The final matchday of the Champions League group stage is here, but Bayern Munich have nothing but pride to play for. That's a good motivator for sure, but not compared to the stakes at play for FC Barcelona. The Catalans NEED a win because it would likely guarantee them qualification to the Round of 16 — an almost existential necessity given their financial issues. Of course they could also bank on Benfica losing in the other game, but their new coach seems like a more courageous type. Should be an interesting contest. Here are our talking points ahead of the game: The major problems at Barcelona, starting with their basic setup. How things have changed since Xavi took over from Ronald Koeman. What is it that Barcelona need at the moment? The answer will shock you! Should Bayern Munich rest players against Barca? Why Bayern's performances in the Champions League are more important than ever. Is it finally time for Niklas Sule to start a game again? Should he be in for Upamecano or Benjamin Pavard? Jamal Musiala — who should he bench in the lineup and why is it Leroy Sane? How Barca's new playstyle under Xavi could actually help Bayern break them down. Who is actually Barca's most dangerous player right now? Hint: There's actually a correct answer this time! Closing thoughts on the irony of Bayern triggering an identity crisis at Barca. As always, we love your feedback and appreciate all the support! Be sure to stay tuned to Bavarian Podcast Works for all of your up to date coverage on Bayern Munich and Germany. Follow us on Twitter @BavarianFBWorks, @jeffersonfenner, @TheBarrelBlog, @tommyadams71, @bfwinnn, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Barca Breakdown discusses Barca's first away victory and 2 consecutive wins in La Liga for the 2021-22 Season. With the continued roster of injured players, Xavi is left with deploying Gavi at the left wing and Erica Garcia as right back. Xavi also utilized Abde with his first starts for FC Barcelona. As the match began, many players created threatening opportunities on goal like Depay's 2 chances at goal that went just wide. Also, FDJ provided an offensive mindset running into the box and fighting to score. Abde continued to attack the right wing, breaking defenders in attempts to cross the ball into the box. All of these feats unfortunately bore no goals in the first half. As the second half began, a cross from Alba came to Depay's feet and his shot was blocked. Luckily, Frenkie De Jong made a run in the box and was able to put away the first goal of the match. Barca's performance began to look weak as Villarreal pressed up the field causing havoc. Eventually, Chukwueze was able to smash an equalizer in the back of the net. This game might have been over at this moment under Ronald Koeman. Although, Xavi as manager has seemed to have given life to the young squad and they backed the coach up. In the last 15 minutes of the game, a long ball over the top from Ter Stegen was able to find Depay who cracked the tie and took the lead. It didn't stop there, in the 90'+4, the substitute Coutinho drew a penalty and scored it to wrap the final 1-3 for the Blaugrana. We discuss the incremental improvements Xavi has been able to create with the young Barca squad and are they enough to get Barca into the top 4 of La Liga. Barca sit 7th on the table and will face Real Betis (5th on the table) next. Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
Med Hallvar Thoresen, Lasse Vangstein og Martin Roppestad Spilleren, hærføreren, målkongen, legenden, lederen, treneren og speideren, Hallvar Thoresen. Han var kaptein på et av verdens beste klubblag, med Ruud Gullit og Ronald Koeman på laget. Han har spilt mot Maradona og på lag med Pelé og Sylvester Stallone (!). Hallvar Thoresen var Norges beste fotballspiller på 80-tallet og herja i nederlandsk fotball. Han er fortsatt den mestscorende utlendingen i nederlandsk æresdivisjon og mottas som en legende når han besøker PSV Eindhoven. Hør hvordan det var å senke England på Ullevaal og hva han tenker om norsk fotball, når han nå jobber som speider for PSV. Tidslinje: Temas 05:30: «Norges beste fotballspiller gjennom tidene»?06:00: «Blir tatt imot som en legende»08:30: Fasit, etter hans 10-års spådom for norsk fotball i 201111:10: Livet som speider13:30: «Nivået i Eliteserien er ikke veldig bra»19:00: «Den nederlandske utviklingsmodellen er veldig bra»20:00: «Dette må norsk fotball jobbe med de neste 10 åra»28:29: Jobber med Ruud Van Nistelrooy31:00: Hatforholdet mellom Larvik Turn og Fram Larvik38:00: Brevveksla seg til proffopphold42:00: Gikk rett inn på Twente som 18-åring51:00: Kaptein på verdens beste klubblag54:40: Twente ville bestikke landslagssjefen1t:04:50: «Ullevaal kokte. Vi slo England!»1t:11:45: Rare dommeravgjørelser i øst-Europa1t:20:25: Han har slått Maradona1t:23:00: «Måtte forby røyking i kantina i Brann»1t26:50: Fotballdiktator for en dag1t:32:50: Fire norske fotballstjerners middag1t:36:20: På lag med Sylvester Stallone og Pelé
In this episode, Joe and Roberto start out with a quick chat on the many coaching changes that have happened in Europe this week (2:30). Then, Roberto gives us a great trivia question on Brazilian players at Real Madrid as Casemiro logos his 200th match with the club (5:00). In Opening Thoughts, the boys discuss Xavi as he returns to take over at Barcelona for Ronald Koeman (6:20). We then welcome in Tom Scholes from TalkSport and Get French Football News to discuss Antonio Conte at Spurs, PSG, Keylor Navas, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at Manchester United (15:25). We return to give you an international break list in Match of the Week, the Trivia answer, and a reminder that we are off next week (44:30).
