and Stephen Warnock to react to Manchester United losing 4-3 to Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena. We hear from Alistair Bruce-Ball and Dean Smith at the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal's 4-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven. John Bennett rounds up the rest of the night's Champions League results, including Jude Bellingham's late winner for Real Madrid. And we discuss a busy night of Championship action with Aaron Paul. TIMECODES: 00.27 Manchester United 14.57 Arsenal 22.59 Champions League roundup 25.36 EFL roundup
In this episode Pete Nordsted & Jimmy Kempton go through the weekends action looking for the value. After 5 weeks Pete is 27 Wins, 5 Pushes & 13.5 Losses. Jimmy is 18.5 Wins, 6 Pushes & 21 Losses. On best bets Pete is +4.35pts & Jimmy is +0.33pts. This week matches include Burnley v Man Utd, Arsenal v Spurs & Liverpool v West Ham #BURMUN #ARSTOT #LIVWHU. To find out more of what we do go to http://tradeonsports.co.uk & http://focusedonfootball.co.uk
The lads are back to talk about Man Utd's BIG issues! They create their non-top 6 PL Xl and things get HEATED as they create their Team of the Week! Join Pitch Sides's official Super 6 mini-league now using the code PTCH23: https://super6.skysports.com/league/create-join?code=PTCH23 Full season competition T&CS: https://super6.skysports.com/landing/PitchSideSeasonLongMiniLeaguesCopmetition To watch & listen to the FULL podcast check out the links below Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3bVKnoxSY6jwZvwOf1lNu2 Listen on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/pitch-side/id1586634842 Watch on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjCJ2LaOIsPzOoXUTMDI3wg Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pitchsideinstagram Theo: https://youtube.com/c/HiMalfoy https://youtube.com/c/TheoBakerVlogs Ollie: https://youtube.com/c/reev https://youtube.com/c/OllieFletcher Tom: https://www.youtube.com/@TomGarratt10
On this episode of A Tad Predictable Tadiwa is joined by Producer Guy to preview and predict the upcoming weekend of Premier League action. The pair go through all of matchweek 6, with particular focus on Man Utd and their awful start to the season, and of course the North London derby. Tad & Guy discuss the issues at United with somewhat neutral spectacles on, as the Red Devils are a mess both on and off the pitch. They also create a combined XI for the Arsenal vs Spurs game BASED ON FORM!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-epl-index-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Samuel Luckhurst and Tyrone Marshall come live from the Allianz Arena in Munich to preview Bayern v Man Utd, as well as get Rich Fay's open training report and listen to the pre-game press conferences from Erik ten Hag, Andre Onana and Harry Kane. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ty and Steven dissect the week's Manchester United news, including a full review of their 3-1 humbling at home to Brighton on Saturday, as well as the hopes for the season as well as a deeper look at how Ten Hag was tactically outplayed by Roberto de Zerbi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gregor Robertson, Tony Cascarino and Alyson Rudd join Tom Clarke for the Monday edition of ‘The Game.'The postmortem on Man Utd v Brighton takes centre stage. Brighton were brilliant, a well run well managed club playing great football. Manchester United were the polar opposite in almost every sense. Will matters improve?Are Liverpool title contenders. Gregor and Tony are far from convinced but Alyson is a convert.Chelsea have stalled, no identity, injury prone and yet they have spent a billion pounds. Where next…?Tinkering from Arteta, resilience from Spurs and what are Everton? Finally Alyson caught up with Roy Hodgson to ask if he is becoming a national treasure. Man Utd v Brighton1' Mystic Tony. Tony Cascarino predicted the result and the score of the Man Utd game. No one was surprised by the result. Was it brilliant Brighton or woeful Utd. Or both. Are the problems on the pitch or off…or both. 7' Gregor Alyson and Tony all agree Man Utd are a club in chaos. In stark contrast to Brighton. “Man Utd are paying people to attend their party, Brighton just throw a good party.” 12' off field trouble leaking on to the pitch? Tony thinks there could also be an issue around the type of football that Ten Hag wants to play.Liverpool…title contenders?17' Gregor is so sure. He was at Molineux for Wolves v Liverpool. They are erratic, very poor first half, low in energy. But they have a wealth of riches on the bench and a manager willing to take risks. He thought second half they effectively played 4-2-4, throwing caution to the wind. But is that sustainable? What is their midfield balance. Can Trent defend and is Robertson being shackled? Alyson is convinced. On a bad day Liverpool still got the job done and she sees enormous potential. 