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Darren Fletcher is joined by the former Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan and the former Newcastle defender Jonathan Woodgate as it's been confirmed that Steve Bruce will take charge of Newcastle on Sunday for his 1000th match in football management. The panel discuss whether the speculation around his job this week has been fair, how the new owners are going to transform Newcastle and if they will struggle to sign “superstar” players despite now being the richest club in the world. You'll also hear Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career at some point. And the former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot joins the pod to give us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri as he prepares to take his first game as Watford manager against Liverpool. Topics: 1'16” – Steve Bruce on what's happened at Newcastle this week 2'30” – Has the speculation around Steve Bruce's job this week been unfair? 8'12” – How long could the transformation of Newcastle take? 11'23” – Will Newcastle be able to persuade “superstar” players to join them? 16'30” – Should a sporting director be Newcastle's first new signing? 19'00” – Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career 20'36” – What next for Sterling at Manchester City? 27'30” – Could the next month be crucial in Chelsea's bid to become Premier League champions? 36'38” – Melchiot gives us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri
The FC crew discuss the USMNT's comeback win in Columbus against Costa Rica powered by a great goal from Sergino Dest. Plus, the panel debates where Raheem Sterling could land after saying he's open to a move away from Manchester City. The guys also preview crucial weekend matchups in Spain and Germany and Shaka Hislop reveals his international power rankings.
Jonathan Coachman is joined by Martin Green to go over the best bets and predictions for English Premier League Matchday 8 0:00 - Intro 1:30 - Leicester City vs Manchester United 3:05 - Manchester City vs Burnley 4:20 - Norwich City vs Brighton 5:50 - Newcastle vs Tottenham 7:50 - Arsenal vs Crystal Palace Use promo code ‘EDGE' when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! Buy our merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/the-early-edge — ABOUT THE SHOW: Looking for the best picks against the spread and prop plays you can take straight to the pay window? Join Jonathan Coachman on The Early Edge as he speaks with SportsLine's top handicappers to analyze the day's biggest games. From primetime showdowns to off-the-radar action, Early Edge gives you best bets in a quick, informative and easy-to-digest podcast. We promise to keep it short, sweet and to the point as SportsLine's featured experts come together to put some green in your pocket. The Early Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Enable push notifications so you always know when the latest episode is available! Every episode is also available on YouTube, go to youtube.com/channel/UCZmtXolnY7-z9HLiBESjkyQ EVERY PICK BY LARRY HARTSTEIN: https://www.sportsline.com/experts/13773/larry-hartstein/ Follow @SportsLine on Twitter and Instagram Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts and exclusive content, visit https://www.youtube.com/SportsLine Follow our crew on Twitter: @TheCoachrules, @LarryHartstein, @Mike5754, @AllanBell247 and @jacob_hallex You can listen to Early Edge on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Early Edge podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Early Edge podcast." For more betting picks and analysis, visit SportsLine.com To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit CBSSports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's Planet FPL Clash of the Correspondents James is joined by Manchester City fan Jonny Pringle & Burnley correspondent Jack Toner to discuss all the important details at their clubs, the FPL assets within them and preview Saturday's Gameweek 8 meeting between the two at The Etihad. On the last four occasions the sides have met in Manchester City have won 5-0 on each occasion, is there something stylistically between the set up of the teams that means it keeps happening? And could it be 5-0 for a fifth time on Saturday? As usual rotation concerns are discussed with Jonny, his predicted eleven for the weekend is covered and he reveals the City attacking player he will be getting on wildcard this week. Burnley's starting line up is easier to guess and after this weekend they do have a good run of fixtures, Jack reveals the Burnley player he regrets buying and we find out which Burnley player City will be very ware of at the weekend Follow Jonny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FPLPringle Follow Jack on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TurfyTopper Join our Planet FPL mini league, the winner will be invited on to a Planet FPL Podcast next summer! The code is d7mmxw or you can auto join at the link below https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/d7mmxw Coming Up on Friday on Planet FPL - Ask James, streaming live on YouTube at 5pm (UK) with an audio version to follow shortly afterwards ____________________________________________ 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
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The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell and Alejandro Diago. First up and the panel discuss last week's Champions League fixtures including Arsenal's loss to Barcelona and Chelsea's 3-3 draw with Wolfsburg as the panel discuss if Emma Hayes should be concerned about her teams defensive errors. The panel then discuss what was a dramatic derby day in Manchester as Manchester United drew 2-2 with rivals Manchester City. With one manager probably feeling relieved and another one feeling frustrated, what positives can each side take away from the result? Over in Spain and Real Madrid celebrated their first league win and elsewhere Barcelona claimed a 3-0 victory over Atlético Madrid. With the Catalan side still unbeaten, can anybody stop the Primera División champions? Meanwhile in Italy the panel discuss the recent success of Sassuolo in Serie A as thanks to some good football and smart signings they remain unbeaten in the league. And finally, with the Ballon d'Or shortlist announced, the panel discuss who they would like to see win the award, which players are missing from the shortlist and why there was such a lack of player from the USA in the list of nominees.
