Grab a bowl because the boys have a big ole pot of analysis for ya after Real Madrid win a fantastic back and forth game at the death in Milan against the Italian champions (40:01), and Payton tries to take some silver lining from his teams' capitulation in the Nou Camp to the unstoppable Bavarians (5:13). Also, Mark gives his predictions for Real Madrid's match this Sunday against Valencia in the infamous Mestalla (1:07:26), and Payton has revenge on the mind as Barcelona face Granada, the side who knocked them out of title contention in La Liga last year (1:11:53).
Jimbo welcomes along Duncan Alexander, Tom Williams and Natalie Gedra as the Champions League gets back into full swing. Manchester United are upset away at Young Boys. Do they lack personality in the Champions League? And will Solskjaer learn from his mistakes? Elsewhere, PSG continue to play as individuals, Man City don't need a striker because they keep improving as a team. And the Nou Camp is the new Turf Moor. The Premier League weekend promises plenty. Matt Jones from The Blue Room talks to us about learning to love Rafa Benitez at Everton. Plus the origin of the term Route One. And the two big exits in football this week – Chris Hughton and Dani Alves. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Young Boys 2-1 Man Utd (03m 30s) • PART 1b: Club Brugge 1-1 PSG (10m 00s) • PART 2a: Man City 6-3 Leipzig (17m 00s) • PART 2b: Elsewhere in the Champions League (23m 00s) • PART 3a: Spurs v Chelsea preview (34m 00s) • PART 3b: A look at Leeds, Norwich and the first ever televised game (41m 30s) • PART 4a: Everton's excellent start with Matt Jones (49m 30s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (57m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (63m 30s) • PART 6: Hughton out and Alves out (66m 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
Join Mark and Payton as they try to make sense of the strange Kylian Mbappe transfer situation (1:30), before digging into some actual completed transfers and meaty weekend La Liga action as Real Madrid win an exciting game in Seville during an end to end game against Real Betis (18:24), and Barcelona take care of business at the Nou Camp against Getafe (40:55). Correction: Eduardo Camavinga is 18, not 20.
Lionel Messi, the world's greatest footballer, will play for Paris Saint Germain this season after a remarkable roller-coaster week that started with him on the verge of renewing his contract at Barcelona before someone pointed out the Nou Camp outfit were completely broke.Messi, after a tearful exit, will take a pay cut at the Parc des Princes as the Qatari owners pull off an incredible transfer coup just when it looked like the Argentine might be out of reach. As if that wasn't enough drama, there are court cases brewing in Spain as a cabal of clubs, behind the back of Barca and Real Madrid, look to secure their short-term future with a deal with an American venture capitalist fund. It's all getting very ugly.It's not just Spain with the juicy transfer stories. Manchester City have made Jack Grealish the most expensive footballer in English history, Romelu Lukaku is returning to Chelsea and Harry Kane is trying to force an exit from Spurs. It's hard to imagine how the action on the pitch will compare.We cast an eye over the Premier League's opening weekend fixtures and hazard a guess at who'll be going down and if anyone can catch Pep Guardiola's champions.Part one ends with our favourite topic; new kits. There are some dreadful efforts this year which we give a right good roasting.After the break, we review the final days of the Tokyo Olympics, including gold for Ireland in the boxing, poop-needing speed walkers and careless marathon runners. It's been a blast Japan, the countdown to Paris 2024 begins.We end the show with some half-hearted chat about the Lions' boring tour of South Africa and the decision of certain NFL players not to get the Covid-19 vaccine.Enjoy the show!Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan
Barcelona says Argentine superstar Lionel Messi will not sign a new deal with Barcelona, ending his two-decade stay at the Nou Camp.The club says despite FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi has reached an agreement and the clear intention of both parties to sign a new contract today, this cannot happen because of financial and structural obstacles.The club added that FC Barcelona expresses its gratitude to the player for his contribution to the aggrandisement of the club and wishes him all the very best for the future in his personal and professional life.
El nou president del Rugby Club Sitges en la seva etapa de jugador (foto Jaume Andreu) Saludem el nou president del Rugby Club Sitges, Alejandro Villarreal. El club acaba de tancar una etapa que ha pogut culminar amb el nou camp a Pins Vens i en aquest sentit els nous dirigents volen potenciar el fet de disposar de la nova instal.lació per crèixer a nivell d’escola, masa social i en un futur, qui sap, poder dur l’equip sènior a la màxima divisió del rugby estatal. Villarreal reconeix ser ambiciós i que no li ha costat poder trobar el grup de treball que estarà al capdavant del club els propers anys, als que ha definit com a bons professionals. El nou president del Rugby Club Sitges també ha explicat que la temporada vinent ja no tindran la recent creada secció d’hoquei, malgrat que el nou club que neix podrà seguir entrenant a les instal.lacions del camp de Pins Vens. Escolteu-lo http://continguts.radiomaricel.cat/continguts/2021/07/15/alejandro_15072021.mp3 L'entrada Alejandro Villarreal, nou president del Rugby Club Sitges: “hem de consolidar-nos a la Divisió d’Honor B i el nou camp ens ha de permetre crèixer com a club” ha aparegut primer a Ràdio Maricel de Sitges. 107.8 FM.