25' Tony doesn't think they will challenge. 27' Gary O'Neil gets a bit tick. Sleepy Sunday29' A slow day on Sunday. Alyson was at Bournemouth v Chelsea. A dull nil nil. The two managers cancelled each other out. One creating ordered chaos, the other well-structured and a bit negative. Chelsea didn't have an identity.32' lots of injuries at Chelsea, 12 well known players out. But are those players all important, Gregor isn't so sure.AI and injuries33' Injuries are not just bad luck. In an interesting take Alyson quotes the use of AI to predict potential injuries. She isn't sure the injury list at Chelsea is just bad luck.34' Tony, as an ex blue says the club is in transition. Lots of new players and staff. Everton38' “Everton are a poor version of Dyche's Burnley” Tony is worried by Everton, a team unsure which way they need to play t get a result.Arsenal - Ramsdale or Raya?Is Arteta tinkering too much? Gregor thinks modern football has changed and perhaps interchanging a goalkeeper isn't that unusual. Interesting all three prefer Raya to Ramsdale. West Ham – diving headers46' Tony loves a diving header. Scored a few, but also talks about the technical benefits of a diving header, not giving the keeper time to get set. Spurs v Sheff Utd49' Heart break for Sheff Utd. But is there a quiet Ange revolution going on at Spurs? 51' Has Paul Heckingbottom been harshly treated by the media? Villa comeback56' “Villa now look so dynamic.” “Diaby is a real player.” Roy Hodgson1'00” Alyson recently chatted to Roy again, before he fell ill. He talked about taking a surprise job on, gaining new fans and giving his players freedom. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
John Giles joins Eamon to review the weekend's Premier League fixtures including Man U v Brighton, Wolves v Liverpool and Tottenham v Sheffield.Recorded on Monday 18th September 2023. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Champions League returns! With an air of freshness in it from an English perspective, given Arsenal (2016/17) and Newcastle United (2002/03) make their long-awaited return to Europe's premier competition. Mark O'Haire, Adrian Clarke and Miguel Delaney join Matchbook's Daniel Hussey to preview Matchday 1, plus share their Outright selections. For a summary of all the podcast bets, check out Matchbook Insights. To enter our competition to win a £50 Free Bet, like and comment your Champions League winner on our YouTube Channel. Time Stamps: 02:18 Outright Market 12:45 AC Milan vs Newcastle 21:20 PSG vs Dortmund 28:31 Bayern vs Man Utd 37:45 Real Sociedad vs Inter 45:25 Any Other Bets 49:22 Long-Shots 54:30 Best Podcast Bets 18+ | BeGambleAware
Gary Neville and Peter Drury discuss Arsenal's win over Everton on Merseyside, Manchester United's woes against Brighton, and Chelsea's draw with Bournemouth.
Vicky and Darren are joined this week by Melissa Reddy to discuss whether Manchester United are in crisis stage already after they were thumped by Brighton at Old Trafford.We hail Richarlison's match-winning performance after a difficult week where he opened up about his mental health, we look at Manchester City's fifth win in five and we are joined by The Athletic's James Pearce to assess Liverpool's win at Wolves. Gail Davis sits down with both Mikel Arteta and Andoni Iraola this week while Vicky asks Sean Dyche about Everton's proposed takeover.
Manchester United's famous red shirt is a prime piece of sporting real estate.So why is TeamViewer ending its deal early?What do you buy when you buy the United shirt?And what does it say about the relationship between football and the commercial sector?Welcome to Sports News Upload, with Richard Gillis and Matt Cutler.Unofficial Partner is the leading podcast for the business of sport. A mix of entertaining and thought provoking conversations with a who's who of the global industry. To join our community of listeners, sign up to the weekly UP Newsletter and follow us on Twitter @UnffclPrtnrWe publish two podcasts each week, on Tuesday and Friday. These are deep conversations with smart people from inside and outside sport. Our entire back catalogue of 300 sports business conversations are available free of charge here. Each pod is available by searching for ‘Unofficial Partner' on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher and every podcast app. If you're interested in collaborating with Unofficial Partner to create one-off podcasts or series, you can reach us via the website.
