Mark Chapman is joined by former Manchester City defender, Micah Richards, former Blackburn forward, Chris Sutton, and Chief Football correspondent for the New York Times, Rory Smith, on the Monday Night Club. England have been ordered to play one match behind closed doors as a punishment for the unrest at Wembley Stadium during the Euro 2020 final and they talk about whether it is a suitable sanction and if it could have been more. The panel discuss what happens next for Newcastle after their first game under their new ownership. They also talk about whether the likes of Watford and Norwich could join Newcastle in a potential relegation battle this season. Plus, Micah has added yet another string to his bow as a voice over artist where he credits Boyz II Men as his inspiration! Topics: 0'30 – Micah's new voice over work 3'22 - England's stadium ban 10'11 – Newcastle's new era 17'30 – Should Newcastle give Bruce a chance or give an opportunity to Graeme Jones? 20'50 – Who would want to join Newcastle in January? 29'10 – Norwich's winless start to the season 40'20 – Are Watford at risk of relegation with Ranieri in charge?
The era of Saudi Newcastle began with scenes of rejoicing at St James' Park, as Newcastle fans rapturously greeted their trillionaire saviours. Newcastle's days as many people's second favourite team may not return for some time, but hey - it's better to be feared than loved? We talk about the dramatic match at the King Power, where Coach Brendan Rodgers won the tactics and the mindgames. Rory Smith and Miguel Delaney join us to give their impressions of the events in Newcastle yesterday, and how the Saudi story might play out from here.
Jimbo is joined by Rory Smith, Duncan Alexander and Adrian Clarke on the pod where, in spite of the international break, there's plenty to discuss. Mike Ashley's reign at Newcastle looks to be coming to an end. But the Saudi Arabian-backed takeover raises many issues. Is this the natural conclusion to the total worship of money in English football? Italy's world record breaking unbeaten run is over as Spain beat them 2-1 in the Nations League semi-finals, inspired by 17-year-old Gavi as the future looks bright for the Spanish. And for Barca? Arguably the biggest World Cup qualifier this weekend sees Scotland take on Israel at a packed Hampden. Laura Brannan tells us more. Duncan brings his stats of the season so far. Are we witnessing the most lenient campaign in Premier League history? Plus Claudio Ranieri returns to English football. And Duncan and Adrian relive their days in the cub scouts. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Newcastle takeover imminent (04m 00s) • PART 2: Italy 1-2 Spain (22m 00s) • PART 3: Duncan's stats of the season so far (38m 00s) • PART 4: Scotland v Israel preview with Laura Brannan (48m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (56m 00s) • PART 6: Ranieri returns to English football with James Horncastle & Gab Marcotti (58m 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
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
Mark Chapman is alongside Rory Smith, Micah Richards and Chris Sutton to talk through the North London derby and what the result means for both Arsenal and Tottenham. They ask why there is always a particularly huge fallout around Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester United whenever anything goes wrong, are Arsenal actually on the up and should we be genuinely worried about Spurs? Also, what did they make of Bruno Fernandes' penalty and did they think the miss had anything to do with Ronaldo's presence? And they discuss Manchester City's dominant performance over Chelsea and how big of a boost that result is for Manchester City going forward. TOPICS 2'05 - Why is it that Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester United get overreactions? 9'34 - Arsenal's performances this season 16'01 - Has Aubameyang done enough for Arsenal recently? 20'18 - Should we be worried about Spurs? 26'43 – What about Aston Villa? 32'08 - Was Bruno Fernandes put off by Ronaldo's presence? 41'10 - Man City's win over Chelsea
It was a week of forgetfulness and brutal reminders. Bruno forgot to keep it down. Spurs players forgot their game plan. We all collectively forgot that Man City were the best team in the PL. Rory Smith and Dion Fanning join us to talk through the weekend action. Are Arsenal back, reaping the rewards from Giving Him Time? But then, how much time is too much? And are Leeds roadrunners running out of road?