Pras and Karam join Joe to look ahead to Gameweek 8 and consider how many risks is too many on a wildcard. They also take a spin on the Pep roulette wheel, consider alternative strikers and run through all the usual features, from differentials to fixture frisking.Meanwhile, Pras reveals the latest tinkering with his wildcard. Just how many Manchester City players will he select? And which Chelsea players are the best?━━━━━━━━━━━━━
The Manchester derby did not disappoint. We enjoyed a day out at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday and Tamsin completed her forfeit by wearing the stunning tequila sunrise Manchester City away number. We discuss the pro and cons for both sides of Manchester. Arsenal use their match against Everton for their own Goal of the Season competition, Chelsea scrape a win against a stubborn Leicester side, Reading remember where the goal is, Birmingham City grab a point and please can we have a Hope Powell v Rehanne Skinner rivalry. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Lynsey Hooper is joined by former Matilda, Alicia Ferguson, as well as women's football writer and Sheffield United media officer, Rich Laverty, to talk through game week five of the WSL. This week: Has Gareth Taylor saved his neck with a 2-2 draw in the Manchester derby? Was that really a second yellow card offense from Spurs' Rachel Williams? And if you had to buy one, sub one and sell one from the Ballon d'Or nominee list, who would you pick? All that plus an exclusive interview with Birmingham Captain Louise Quinn who scored the equaliser against West Ham for their first point of the season. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (4.00) PART 2 - Manchester United 2 - 2 Manchester City (5.45) PART 3 - Arsenal 3 - 0 Everton (12.00) PART 4a - Brighton 2 - 1 Spurs (20.45) PART 4b - Chelsea 2 - 0 Leicester City (25.00) PART 4c West Ham 1 - 1 Birmingham City with Louise Quinn (29.00) PART 5a Reading 3 - 0 Aston Villa (42.15) PART 5b - Champions League action past and future, Ballon d'Or nominees and WSL Hall of Fame (43.30) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Potečou do Premier League další petrodolary, navíc poněkud zbarvené krví odpůrců režimu? Převzetí Newcastlu Veřejným investičním fondem Saúdské Arábie není bez kontroverze! Podcast Angličan jde transakci na dřeň.Premier League, nejsledovanější fotbalová liga na světě, eviduje dalšího majitele klubu, který pochází ze země s nízkými demokratickými standardy. Řeč je o kontroverzním nákupu 80 procent akcií Newcastlu United saúdskoarabským Veřejným investičním fondem (PIF), v jehož čele stojí faktický vládce Saúdské Arábie, korunní princ Muhammad bin Salmán. Obchod kritizovala vedle mnohých fotbalových fanoušků a expertů i organizace na ochranu lidských práv Amnesty International nebo katarská televizní společnost beIN Sports.Oficiální převzetí Newcastlu, které klub oznámil 7. října, ukončilo 14letou éru nenáviděného majitele klubu Mikea Ashleyho, během níž tento tradiční klub dokonce dvakrát sestoupil do anglické Championship, tedy druhé nejvyšší soutěže.„Když jsem se o tom převzetí dozvěděl, pomyslel jsem si, že pro fanoušky Newcastlu tedy definitivně končí ta frustrující éra pod Ashleym. Soudě dle spontánních oslav v ulicích města, represivní saúdskoarabský režim místní fanoušky evidentně v dané fázi vyloženě netíží. Podle mě slavili vyloženě odchod Mikea Ashleyho a dál teď prostě nehledí. Nicméně faktem je, že otazníků stran nového majitele je hned celá řada,“ říká Karel Häring, autor magazínu Football Club.„V Newcastlu si oddechli. Nadvládu nepopulárního Ashleyho bych připodobnil ke scénáři, ve kterém by ostravský Baník vlastnil Pražan, který by ten klub navíc ještě vyloženě vysával. Je známo, že Mike Ashley na Newcastlu totiž investorsky vydělával za každou cenu. Ale na druhou stranu se z toho stal byznysově zajímavý prospekt, čehož právě zmiňovaní Saúdští Arabové využili k velkorysé investici,“ přemítá Martin Vait, novinář a moderátor iSport.cz.Podle autora podcastu Jiřího Hoška je reálné, že s příchodem zámožných majitelů, kteří v rámci anglického fotbalového prostředí svým hodnotovým jměním více než desetinásobně převyšují druhý Manchester City, dojde k přepisu finančně-politicko-sportovní mapy Premier League. Zbylé kluby Premier League už dokonce vyjádřily ostrý protest.