Gregor Robertson, Tony Cascarino and Martin Samuel join Tom Clarke for this episode of The Game.The team address the criticism surrounding Harry Maguire. Tony Cascarino says the situation reminds him of one of his former international colleagues. They go on to discuss the fans response, Maguires reaction and how the player rebuilds his confidence.Looking at England and Judge Bellingham in particular, have England ever had greater strength in depth in the middle of the park? Paul Pogba's situation is briefly discussed.As Brighton head to Old Trafford, with many expecting them to win, Martin secured a rare interview with Brighton chairman Tony Bloom. Brighton are doing more than challenging on the pitch, off it, they are now a set up admired throughout Europe.Finally – lies, damned lies and football stats. Are they worth the paper they are written on?Times:Harry Maguire1'-14' Is the treatment Harry Maguire has had from fans fair?4' – comparisons with Mick McCarthy and his contrasting club and international career6'. Managers trust certain players and stick with them until they let them down.14' Do the media have a case to answer. Are they making Maguire's situation worse.Maguires mum has commented on social media.15' Gregor on Harrys mum.England strength and Jude Bellingham18' Jude Bellingham shone for England at Hampden park. But Gregor says it isn't just physical ability, it is his mentality and mindset which sets him apart.20' Bellingham's positioning for Real and for England. Might England still not be getting the best out of him.22' England's strength in depth, especially in the creative positions.27' Kalvin Philips. Not playing for city but still getting picked for England. Another case of a player Southgate trusts and continues to use.30' Paul Pogba. Is his career heading down the ‘lost talent' route? With a provisional suspension what happens next. Brighton v Man utd32' Big week for Brighton who play Manchester Utd and then head to Athens in Europe. Martin has been speaking with Brighton chairman Tony Bloom. On the pitch they have beaten Utd the last four times they have played, they have a coveted centre forward and an international centre half. They go into the game – at Old Trafford – as favourites. A sign of how far they have come.38' How far can Brighton go? How to make the step up from being viewed as a ‘smaller club' dealing with Europe and the squad strength following the loss of their two main midfielders.48' And what about Man Utd. If they lose is Ten Hag under pressure?“Nice kit, but doesn't look like Man Utd, but neither do the team.”49' Lies, damned lies and football stats.Are football stats worth the paper they're written on Martin wrote a piece addressing possession stats in particular. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Following his public fallout with manager Erik Ten Hag, Jadon Sancho's Manchester United future looks uncertain. Host Ayo Akinwolere is joined by Adam Crafton and Dan Sheldon to explore and debate Sancho's spell at Old Trafford from the promise he showed in Germany prior to making the move through to the present day after being criticised for his performance in training by Ten Hag after Man Utd's 3-1 defeat to Arsenal prior to the international break. Raphael Honigstein also offers up the view from Germany on how things have panned out for the England international since leaving Dortmund for £73m back in 2021. Produced by Guy Clarke Executive Producer: Adey Moorhead *** • This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/ATHLETICFOOTBALL • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/COOLIGANS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Edge of the Box is here to preview the weekend's Premier League action as Jonathan Wilson and George Elek join Dan Bardell to look ahead to the latest round of fixtures.The game of the weekend comes from the Old Trafford as Erik ten Hag's Manchester United host Roberto De Zerbi's Brighton. The panel take an in-depth look at Man Utd's latest signings and how they compare to the likes of Evan Ferguson and Billy Gilmour before discussing the arrival of Ansu Fati and comparing the two sides, with a combined XI.In our Team in Focus feature we focus on Nottingham Forest who have started the Premier League well under Steve Cooper. Forest have been no stranger to the transfer market after, yet again, purchasing a plethora of players and the panel look at how that will impact overall performance. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode Pete Nordsted & Jimmy Kempton go through the weekends action looking for the value. And after 4 weeks Pete is 22.5 Wins, 3 Pushes & 11 losses & Jimmy is 15 Wins, 4 Pushes & 17.5 Losses. This weeks matches include Man Utd v Brighton, West Ham v Man City & Everton v Arsenal #MUNBHA #WHUMCI #EVEARS To find out more of what we do go to http://tradeonsports.co.uk & http://focused on football.co.uk
We're back after the international break! Mark O'Haire and Adrian Clarke join Matchbook's Daniel Hussey to preview this weekend's football action from the Premier League, EFL and Europe. Time Stamps: 00:50 Man Utd vs Brighton 09:44 West Ham vs Man City 18:27 Bournemouth vs Chelsea 27:28 Everton vs Arsenal 34:22 EFL Bets 40:40 European Bets 43:46 Long-Shots 48:54 Best Podcast Bets 18+ | BeGambleAware
Soccer Comic Rant #489 Why Does Everyone Hate Gareth Southgate??? He's the best England Tournament Manager in recent history but all everyone does is complain. Man Utd get a new kit sponsor!!! If Jadon Sancho had just kept his tweet shut!? Which Match is more important England vs Scotland or England vs Ukraine, to England fans? Man Utd vs Brighton Hove. The Premier League returns. Southampton vs Leicester in the championship. Pogba troubles!!! Ian Edwards https://www.instagram.com/ianedwardsc.. https://twitter.com/IanEdwardsComic http://ianedwardscomedian.com/ Neil Chakravarty https://twitter.com/SawyersLawyer https://www.instagram.com/sawyerslawyer/ Martin Harris https://instagram.com/martin_harrisla?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Merch Link OnTheVolleyapparel.com https://onthevolleyapparel.com/collections/soccer-comic-rant Lee Hudson https://www.instagram.com/leehudsonco... https://twitter.com/leehudsoncomedy Aaron Brungardt https://twitter.com/hilAARONous https://www.instagram.com/aaronbrunga