El nou president del Rugby Club Sitges en la seva etapa de jugador (foto Jaume Andreu) Saludem el nou president del Rugby Club Sitges, Alejandro Villarreal. El club acaba de tancar una etapa que ha pogut culminar amb el nou camp a Pins Vens i en aquest sentit els nous dirigents volen potenciar el fet de disposar de la nova instal.lació per crèixer a nivell d’escola, masa social i en un futur, qui sap, poder dur l’equip sènior a la màxima divisió del rugby estatal. Villarreal reconeix ser ambiciós i que no li ha costat poder . . . → Llegir més: Alejandro Villarreal, nou president del Rugby Club Sitges: “hem de consolidar-nos a la Divisió d’Honor B i el nou camp ens ha de permetre crèixer com a club” L'entrada Alejandro Villarreal, nou president del Rugby Club Sitges: “hem de consolidar-nos a la Divisió d’Honor B i el nou camp ens ha de permetre crèixer com a club” ha aparegut primer a Ràdio Maricel de Sitges. 107.8 FM.
In this episode we talk about Danny's time at Leeds playing with Rio Ferdinand, Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka and Jonathan Woodgate, his Champions League debut against Barcelona at the Nou Camp infront of 90,000 people, playing against Man United at Old Trafford, why Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer is the smartest player he's ever seen, the nine groin operations across three seasons that killed his dreams of playing at the top level and his coaching influences and philosophies.
It's the episode Sachin has been dreading but knew he'd eventually have to do - yes, that's right, it's time for a full-on chat about Manchester United. Fortunately for this podcast's Liverpool-supporting host, he is joined by a wonderful guest to do just that - TalkSport presenter Andy Goldstein. Andy is at his warm and funny best as he reflects on following the club that's won the lot and then some, a love affair that started for him in the early 1980s when United weren't actually that good but still did enough to captivate this particular lad from London. Two huge figures in United's history played a role in that - the late, great Sir Matt Busby and Bryan Robson. Andy talks about meeting both men and what it's like to be able to continue spending time with the latter in his capacity as a presenter for MUTV. His take on this is rather sweet – and hilarious. It's then onto the 1990s and what was a truly golden era for all United fans. Great moments, great players, a great manager and an absurd number of trophies, with the peak undeniably being THAT treble in 1999. Andy can remember exactly where he was and what he felt when Ole Gunnar Solskjær sealed it at the Nou Camp and, not surprisingly, is happy to talk about it at length. He also shares a host of great stories, including the frankly astonishing tale of how he turned down a lift from Sir Alex Ferguson, as well as going through his all-time United XI and giving a truly excellent answer to the final question. So download, listen and love. And after you have, please Rate and Review. It would mean a lot. Cheers!
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. Our show starts in Germany, more specifically in Dortmund, as Borussia Dortmund host Sevilla in their second-leg Champions League Last-16 clash. The hosts are 6th in the Bundesliga following their disappointing collapse against Bayern Munich at the weekend. They could be without star man Erling Haaland for this game against Sevilla, but have a formidable home record in the UCL this year with five wins and two draws from seven. Their opponents are 4th in La Liga after suffering four defeats in their last five games. They're unbeaten in their last six Champions League games. Also on Tuesday, Italian champions Juventus will need to overcome a 2-1 first-leg defeat at the Dragao when they take on Porto. Andrea Pirlo's side are 3rd in Serie A and look unable to catch Inter in top spot in the race for the Scudetto. This game against Portuguese opposition could decide the manager's legacy – and cut his tenure short. Sergio Conceicao's men are unbeaten in seven games away from home, but were beaten 3-1 by Manchester City during the group stage of the competition. Currently second in the Portuguese league, a win over Juve here would be a major coup for the 2004 winners. Wednesday's hive of football fun begins in the north east of England at the home of the English champions. They won't be retaining their domestic title this season. Jurgen Klopp's side are 8th in the Premier League, and have suffered an incredible six league defeats in a row at Anfield, among a run of eight winless games. They've also only scored two goals in the process. Their opponents, RB Leipzig, still understand there's an uphill task for them to overcome their first-leg defeat at the RedBull Arena. Julian Nagelsmann's side are 2nd in the Bundesliga, with their 3-0 win over Freiburg taking their winning run to four games in a row. The final Champions League game this week could be an absolute classic. French champions Paris Saint-Germain play Barcelona at the Parc des Princes. Maurico Pochettino's men are only second in Ligue 1 but bounced back from their defeat to Monaco with three wins in a row. They arrive into this fixture with a healthy aggregate lead from the second leg following a masterclass from Kylian Mbappe at the Nou Camp. Ronald Koeman's Barca are up to 2nd in La Liga after beating Osasuna at the weekend; they're now just three points behind early season sprinters Atletico as the end of