„98 procent fanoušků Newcastlu se na internetových fórech vyslovilo pro převzetí novými majiteli. Premier League jako instituce potřebovala jakousi formální záruku, že Newcastle nepůjde přímo do vlastnictví nedemokratického státu, v tomhle případě Saúdské Arábie. To se minimálně na papíře zrealizovalo, už tedy nevidím reálnou možnost, jak daný stav ještě zvrátit,“ vysvětluje Martin Vait.Mimochodem, v souvislosti se změnou majitele se v anglických médiích silně spekuluje o tom, že by v „restartovaném“ Newcastlu měl získat jednu z důležitých funkcí Alan Shearer, legendární střelec a bývalý kapitán klubu.V diskusi vyvstala zásadní otázka, zdali se příchod nových, kontroverzních majitelů do sféry Premier League vymyká některým případům z minulých let, mezi které bychom mohli namátkou uvést ruského oligarchu Romana Abramoviče a jeho projekt Chelsea či investory ze Spojených arabských emirátů, kteří si osvojili Manchester City.„Je to určitě jiné než v obou zmiňovaných případech. O Muhammadu bin Salmánovi je například známo, že v roce 2018 odsouhlasil vraždu Džamála Chášakdžího, saúdskoarabského disidenta a novináře, nebo o ní minimálně věděl. Ačkoliv je oficiálně z 80 procent majitelem saúdskoarabský investiční fond PIF, většinovým vlastníkem bude reálně stát,“ tvrdí Karel Häring.„Politicky je to opravdu významný okamžik. Investoři z SAE, tedy majitelé Manchesteru City, svými dalšími investicemi viditelně pozvedli východní část Manchesteru. Postindustriální sever Anglie, kam patří i Newcastle, tak trochu zapomenutá část Anglie, potřebuje takové investice jako sůl. Tito movití arabští investoři mají chuť a prostředky ji zvelebit,“ dodává Martin Vait.A jak je na tom znovuzrozený Newcastle v rámci rozjetého ročníku Premier League? Herně nevýrazné Straky se aktuálně v lize krčí na předposledním, devatenáctém místě. Jedná se o jedno ze čtyř mužstev, která stále čekají na svou první ligovou výhru v letošní sezoně.Podle Karla Häringa se Newcastle v nadcházejícím lednovém přestupovém období nepustí do megalomanských přestupů, ale vnímá nutnost osvěžit kádr alespoň několika posilami. Martin Vait doporučuje ambicióznímu vedení Magpies do klubu urychleně přivést kvalitní krajní obránce a posílit střed zálohy.Jubilejní 100. díl podcastu Angličan nabídl i nevšední kvíz mezi odvěkými vědomostními rivaly Karlem Häringem a Martinem Vaitem. Jak se dá vybudovat z Newcastlu klub, který by kvalitativně zapadl nebo přímo rozšířil tzv. big six? Nejnovější epizoda podcastu Angličan rozebírá i nepřesvědčivý výkon české fotbalové reprezentace s Walesem. Poslechněte si celou epizodu!
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I've had with my guests over the years. This episode focuses on Jurgen Klopp.Liverpool assistant manager Pep Lijnders tells us how Jurgen and his coaches instil the players' inner voice in training. Jurgen's charges can adapt to personnel changes by sticking to a collective philosophy which is drilled into the squad.Jamie Carragher describes Liverpool's amazing 4-0 thrashing of Barcelona in the 2019 Champions League semi-final at Anfield. The Reds trailed 3-0 from first leg, but Jamie contends that Jurgen made his players believe that they could achieve anything.We caught up with Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson in early 2018, just after he had played a vital part in an awesome 4-3 victory over Manchester City. Andy tells us what it's like to play for the legend Klopp, and why he isn't scared to take a creative risk on the field.Brilliant stuff.Graham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ian Cheeseman was the BBC's Manchester City correspondent for nearly 25 years and has been a fan all of his life. Here he hosts his weekly podcast, Forever Blue, where all things Man City are discussed. For this episode, sponsored by www.charleslouis.co.uk Ian is joined by the General Secretary of Manchester City Official Supporters Club Kevin Parker plus Adam P from the Forever Blue podcast squad. They discuss the implications of the Saudi takeover at Newcastle, how good City are right now, the work of he City matters group and what we can expect from City's next batch of games If you'd like to support Ian's work you can message him by DM on twitter @iancheeseman
Scott and Chris start your Saturday with laughs and great guests. This week they chat to James Blunt, Nish Kumar plays the Upside Down Quiz, Manchester City's Georgia Stanway tells us some of her favourite things in The Best, and we have a classic Kid Review of Meat Loaf by 8-year-old Libby.