Where we: Chat in the center of South Park's busiest junction which was more than usually busy Discuss yet more VAR muck ups, the big game between Arsenal and Man Utd and the rest of the happenings last weekend Highlight a few international games of interest this week… Linktree for all our socials, email & places to access the podcast: linktr.ee/footyfromthefoot Show Notes: California Trotters: email@example.com @calitrotters on IG, Twitter & Facebook
Welcome to Football is Nice with me, Russell Brand and my co-host, Gareth Roy. This week, Man Utd off the market? Messi's bodyguard, Vanilla Ice and Robbie William's ode to Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou. Come see me LIVE: https://www.russellbrand.com/ Become an Awakened Wonder: https://russellbrand.locals.com/ NEW MERCH! https://stuff.russellbrand.com/ Check out 'Stay Free with Russell Brand' on RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/russellbrand
Sam Matterface is alongside talkSPORT's Alex Crook and former Chelsea defender Scott Minto for the latest on the England side and beyond as the Premier League takes a break for international footballComing up: Should it be 6/6 points for England over the weekend, when will ten Hag catch a break at Man Utd? And We grade the Premier League season so far Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode Dave continues grading the transfer windows of Premier League clubs, this episode it's Liverpool - Wolves. Numerous teams in this section with vital windows as teams like Liverpool rebuilding their entire midfield, West Ham replacing talismans, Man Utd doing weird Man Utd things and much more! And of course the news and gossip. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-epl-index-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the Purely Arsenal podcast where host Jack Sessions (@Jack10Gooner) welcomes regular Neil Shah (@Gooner _70ns) and returning guest from the Arsenal Therapy Podcast Adam Keys (@adamkeys_). We discuss the enthralling 3-1 win against Man Utd. We discuss the line up with Partey's injury and the return of our familiar back 4 top of the agenda. We also speak about the early moments defining Havertz' performance, Rashford's goal and our ability to bounce back quickly. We then focus on some controversial ref decisions, key subs made, the fantastic Declan Rice and much more such as United's time wasting coming back to haunt them! We also review the transfer window and our inability to get money for certain players and how it may have limited our ability to sign a final defender. All this and more! #Partey #Rice #Gabriel #Havertz #Jesus #Odegaard #Saka #Saliba #Eddie #Ramsdale #Vieira #Nelson #Zincehnko #Martinelli #Arsenal #Gunners --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/purelyarsenal/message
Welcome to Football Social Daily! If you haven't already, be sure to give us a follow and a five star rating- it helps us massively! Declan Rice scored for Arsenal as they beat Manchester United 3-1 in a controversial Premier League game at the Emirates. On today's show we'll discuss that result as well as Newcastle and Chelsea's defeats, plus the social media post from Jadon Sancho appearing to hit out at Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag. Twitter: https://twitter.com/FSDPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsocialofficial/ Telegram Group: https://t.me/FootballSocial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Rob Green look at Manchester United's indifferent start to the season. ESPN's Mark Ogden joins the podcast to give us insight into Jadon Sancho's clash with Erik ten Hag following the defeat at Arsenal. They also discuss how far Liverpool could go this season, after they extended their unbeaten run to 15 matches. And does the size of Dominik Szoboszlai's feet mean he's guaranteed to be a success at Anfield? TIMECODES 00:58 Manchester United's indifferent start 15:55 Jadon Sancho 25:30 Liverpool's start to the season 33:28 The size of Szoboszslai's feet
In this episode we relive the dramatic 3-1 win over Man Utd on Sunday. We chat about the opposition approach to the game, Arsenal's reaction to that, going behind, equalising straight away, and of course the late finale in which Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored goals to break United hearts. There's discussion of decisions for the penalty Arsenal were denied, their offside 'goal', Erik ten Hag's reaction to various incidents, and why this was such an important win for the Gunners. Then we have questions about Fabio Vieira and whether he's pressing for a start, Bukayo Saka, corner taking, our transfer predictions in the cold light of day, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha react to Sunday's Premier League games with striker Tash Dowie and The Telegraph's Luke Edwards. Hear from Mikel Arteta and Erik ten Hag after Arsenal stun Manchester United. Catch Jürgen Klopp on Mo Salah and Liverpool's win over Aston Villa. Also hear from Unai Emery, and Roy Hodgson after Crystal Palace edge out Wolves. 03:00 Hot takes of the weekend 05:55 Arsenal stun Man Utd late on 10:35 Mikel Arteta – “It was really emotional” 14:35 Erik ten Hag – “We deserved to win” 21:40 Liverpool sweep aside Aston Villa 24:20 Jürgen Klopp – “It was the perfect 3-0” 25:45 Will Salah stay or go? 33:25 Unai Emery – “We weren't clinical” 35:15 Crystal Palace edge out Wolves 39:10 Nedum's moment of the weekend