the season closes in. Since their first-leg humiliation at the hands of PSG, the Blaugrana have won four and drawn another and look in fine form ahead of this clash in the French capital. Our resident host Eduardo Siles is back to preview all the best action across Europe. Alvaro Romeo and Daniele Fisichella are our experts in football and betting, they're here each and every week to preview, discuss, analyse and dissect every fixture of this season's Champions League. They're also on hand to provide betting tips, odds, picks and predictions. For all the latest Champions League, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. And don't forget to check our betting tools to discover Sure Bets, Dropping Odds, Value Bets, Blocked Odds and Blocked Matches to give you the upper hand this weekend. Here's what on this week's show: 00:00 Intro 00:55 Borussia Dortmund vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 07:18 Juventus vs Porto betting tips and predictions 14:10 Liverpool vs RB Leipzig betting tips and predictions 22:07 PSG vs Barcelona betting tips and predictions 28:40 Champions League ACCA of the Week
How did a quick free-kick turn into a week-long saga? Lee Mason is probably asking himself exactly that after a weird mix-up at the AMEX saw Lewis Dunk's 'goal' for Brighton disallowed after two peeps of a whistle and a VAR review. You had to be there.In North London, Gareth Bale and Willian have started to show signs of life. The Welshman has developed a penchant for goals against weak sides and the Brazilian has become the master of the nearly-but-not-quite assist. Of the two, who is the least bad value for money?Elsewhere in football, we take a trip to China to discuss the dissolution of champions Jiangsu before checking in on the Nou Camp where police raids have signalled another chapter to the madcap Barcagate affair.We end part one pondering who'd win in a fight between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and LeBron James.After the break, we head Stateside where golf's biggest names have been paying tribute to Tiger Woods who remains in hospital after last week's car crash. Is the sport ready for life without him?In India, the Test match between India and England only lasted two days. Everyone but the players have blamed the pitch but surely a sticky wicket made it more fun?Before we round things off, we discuss the abuse received by female sports reporters and whether horse racing can survive its latest scandal.Enjoy the show!Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan
Liverpool's poor form continues, but it could be worse, right? They could be Jose Mourinho's Tottenham? That and more on today's show! Part 1 Shola Shoretire came on for Manchester United on Sunday to make his debut for the club at only 17 years of age. As pointed out by Carl Anka, the first World Cup he remembers is the 2010 edition in South Africa. Hello and welcome to the Total Football podcast. I am your host Declan Harte and joining me is Andrew Conway Andrew, since when did we allow players born in 2004 to play in the Premier League? Part 2 Everton won their first Merseyside Derby in over a decade, and their first win at Anfield in over two decades. They beat Liverpool 2-0. Chelsea drew 1-1 with Southampton. Most notably, Thomas Tuchel took off Callum Hudson-Odoi. Kylian Mbappe scored a hat trick at the Nou Camp as PSG beat Barcelona 4-1. Part 3 Listener, cast your mind back to December 6 - perhaps a simpler time. Tottenham Hotspur were top of the league on 24 points from 11 games played. They were six points clear of Manchester City, and they had just beaten North London rivals Arsenal. All was well. Now, they sit 23 points behind Man City and are ninth in the league table. Jose Mourinho's time is surely running out, but where do Tottenham go next? Part 4 The Champions League Last 16 first legs continue. Which pair of games will we be watching, that tough choice they always force us into for no real reason. In the Premier League, four of the top five play each other, with Leicester also playing Arsenal. How do we see these games playing out? Closing Contact us: @thetfpod on Twitter or email us at theTFpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: Declan @CheesyHartePun & Andrew @Conbon27 For more, subscribe to Declan's writing over at declanharte.substack.com Remember to rate/review the show on your podcast provider of choice and do tell friends and family about the show. The more the merrier! Opening and Closing Music by JuliusH from Pixabay
Drinco stutters as Arsenal destroy Leeds. Barcelona are super no more as PSG and Mbappe stormed the Nou Camp with a 4 - 1 win. Plus much more on this episode of Africans Talking Sports.. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/africa-globalsports-trash/support
The Champions League made a triumphant return this week with 4 exciting games. Mbappe stood up at the Nou Camp as Barcelona crumbled in Europe again. Liverpool expose RB Leipzig's high line as Sabitzer shows his playmaking prowess at the wrong end of the pitch.Last night Sevilla and Dortmund played out a cracker as Erling Haaland continues his quite frankly ridiculous Champions League goalscoring record. Meanwhile it's work to do for Juventus to overcome a well organised and fire-y Porto team. They could possibly start by not giving them a goal every time a half kicks off. Oh and in the Premier League could Fulham catch Newcastle, and Man City won, but whats new with that?