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with the Poetry in Motion podcast. Joined by Joe Rimmer and Hannah Pinnock, they back over the draws with Brentford, and particularly, with Manchester City, and where it leaves Liverpool going into the second international break. Mohamed Salah's magical goal was the highlight of that latter match, and it only underlined the need for Liverpool to tie up his new contract as soon as possible. That's a big talking point of the podcast, as is whether Jurgen Klopp's squad is short in certain areas now that injuries have already started to bite. Order the Liverpool ECHO's 48-page souvenir special, ‘Salah: Our Egyptian King', to celebrate magical Mo making it 100 Premier League goals for the Reds, right here: https://shop.regionalnewspapers.co.uk/salah---our-egyptian-king-1278-p.asp
The Premier League's equivalent of La Liga's El Classico, Liverpool vs Manchester City, lived up to the billing, Jack Grealish is a hypebeast, Mo Salah is underrated, Solskjær's favorite formation is 4231, Hwang Hee Chan is as good irl as he is in FIFA, Claudio Ranieri is back in the Prem for now and much more! Time Stamps: 00:35 - Storylines from Liverpool vs Manchester City 06:00 - Is Jack Grealish a good fit for Man City? 15:55 - Should Mo Salah be in the conversation for current best player in the world? 24:30 - What is Manchester United's weakness that's causing them to drop points these past few weeks? 31:00 - Our takes on Solskjær's tactics 43:50 - Man U need to adapt to having Ronaldo in the starting 11 47:05 - Hwang Hee Chan goal alert 50:05 - Claudio Ranieri back in the Premier League to manage Watford! We want to thank everyone for supporting the show!!! Follow Us: https://twitter.com/ThePremierPod https://www.instagram.com/thepremierpod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/yashbhika https://twitter.com/Haukpun Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yash10/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/haukpun/?hl=en MUSIC: Title: Buddha Artist: Kontekst Genre: Hip Hop & Rap Mood: Bright Download / Stream / Support: http://bit.ly/2Pe7mBN
On this week's Planet FPL Clash of the Correspondents James is joined by Brentford fan Tom Medd and Chelsea fan Ted Maw to discuss their clubs, the best FPL assets from them and preview the Gameweek 8 encounter between the two. The Bees have impressed so far in their debut Premier League season and find themselves in the top half. Who does Tom believe is the best defensive asset to own in FPL? And what does he make of the front two Bryan Mbuemo and Ivan Toney? Is it viable to invest in both!? Should there be caution with Mathias Jensen and Yoane Wissa potentially about to be integrated into the starting line up and could that mean a change of formation is in the offering? While for Ted's Chelsea it's becoming as difficult to predict their line-up as it is to predict that of title challengers Manchester City. What does Ted make of the Marcos Alonso and Ben Chilwell situation at left wing-back? Does the headache mean it's better to ignore both and if so who are the best defensive Chelsea defensive assets to own? Plus why Romelu Lukaku will be difficult to go without for those who don't own, how far can these two clubs can go respectively this season and if there is any animosity between the two clubs ahead of their first West London Premier League meeting... Follow Tom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FPLDummyTom Follow Ted on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RotationFPL Join our Planet FPL mini league, the winner will be invited on to a Planet FPL Podcast next summer! The code is d7mmxw or you can auto join at the link below https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/d7mmxw Coming Up on Friday on Planet FPL - Ask James, streaming live on YouTube at 3pm (UK) with an audio version to follow shortly afterwards ____________________________________________ 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
We talk the biggest match of the season so far! Liverpool vs. Manchester City did not disappoint and we discuss the match, we discuss the league, Manchester United's Ole problem, Ronaldo's influence, we get into a heated debate about Mbappe and his possible future with Real Madrid, international break and UEFA League of Nations and more!
Manchester City went into Anfield and not only came out with a point, but arguably outplayed Liverpool in a matchup against one of the Blues' staunchest rivals for both the Premier League and Champions League. It was a match full of tactical nuance and adjustments, with both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp tweaking their strategy throughout the game. We talked about all those intricacies, from the original lineup selection to how the front line worked together and much more. This conversation features Kevin Nelson, Joe Ricci, and Andrew Dettmer, who also focus on some standout individual performances and respond to listener questions. Resources that reinforce some of the concepts on this podcast Football Made Simple tactical analysis video Coaches' Voice tactical analysis article Gareth Cooper's tweet on match statistics Twitter Maine Road Ramble - @MaineRoadRamble Kevin Nelson - @Kevin_N_Nelson Andre Dettmer - @AndrewDettmer Joe Ricci - @ViewsOfABlue You can also contact us at email@example.com with any inquiries, thoughts, or questions. We hope you enjoy the show and thanks for the support!