We return after two weeks away to make big announcements regarding the future of the Podcast and FTCUTD Brand, and joining us is a super-crew of guest co-hosts: El Johnson & Ty Phillips of 2CentsFC, Sylvs of Shea Butter FC, and the newest member of the FTC crew, Mean Marc Nicholls! Given our primary ATL base, the big news kicks off with the Home Team Braves winning the World Series against the Houston Astros earlier in the week and Skye of Shea Butter jumps in to celebrate the win and gives instructions on how we need to celebrate here in the A! Kicking off the soccer talk, we catch up on recent firings in the game such as Nuno Espírito Santo getting sacked by Spurs, and the arrival of Antonio Conte and if Conte can spread his usual magic on a club not known to win trophies in recent memory (one trophy in over 20 years). Also meeting his end was Ronald Koeman at Barcelona, and we debate over whether club legend Xavi can turn things around given the dramatic financial issues at the club. While were away, Newcastle United was finally sold away to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and if their significant funds can make Newcastle an attractive location and club for the top players and managers in England and the rest of the world. And throughout all these happenings, despite a hammering against Liverpool and mixed results in the Champions League Ole Gunnar Solkjaer has retained his job at Man United. In the second half of the show, we chat with El and Ty about their recent trip to Detroit to cover an event launch by The Black Star Initiative and Detroit City FC, and the experience felt from the whole weekend. We wrap up with MLS talk going into Decision Day as several spots are still up for grabs in both the East and West conferences. Before we go into 2UP/2Down, we pay tribute to WSB Atlanta anchor Jovita Moore, who recently passed away from brain cancer. In 2Up/2Down, we reflect on Nuno's term at Spurs, Aaron Rodgers catching Covid, the still on-going saga of the Washington Spirit, and MORE!! To watch this episode and past FTC shows, check out our new YouTube channel, while you're there "Like & Subscribe" so you're notified anytime we add new content! http://bit.ly/FTCUTDTube Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get at the Gold Fenomeno and Red C. Dunn Legends of the Culture Hoodies!! Series III OUT NOW!! Final week of its release!! Going away on 11/16 and once its done, they're gone!! https://ftcutd.myshopify.com/products/ftc-legends-of-the-culture-series-iii-hoodie Follow us on Social Media! Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTCUTD
The Denmark international Martin Braithwaite talks about a tumultuous time for Barcelona following the exits of Lionel Messi and Ronald Koeman. And Braithwaite also describes how his positive mindset has benefitted his career and helped him top become the best possible version of himself. Picture on website: Martin Braithwaite walks out onto the pitch for a match between Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)
Join your favorite silly soccer hosts as they dive into the last weeks' rounds of fixtures, with Payton revealing his feelings on Ronald Koeman being finally fired after a year and a half as Barcelona coach (0:06). The boys then dive into the blaugrana's most recent games against Rayo Vallecano (4:30) and Alaves (28:20) and Payton tries to figure out if Barcelona can make a push for the champions league places or if this will be a truly historically bad season. Also - Mark reviews Real Madrid's El Clasico hangover against Osasuna and wonders why Madrid struggle so much against organized opposition (19:11), before hailing young Vini Jr.'s brace against Elche (45:00) and what his ascent into a superstar could mean for Real Madrid's UCL title hopes this year. Plus - Mark and Payton preview the upcoming round of Champions League fixtures, with Barcelona desperately needing a win against Dynamo Kiev (1:18:10), and Real Madrid taking on Shakhtar Donetsk (1:20:45).