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Don Hutchison to discuss the weekend's Premier League games and remember Jimmy Greaves. The team break down Chelsea's 3-0 win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and analyse Thomas Tuchel's tactics as well as his influence on individuals such as Thiago Silva and Marcus Alonso. Harry Kane's form is then up for discussion before a debate about whether David Moyes made a mistake or not in bringing on Mark Noble to take the last minute penalty against Manchester United. Finally veteran broadcaster Gary Newbon joins the podcast to remember the great Jimmy Greaves. TOPICS: 1:30 – Thomas Tuchel's influence on Chelsea 13:50 – Thiago Silva's longevity 20:30 – Marcus Alonso's revival 23.30 – Harry Kane's form 31:00 – Mark Noble's penalty 40:45 - Remembering Jimmy Greaves
On this week's show I'm joined by Rory Smith of the New York Times to talk about the new edict to referees from on high for them to 'let it flow'. Is this going to lead to a rise in injuries as players push the boundaries, realising they may not get the kind of punishment they did before. We talk about the underlying culture of physicality in English football, how this is not a new thing – something Arsenal fans know only too well – and the way that refereeing and officiating appears to have a make it up as you go along element to it. We also chat about the proposal to make the World Cup biennial.After that it's some quick Arsenal chat with Andrew Allen as we face a non-European season, and how we have to make that 'advantage' count, particularly for games like the weekend trip to Burnley.Follow Rory @rorysmith : Follow Andrew @aallensportIf you want to become an Arseblog Member on Patreon, you can sign up at patreon.com/arseblog for just €5 per month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Chris Sutton discuss the Premier League games from the weekend. What impact did Cristiano Ronaldo have when he returned to Old Trafford? Can his influence win Manchester United the league? The panel discuss which team had the biggest win of the weekend and the impact of new signings at Crystal Palace. After Mo Salah got his 100th goal in the Premier League, the panel discuss whether he could be an underrated player. Plus, Micah explains the day he was involved in a social media blunder with Joleon Lescott. TOPICS: 0.44 – Cristiano Ronaldo 4.09 – Manchester United title contenders? 5.45 – The impact of Ronaldo 13.40 – Bruno Fernandes 17.12 – Paul Pogba 20.31 – Biggest win of the weekend 21.30 – Arsenal v Norwich 25.50 – Micah on Joleon Lescott's social media blunder 30.02 – Crystal Palace v Tottenham 31.10 - Odsonne Edouard 39.02 – Totteham's season so far 41.40 – Mo Salah 46.06 – Other underrated players
Max Rushden is joined by Faye Carruthers, Jonathan Liew, Rory Smith and Jim Burke to review the midweek internationals and preview the weekend. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Mark Chapman brings you the Monday Night Club with Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith reflecting on the weekend's big Premier League talking points. The boys discuss Arsenal's worst ever start to a season with two defeats and no goals in their first two games. They're the biggest spenders in the top flight this summer so who's to blame for the rut they find themselves in? Johnny Cochrane from the Arsenal Opinion podcast joins us to give the fans' perspective on the situation and Arteta's future. Micah and Chris share the bizarre things opposition supporters have done to try and put them off after some interesting antics from Leeds fans during their draw with Everton. Jurgen Klopp and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer vented their frustrations at some of the refereeing performances over the weekend. Are referees being more lenient this season compared to last? Is that what the fans want so they can see more free-flowing games? And with Brighton winning both their opening matches, will Graham Potter's side finally get the rewards for their attractive style of play this season? TOPICS 04.16 – Arsenal's worst ever start 11.40 – Johnny Cochrane from Arsenal Opinion podcast 22.30 – Pablo Mari's battle with Romelu Lukaku 34.00 – Change in refereeing this season 39.50 – Brighton's winning start
The Monday Night Club gang are reunited for the first time this season, to reflect on the opening weekend of the Premier League. Mark Chapman gets Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith to give their thoughts on who shouldn't be overreacting and who definitely must not be discouraged after the first lot of fixtures. Up for discussion in this episode is the new belief at Tottenham and whether Nuno Espírito Santo has connected with the side in a way Jose Mourinho was unable to. What role will Jack Grealish play at Manchester City - is he there to be shaped into a 'Pep Guardiola player' or will they let his natural talent take the lead? Could Manchester United challenge for the title? Rory isn't sure they have enough strength in all areas of the pitch. And after a dream start for Brentford, could they prove to be a bogie side for most in the league this campaign? Plus - we have a dog doorbell, cursed grounds and celebrity criticism all featuring. Confused? Have a listen. TOPICS 1'00 Overreaction Monday 6'00 New belief at Tottenham 11'00 The role of Jack Grealish 15'30 Cursed grounds 19'30 Man United title contenders? 28'00 Chelsea and Chalobah 31'00 Brentford the bogie side 42'00 Celebrity criticism
Kelly Cates is joined by Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Don Hutchison for the first Monday Night Club of the season. They discuss who they think will challenge for the Premier League title and reflect on Lionel Messi's departure from Barcelona. We hear from Jack Grealish after he spoke at his press conference & was officially unveiled as a Manchester City player. Plus, what is xT?
Today, Nedum flips the script on Rory Smith, UK-based New York Times chief soccer correspondent, to get some insight on his approach to sport journalism. Connect with Nedum on Social Media: Instagram @kickback_nedum Twitter @kickback_nedum Be sure to check out the official Kickback playlist, hand-picked by Nedum: Spotify https://spoti.fi/2kXmkib Apple Music https://bit.ly/KickbackApple Music by S.K.I.T.Z Beatz, aka Aiden Hogarth Graphic Design by David Dryden --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nedum-onuoha/message
Your favourite social media videos all rolled into one streamable audio listening experience that forms the greatest resource we have ever created. You will now have a one stop shop for any jokes you may wish to tell at work, at sport or with your friends over the next few days! Featuring all your favourites: Leigh Drennan, Mitchell Drennan, Sam Heazlett, Rory Smith, Jana Gillam, Matthew Gillam, Eloise Allen and Michael Kelly. Please enjoy and we hope to see you back here!