It's a special one this week, as Patrick van Straaten is joined by Sam Obaseki and, making his first and possibly last appearance as a guest on the podcast, Sonny Snelling! Of course with Sonny on, the first topic of discussion is Spurs. Is Nuno the right man for the job, should they have sold Harry Kane in the summer, and will they qualify for Europe this season? Then they talk Liverpool v. Manchester City, arguably the best Premier League game in a very long time, with Phil Foden, Mo Salah, Bernardo Silva and Rodri all getting some love, before a brief chat about Claudio Ranieri taking over at Watford - is he doomed? They round off by deciding who has been player of the season so far. Sonny surprises everyone by naming a West Ham player. Enjoy!
Josh Williams and David Hughes are back with another Q & A special, diving into listener and viewer questions after analysing Liverpool's thrilling 2-2 draw with Manchester City. Who will replace Jurgen Klopp if he leaves Liverpool in 2024? Which potential free agent should Klopp sign next summer? What's happening with Jordan Henderson's position? And just how important is Alisson Becker? All those questions are answered and more, and make sure to tune back in next week for part 2.Order the Liverpool ECHO's 48-page souvenir special, ‘Salah: Our Egyptian King', to celebrate magical Mo making it 100 Premier League goals for the Reds, right here: https://shop.regionalnewspapers.co.uk/salah---our-egyptian-king-1278-p.asp
RETURN OF THE MAC! Joey is back to join Mulv in the booth and talk all things Manchester City. We discuss the crazy week of big games including Chelsea, PSG, and Liverpool. We wrap up with a segment on Top Tier/Bottom Tier American PL Fans.
What's up, everybody! Kickin' It Stateside coming at you with a Tuesday edition of the show where we plan to discuss this past weekend's games in the Premier League where we saw the best game of this young season as Liverpool and Manchester City played to a 2-2 draw in a wild contest. Lived up to the billing no doubt! Also, the Watford coaching carousel continues to go round and round as current manager Xisco Munoz was sacked Sunday only to have them bring in former Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri. Does this change anything with Watford or are they still the laughingstock of the league? Since 2015 Watford has had 8 different managers! Yikes! Let's talk about it. - Besides the Liverpool/Manchester City thriller, we had a full slate of matches! Manchester United played Everton to a 1-1 draw (but why didn't Ronaldo start?!), Chelsea moves to the top of the Premier League table with a 3-1 win over 10-man Southampton, Arsenal/Brighton match finished how everyone thought to a 0-0 draw, and what a win for new boys Brentford defeating West Ham on the road 2-1 to shut (Adam) up. Good stuff from the Bees! -Finally, our beloved USMNT is back this week! The October window for World Cup Qualifying continues with a massive home fixture against Jamaica on Thursday night. Anything less than 3 points is a failure, right? Right! And last but not least our Red Card- Yellow Card segment. See who we put on notice!
Its been an eventful week in Women's Football hasn't it just. In the WSL, Manchester City's miserable league form continues, Teflon Gareth is frustrating Cityzens and Charlotte is ready to explode! Meanwhile, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton, Spurs and Manchester United have happier weekends but we're still worried about Reading, is it time for Kelly Chambers to get a run out?! Plus, we respond to the NWSL revelations and stand in solidarity with our pals across the pond. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Joining Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper it's former Lioness defender Laura Bassett to talk through game week four of the WSL. This week: Is that one defeat too many for City? Are the Gunners just too good? And will Reading ever score? All that plus an exclusive interview with Erin Cuthbert. Running order: PART 1 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (03.44) PART 2a - Manchester City 0 - 2 West Ham (11.05) PART 2b - Aston Villa 0 - 4 Arsenal (20.08) PART 3a Chelsea 3 - 1 Brighton with Erin Cuthbert (23.14) PART 3b - Leicester 0 - 2 Tottenham (36.42) PART 3c - Birmingham City 0 - 2 Manchester United (40.10) PART 3d - Reading 0 - 3 Everton (44.07) PART 4a - Statement on men's World Cup timing (47.09) PART 4b - Last season's FA Cup this season (47.36) PART 4c - Champions League action and a Manchester derby to come (48.50) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Aaron Hindhaugh and Meg Wilson. First up and the panel discuss last weekend's games from the Women's Super League, including another win for Arsenal and Spurs as they both sit at the top of the table. In addition with Manchester City having now lost three games in the league, does this team have what it takes to climb back up the table? Over in Spain and Real Madrid are still without a win in the Primera División as the panel discuss whether alarm bells are now officially ringing for the side. Meanwhile in the Frauen-Bundesliga with Wolfsburg having dropped points in their draw with Freiburg, despite it being so early in the season, could the result prove to be costly in the long run? In addition, with the group stage of the Champions League kicking off this week, the panel discuss some of the blockbuster fixtures that await along with some predictions. And finally, with news breaking from the National Women's Soccer League in the USA regarding misconduct allegations, the panel discusses how the world of football has reacted. Also, with more news regarding a potential biennial World Cup, what implications could this have on the sport?