With Champions League matchday 4 looming, Jimbo, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens cast their eye over the continent. Barcelona have begun life after Ronald Koeman and face a trip to Kiev that could make or break their season. How did it come to this? Juventus are cruising the Champions League but are proving themselves to be a mid-table Serie A side. While Zlatan is proving he's still got it. Can Milan do an Atalanta in the group stage? PSG keep winning but aren't winning well. How long before Pochettino's luck runs out? Plus a new era at Wolfsburg, a big Basque derby and drooling over Dortmund v Ajax. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (02m 00s) • PART 2a: Big weeks for Barca and Bayern (05m 00s) • PART 3a: Battle of the Burgs & Atalanta v Man Utd (18m 00s) • PART 3b: Woeful week for Juventus (28m 00s) • PART 4a: Pressure on PSG and Poch? (36m 30s) • PART 4b: Milan v Porto & Liverpool v Atletico (45m 00s) • PART 5a: Dortmund v Ajax and the latest on Real Madrid and inter (50m 30s) • PART 5b: Real Sociedad 1-1 Athletic Bilbao (59m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn discuss: - Diego's small talk to delay Barca discussion - Why Diego thinks Real Madrid are "terrible" - Are Real Madrid able to compete at the highest level? - Ranking Real Madrid among the world's best teams - Reflecting on Chelsea vs Real Madrid last season - Sergio Ramos's contract situation - Lionel Messi's latest quotes - Barcelona's 1 - 1 draw with Alaves - A beautiful Alaves goal - Were Barcelona unlucky? - Camp Nou attendance - Ronald Koeman's legacy - And more. Did you enjoy these Churros? Get a more raw version every Friday over on Patreon.com/ChurrosyTacticas
On episode 300, Dan and Francesc Tomàs discuss the exit of Ronald Koeman and the very likely arrival of Xavi. They talk big decisions to be made, Xavi's preparedness for the job, the best of 300 episodes, and much more! Running Order: How will Koeman as Barça manager be remembered? Is Xavi prepared for the job? Will Xavi be willing to sit his contemporaries? What were some of the most memorable episodes from the first 300? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Joe and Roberto open with Joe giving you a tribute to Tyler Graham, a young man he coached, who tragically lost his life this week (2:55). We then bring you a great trivia questions on coaches that have been sacked this season in the top 5 leagues (6:30). In Opening Thoughts, we continue that coaching discussion talking about Ronald Koeman at Barcelona, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, Nuno Espirito Santo at Tottenham Hotspur, and how Antonio Conte falls into that mix (7:50). We then welcome in Nima Tavallaey from SempreInter.com and The Italian Football Podcast to talk about Inter Milan including Lautaro Martinez and Christian Eriksen, as well as Champions League, Max Allegri, Juventus, and the Serie A (20:20). We return to give you a full slate of matches in Match of the Week, the trivia answer, and a preview of next week's show (49:15).
AT LONG LAST! This week, Jon & Geoffrey take you on a cinematic trip through celluloid football, with 8 movies to watch and enjoy (or not, in one case)! We also talk a pretty tumultuous week for both Manchester teams, Spurs may be in deep trouble, Arsenal improving against all odds, Barcelona firing Ronald Koeman, Carli Lloyd signs off from the USWNT, and the 13th Doctor is a Liverpool fan! Hit us up on Twitter at twitter.com/BustingBallsPod, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org NOW ON SPOTIFY!: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Yz2r4phWcv6EzGmgiTTv9
The FC crew discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United bouncing back from their defeat to Liverpool last week with a 3-0 stomping of Spurs and debate whether Solskjaer has bought himself more time. Plus, Liverpool and Man City drop crucial points against weaker opposition, and Barcelona put in another dreary performance despite not having Ronald Koeman at the helm.