Australian scientists have played a lead role in an exciting new discovery which may be key to unlocking the secrets of the universe. For the first time, astronomers have witnessed the death spiral and merger of the densest objects in the universe - a neutron star and a black hole in two separate collisions.
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Rory Smith, Philippe Auclair and Nick Ames review a dramatic day of Euro 2020 action, as Spain win an eight-goal thriller against Croatia and Switzerland shock favourites France on penalties. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Half the teams that started the finals of Euro 2020/1 have been knocked out, and now the big teams are starting to fall. We talk about where it went wrong for Holland, and why the real victim in their downfall is Jose Mourinho. Rory Smith and Dion Fanning join us to talk about Belgium v Portugal. Was violence part of Portugal's gameplan? Rory has been doing some blue sky thinking about the future of the Euros. What if we went… even bigger?
Matt Davies Adams, Rory Smith, and Sasha Goryunov are here as Denmark make their mark on this tournament and squeeze into the next stage whilst Austria find their fast flowing football. Copenhagen was the place to be on Monday night as Denmark scored four magnificent goals to set up their place in the round of 16. Whilst Finland gave Belgium a run for their money before Lukaku turned the fireworks on. Plus we had one of the most memorable moments of the tournament so far - and VAR was involved in a positive way! In Group C it's Ukraine who are left wondering if they're in or out, and we waved goodbye to tournament cult hero Goran Pandev with an emotional guard of honour. Up next it's England v Czech Republic and Croatia v Scotland where it's "you finish second" "no, you finish second" at Wembley and win at all costs in Hampden. And where Covid 19 is wreaking havoc with protocols as Billy Gilmour is out and it's a bit of a confusion over Mount and Chilwell for England. All that plus there's a rather special 'On This Day' for Matt - and we find out that his dog has a middle name.... RUNNING ORDER PART 1: Drama or no drama? (01m 30s) PART 2a: Denmark 4-1 Russia (05m 30s) PART 2b: Belgium 2-0 Finland (14m 00s) PART 3a: Austria 1-0 Ukraine (21m 30s) PART 3b: Netherlands 3-0 North Macedonia (24m 30s) PART 4a: England v Czech Republic preview. (29m 00s) PART 4b: Scotland v Croatia preview with JJ Bull (37m 30s) PART 5: The Odds with Paddy Power (47m 30s) PART 6: On This Day (50m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • 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
2021 June 20th - Race Time Radio Original broadcast aired live RTR Live Stream and on SiriusXM Ch 167 With Your Host: Joe Chisholm And Co-Host Joe Chisholm Jr. Featuring: - Treyten Lapcevich No.32 wins Flamboro's 1st Grisdale Triple Crown race of 2021 - Lane Zardo winner in the Sunset Speedway Super Stock event - Pete Shepherd III prepares for the 2021 APC United Racing Series - Rory Smith No.16 wins both 50 lap Late Model Races at BC's Western Speedway - Congratulations to Paul Maltese winner of Sunset Speedway Late Model race Access To Race Time Radio: Live Stream Via: http://racetimeradio.com/live_stream.htm Web: http://www.racetimeradio.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Racetimeradio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/race.timeradio iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/race-time-radio/id1368707581 Free App For Easy Listening: http://instantapp.com/racetimeradiolive/ Missed a Broadcast Catch Up Here:: https://racetimeradio.podbean.com Motorsports Links: - https://www.facebook.com/treyten.lapcevich - https://twitter.com/TreytenL - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Flamboro%20Speedway/104028876300357/ https://twitter.com/FlamboroSpdwy - https://www.flamborospeedway.ca/ - https://www.facebook.com/lane46 - https://www.facebook.com/sunsetspeedway - https://twitter.com/Sunset_Speedway - http://www.sunsetspeedway.ca/ - https://www.facebook.com/pete.shepherd3 https://twitter.com/Petey_3 - https://www.facebook.com/APCSeries - https://twitter.com/UnitedLMSeries - https://www.apcracingseries.com/ - https://www.facebook.com/rory.smith.397 Race Time Radio Fuelled By:: Visit: Qwick Wick https://www.qwickwick.com/ Save $ Use Promo Code: RTR https://www.qwickwick.com/collections/frontpage/products/fire-starters 