The squad sits down after Chris runs across his kitchen celebrating Mo Salah's brilliant goal to talk Manchester City's ability to leave Anfield with a point, Everton's audacity to expose Manchester United, Andros Townsend making enemies, repenting Jacob, our first manager sacking, Prediction League, listener questions and an undecorated Jamaican apartment. 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
Was Salah's Goal the Best Ever? | The Redmen TV PodcastPaul, Chris & James are here with this week's Podcast, where we discuss the fallout from Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Manchester City on Sunday. Was Mo Salah's goal the best ever?Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WE'RE BACK after our 2 week hiatus! Pro Tip: 2-3 nights in Las Vegas is more than enough. The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future -- gotta see wassup with this delta variant) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: "Ted Lasso" and the EPL reach a licensing deal. It's a little late but welcomed of course. Neymar went viral poking fun at the mass social media outage of 2021. Liverpool fans and Manchester United fans got some reprioritizing to do. UEFA and women's leagues across Europe have joined forces to criticise FIFA's proposal to hold men's and women's World Cups every two years.Not Cool Moment of the Week: Absolutely bombshell revelations that longtime NWSL coach Paul Riley plied multiple players on his teams with alcohol and engaged in sexual coercion and harassment, in addition to more harassment concerning players' weight and sexuality.Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: USMNT Qualifiers: Who made the cut and who didn't. Carlos Bocanegra inducted into Hall of Fame. NE Revolution clinch MLS Eastern ConferenceFemale Intended Play: See "Not Cool Moment of the week". Only made sense to primarily focus the NWSL this week. We stand in solidarity with the players of the league. Remember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
Alex and Javier returned earlier than usual to recap a hectic weekend of Premier League results going into the start of this latest international break. Liverpool and Manchester City played out an eventful 2-2 draw at Anfield, while Manchester United dropped points at home yet again this time to Everton, and Chelsea righted the ship with a tough fought 3-1 win at home over Southampton. The guys also discussed Arsenal's hiccup away at Brighton, Tottenham's well timed recovery win over Aston Villa, and much much more! Social Media: Twitter | Instagram Featuring Alex Moss Javier Arevalo Intro/Outro Music Love Syndrome - Enamour
If you thought things were bad at Paris Saint-Germain following the loss to Stade Rennais last weekend, well, Kylian Mbappé dropped a bomb on his way out the door for international duty. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by James Teague to discuss Mbappé's interview with RMC Sport and L'Equipe in which he confirms he did ask to leave PSG and so much more. Up first, James and I give our initial reaction to the interview and our take on the revelation that Mbappé asked to leave for Real Madrid at the end of July. Why did he wait until there was a month left in the transfer window and why did he choose now to do an interview? Should PSG have sold Mbappé last summer when there was no progress on his contract extension? The conversation continues with us discussing whether Mbappé is using the media to change the narrative around his contract situation. Having already been jeered at the Parc des Princes this season by PSG fans, Mbappé appears desperate to come across as he tried everything to help his hometown club even as he lines up a move to Madrid. Regarding the interview with L'Equipe, Mbappé continued to burn bridges at PSG. He admitted to calling Neymar Jr. a "tramp" for not passing him the ball. He also expressed concern over comments made by club president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who said that he wouldn't let Mbappé leave on a free transfer. Overall, he painted the picture that PSG is a prison and showed other potential transfer targets that if they sign a long-term contract with the capital club, they better be prepared to see out the entire deal. In typical Mbappé fashion, he left the door open ever so slightly for potentially remaining at PSG—even though we all know that's a lie but again, Mbappé doesn't want to tarnish his image. "If I was told that [Lionel] Messi was going to play at PSG, I wouldn't have believed it," Mbappé told L'Equipe. "So you never know what's going to happen." So, what does this all mean? We conclude the show by debating whether or not Mbappé could be sent to Real Madrid in January when the transfer window opens, or if PSG would send him to the reserves since he can't control his emotions when a teammate doesn't pass him the ball when he feels they should. One thing we know for sure is, PSG didn't sanction these interviews. Mbappé went rogue and created drama at a time when it really isn't needed. Just last week, PSG defeated Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League, and instead of talking about that or what Mauricio Pochettino needs to do to maximize the squad's potential, we're talking about Mbappé drama. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. We're also on Discord! Come join PSG fans from around the world and have your opinion heard. Support this podcast