Kylian Mbappe has again been linked with a move to Liverpool following his star showing in the Nou Camp against Barcelona in the Champions League. Join Guy Clarke and Theo Squires as they delve into the rumour mill to see what is circulating around the PSG star following his midweek hat-trick. Could FSG afford the deal, what would it mean for Liverpool moving forward, how could the Nike kit deal influence any move and who are the Reds competing with? All that answered and more as the Frenchman’s contract ticks down to 2022 with a new deal so far unsigned. Enjoy.FURTHER READINGhttps://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/kylian-mbappe-psg-liverpool-transfer-19862946Daily transfer blog: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-transfer-news-rumours-live-19860464Watch 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/
Lou Macari joins us to discuss his trojan work with the homeless community in the UK. Simon Kuper will also be along with his thoughts on last night's Mbappe's Mbasterclass at the Nou Camp. @PaddyPower
Mark and Payton welcome you back to the two superclubs yet again teetering on the brink of crisis, with Madrid beating Sevilla 1-0 in La Liga to keep Zidane in a job (11:15), and Barcelona committing some wild errors en route to a 2-1 defeat to Cadiz (29:11). Also, Ronaldo visits the Nou Camp with Juve finally (55:30), and Mark looks ahead to the most crucial game of the season so far as Madrid head to Gladbach in a match that could leave them first or fourth in their group (1:22:28). Also, Mark and Payton have to pinch themselves when gushing about the glut of young, spectacular talent the American team has at the moment across Europe's top leagues, and the goals they seem to be scoring on a weekly basis (4:24).
Chivas quedó eliminado en el Nou Camp, analizamos el duelo y lo que se viene para el equipo en el 2021. Además, el campeonato de la sub 20 ante el Atlas.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is still irked with his club’s injury problems despite dispatching Leicester City 3-0 at Anfield, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta labels Nicolas Pepe’s sending off for violent conduct ‘unacceptable’ after the Gunners drew 0-0 with Leeds, former Crystal Palace midfielder Darren Ambrose urges the Spaniard to build the team around outcast Mesut Ozil, Steve McLaren compares Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech to Kevin De Bruyne, Darren Bent recalls the night England failed to qualify for Euro 2008 after an infamous defeat against Croatia, Gabby Agbonlahor slams the handling of VAR after Manchester United benefited from some ‘nonsense’ decisions against West Brom, Fulham manager Scott Parker bemoans another missed penalty after Ivan Cavaleiro slipped as Everton won 3-2 at Craven Cottage on talkSPORT 2, Tony Cascarino questions the benefits of using lighter balls in the fight against dementia and Andy Cole reveals the reason for his unique celebration against Barcelona at the Nou Camp back in 1998. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reaction to the Clasico, fresh ESL talks and a deep dive on OGS vs. Lampard Part 1 After weeks of chaotic results and high scoring games, the Premier League returned back to Earth this week. Finally, a “normal” week of Barclays, just like we asked for, right? Hello and welcome to the Total Football podcast, I am your host Declan Harte. Joining me is Andrew Conway Andrew, did you enjoy this return to normality or should it be crazy every week? Part 2 Before we get into the Premier League action, we will begin looking across Europe as the first Clasico of the season went in Real Madrid's favour, they won 3-1 at the Nou Camp. There was fresh talk of the European Super League this week as the Champions League returned. How are we feeling on that at the minute? Man City drew 1-1 with West Ham, a side they have gotten used to beating 4 or 5-0 over the years. Should we be concerned about City, or is this just a bad patch of form? Arsenal's unbeaten home run has come to an end, Jamie Vardy came off the bench to grab a late winner for Leicester City And, finally in the news, we would just like to commend Marcus Rashford for his ongoing campaign to feed school children across the UK, the work he's been doing there has been a fantastic ray of light in an otherwise pretty grim year. Part 3 Both managers are club legends in their own right, but on Saturday evening Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard presided over a drab and dreary 0-0 result. The perception of the match going into it was that the loser's job security would be under intense scrutiny and that this ultimately stifled the match into a safe and predictable goalless draw. Just how accurate a read of this match is that, and just how much pressure are these two managers under? Part 4 The Champions League is back again already, foregoing the usual two week break to continue the second in a three week run of back to back to back midweek games. Is this a good format change? And are there any fixtures that stand out? Plus, the big Premier League game sees Arsenal go to Old Trafford, where they've not won a league game in 14 years. Closing Contact us: @thetfpod on Twitter and @totalfootballpod on Instagram or email us at theTFpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: Declan @CheesyHartePun & Andrew @Conbon27 For more, subscribe to Declan's writing over at declanharte.substack.com Remember to rate/review the show on your podcast provider of choice and do tell friends and family about the show. The more the merrier! Opening and Closing Music by JuliusH from Pixabay