'Limited Time Offer' Visit: Rev TV: http://revtv.ca/ Visit Napa Auto Parts: - New Glasgow https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/new-glasgow/store/1006060 - Antigonish: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/antigonish/store/1001258 - Port Hawkesbury: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/port-hawkesbury/store/1007375 Visit: Bobbleheads Canada - http://bobbleheadscanada.ca Visit: VP Racing Fuels: https://vpontario.com/ Visit: APX Racewear: https://www.facebook.com/APX-Racewear-241826969293535/?fref=ts Visit: Quality Inn Halifax Airport http://www.airporthotelhalifax.com/ Visit: Dawson Dental http://dawsondental.ca/ Visit: Hoiliday Inn Express - New Glasgow https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/stellarton/ytrst/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-EX-_-CA-_-YTRST Visit: Atlantic Tiltload http://www.atlantictiltload.com/ Visit: CTMP For All Upcoming Events https://canadiantiremotorsportpark.com/ Visit: RPM Race Parts https://www.facebook.com/RPM-Race-Parts-103247914650387 Visit: SiriusXM Ch 167 https://www.siriusxm.ca/channels/canada-talks/ Plus: Join Us Weekly Sunday Nights Live on RTR Live Stream at 7:00 pm ET Open Phone Lines: 1-519-372-2544 Tune-In Live Stream Via: http://www.racetimeradio.com/live_stream.htm Or On SiriusXM Ch 167 `````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````
The podcast where four friends - presenter Hugh Ferris, writer Rory Smith, commentator Steven Wyeth & pundit Andy Hinchcliffe - talk football over food. This week: footballing families and the impact a successful player has on their offspring's chance of success. In what seems an increasingly incestuous industry, is a legacy talent a help or a hindrance and does nepotism give a youngster an edge when tough judgements are made about a talent's potential for fulfilment? And does a genetic disposition and exposure & opportunity ultimately trump a similar talent that lacks the benefit of privilege and contacts? Plus if you're thinking footballing fathers & sons would make an ideal SPM Select XI then you are in luck! The food: Chinch consumes something that sounds like a salon quality shampoo or experimentally cocktail but is apparently good for him. Emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on twitter @setpiecemenu
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Nedum Onuoha for the final Monday Night Club of the season. The boys get stuck into Saturday’s Champions League final. They take a deeper look into the managers, N’Golo Kante’s evolution and what this means for Chelsea going forward. Plus, Wales have announced their 26 man squad for the Euros and Brentford’s Director of Football, Rasmus Ankersen, joins us to talk about their plans for the Premier League next season. Topics: 2’09 – Aguero to Barcelona 3’12 – Champions League review 18’57 – N’Golo Kante performance 26’20 – Dave Edwards on the Wales squad 38’28 - Rasmus Ankersen on Brentford’s promotion
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The team reflect on whether Liverpool’s third place finish was an achievement or a disappointment. The boys talk about who could possibly be the next Leicester City in the Premier League and look ahead to a big week of European finals. Plus, hear from St Johnstone’s cup double winning manager, Callum Davidson. Topics 3’54 – Liverpool's season 12’08 – Rory Smith on Gini Wijnaldum 13’57 – Stories of Micah's and Chris' kit men 18’16 – Who is the next Leicester City? Everton, Leeds, Aston Villa or Newcastle? 30’00 – Chelsea's form going into Champions League final 36’00 – Manchester City's form going into Champions League final 42’40 – The importance of winning the Europa League for Manchester United 48’30 – St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson
Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City spent 92% of the last two seasons in the top 4, yet twice missed out on Champions League football. Is Rodgers officially a nearly man or can he talk his way out of this one? Ken has a look at the cold hard facts. Rory Smith and Jonathan Wilson join us to talk about the end of the Premier League season. Are Liverpool right to let the injury-proof Gini Wijnaldum leave? Could Harry Kane bring City the love they crave? And who do they see as Manager of the Year? Plus there's Pep's tears, limbs in Bale's face and cold Manchester rain.
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The team reflect on Leicester’s emotional FA Cup win at Wembley on Saturday and speak to club legend Andy King about how the club have got to this point and where they can go next. The boys dissect goalkeeper Alisson’s header at West Brom that kept Liverpool on course for a top four finish in the Premier League, and discuss whether Ronnie Corbett would pose as much of a threat in the penalty box! Rangers fan and multiple Grand Slam winning British Tennis player Gordon Reid and podcaster Colin Armstong swing by to break down how Steven Gerrard’s side completed a Scottish Premiership season undefeated. And finally, The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke explains why Harry Kane may end up staying at Tottenham regardless of his frustrations over a lack of silverware. TOPICS: 01.30 - Micah and Rory's lunch 0400 - Leicester's emotional FA Cup win 10.00 - Andy King's day at Wembley 17.20 - Alisson's winner at West Brom 24.30 - Race for the top four 26.50 - Rangers undefeated league season 34.50 - Harry Kane's future at Tottenham
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss if there is more to Sergio Aguero’s missed panenka penalty and whether Thomas Tuchel has found out the best way to play against a Pep Guardiola side. Ahead of Leicester City’s away trip to Manchester United on Wednesday, the team discuss whether Brendan Rodgers side can finish the season in the top four. Plus the relegation picture is complete, can West Brom bounce back next season under Sam Allardyce. And Mark talks to Alistair Bruce-Ball and Karen Carney after Fulham’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed after their defeat to Burnley TOPICS: 00:50 - The team on Agueros missed paneka 07:20 - Is there a psychological battle between Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel 13:16 - Leicester City’s Champions League hopes 25:13 - Should West Brom keep Sam Allardyce in charge? 32:30 - Do West Brom have the team to bounce back to the Premier League? 37:50 - Reaction to Fulham’s defeat to Burnley 40:38 - Scott Parker interview
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss the unrest at Old Trafford on Sunday before being joined by Jamie from “United We Stand”, who was part of the demonstrations and even got onto the pitch. Jamie explains what was behind the protest and how it came together before suggesting what they’ll do next in their attempts to get the Glazer Family’s attention. Focus turns to Everton to ask whether Carlo Ancelotti is underachieving at Goodison Park, before Gabriele Marcotti drops by to explain how Antonio Conte led Inter Milan to their first Serie A title for 10 years. TOPICS: 00.38 – Micah’s experience of the protests at Old Trafford 07.53 – Jamie from United We Stand 23.45 – Everton underperforming 40.00 – How Inter won Serie A
Steve Crossman, Micah Richards and Rory Smith are joined by Nedum Onuoha to bring you the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss Manchester City's win on the weekend where they beat Tottenham to win the EFL Cup. They give some love to Fernandinho and share their thoughts on why he is so important to the club. They also dive deep into Pep Guardiola’s legacy at Manchester City and how he handles players. The guys also discuss Thomas Tuchel’s impressive start to life in the Premier League and the effect he has had on bringing the best out this Chelsea squad. And Watford goalkeeper, Daniel Bachmann joins the pod to give his insight in to what has gone right this year, after his side got promoted back into the Premier League on Saturday. TOPICS: 7’00 – League Cup chat. 11’00 – Fernandinho appreciation section 13’00 – Nedum on Fernandinho: “He’s a huge part of the identity of the club.” 15’00 – Micah’s memories on when he first met Fernandinho. 28’00 – Pep Guardiola section and how impressive his trophy winning stats are. 30’00 – Rory on how this is Guardiola’s best chance of winning the Champions League. 31’00 – How Guardiola handles players. 36’00 – Aguero chat with Micah saying that he should have featured in the game. 40’00 – Thomas Tuchel section and how Micah has been impressed with the start he has had at Chelsea. 42’00 – Interview with Watford goalkeeper, Daniel Bachmann.
After the crime was uncovered last week, there must be punishment. But what form will this punishment take? Will the prodigal sons be welcomed back into the fold, or is swift, harsh judgement coming their way? Rory Smith of the New York Times, and the Currency's Dion Fanning hold court on today's show. We also discuss why Dublin lost their Euro 2020 games, heart-break for Moyesy, and a United/Leeds game so bad it had Jamie Carragher hooting derisively at the players' efforts.
The podcast where four friends - presenter Hugh Ferris, writer Rory Smith, commentator Steven Wyeth & pundit Andy Hinchcliffe - talk football over food. The football: The Super League, blink and you'd have missed it. The ambitions of the owners of the self-proclaimed elite clubs to revolutionise European football wasn't well planned, was terribly executed and a PR disaster for all involved. What will be the consequences, what punishment should they face and what, if anything, will anyone learn? The food: Wherever Chinch goes, so does his plug-in lunchbox. And that's left a stench of fish pie on gantries from Elland Road to Carrow Road and beyond... Get in touch via @setpiecemenu and via email@example.com
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith bring you a Monday Night Club all about the European Super League. The panel give their reactions and discuss the impact on the players after protests were carried out at Elland Road ahead of Leeds’ 1-all draw with Liverpool. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gives his opinion on the new plans before Kat Pijetlovic, who wrote the book “EU Sports Law & Breakaway Leagues in Football” joins the team to talk about why she saw this coming six years ago. Finally the team break down what this could mean for the Premier League and the sanctions FIFA and UEFA have brought forward. TOPICS: 01.00 - Players facing the backlash 02.30 – Micah on Manchester City 06.45 – Jurgen Klopp interview 13.40 - Kat Pijetlovic on legal battles 29.00 – German and French clubs rejecting proposals 35.00 – When might this happen? 39.00 – Impact on fans 46.20 – Sanctions for players and clubs
Jimbo, Rory Smith, Daniel Storey and Tom Williams discuss an eyebrow-raising return for the Premier League. West Brom secure one of the shock results of the season, thrashing Chelsea 5-2 at Stamford Bridge. Man City breeze past Leicester – have they become impossible to manage against? Liverpool cruise past the Gunners, with the panel enjoying the chaos and directness that Diogo Jota brings. But as for Arsenal, how did they spend so much money to end up in mid-table? Ligue 1 is hotting up as PSG lose at home to Lille. The table looks very good for leaders Lille but is their business model about to be destroyed by pandemic finances? And Rory makes his Inter Totally Cup debut against Matt Davies-Adams. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Man Utd 2-1 Brighton (03m 30s) • PART 1b: Chelsea 2-5 West Brom (11m 00s) • PART 2a: Arsenal 0-3 Liverpool (22m 00s) • PART 2b: Leicester 0-2 Man City (35m 00s) • PART 3: PSG 0-1 Lille (39m 30s) • PART 4: The rest of the Premier League weekend (46m 30s) • PART 5: Inter Totally Cup – Smith v Davies-Adams (58m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £4 A MONTH: • 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
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith react to the news of Sergio Aguero leaving Manchester City at the end of the season. David Mooney from the Blue Moon podcast joins the panel as they analyse his legacy and what is the end of an era. There’s a look at the Argentine’s legacy, what he brought to the Premier League and where next for both club and striker? The panel also take a look at England’s full-backs including the evolution of the role. With the resurgence of Luke Shaw, is he one of the best options for Gareth Southgate for that position? And there's a debut of ‘Michael' Richards bingo. TOPICS: 02:30 - Reaction of Aguero leaving 07:30 - Where next for the forward? 13:20 - A statement from the man himself 18:00 - David Mooney with the fans take 29:00 - Micah on the evolution of full-backs 33:16 - Which of the backline should Southgate choose?
If one episode of the Football Daily podcast from the Monday Night Club was not enough for you this week….then fear not, we have an extra pod from Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for you. Ahead of England’s first World Cup qualifier against San Marino on Thursday, the team debate who should partner Harry Kane in England’s attack at this summer’s Euros. Who sticks with the traditional “Sterling and Rashford” approach and who is demanding that Jack Grealish and James Maddison should be in that England squad? The panel also discuss whether Gareth Southgate’s formations are making the most of the young attacking talent available to him. We have commentary of England v San Marino from Wembley from 7.45pm on Thursday night on 5 Live.
Rory Smith joins Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller on this week’s Greatest Games to reflect on one of football’s most highly-anticipated fixtures to have never even happened – the postponed 2018 Copa Libertadores final second-leg between River Plate and Boca Juniors. A rousing 2-2 draw at La Bombonera had perfectly set-up a winner-takes-all Copa Libertadores superclásico final – the like of which never to have been witnessed before in the 58-year history of the competition. However, it was an occasion that proved too seismic to even taken place – where it was originally intended to have been hosted, at least. The local and global significance of the superclásico, Conmebol tribulations, Jacaranda trees and more.About the panel: Jonathan Wilson founded The Blizzard in 2011 and is editor of the magazine. He’s contributed to a number of publications including the Guardian and Sports Illustrated as well as having authored Behind the Curtain, Inverting the Pyramid, The Outsider, Angels with Dirty Faces and most recently The Names Heard Long Ago, among others. Marcus Speller is a host of the Football Ramble podcast as well as Answerable Questions with Questionable Answers. Marcus also regularly hosts our live Q&A events across the country alongside Jonathan. Rory Smith is the chief soccer correspondent for the New York Times, a regular on BBC Radio Five Live and author of Mister: The Men Who Gave The World The Game. Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: https://www.theblizzard.co.uk/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblizzard__/
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith bring you the Monday Night Club. Board Member of the Newcastle United Supporters Trust, Alex Hurst joins the pod to discuss what’s gone wrong at Newcastle. Have injuries had an impact or is it a breakdown in relationship between manager and players? The Monday Night Club discuss why Leicester’s transfer tactics have been successful with Rob Tanner from the Athletic. Is their recruitment process the same for managers as it is for players? Plus which of the MNC learnt to sew at school? TOPICS: 00.30 – School sewing 01.50 – MNC give their thoughts on Newcastle 08.30 – How injuries are affecting teams 09.15 – Alex Hurst NUFC Supporters Trust 17.00 – Fans reaction to Steve Bruce 22.50 – Steve Bruce comparison to Graham Potter 26.12 – Leicester’s transfer tactics 31.11 – Leicester’s money and global brand 35.20 – Key to signing great players 44.50 – Manchester United and Solskjaer’s comment on trophies 48:40 – Importance of the FA Cup
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith look at the key issues from the weekend, including Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang being dropped for the North London derby over a "disciplinary issue". After Erik Lamela's sensational rabona, we hear about the greatest goals the team have scored themselves. Chris has strong words for Sheffield United's players after their 5-0 loss at Leicester, while the panel also ask whether Kelechi Iheanacho can step up to become Jamie Vardy's long term replacement at Leicester. And we find out what Chris got for his birthday.
Kelly Cates is joined by Clinton Morrison, Karen Carney and Rory Smith from the New York Times as Liverpool prepare for a crunch match in the Champions League on Wednesday night. The panel discuss whether Liverpool’s season could effectively be over if they are knocked out by RB Leipzig, whether they can play “pandemic” football and you’ll hear from Georginio Wijnaldum on his future as he’s set to be out of contract at the end of the season. Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp has ruled out replacing Joachim Low as he announced that he’s stepping down as Germany manager after 15 years in charge after this summer’s Euros. And West Ham fan and journalist Sam Delaney joins the pod to talk about whether he thinks his side’s form would be affected by having fans inside the London Stadium this season and on Mark Noble – who will end his career at the club in 2022. Topics: 2’15” – Jurgen Klopp looking ahead to Liverpool’s crucial Champions League match with RB Leipzig 3’00” – Could Liverpool’s season effectively end tomorrow? 4’00” – Chat on why Liverpool’s form has been so poor 8’00” – Why the lack of fans in stadiums has affected Liverpool so much 14’10” – Can Liverpool play “pandemic football”? 16’15” – Gini Wijnaldum on his future 22’10” – Chat on Joachim Low leaving Germany after the Euros 30’27” – West Ham fan Sam Delaney on if supporters inside stadiums would change their form 35’10” – Sam on David Moyes’ return to the club 40’00” – Sam on Mark Noble announcing he’s finishing his career at the club in 2022
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton & Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club as we look back on perhaps the biggest refereeing controversy of them all since the introduction of VAR in the Premier League. We debate what should happen next to ensure better decisions are made - is it time for referees to be hooked up to microphones like other sports? Or should officials have to explain their decisions to the media? As Manchester United failed to score against a so-called "big-6" rival once again this season, is Bruno Fernandes in contention for player of the year accolades? Or does he need to have a greater impact in the bigger games? And after a starring role in which he scored twice in their four-nil win over Burnley, have Tottenham finally unlocked the Gareth Bale of old? TOPICS: 03:12: What on earth happened at the Hawthorns? Debate on Lee Mason's decision to disallow Lewis Dunk's goal against West Brom. 08:00: VAR in football, its impact, implementation and is it damaging football? 17:00: Should referees be recorded via microphone during games or have to explain their decisions? 25:30: Manchester United fail to score against a fellow "big-6" rival once again. 28:00: Debate on Bruno Fernandes in big games and his credentials for the Player of the Year awards. 38:37: Has the real Gareth Bale finally stood up for Spurs?
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton & Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club as they look at the race for the top four and the bizarre leaked news of Jack Grealish's injury via the medium of fantasy football!? We also debate England's embarrassment of riches in their midfield and attacking areas as the Euros get ever-closer. Can Gareth Southgate pick a winning formula with the talent at his disposal this summer? Plus, Jose Mourinho says his coaching methods are "second to nobody in the world" despite Tottenham's 2-1 defeat at West Ham, their fifth Premier League loss in six games. TOPICS: 04:02: Jack Grealish, James Maddison and England's and embarrassment of riches. 09:46: Jack Grealish's injury leaked by Fantasy Football changes? 16:40: The big-six to be breached by top-four hopefuls? Will Everton, Leicester or West Ham crash the party? 22:25: David Moyes, West Ham and the recruitment hierarchy in football. 40:05: Jose Mourinho says his coaching methods are "second to nobody in the world".
Mark Chapman is joined by Clinton Morrison, Karen Carney and Rory Smith. They talk Kylian Mbappé after his hattrick in PSG’s 4-1 win over Barcelona. What does the future hold for him? And will he move to the Premier League when his contract ends? Lionel Messi is also on the agenda as the pod discuss how long he has left playing at the top level and whether a move is on the cards. Former Republic of Ireland forward Jonathan Walters joins the pod to talk about why he wants to be the new PFA CEO and how he would change the PFA for the better. Plus, Clinton struggles to remember which Brazilian star he swapped shirts with after a game against R9, Ronaldinho and Cafu, and will Thierry Henry manage Bournemouth? Note: This podcast was recorded before the day’s football TOPICS: 20secs – Kylian Mbappé performance against Barcelona 16mins 30secs – Clinton on playing with R9 when Ireland played Brazil 20mins 10secs – Barcelona and Lionel Messi’s future 27mins – The highest paid sports team on the planet 29mins 21secs – Thierry Henry to Bournemouth? 35mins 21secs – Jonathan Walters on wanting to be PFA CEO
Mark Chapman, Rory Smith, Chris Sutton and Micah Richards return with the Monday Night Club edition of the Football Daily. With Phil Foden once again impressing, the team look at just how good the Man City midfielder could become. They also assess where Liverpool’s problems lie after the weekend’s loss to Pep Guardiola’s side. And they ask why it’s taken so long for Newcastle to change their style of play. Plus what's a shot location? TOPICS: 1min - Chris jokes with Rory about ‘shot locations’ 3mins 30secs – Midfield issues at Liverpool as well as defence? 6mins 25secs – Why didn’t Liverpool sign a defender sooner? 10mins 45secs – Micah mistakes the saying ‘Bit between your teeth’ for ‘Grit in your teeth’ 16mins 30secs – The MNC club discuss Phil Foden’s impact at Manchester City 24mins – Micah on being an ambassador for Manchester City 27mins 20secs – Solskjaer’s change of tactic at Manchester United 34mins 30secs – Micah making up for lack of interviews 34mins 50secs – Newcastle and why things are looking up 36mins – Chris Sutton on Graham Jones and Bruce not mentioning his name 41mins – Micah on working under Steve Bruce 45mins 30secs – Shot locations and what makes a good shot location 48mins 20secs – Shot location and Chris Sutton not needing to worry at Chelsea
Jimbo is joined by Rory Smith, Faye Carruthers and Duncan Alexander to look ahead to Liverpool’s potentially season-defining game against Man City after their home defeat to Brighton. Plus: United put nine past Saints; Jesse Lingard off to a flier at West Ham; and the madness in Marseilles RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Midweek round-up (03m 30s) • PART 1b: United 9 - 0 Southampton (04m 50s) • PART 1c: Everton bounce back (14m 20s) • PART 2a: Brighton beat Liverpool - with City next for the Reds (18m 30s) • PART 2b: Sean Dyche’s press conference (29m 40s) • PART 3a: Jesse Lingard is back (31m 30s) • PART 3b: Wolves 2 - 1 Arsenal and a Gunners’s goalkeeping crisis (37m 00s) • PART 4a: Emma Hayes news (48m 00s) • PART 4b: The relegation picture (50m 30s) • PART 5: The odds with Lee Price from Paddy Power (59m 00s) • PART 6: AVB and the madness at Marseilles (61m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC AND GET 30% OFF: • 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
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club The panel discuss what Guardiola has done to turn Man City’s form around this season. Micah has some tips for Thomas Tuchel to get Timo Werner firing & have Manchester United missed their title shot? Plus - Ex Preston manager Simon Grayson joins the pod to talk about Ben Davies signing for Liverpool Topics: 1.35 – Micah and Mark discuss meeting Eddie Howe on MOTD 2 4.45 - What are the reasons behind Man City’s upturn in form? 15.22 – Tuchel’s German influence on Werner and Havertz 26.29 – Rory gives a demonstration on how to pronounce Martin Ødegaard 29.31 – Micah discusses Manchester United faltering against Sheffield United & Arsenal 36.23 – Simon Grayson joins the pod to discuss Ben Davies 43.30 – Micah Richards the next Marlon Brando?
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith who debate if owner Roman Abramovich was right to sack the club legend and contemplate the team’s future. The panel also discuss Micah’s favourite takeaways and Chris has a new 'Appreciation Society' to rival the one Micah presides over for Jack Grealish.
Max Rushden is joined by Jacob Steinberg, Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Rory Smith to discuss Chelsea’s decision to sack Frank Lampard and round up the latest FA Cup fourth-round action. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith discuss the main talking points in the fallout from Liverpool and Manchester United’s goalless draw. The champions have now gone three games without finding the back of the net and we debate why one of the Premier League’s most prolific attacks have started to struggle in front of goal. It’s been a tale of redemption on both sides of Manchester as United’s Luke Shaw and City’s John Stones have hit top form. We look at how the England pair have become integral to their teams’ efforts recently, having previously struggled. We also take a closer look at Wolves after another defeat, this time to rivals West Brom. Topics: 03:34: Liverpool’s recent goal scoring problems and centre back shortage 16:15: Luke Shaw’s redemption and trust in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 26:00: John Stones back to his best at Manchester City and Ilkay Gundogan’s importance 35:30: Wolves continue to struggle and why was Conor Coady taken off?
The Monday Night Club is joined by Crawley defender Jordan Tunnicliffe to discuss how the League Two squad were united by wanting to, ‘prove people wrong’. Mark Chapman presents the pod where you’ll hear about Micah Richards’ behaviour during ‘horrible trials’ at Manchester City, why Chris Sutton is great at reading bed time stories and Rory Smith discusses why current scouting methods might need to be updated. Nedum Onhoua got in touch with the pod and joins the guys to discuss Lyle Taylor’s comments about ‘Black Lives Matter’.
Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club edition of the Football Daily. There's reaction to Southampton's 1-nil victory over Liverpool, which prompted an emotional reaction from Southampton's manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. The panel also look at Chelsea's struggles in recent weeks, and Rangers' dominant form in Scotland.