Liverpool proved without a shadow of a doubt in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City that they have a starting XI to compete with the best. But do they have have the depth to beat City and Chelsea to the title? After much discussion across the summer over the strength of the Reds' squad, we now have seven Premier League games to answer whether they do or not. And that's the basis for the latest Liverpool.com podcast, hosted by Matt Addison and featuring Charlotte Coates and debutant Emmet Gates. Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith analyse Liverpool and Manchester City's dramatic draw in the Premier League on our Monday Night Club edition of the pod. The panel discuss Phil Foden's impressive performance on the left wing for Man City and whether Pep Guardiola should keep him in that position in future. After his stunning goal, is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now and should Liverpool extend his contract? And The Athletic's Italian football expert James Horncastle joins the pod to give us an insight into Claudio Ranieri, as he's appointed Watford's new manager. TOPICS: 2'10” - Analysis of Manchester City's tactics in the first half 6'00” – Chat on Phil Foden's performance and on what his best position is 13'43” – Is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now? 21'24” – Is it a four horse title race? 23'40” – Are Manchester United's coaching staff getting the best out of the squad? 34'53” – Reaction to Claudio Ranieri being appointed Watford's new manager
First off, if you're in need of bad puns, this is the episode for you! Taylor is back to chat with Graham and Ryan about the biggest games from the weekend! 1) Liverpool v Manchester City was a classic, even if the officiating was not (according to Pep) 2) Atletico Madrid v Barcelona: Simeone's side were dominant, Koeman's side were coached from a phone, and Suarez got his revenge. 3) Atalanta v Milan: No Zlatan. No gold car. No problem. Milan was dominant and won the first 86 minutes 3-0 before losing the final 4+ minutes 2-0. A net 3-2 means all 3 points! 4) El Trafico lives up to its name... in that the final 30 minutes dragged on for a while and everyone seemed to wish they were home watching TV. Sponsors! BetterHelp! Unload stressors and get some unbiased feedback with BetterHelp. Head to betterhelp.com/TSS to get 10% off your first month! American Giant! Get 15% off your new favorite tees at american-giant.com/TSS! Wealthfront! To get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/TSS! MyFitnessPal! Start your Premium Membership right now at tss.myfitnesspal.com and use code TSS to get a one-month premium membership for free! Indochino! Get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more by using code TSS at Indochino.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Pearce and Simon Hughes from The Athletic join Steve Hothersall after a thrilling 2-2 draw with Manchester City. On the podcast today, we ask, was Mo Salah's goal the best ever scored at Anfield and as contract talks continue, what exactly is he worth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Musa and Ryan begin with the story that rocked the NWSL: Paul Riley was fired by the North Carolina Courage after former players said that he sexually coerced them dating back to 2010, with NWSL commissioner Lisa Baird and general counsel Lisa Levine also leaving their posts (07:53). Then, it's on to three special games this weekend, starting with an epic battle at Anfield between Liverpool and Manchester City (15:12), a vintage Atlético Madrid performance over Barcelona at the Wanda Metropolitano (35:13), and Eintracht Frankfurt's first win at Bayern in 21 years (51:58). There's also a roundup of some other key results in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, and Ligue 1, where Rennes halted PSG's 100 percent start to the season with a 2-0 victory. Host: Ryan Hunn and Musa Okwonga Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Elisheva Wimberly Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nedum Onuoha joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to break down Liverpool's entertaining 2-2 draw against Manchester City including Mohamed Salah's amazing goal and Bernardo Silva's impact. Plus, they talk about Nedum's bass audition for Man City superfan Noel Gallagher. They also look back at the weekend where Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and PSG all lost and Juls explains why he refuses to say Ronald Koeman's name.
Join Ian Doyle, Theo Squires, Sean Bradbury and host Matt Addison for the Blood Red podcast as they discuss all the big talking points from the thrilling 2-2 draw between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. They also talk the magnificence of Mohamed Salah after his breathtaking assist and goal against City, and his contract situation, as well as debating Liverpool's season so far and the title race as we head into the latest international break.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
This week on the OneFootball podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and special guest David Mooney. It's a special episode in which the panel reflect on Sunday's enthralling match at Anfield, where Liverpool and Manchester City played out an absorbing 2-2 draw. Is Mohamed Salah the best player in the world right now? Should James Milner have been sent off? And how good is Phil Foden? All of those questions - and more! - are answered here.