On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Sebastian and Herculez react to the Ronald Koeman's firing and what that means for Sergiño Dest. Then the guys analyze the performances of Zack Steffen and Joe Scally in midweek cup action with Man City and Gladbach, respectively. Later, the discussion moves to Chicharito and his situation with Mexico. Will he return with El Tri? Next, the focus shifts to Carli Lloyd's farewell game for the USWNT. Is he the most clutch USWNT player of all time?
New climate change forecasts this week were the stuff of Dutch nightmares: if the Netherlands doesn't step up its efforts to cut emissions, it risks becoming a Mediterranean country. Even more urgently, the rising tide of coronavirus infections has raised the prospect of restrictions being imposed again. And there's still the question of when we'll have a new government as the coalition breaks its own record for the longest formation in history. Bad news too for Ronald Koeman, sacked after 21 months at Barcelona, and customers at Welkom Energie, the first Dutch casualty of the soaring gas prices. But at least there was a warm welcome for Freya the walrus, who joined a submarine crew for breakfast as part of her tour of the Dutch coast.
La mesa de Fuera de Juego, analiza los últimos sucesos alrededor del Barcelona, en específico, el despido de Ronald Koeman como DT, cómo y cuándo se tomó la decisión, así como la expectativa sobre quién ocupará su lugar en el banquillo. Además, se habla de la situación del mexicano Héctor Herrera en el Atlético de Madrid y del empate de los Colchoneros ante Levante.
As Barcelona sack Ronald Koeman, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens to discuss what we can expect next for both the club and their former manager. What was the decisive moment that lead to his dismissal and how would the Spanish side look with Xavi at the helm? Plus, we hear from former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj on why it didn't work out for him under Jose Mourinho and Freiburg goalkeeper Mark Flekken tells us why he is loving life right now. TOPICS: 3'30 Ronaldo Koeman sacked by Barcelona 19'10 Real Sociedad 26'00 Adnan Januzaj interview 37'00 Mark Flekken interview
Martín del Palacio analiza el futuro del club culé tras el despido del entrenador neerlandés. --- Celebration by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5051-celebration License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
New Zealand's Niko Kirwan talks about his sporting family and first international goal. Plus, is Xavi the right coach for Barcelona following the departure of Ronald Koeman? And we hear from FIFA's head of women's football Sarai Bareman. Picture on website: Ronald Koeman on the touchlines during a match between Cadiz and Barcelona (Jose Breton/Pics Action/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Musa and Ryan begin by discussing Adelaide United's Josh Cavallo coming out as the first openly gay player actively playing in a men's top-flight league, the widespread love and support he received, and the hope for inclusion in football going forward (05:55). Next up, it's on to the not particularly surprising news that Barcelona relieved Ronald Koeman of his managerial duties, following Wednesday's defeat to newly promoted Rayo Vallecano (13:19). Finally, there's some love for Gladbach, who eliminated Bayern from the DFB-Pokal with an historic 5-0 win, plus a roundup of some other midweek results (31:55). Host: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gab and Juls get stuck into the huge news from Barcelona as Ronald Koeman's time at the club has come to an end. The pair wonder if now was the right time to dismiss Koeman and assess the likely candidates to take his place. There's also plenty more in quick hits, including the mounting pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and surprise midweek defeats for Juventus and Bayern Munich.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft.Walter Smith sadly passed away this week aged 73. We remember the former Rangers, Everton and Scotland manager (00:00)West Ham have become the first team to beat Manchester City in the Carabao Cup for over 1800 days - can David Moyes' side win the trophy? (10:28)Manchester United travel to Tottenham this weekend for a match some (possibly only Hugh) are calling El Sackico. Does a loss signal the end for Ole and is Nuno worried a result against a poor United side could affect his future at the club? (19:46)Barcelona have sacked Ronald Koeman after a run of poor form that sees them sitting in ninth place in La Liga. The Times' European Football Writer Ian Hawkey joins us to ponder who could take over at a tricky time in the club's history (34:10)As the five substitutes rule is set to become permanent - we ask whether it's good for the game or if it benefits club's with bigger squads (43:42)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dotun, Lars Sivertsen and Nicky Bandini are here to conduct the postmortem on Ronald Koeman's doomed tenure at Barcelona. We wonder whether the blame should be laid solely at his feet after weeks of dour pessimism and how Xavi might fare should he take the job.We also try to save some of Roma's squad from the bus José Mourinho has thrown them under and cast an admiring glance at the Jorge Sampaoli's work at Marseille.Got a question for us? Find us on socials @footballramble.***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!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Spanish football expert and LaLiga TV commentator Graham Hunter joined Ger and Eoin to discuss the fallout from Ronald Koeman's sacking by Barcelona and why Xavi is the front-runner to replace him. #OTBAM with Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward
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Here is my column for ESPNFC on the sacking, last night, of Ronald Koeman, by FC Barcelona, following a giant-killing defeat at the hands of Rayo Vallecano, the latest in a series of results that made this outcome automatic.All of the information I have - some of which you'll hear here - tell me Xavi is the man to replace him, returning to the club with whom he won it all in an historic career. But nothing is simple at Camp Nou these days. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Grant gets up to speed on Spain with an enlightening conversation with Sid Lowe, who does terrific work for ESPN, The Guardian and the Spanish Football Podcast. Lowe gives his big-picture views on the situation at Barcelona (the podcast was recorded a few hours before manager Ronald Koeman was fired), the status of La Liga after the departures of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, the success of Atlético Madrid and Real Sociedad, why the Super League was a more popular idea in Spain than elsewhere, his own story of coming to live and work in Spain in 2001 and much more.Music: Get full access to Fútbol with Grant Wahl at grantwahl.substack.com/subscribe
The Barca Breakdown discussed another loss in the 2021/2022 season which resulted in the sacking of Ronald Koeman as manager. This comes after a loss away against Rayo Vallecano in which a fatal mistake by Busquests led to their demise. The team looked disheveled, disorientated, and disorganized. The only positive outlook was that Nico looked wonderful. In the end, Koeman, again, blames the players and takes no accountability or recognition that he needed to improve. It was clear with the loss of Messi, many problems came to light and Koeman was not able to adjust. Soon after the result, FC Barcelona released an official statement saying Koeman had been relieved of his duties. The Culers rejoiced! Finally Laporta made the financial decision to sack Koeman despite a 12 Million Euro payout. There is definitely more money to be lost if Barca do not continue through the Champions League and stay in a higher spot in La liga. In even more important news, Xavi is again linked to replace Koeman. Nothing is official as of yet, but the only reports for a replacement are circulating around Xavi. This poses a few questions: Why was Koeman not fired earlier? Will Xavi have the authority to bench senior players (Busquets, Roberto, Pique) when they are not performing well? Aren't we just putting Xavi into the same coaching situation, a club legend, in the same position as Koeman. Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
Jorge Ramos y su Banda analizan la noticia de la salida de Ronald Koeman como DT del Barcelona y la posibilidad de que Xavi Hernández, principal candidato a sucederlo en el cargo, llegue al club catalán con un acuerdo que ya habría cerrado. Además, reporte desde Monterrey previo a la Final de la Concachampions ante el América.
The FC crew discuss Barcelona sacking Ronald Koeman after losing to Rayo Vallecano earlier in the day and debate what direction Barcelona should go in from here. Plus, Real Madrid struggle against Osasuna, Bayern Munich suffer a historic blow in the DFB-Pokal, and Man City see elimination in the Carabao Cup for the first time in 5 years.
Ronald Koeman has been relieved of his duties as Barcelona head coach following back-to-back defeats that leave the cules scrambling in ninth place in LaLiga. Jimmy Conrad and Ben Jacobs react to the breaking news and the widespread speculation linking Xavi with the vacancy. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
El triunfo del Real Madrid sobre el Barcelona es puesto bajo la lupa en la mesa de Jorge Ramos y su Banda, donde se evalúa el papel del DT azulgrana Ronald Koeman y los reclamos de los que fue objeto tras la derrota en el Clásico, además de las implicaciones de la goleada que sufrió el Manchester United en su casa ante el Liverpool y el análisis del despido del meicano Ignacio Ambriz como DT del Huesca de la Segunda División de España.
Talking Tactics discuss Liverpool trashing Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford. Is this the end for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer; and if so what might United look like with new management? Salah continues his red-hot form. Chelsea drub Norwich 7-0. Phil Foden is for real. Vinicius shines in El Clasico, and Barcelona fans run up on Ronald Koeman. There was too much football on Sunday to have a complete understanding of every league, someone needs to work that out... Arsène. Think about becoming a patron... https://www.patreon.com/join/talkingtactics Rate us five stars on Apple Podcasts! https://www.getpodcast.reviews/id/1127264410 Follow Talking Tactics https://www.twitter.com/taIkingtactics https://www.instagram.com/talkingtactics https://www.facebook.com/talkingtactics352 Talking Tactics Special Coup de tête: https://bit.ly/2DXSMVk Have Hope's Website https://havehopefootballhut.com Follow us https://www.twitter.com/HaveHopeHut https://www.twitter.com/Ankaman616 https://www.twitter.com/DanielTiluk
Jimbo, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens are back to give you your fill of Euro football chat. El Clasico, Le Classique, Il Derby D'Italia and De Topper. It was a huge weekend of fixtures across the continent. Coaches in Serie A are raging at referees. Julian Nagelsmann is masterminding Bayern's title charge from his kitchen. And Joshua Kimmich is not getting his Covid jab. It was a bad weekend for Dutch coaches. Ronald Koeman is harassed as he drives out of the Camp Nou following Barca's defeat to Real Madrid. Mark Van Bommel is sacked by Wolfsburg. And Peter Bosz's Lyon throw away another 3 points at Nice. But Erik ten Hag had a great week as Ajax follow up their dismantling of Dortmund with a five-star display against PSV. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (02m 00s) • PART 2: La Liga – Real rule in El Clasico (05m 00s) • PART 3: Serie A - managers raging at referees (21m 00s) • PART 4: Ligue 1 - a not so classic Classique (33m 00s) • PART 5a: Bundesliga – Kimmich controversy (41m 30s) • PART 5b: Ajax 5-0 PSV (53m 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
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn discuss: - Diego's special moment with his son - Another watered-down Clasico - Carlo Ancelotti vs Ronald Koeman's managerial ability - Was it a fair result? - Barcelona's crosses - What if Sergio Aguero had started? - The Sergino Dest / Frenkie de Jong criticism - Is Vinicius a future Clasico villain? - Vinny reveling in the Camp Nou hate from Diego's vantage point in the stadium - Toni Kroos's performance - The KCM midfield - Fede Valverde's injury - What Eduardo Camavinga would've helped with - And more. Did you enjoy these Churros? Get a more raw version every Friday exclusively on Patreon.com/churrosytacticas
Gab and Juls discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's shortcomings as Manchester United fall 5-0 to Liverpool behind Mohamed Salah's hat trick. Ronald Koeman makes history in Barcelona's Clasico defeat to Real Madrid. Plus, PSG sees red in Le Classique and Juventus need help to salvage a draw in the Derby d'Italia.
Luis Miguel Echegaray, Jimmy Conrad and Heath Pearce kick things off at St James' Park where the Magpies' new owners were brought back down to earth. Elsewhere, the Premier League's top three all collected three points with varying degrees of comfort, while Manchester United's weekend ended with more questions about their coaching situation. Plus, Max Allegri overcame Roma and Jose Mourinho, Napoli remain perfect in Serie A, Ronald Koeman got a tune out of Barcelona and Bayern Munich are the Bundesliga cheat code. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Frank Leboeuf joins Julien Laurens and Nedum Onuoha to break down France's Nations League victory over Spain but ask if Antoine Greizmann still deserves a place in the side. Plus, they discuss Newcastle's takeover, Neymar's international future and whether Xavi should replace Ronald Koeman at Barcelona.
We're swimming in garlic dip on today's episode, as Papa John served up a great win for Hartlepool and Barrow's keeper ended up in centre-midfield. Truly magical stuff.Marcus, Luke and Pete also check in with two seismic football institutions, as Sir Alex Ferguson grows potatoes for war and Ronald Koeman looks sadder by the day. Maybe Barcelona can get Shaun Goater in to flex his administrative muscle and help them search for new signings?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!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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.
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?
Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson are joined by Sid Lowe to discuss Barcelona's disastrous 3-0 defeat against Benfica in the Champions League, and ask why Ronald Koeman took Gerard Pique off after 33 minutes? The guys also review the rest of the Champions League results, including Lionel Messi's first goal for Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid's 2-1 defeat against the Moldovan minnows, Sheriff Tiraspol, and Juventus' crucial 1-0 win against Chelsea.