No se nos ocurre mejor noche para sentarnos a la mesa que hacerlo después de la gran victoria del Real Madrid de Zidane en este Clásico, light y descafeinado, sin público en las gradas y con un nulo ambiente en el Nou Camp. Salvo unos minutos tras el descanso, el Real Madrid fue netamente superior y, de nuevo merced a la aparición del VAR para sancionar como penalti un claro agarrón de Lenglet a Ramos y un golazo postrero de Modric, los de Zidane se llevaron los tres puntos. Analizamos a fondo las claves para el triunfo y, sobre todo, el controvertido arbitraje de Martínez Munuera y repasamos la historia de nefastos arbitrajes en los que el Real Madrid ha sido gravemente perjudicado, sin que nadie pusiera el grito en el cielo. Para ello nos hemos rodeado de un elenco espectacular integrado por: @LosSublimes @juanpfrutos @patergongora @therealjeskoo @DiegoJMontero2 @alpr97 *Meritocracia Blanca no se hace responsable de las opiniones de sus colaboradores Nos podéis seguir en: Web: https://meritocraciablanca.com/ Twitter/Facebook: @MeritoRMCF
Martín del Palacio y Luis Herrera discuten la situación de los Panzas Verdes, que este viernes se quedaron sin estadio luego de que Roberto Zermeño entró en posesión del popularmente conocido como Nou Camp.Así mismo, Gerardo Torrado anunció el jueves que la selección mexicana aprovechará la Fecha FIFA de noviembre para volver a jugar en el Viejo Continente. ¿Quiénes serán los oponentes?---Furnkorama by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3788-funkoramaLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Bleacher Report lead writer Sam Tighe to discuss Lionel Messi’s decision to stay at Barcelona (05:00) and whether it is simply now a marriage of convenience for the forward at the Nou Camp. Dharmesh explains the potential breakthrough in Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho (12:00), while Sam examines why this transfer saga may be problematic for the club (16:27). The panel discuss what the arrivals of Callum Wilson, Ryan Fraser and Jamal Lewis could mean for Newcastle (20:42), while they also assess the issues at West Ham following the sale of Grady Diangana (35:28). Sam analyses the arrival of Ollie Watkins at Aston Villa (48:49), while Sky Sports News midlands reporter Rob Dorsett joins the show to discuss Dean Smith’s other transfer targets (54:05). There’s also news from a host of clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham, Sheffield United (1:00:20) as well as Pete’s final thought, this week on Marcelo Bielsa (1:06:57).
A Mourinho masterclass as Inter Milan produced a defensive performance for the ages to reach the Champions League final at the expense of holders Barcelona at the Nou Camp. I recap the second leg, the backstory, what happned next, why this fixture was so iconic and the legacy it's left on the modern game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylTVLMja0DE&t=42s (Highlights from both the first and second legs of Jose Mourinho Inter Milan's UEFA Champions League 2010 semi-final victory over Barcelona.)You can subscribe by searching "Euro Elite Football" on your favourite podcast player.Follow my Twitter here (https://twitter.com/SCJStobbart123)You can find my website here (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1076521)NOTE: Any iTunes reviews help massively, so if your enjoying the series and can do that, it would mean allot!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user/membership?u=10224892)
Guillem Balague joins the pod to explain Lionel Messi’s decision to stay at Barcelona and John Murray, Alistair-Bruce Ball and Pat Nevin discuss how the uneasy situation at the Nou Camp may play out. Elsewhere, Scotland’s Nations League campaign begins with a point against Israel, plus we hear from Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane as England prepare to take on Iceland.
In a special episode of the Transfer Talk podcast, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss everything Lionel Messi. They analyse the reasons behind Messi’s desire to leave the Nou Camp (04:44), the Argentina striker’s meeting with Ronald Koeman (14:15) and how the Barcelona board have contributed to his unhappiness (19:41). But if he is to leave Barcelona, what will be his likely destination? Sky Sports News reporter Ben Ransom joins the show to evaluate Manchester City’s chances of signing Messi (25:04), while Terry analyses the possible reunion with Pep Guardiola (34:27). And finally, it wouldn’t be an episode without Pete’s final thought as he weighs in with his own view to what is becoming the story of the summer (42:45).
After another dramatic week in Barcelona, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and ESPN football expert Julien Laurens to discuss what the future may hold for Lionel Messi after he asked to leave the club (03:51). They analyse the finances behind a possible exit from the Nou Camp and whether a reunion with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City is the next step for the Argentina forward (16:43). Chelsea continue to spend, and with more expected through the door, the panel debate whether Frank Lampard’s new look side could challenge for the Premier League title this coming season (26:22). Spanish football expert Terry Gibson joins the show to assess Everton’s move for Real Madrid attacking midfielder James Rodriguez and Leeds’ deal to sign Valencia striker Rodrigo (42:06). Plus, there’s news from Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Celtic (59:41) as well as Pete’s final thought on former Newcastle striker Luuk De Jong (1:04:37).
As the Champions League curtain comes down with Bayern Munich beating Paris St Germain in the final in Lisbon, transfer speculation intensifies around Thiago Alcantara. Linked into that move could well be Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum, who is also entering the final 12 months of his deal. With Ronald Koeman taking over at Barcelona, Wijnaldum has been linked with a move to the Nou Camp to join up with his former national team coach. Join Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Caoimhe O’Neill and Matt Addison as they get into the latest transfer talk and pre-season preparations. Enjoy.The Liverpool Echo sends a twice-daily Liverpool FC bulletin out via email with the all latest news, views and analysis from Anfield. Sign up for this service here: https://communicatoremail.com/F/QvfUCndgGDRHFbKqw0Z7Ip/Join our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TbqyJWlhRPedk-if0rKtw?view_as=subscriberVisit the Liverpool ECHO website: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/all-about/liverpool-fcDownload our Liverpool FC app for free: Apple – https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/lfc-echo/id1255495425 Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mirror.liverpoolfc
Former Spurs midfielder Jamie O’Hara and The Sun’s Neil Custis lock horns over Tony Martial and whether he’s good enough to be Manchester United’s number 9, Adrian Durham & Darren Gough clash on Drive over who’s a better manager between Pep Guardiola & Jurgen Klopp, on the Sports Bar there’s the fallout from the Champions League Semi-Final as Paris Saint-Germain reach Sunday’s Final after they beat RB Leipzig, talkSPORT’s Dutch Correspondent Marcel Van Der Kraan has exclusive news on Ronald Koeman heading to Barcelona as he’s set to take the supreme job at the Nou Camp, former Palace owner Simon Jordan isn’t impressed with Manchester City building a statue of David Silva, Pat McManus the manager of Brockenhurst has a unique plan to get fans back into stadiums in non-league football and Hawksbee & Jacobs have panda news from China. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After another week of twists and turns in the transfer market, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the standoff between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United over a deal for Jadon Sancho (04:00). Terry analyses the summer plans of Real Madrid and Barcelona – including the players that could leave the Bernabeu (22:02), the future of Gareth Bale, the managerial uncertainty at the Nou Camp and why Barcelona need to spend during this window. Tim Thornton provides the inside track on Marcelo Bielsa’s contract situation as well as Leeds’ transfer strategy as they embark on their first season in the Premier League for 16 years (43:24). Plus, there’s news from Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Celtic, Rangers (55:39) as well as Pete’s interesting final thought on FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Karl-Johan Johnsson (1:01:20).
Then there were four, but how entertaining was the FA Cup quarter final? Pandemic or no, questions remain the same at Barcelona Part 1 Today Nike unveiled their design for next season's top tier football. It is called the “Flight” and they've described it as the greatest innovation since the Jabulani. Because that's the comparison all football players, and fans, want to hear. Hello and welcome to the Total Football podcast. I am your host, Declan Harte, and joining me is Andrew Conway. Andrew, what are your thoughts on the “Flight”? Part 2 Liverpool are, of course, Premier League champions. We all knew this day was coming, but Chelsea's 2-1 win over Man City last Thursday finally confirmed it. That victory was the start of a good week for Chelsea, into the FA Cup semi finals and five points clear of their opponents for fourth and in the FA Cup, Manchester United Man United got to the semis off the back of their second win of the week, beating Norwich 2-1 AET, but the bigger win was their 3-0 victory over rivals Sheffield United Sheffield United themselves were knocked out the cup following a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal. A bad re-start for Sheffield derailing their otherwise good season But it's Leicester City's re-start that looks to be most threatening their previous good work. Sitting comfortably in third just a few months ago, are they now in danger of missing out on Champions League football? Part 3 European football has also gotten underway in recent weeks. Bayern Munich ended the Bundesliga season with their 8th title in a row. Meanwhile Lazio and Juventus are still battling out the top of Serie A. But in La Liga, Barcelona have ceded their control at the top of the table, following a disappointing 2-2 draw at Celta Vigo. Reports of bizarre transfer dealings, and now that Quique Setien might be on the chopping block come the end of the season, mean that it is as ridiculous at the Nou Camp as ever in the late-stage Messi era. What on earth is going on in Barcelona? Part 4 The days keep coming, the games keep coming. More midweek Premier League action awaits, as the season attempts to draw to a close as quickly as possible. This week we've got first against second on Thursday evening. A humiliating moment awaits Pep Guardiola as they give Liverpool a Guardiola of honour at the Etihad. Closing Contact us: @thetfpod on Twitter and @totalfootballpod on Instagram or email us at theTFpod@gmail.com Remember to rate/review the show on your podcast provider of choice and do tell friends and family about the show. The more the merrier!
The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell, Andy Mitten & Carl Anka bring you the latest from Old Trafford including the mechanics of the Odion Ighalo loan extension and why a cautious transfer market means Paul Pogba is likely to stay at United for the time being. Laurie & Andy share their personal memories of being at the Nou Camp to witness United clinch the treble in 1999. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Teddy Sheringham and Denis Irwin look back at Manchester United’s famous treble victory on the anniversary of the dramatic late comeback against Bayern Munich at the Nou Camp, former Rangers player Gareth McAuley stands by his comments over Celtic’s recent SPL title being ‘hollow’, Simon Jordan once again demands a salary cap in football, Barry Hearn exclusively reveals on the Sports Bar why the World Snooker Championship won’t go ahead this year if they don’t get underway by the July deadline, the three-time NBA Champion BJ Armstrong and star of Netflix’s Last Dance reminisces about sharing a dressing with Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman at the Chicago Bulls, former Arsenal defender David O’Leary recalls the incredible finish to the season in 1989 when the Gunners won the league at Anfield, Freddie Flintoff and Ally McCoist try to pick their favourite British comedy characters and Jason Cundy excels in a quiz on the Wizard of Oz. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week the group discussed latest United news (22:30) Our throwback game was the 3-3 vs Barcelona at the Nou Camp in the 98/99 (22:30-29:40) And we finished with listeners questions. This weeks show featured: Michael - @michaelakadiri Sebby - @Sebby_Lo Morayo - @Whodeknee Elijah - @Aliquamscripto Alex -@AlexBasz Leave us a 5 star review on Itunes! Get involved in the discussion using #TouchlineFracas Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TouchlineFracas You can help support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/touchlinefracas for as small as £5 a month you can support our daily content and keep the podcast afloat. Update Description (https://audioboom.com/posts/7579538-muga-one-plus-one/edit)
This week the group discussed latest United news (22:30) Our throwback game was the 3-3 vs Barcelona at the Nou Camp in the 98/99 (22:30-29:40) And we finished with listeners questions. This weeks show featured: Michael - @michaelakadiri Disu- @_Nomics Sebby - @Sebby_Lo Morayo - @Whodeknee Leave us a 5 star review on Itunes! Get involved in the discussion using #TouchlineFracas Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TouchlineFracas You can help support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/touchlinefracas for as small as £5 a month you can support our daily content and keep the podcast afloat. Update Description (https://audioboom.com/posts/7579538-muga-one-plus-one/edit)
Just how many times can Kevin Keegan be brought back to St James’ Park to restore some of the feel good factor to Newcastle? At least three, it would seem. He’s being lined up for an ambassadorial role as the looming Saudi takeover continues to loom. Another beloved ex-Newcastle legend, Alan Pardew, has had to deny that he’s getting a sweet bonus for saving ADO Den Haag from relegation even though he has, while Jurgen Klopp reckons he can get Kylian Mbappe to join Liverpool by being mates with his dad and Barcelona receive an intriguing pitch regarding the naming rights of the Nou Camp. We also learn of Pete’s university heist and have to watch the truly dreadful 1980s movie Hotshot. Will this indignity never end?Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com ***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Further reading: Guess who’s back. Back again. It’s Kevin Keegan:https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/nufc-takeover-gossip-kevin-keegan-18152148Mike Tyson, Barcelona and weed, together at last:https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52428730Alan Pardew will not be taking his bonus, thank you very much:https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/european/alan-pardew-relegation-clause-ado-den-haag-health-service-coronavirus-eredivisie-a9484526.html See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mick & Jay are back with a special interview with Dutch Legend Bolo Zenden.Bolo guides us through his time at Liverpool and what it was like to wear the famous red shirt and how much it means to every player.- We hear how he got his move to Liverpool (with a little help from a certain player who drinks Sangria!)- Bolo talks about THAT special night at the Nou Camp in 2007 (including his hilarious take on the Bellamy/Riise incident!)- What it was like to play for Liverpool in a European Cup FinalPLUS: Becoming assistant Manager to Rafa at Chelsea, Playing for Barcelona at such a young age, Representing Holland at major tournaments and Bolo also pick his 5-a-side of players he played with!THIS IS ONE YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!!*WATCH OUT FOR HIS GOLDMEMBER IMPRESSION*
Join MIKE BACON as he chats to former Blue KIERON DYER in this one-off KOA special... Kieron reveals the best Town XI he played with during his time at Portman Road. Which Town players he felt were never given the credit they deserved. Which former Town player can can be compared to an England player today. Another year in League One? Thoughts! PLUS - Best players he has ever played against. - Best stadia he has performed in. - Current views of Portman Road. - And much more PLUS... PLUS:- WHO LET THE DOGS OUT?.... Listen carefully!
Ruth and Dai return in the first of a series of mini specials. Euro 2020 has now become Euro 2021 after UEFA undoubtedly made the right (and expected) decision to postpone the tournament. We discuss whether from a football perspective if this is good for Wales, as Joe Allen will likely be available. We also look at the potential knock on effects for others in and out of Wales, including the Wales Women and their potential appearance at Euro 2021. Big thanks to Penny Miles who donated a lot of her time and effort to this portion of the conversation. After that, we start out Favourite Footballing Things series, and the opener is our favourite stadiums. St. James' Park, Elland Road, the Nou Camp, The Racecourse and Wrigley Field all get a mention, among others! Please get back to us with your favourite stadiums and why! New episodes coming each day......
Barcelona have themselves a new manager, Quique Setien, and he's a man well liked around these parts. Sam Tighe and Jack Collins give you the lowdown on what to expect from the new man in the Nou Camp hot seat and how he'll impose his style of play on a side who many feel have not reached their potential under Erneste Valverde. Our favourite comedian, Rhys James, joins us for his hat-trick appearance on the show, and as a Tottenham fan, we give him a therapy session on how he has coped with adjusting to life under Jose Mourinho and the absence of Mauricio Pochettino in his life. With that done, we move onto Rhys' main ranking-things he doesn't understand about the modern game, ranging from VAR decisions to how new football chants get off the ground in the terraces. As you'd expect, there's a lot of laughs. Dean rings in from Michigan with his Melon of the Week, before Sam rounds things off by ranking his favourite numbers. It's raucous. It's rough and ready. It's Ranks. To get involved, follow @brfootball on Twitter and Instagram, and use the hashtag #BRFootballRanks!
Jon Driscoll and Spanish football expert, Terry Gibson, react to Valverde's sacking at Barcelona and ask whether Quique Setien is the right man for the Nou Camp
Just in case you couldn't get enough of Danny Kelly's Record book we decided to give you Gameday: The Appendix, everything from the Premier League Weekend you have definitely missed is covered by Danny and his studio guests.This week Danny is joined in studio by talkSPORT 2's Mark Webster and goalkeeping guru Richard Lee. Richard explains how Liverpool and Arsenal's 5-5 draw is nothing in comparison to the game that forced him to hang up his gloves, there's the beauty of the Swedish top flight, and also the kind gesture offered up by Gerard Pique and co to try and coax Neymar back to the Nou Camp. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Coutinho's agent Kia Joorabchian has spoken out about a potential move back to the Premier League for the Copa America winner as the disgruntled Brazilian looks set to leave the Nou Camp. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After Inter Milan and Manchester United hold talks over Romelu Lukaku, the panel explain why he will not be sold cheaply and would be difficult to replace (06:23). Sky Italia’s Valentina Fass joins the show to discuss whether Inter can actually afford Lukaku, as well as providing updates on Toby Alderweireld, Matthijs De Ligt and James Rodriguez. With West Ham’s pursuit of Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez ending, the Hammers’ move for Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller is discussed (10:16), including whether he would be a good fit in the Premier League. As Aston Villa prepare to take their spending past £100m, Rob Dorsett phones in to assess whether it is money well spent (15:29). The panel assess how Antoine Griezmann will fit at the Nou Camp and whether there is also room for Neymar (34:50). Laurent Koscielny’s refusal to travel on Arsenal’s preseason tour of the USA is also on the agenda (38:58). As is the future of Dani Ceballos, with North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham going head to head to land the rising Spanish star on loan from Real Madrid.
It actually happened. Liverpool came from 3-0 down in the first leg at the Nou Camp - or is it Camp Nou? - to win the second leg at Anfield 4-0 and seal a place in the Champions League final for the second season running. James Pearce, on this, a special Blood Red podcast, calls it the greatest night in a long list of great European nights at Anfield. Ian Doyle, who was on reporting duty from the ground alongside James, goes even further, while our football writer Caoimhe O'Neill sums up the feeling in the stands beautifully. With Sean Bradbury on hosting duties, talk then turns to the players who stood out in what James believes was the perfect performance, with Alisson Becker, two-goal hero Divock Origi and the incredible Trent Alexander-Arnold among those to get a special mention. Also up for debate are Reds old boys, the anonymous Philippe Coutinho and the vilified Luis Suarez, who James reckons deserved every bit of stick he got, and who the panel would like to face in the final - Ajax or, in what would be the 'Ian Doyle Derby', Tottenham Hotspur. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool have been left with a mountain to climb after a disappointing 3-0 defeat at the Nou Camp last week, but this tie is not over yet! Paul, Chris, Tom and Ben are here to preview the second leg of our Champions League semi-final on Wednesday. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben and Bailey are here to talk through Liverpool's 3-0 defeat to Barcelona at the Nou Camp. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.