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Troy Townsend to review the weekend's Premier League action. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Grant has a fun interview with Santiago Muñoz, the El Paso-born 19-year-old forward for Newcastle United (27:38) who scored the goal of the tournament for Mexico at the 2019 Under-17 World Cup, where El Tri finished runner-up behind Brazil. They discuss his history in El Paso/Ciudad Juárez (where he became friends with Ricardo Pepi), his discovery at Alianza de Fútbol and signing by Santos Laguna, his loan move to Newcastle, his eerily similar name and story compared to the character of the Goal movies, his thoughts on whether he wants to play at senior level for Mexico or the USMNT and much more. Before that, Grant and Chris break down the weekend, including the latest in the NWSL abuse scandals, a big week ahead for the USMNT and the electric 2-2 tie between Liverpool and Manchester City. Music: Get full access to Fútbol with Grant Wahl at grantwahl.substack.com/subscribe
Ben Haines is joined by Jermaine Beckford, Gary Caldwell and Luke Edwards to discuss Sunday's talking points. They break down the extraordinary 2-2 draw between Liverpool and Manchester City, touch upon why Pep Guardiola was unhappy with numerous incidents and of course appreciate Mo Salah's superb goal. Both managers' post-match interviews are reflected on, before a debate about Watford sacking Xisco Munoz with Hornets fan Jacob Culshaw. Conversation turns to Steve Bruce and whether he'll suffer the same fate and Gary gives his insight of working on Newcastle's training ground over the summer before explaining his new role working with Manchester City's loan players. Guillem Balague stops by with the latest on Ronald Koeman's situation at Barcelona before a discussion around what's going so wrong for Manchester City in the WSL and what's going so right for Arsenal. 02:50 – Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City review 07:18 – Pep Guardiola interview 12:30 – Jurgen Klopp interview 16:45 – Sunday's other results 20:45 – Watford sacking Xisco Munoz 30:20 – Is Steve Bruce next? 34:20 – Discussion on loan players and Gary's role at City 41:40 – Latest on Koeman and Barcelona with Guillem Balague 47:15 – City's struggles and Arsenal's 100% start in the WSL
Robbie Mustoe & Robbie Earle recap Match Round 7 in the Premier League discussing the following:(0:45) Liverpool and Manchester City showing their class as they played out to an entertaining 2-2 draw at Anfield(15:45) Manchester United continuing to drop points in disappointing fashion against an Everton side continuing to impress(29:25) Chelsea going top of the table thanks to Timo Werner's winner(35:55) Tottenham putting an end to their 3-match losing streak after a victory against Aston Villa(41:00) Xisco Muñoz sacked by Watford only 7 matches into the season following Watford's loss to Leeds(46:40) Crystal Palace and Leicester City drawing 2-2 at Selhurst Park and why both sides have had a mixed start to the season(53:15) Brentford continuing their surprising start to the season after a 2-1 win at West Ham(55:45) Raul Jimenez & Hee-Chan Hwang combining on both goals for Wolves as Newcastle's misery continues(58:15) Brighton and Arsenal's scoreless draw at the Amex and what to make of Arsenal through 7 matches(1:01:30) And the battle at the bottom between Burnley and Norwich that ended scoreless at Turf Moor
Ben Haines is joined by the former Tottenham and Birmingham City right-back Stephen Kelly and EFL presenter Nubaid Haroon to discuss the big stories from Saturday's matches in the Premier League. Find out why Everton midfielder Andros Townsend decided to copy Cristiano Ronaldo's trademark goal celebration in their 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Following a mixed day for Ben Chilwell in Chelsea's 3-1 win over Southampton, Stephen gives us an insight into how hard it can be for players to perform for their domestic clubs after being away at a major tournament for their national teams. After Daniel Craig said he thought Jurgen Klopp would make a great James Bond this week, the panel pick their “Bond villains” from the world of football. And we look ahead to the huge match between Liverpool and Manchester City - commentary from 4.30pm on 5 Live Premier League Sunday. Topics: 2'00” – Andros Townsend's celebration 4'00” – Townsend's interview explaining the celebration 7'48” – Is there a lack of game management at Manchester United? 15'00” – A lucky escape for Chelsea? 19'00” – Is there too much expectation on Ben Chilwell following the summer? 23'00” – Brighton continue to impress 25'33” – Would Jurgen Klopp make a good James Bond? 27'00” – Who would make a good Bond villain from the world of football? 28'00” – Liverpool v Manchester City – the best attack against the best defence?
The FC crew discuss the future of Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman and if he can turn around the club's fortunes, starting with this weekend's matchup against Atletico Madrid. Should Lionel Messi have lied down behind the wall in PSG's win over Manchester City? And what's wrong with Kai Havertz and Jadon Sancho?
Ryan, Graham, and Joe are back discussing the Champions League - and what a slate of midweek games it was! We chatted about PSG's win over Manchester City, Sheriff Tiraspol's historic victory at Real Madrid, AC Milan's misfortune against Atlético Madrid, and much, much, much more. Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... The NBA! This episode is sponsored by the NBA and their quest to advance the game of basketball, grow the community, and impact culture. That's the NBA. That's Game! Helix Sleep! Get up to $200 off all mattress orders and two free pillows by going to HelixSleep.com/TSS. DirecTV! DIRECTV STREAM brings your live TV and on demand favorites together like never before. Visit directv.com to learn more! CrowdHealth! Get both your first month of CrowdHealth and their fitness wearable for free by going to JoinCrowdHealth.com/fit and entering code TSS. SeatGeek! You can get $20 off tickets at SeatGeek by using code TSS on the SeatGeek app or SeatGeek.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices