When West Ham supporters serenaded Jesse Lingard as "one of our own" on Sunday they probably didn't anticipate the player, who has been at United since the age of seven, would return the gesture with the winning goal. Lingard did his best to keep a lid on celebrations. Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes were having none of it.Ed & Paul discuss a dramatic afternoon in East London, but first the hugely disappointing performance and result at Young Boys in Berne on the opening matchday of this season's Champions League. For all the progress under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer , the Norwegian still has much to learn.Finally, an interview Ed conducted with Smarterscout founder Dan Altman earlier this summer on evolution in the football analytics market.No Question About That is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon Music and all good podcast apps. We really appreciate your support. Please hit that subscribe button, leave a rating and write us a review! Talk to us on Twitter and Instagram. No Question About That is produced by the award-winning Tom Jenkins. If you are interested in supporting the show and accessing extra content and rewards, check out our Patreon page.
Welcome to #TheMasterclass Tactical Podcast! Haider Rubbani and Rob Blanchette are back for the Gameweek 3 of #TheMasterclass of the new season,. Manchester United fans are on cloud 9 after the announcement of Cristiano Ronaldo's return. However, it is time to now focus on the football with Manchester United travelling to the Molineux for a tricky fixture against Wolves. No side has had more shots this season without scoring a goal and Bruno Laga's men will want to bring United crashing back down to earth. Last time out was a major disappointment for Ole's men and with Scott Mctominay out for a while, he will need to find a solution to the problems in Manchester United's double pivot. Find more of #TheMasterclass content on the links below: The Football Masterclass Website: https://www.thefootballmasterclass.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5aD... Apple pods:https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/00pe57G... Google:https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0... Anchor:https://anchor.fm/tfmasterclass Haider Rubbani Twitter: https://twitter.com/Haider_Rubbani Rob Blanchette Twitter: https://twitter.com/_Rob_B The Masterclass Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFMasterclass
BACK TO REALITY?! In this week's episode of the United Pulse Podcast the full cast reunite to discuss the disappointing result against Southampton which saw Manchester United draw 1-1 at the St. Mary's Stadium. The lads break down how the match went down and why Manchester United struggled against a stubborn Saints side. The fellas discuss Anthony Martial and whether or not he's ran out of time at Manchester United, as well as Ole Gunnar Solskajer's team selection. The boys ask whether or not Ole got his team selection wrong such as staring Martial and choosing Nemanja Matic as a replacement for Scott McTominay who was out injured. The guys close off with a prediction against United's next opponent Wolverhampton Wanderers and ask whether or not there will be more outgoings or incomings for Manchester United in the transfer window. Snacks' Twitter: @snackmight Eames' Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin's Twitter: @elchicouno Mezzala's TikTok: @mezzala Music Credit: DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
Jadon Sancho is expected to complete a £73 million transfer to Manchester United following the conclusion of EURO 2020. The Borussia Dortmund winger has been tailed by Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side for well over a year - and now it appears they have their man, for £30 million less than they would have paid last summer. But what does this mean for £40 million teenager Amad Diallo, golden boy Mason Greenwood and the links to other players such as FC Nordsjælland's Kamaldeen Sulemana and Stade Rennais' Eduardo Camavinga? Data scientist and Scouted Football analyst Kees van Hemmen provides the insight on what Sancho's Man United move means. 5:54: What does Jadon Sancho bring to Man Utd? 17:58: Should Amad Diallo go out on loan? 27:07: Can Mason Greenwood become a Man Utd centre-forward? 32:13: 'Lightning in a bottle' Kamaldeen Sulemana 38:38: Is Eduardo Camavinga, Paul Pogba or Scott McTominay's long-term replacement?
Spurs Show host Mike Leigh features in the first episode of a new series to accompany the Euros, hosted by Barry Castagnola and this week also featuring comedians Daniel Slossa and Kai Humphries, we test our Euros knowledge and look ahead to the competition! Search for Never Write Off The Germans in your favourite podcast app. Visit https://uk.hyperx.com between 11 June – 11 July 2021 inclusive and use the code “EURO2020” for 20% off top class full price HyperX gaming headsets. Offer is valid for UK based customers only and is subject to availability. No minimum spend required. During the promotional period the code can only be used once, cannot be used in conjunction with any other HyperX offer and is not transferable. Offer subject to change or withdrawal without notice. See https://www.kingston.com/company/eu-shop-tcs for full terms and conditions. Free standard delivery to UK addresses for orders of £79 or more. If you return any headset(s) purchased with the code you will receive a refund of the discounted price you paid for the returned headset(s). spursshow.net @spursshow Support us at season.spursshow.net Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Jonny and Jordan do their final podcast of the season before turning their attention to the European Championships. 1) Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United: A disappointing end to their Europa League journey!2) Pep Guardiola and Manchester City: A bizarre selection choice let City down!3) Transfers Completed: Ibrahima Konate to Liverpool, Sergio Aguero to Barcelona and David Alaba to Real Madrid!4) Is Gareth Southgate making a mistake by snubbing Trent Alexander-Arnold?Trouble With Tribals by Kevin MacLeodLink: https:/incompetech.filmmusic.iosong6621-trouble-with-tribalsLicense: https://filmmusic.iostandard-license
En 2017 se coronó por última ocasión el cuadro de Old Trafford. fue con la misma Europa League que pelea ahora ante Villarreal, aunque con Jose Mourinho como entrenador y jugadores distintos Con Ole Gunnar Solksjaer los diablos rojos para Daniel Nohra, Hugo Salcedo y Diego Peña han alcanzado un nivel competetivo aunque con cuestiones por mejorar y también reconocimientos para el equipo del noruego
Welcome to Episode 39 of The Masterclass in association with Sport Social. This week Haider Rubbani & Rob Blanchette sit down to analyse Manchester United's tactical performance against Marcelo Bielsa's all action Leeds United. This is the first meeting between the sides at Elland Road in the league since 2003. After an eventful week or so with the European Super League debacle and the growing #GlazersOut protests, Ole will be hoping to secure 3 points away at their bitter rivals. It has been a week where we have seen the footballing community united and rally together against the greed of the Top 6 owners. The players and fans alike will be looking forward to focussing on proceedings on the pitch in this mouth watering clash. Manchester United smashed Leeds 6-2 at Old Trafford earlier in the season with a fantastic performance by Scott Mctominay, who grabbed 2 goals in the first 10 minutes. Leeds are in great form and have gone five games unbeaten, taking points off teams like Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool in that time. United are also on a good run themselves, with five straight wins in all competitions since they went out of the FA Cup to Leicester. The points were shared in this stalemate as United failed to create any meaningful chances to win the game. Leeds were certainly more streetwise and sat in a mid block which United struggled to breakdown.A first half to forget with the men in red struggling to retain and create in the final third. Although United created more chances than the home side, they failed to create anything clear cut. All in all, a game to forget for the Red side of Manchester. Next up, Roma. Find our content on the links below: The Football Masterclass Website: https://www.thefootballmasterclass.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5aD... Apple pods:https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/00pe57G... Google:https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9wb2RjYXN0Lmdsb2JhbC5jb20vc2hvdy80Nzg5NjE0L2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ= Anchor:https://anchor.fm/tfmasterclass Haider Rubbani Twitter: https://twitter.com/Haider_Rubbani Rob Blanchette Twitter: https://twitter.com/_Rob_B The Masterclass Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFMasterclass Sport Social Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSportSocial Instagram: @efs_media, @ @haider_talks_football, @robsinstawham
Son is not getting any food from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, what is the foundational problem with VAR in the Premier League, does Liverpool need to disband the front fab 3, all will be discussed this week and much more! Timestamps: 00:37 - Man United defeats Tottenham and Mourinho 3-1 in a revenge reverse fixture 02:45 - Yash highlights his key Man United players in this Man United win 06:55 - Was Man United's first disallowed goal from Scott Mctominay's slap to Heung-Min Son's face the correct call? 10:10 - How is Mourinho still getting away with deflecting questions and putting the blame on others? 14:45 - How are neutrals and Spurs fans like listener Sungmin reacting to this disappointing run of games? 17:57 - Should Mourinho get sacked at the end of the season or should he get more financial backing for another season? 19:45 - Is the window for Tottenham winning a trophy closing soon? 23:20 - Should Harry Kane or Heung-Min Son leave Tottenham this summer? 28:00 - Liverpool defeats Aston Villa 2-1 in a revenge reverse fixture 28:37 - Why does VAR in the Premier League have more problems and inconsistencies compared to VAR in other leagues? 36:00 - Does the Liverpool front 3 of Salah, Mane, and Firmino need to change or go? 43:08 - Did Leeds upset on Man City open up the title race? no 45:20 - Jesse Lingard is still going off and helps Brendan Rodgers Leicester fulfill the late season poor form curse 51:00 - Relegation battle update 54:46 - Preview of upcoming games next game week We want to thank everyone for supporting the show!!! Follow Us: https://twitter.com/ThePremierPod https://www.instagram.com/thepremierpod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/yashbhika https://twitter.com/Haukpun Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yash10/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/haukpun/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yashbhika/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyler-chan-289073136/ MUSIC: Title: Buddha Artist: Kontekst Genre: Hip Hop & Rap Mood: Bright Download / Stream / Support: http://bit.ly/2Pe7mBN
With VAR ruling out Edinson Cavani's goal at Spurs for a 'foul' by Scott McTominay on Heung Min Son, it's thrown refereeing under spotlight again! Stephen Howson, Adam McKola and Jay Motty chat about whether it's time to scrap VAR for good. Stretford Paddock has content out EVERY DAY, make sure you’re subscribed for your Man United fix! - https://bit.ly/DEVILSsub
Host Richard Cracknell was joined by Lee McQueen, John Wenham from Lilywhite Rose and Chris Cowlin on this Last Word On Spurs.Manchester United came from behind once again to win 3-1 at Tottenham and dent the hosts' top-four hopes with just seven Premier League games remaining.Edinson Cavani had a goal controversially disallowed on 33 minutes after VAR spotted a flailing arm from Scott McTominay on Heung-Min Son in the build-up,, while the South Korea forward himself put Spurs ahead before the break with a far-post finish from Lucas Moura's centre (40).United levelled early in the second half as Fred converted a few yards out after Cavani's shot had been parried by Hugo Lloris into the Brazilian's path (57).The visitors went ahead as substitute Mason Greenwood's brilliant ball was converted by the diving header of Cavani (79), and Greenwood rounded off a brilliant second-half performance for the visitors, smashing home after fantastic work from Paul Pogba to assist (90+6).The result leaves Jose Mourinho's Tottenham six points behind fourth-place West Ham with time running out to bring Champions League football back to the club next season.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
Manchester United defeated Granada 2-0 in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final tie in Spain on Thursday to put themselves in pole position for a place in the last four.Marcus Rashford raced on to a long ball by Victor Lindelof to fire United in front.Bruno Fernandes converted a late penalty after he was caught off the ball by Yan Eteki, leaving him with a bruised eye, but the Portuguese midfielder's spot-kick went through the hands of Rui Silva.United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be without the suspended trio of captain Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay for the second leg at Old Trafford next week.Assessing the performances at Los Carmenes, Dale and Mike provide their thoughts on Granada v Manchester United. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 80 - This is a special one, we're joined by Cahil and Kojo from @3inMidfield podcast (Check them out on Spotify) and its rant season! After we discuss the differing fortunes of England's senior and u21 teams, we discuss the merits of the England managers. Kojo breaks down his thoughts on all things Man Utd and give his thoughts on the season so far and Ole's reign at Old Trafford. There's a war of words between Cahil and Junior on Arsenal as they debate whether we the Arsenal fans should 'Trust the Process', it gets intense! We also give our predictions for end of season awards and then Tanya chimes in with an impassioned rant on the situation at Spurs. Be sure to lock in to this one, its a banger! Follow @WTATLOfficial on Instagram and Twitter and be sure to Check out @3inMidfield on all socials and subscribe!
Andrew Slaven, JJ Bull and Laura Brannan react to an international week that’s left Scotland fans feeling deflated. Steve Clarke’s side battle back from behind to salvage draws against Austria and Israel but will it be enough in the long run? Are Scotland as good as some fans think they are? On the plus side, Scott McTominay fully arrives in a Scotland shirt and John McGinn steps out of the salon to score a sensational overhead kick. It’s been a big week at Pittodrie. The Athletic’s Atlanta United reporter Felipe Cardenas tells us what to expect from new manager Stephen Glass. And has Scott Brown moving to Aberdeen really happened? Plus Brora boss Steven Mackay on how the non-leaguers made Hearts fans more miserable. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Scotland draw with Israel and Austria (03m 30s) • PART 2a: Aberdeen appoint Glass with The Athletic’s Felipe Cardenas (25m 00s) • PART 2b: And Aberdeen sign Scott Brown (33m 00s) • PART 3a: The odds with Paddy Power (40m 00s) • PART 3b: Brora boss Steven Mackay on their victory over Hearts (41m 30s) • PART 3c: Hearts horror show (49m 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
On tonight's 100% United Postgame Show we give our instant reaction to Manchester United's narrow win over West Ham in the Premier League. An Own Goal from a Bruno Fernandes corner via Scott McTominay's flick, was enough to see United take all three points at Old Trafford and pull away from the Chelsea and Tottenham in the race for a top 4 spot. Not a vintage display from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team but a very important 3 points in the bag none the less. Become a 100% United Member - patreon.com/united100 Use Promo Code 'UNITED100' for 10% off at vintageunitedshirts.com
Manchester City’nin 21 maçlık serisinin son bulduğu Manchester derbisi, İngiliz Haftası’nın 24. bölümünde Çetin Cem Yılmaz ve Arhan Ata Pilavoğlu’nun birinci gündem maddesini oluşturuyor. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’in müthiş maç planı, Scott McTominay’in orta sahadaki dominasyonu, Luke Shaw’un yükselişi üzerinden United galibiyetini değerlendirdikten sonra, üst üste altıncı maçını kaybeden Liverpool’u ve Tottenham’ın bulduğu yeni süper üçlüyü konuşuyoruz. Doğal Sayılar’da bu hafta StatsBomb verileri ışığında kalesini pozisyona kapatan Chelsea’yi mercek altına alıyoruz. Günlerin Köpüğü’nde ise, Glasgow Rangers’ın başında lig şampiyonluğunu kazanarak Celtic’i yıllar sonra tahtından indiren Steven Gerrard ve menajer olarak vadettikleri var. (01:20) Man City-Man United (22:15) Tottenham-Crystal Palace (29:20) Liverpool-Fulham (38:40) Doğal Sayılar (41:35) Günlerin Köpüğü
In this ENRG Sport Special, Jack Donnelly and Seán McGill are joined by Gordon Sheach of The Tartan Scarf to discuss one of the biggest talking points of this summer's European Championships - the potential make-up of Scotland's midfield. The guys first have a look at the midfielders that have been in and around Steve Clarke's Scotland squads thus far, considering if John McGinn is a must start in any situation, whether or not Scott McTominay should be playing further forward from his usual right centre back role and weighing up how likely it is that the likes of Kenny McLean and John Fleck receive further call ups. They then consider players who have not yet made it into a Clarke squad, highlighting David Turnbull's 2020/21 form being "impossible" to ignore, considering this as a "now-or-never" moment for Ryan Gauld and confirming how unlikely it is for Billy Gilmour to be included in the Euros squad. You can find The Tartan Scarf online at www.thetartanscarf.com and on socials @TheTartanScarf, as well as Gordon @GSheach. Don't forget to subscribe to the ENRG Sport podcast feed for all of our regular shows and more great specials, and find us online at enrgsport.net and on Twitter @ENRGSport.
The rise of Scott McTominay Scott Francis McTominay is an English-born Scottish professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Premier League club Manchester United and the Scotland national team. McTominay is a graduate of the Manchester United youth academy and made his senior debut for the club in May 2017. Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football.
Everton 5 Tottenham 4 is the standout result from the midweek FA cup, 5th round. Is there a cooler manager around than Carlo Ancellotti? MAn Utd needed extrs time and a Scott McTominay goal to despatch West Ham whilst Man City continue to win ominously. Includes the QF draw and a preview of the EPL weekend including Man City v Spurs and Arsenal v Leeds.
Everton 5 Tottenham 4 is the standout result from the midweek FA cup, 5th round. Is there a cooler manager around than Carlo Ancellotti? MAn Utd needed extrs time and a Scott McTominay goal to despatch West Ham whilst Man City continue to win ominously. Includes the QF draw and a preview of the EPL weekend including Man City v Spurs and Arsenal v Leeds.
Howson and Joe go head to head in a debate regarding some players, who should be starting, who needs dropping and what United's best team is... Scott McTominay vs Fred is one key round, alongside the goalkeepers, David De Gea vs Dean Henderson!
El Manchester United derrotó al West Ham de David Moyes por la mínima con gol de Scott McTominay en Old Trafford y avanzó a cuartos de final de la FA Cup. El equipo del RDU se juntó para analizar el partido y la actualidad del club. El panel de hoy: Oswaldo Marvez, Luis United (@luisyervesg), Gonzalo Barrios (@BalonIrlandes), Ramón Eduardo Castro (@RamonECastro) y Rafa Guerrero (@FarraReguero).
Dale and Mike reflect on a pretty dull FA Cup fifth-round win over West Ham.An extra-time winner from Scott McTominay saved the night for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.David Moyes brought his West Ham players to Old Trafford to defend.Donny van de Beek raises some eyebrows.For more follow @Strettycast on Twitter. Email the show: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Manchester United are through to the FA Cup quarter-finals, getting the goal they needed from Scott McTominay in the seventh minute of extra time after 90 minutes went goalless. Karl and Vivek discuss: - Van de Beek royal disappointment in No. 10 role - Telles filling in well for Shaw - Do United have a creativity or clinical problem without Bruno? - Henderson growing impatient behind De Gea - EPL Match 24 @WBA preview Cantona Collar: Mason Greenwood. Beckham Boot: Donny van de Beek. Noisy Neighbour: Craig Dawson.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer heaps praise on Scott McTominay after he scored against West Ham to put Manchester United into the FA Cup Quarter-Finals, David Moyes is heavily criticised for subbing off his substitute Ademipo Odubeko, Jason Cundy labels Leeds United’s Marcelo Bielsa a ‘Championship level manager’, Simon Jordan defends the Glazer family after recent criticism due to a lack of communication with the Manchester United supporters, Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder & Jose Mourinho both offer support to Premier League referee Mike Dean after the official has received death threats online, Joe Root & Jimmy Anderson reflect on England’s famous Test victory against India in Chennai on talkSPORT 2 and Gunners legend Ray Parlour urges the Arsenal board to support Mikel Arteta financially. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MOVING ONTO THE NEXT ROUND! In this week's episode of the United Pulse Podcast, the full cast reunites to discuss Manchester UNited’s last two fixtures, starting off with the review of the disappointing draw against Everton at Old Trafford which saw David De Gea with another game with comical errors that have cost United approximately 8 points according to Eames. The lads discuss how they’re finally fed up with David De Gea’s antics and call for Dean Henderson to get the no. 1 spot as United persist in the title race against Manchester City. Next the fellas discuss the recent 1-0 victory against West Ham in the FA Cup which saw Scott McTominay take his goal scoring tally to 7 in the extra time win. Eames finally airs his full thoughts on Anthony Martial out in the air and Colin comes in defense of his boy as the lads dispute as to whether or not Anthony Martial is a player that should be kept around at Manchester United as summer draws nearer and nearer. The guys close off with a prediction of Manchester United’s next match away at West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League. Social Media - @UnitedPulsePod Snacks Twitter: @snackmight Eames Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin Twitter: @elchicouno Music Credit - DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
Kelly Cates is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray and former West Ham winger Matt Jarvis to review fifth round FA Cup action as Manchester United beat West Ham after extra time and Bournemouth see of Burnley to reach the quarter finals. Scott McTominay's winner eventually saw Manchester United through to the last eight of the competition, we discuss his importance to the club and debate David Moyes' decision not to start a striker. We also discuss Sean Dyche's team selection after he admitted he felt forced into making changes given their hectic schedule, and is Jonathan Woodgate giving Bournemouth's decision makers a headache as they reach the quarter finals for just the second time in their history? TOPICS: 00:30 Scott McTominay's importance to Manchester United 03:36 David Moyes decided against playing a striker 07:40 Interviews with David Moyes, Harry Maguire and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 16:48 United not clinical enough? 20:20 Championship Bournemouth beat Premier League Burnley
On tonight's 100% United Postgame Show, we give our immediate reaction to Manchester United's extra time win over West Ham at Old Trafford. Scott McTominay's goal was just enough to send United into the FA Cup quarter finals. It was certainly not a United performance for the ages but we got there in the end and can now look forward to Thursday's draw. Become a 100% United Member - patreon.com/united100 Go to vintageunitedshirts.com for original classic Manchester United shirts, use the Promo Code 'UNITED100' for a 10% discount
Manchester United win 9-0.Eight different scorers against Southampton: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Marcus Rashford, own goal, Edinson Cavani, Anthony Martial x2, Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James.Biggest win since 1995 - though that game against Ipswich didn't have VAR making crazy decisions.The Reds are level on 44 points with rivals Man City, who have two games in hand as we record this podcast.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needed to see a convincing display from his players and he got one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jonny Bentley and Jordan Dover discuss four key topics, each one in 15 minutes or less. 1) Was Frank Lampard harshly sacked by Chelsea? 2) Is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the most underappreciated manager in the Premier League? 3) Club Analysis: Leicester City 4) European Focus: La Liga
Jack Donnelly is joined by Struan Garvie, Seán McGill and Cameron Wanstall to discuss what's been a hectic weekend in Scottish football, while also chatting about the third round of the FA Cup. This week's Big Question considers which footballers would be best fit for television after Mark Wright turned out for Crawley on Saturday - shouts for Roy Keane having his own programme and Gary Mackay-Steven starring in a revival of Splash! make for some good chat. There's some extensive coverage of Scottish football from this weekend, with both Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup action to discuss. The boys compare their picks for who finishes in sixth out of Dundee United, Kilmarnock, St. MIrren and St. Johnstone, before chatting about Livingston's impressive form and Rangers' lead-extending win over Aberdeen. There's PLENTY of chat about the news coming from Celtic today, which has confirmed that 13 first team players and both Neil Lennon and John Kennedy are having to self-isolate ahead of their match against Hibernian. There's also a big chat about league reconstruction and wider appreciation for Highland League and Lowland League sides, following impressive showings from both Kelty Hearts and Bonnyrigg Rose in the Scottish Cup. The boys also chat about whether or not full FA Cup weekends are any good, while also highlighting what makes the earlier rounds of the competition so exciting. There's a bit of a Scottish focus as Billy Gilmour and Scott McTominay's performances are highlighted because, if you didn't know, Scotland are going to the Euros this summer! Finally, the boys wrap up the biggest European news in Last Ditch Challenge, with Schalke actually winning a game of football, Cristiano Ronaldo becoming the joint-top goalscorer of all time and the title race in Italy remaining very interesting.
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review an EFL Cup defeat to Manchester City and an FA Cup win against Watford. They talk in detail about Donny van de Beek's performance in the Saturday evening game and about his future, as well as discussing Alex Telles, Scott McTominay, Darren Fletcher's coaching appointment and much more.There's also an extensive youth, loan and women's round-up which includes some analysis on Ethan Laird, United's young right-back who has headed out on loan to MK Dons.If you want to also hear the bonus Q&A at the end of the show, sign up to become a Patron of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast at www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod In the Q&A this week we answer "if you could choose any back four and 'keeper in United's history to defend the US Capitol, who would you choose?" It's a good discussion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals! Rebecca & Alex are back to hopefully bring some Xmas cheer as we catch up on the last few weeks of football action, with plenty of wild tangents and analogies along the way! We start with the sad news of former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier's passing at the age of 73, discussing how beloved he was in the game, how he brought a winning mentality back to Liverpool, and built the foundations for their success for the next two decades. Current Liverpool are flying; maybe it's not quite the crisis that the pundits wanted us to believe, with some incredible performances against Crystal Palace and Tottenham, with particular love from us for Bobby Firmino, Curtis Jones, Gini Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson. Tottenham's title challenge meanwhile has taken a significant hit in the last two games, with those losses to Liverpool and Leicester City. We discuss what their chances are realistically, whether Mourinho fully trusts his squad, and fume about some of Harry Kane's latest antics. It's been an up and down few weeks for Frank Lampard's Chelsea with their inconsistency still a strange situation given the strength of the squad. We focus on the impressive Thiago Silva, the less impressive Kai Havertz, and ask whether we should be worried about Timo Werner's lack of goals. And there's also plenty of chat about Arteta's Arsenal not quite living up to our expectations, the consistently baffling Manchester United, Scott McTominay as the Gini Wijnaldum of Scotland, and why PSG might have sacked Thomas Tuchel (let's just say, it's probably not to do with the results). Plus, Noah's Twitter takeover, sport shop sexism, Klopp vs Wilder continues, Chelsea's hallmark, Aurier reverts to classic mode, 'Van der Boop', when shithousery goes too far, why you should never tell Patrice Evra anything in confidence, Tories in the building, porky gin, toddlers with knives, floaties in the pool, extensive sandwich descriptions, deep fat fryer speakers, hosting The Price is Right, 'trombelise', and Mouse in the House 2: the Return of Ratatouille. **Please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, as it makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
It's Scott Mctominay's world and we are living in it. That's right, record breaker and unlikely hero is the thrashing of Leeds at the weekend! (Much to Elliots enjoyment). Liverpool back on top, and Manchester United...are they good? Can they win the league? Rooney has made Derby hard to beat, why shouldn't he get the job? We balance out the argument. And Hull, are they in danger of losing out in the playoffs to Gillingham?? Sam hopes so. Join us for our non festive Christmas episode as we forgot it's the one before the big day. Have a cracking Christmas and enjoy!
ARE MANCHESTER UNITED TITLE BOUND?! In this week’s episode of the United Pulse Podcast, Snacks and Eames start off with an impassioned rant as to how they view Football with Eames explaining everyone should be optimistic for Manchester United as they sit third place in the league and are five points behind league leaders Liverpool with a game in hand, whilst Snacks is trying to ease expectations and explains that United should be doing more, the lads than transition into the 6-2 demolition Manchester United handed Leeds United at Old Trafford in the last matchday with special praise for Scott McTominay and Fred in the midfield pivot and discuss a preview for the Carabao Cup match against Everton. Social Media - @UnitedPulsePod Snacks Twitter: @snackmight Eames Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin Twitter: @elchicouno Music Credit - DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
It’s the final reaction podcast of the year (with next week’s What If episode and the Stadios still to go), and Musa and Ryan look back at Manchester United’s 6-2 win over Leeds United, which featured two sublime Scott McTominay goals (06:36). There’s also chat about Leicester’s win over Spurs and Everton’s win over Arsenal (18:39), plus Liverpool firing seven past Crystal Palace and a roundup of the rest of the Premier League (24:13). It was the final round of fixtures in the Women’s Super League and Frauen Bundesliga (30:52), which saw Bayern finish top. It was the same story in the Bundesliga (33:53), after’s Bayern’s last-minute winner at Leverkusen, plus big wins for Wolfsburg and Union, as well as some discussion about the Marcus Thuram spitting incident and its fallout (42:02). Finally, there’s a roundup of Serie A and La Liga (48:29). If you are celebrating, or even if you’re not, from Musa and Ryan, we hope you have as good a holiday period as you can despite the difficult circumstances. Much love.
Jaume Naveira llama a Sergi Hernández para comenzar analizando la espectacular actuación de Scott McTominay ante el Leeds United, donde aportó dos goles y una asistencia a la goleada por 6-2 en una nueva entrega de la Roses Rivalry. En el bloque Premier, también son pasados por la lupa el Tottenham-Leicester y el Everton-Arsenal, con derrota de los dos equipos del Norte de Londres. El partidazo entre Leverkusen y Bayern también es analizado, antes de ir a la Serie A y hablar del Atalanta-Roma y el Sassuolo-Milan. En Francia, el gran partido de la jornada lo disputaron Lille y PSG, mientras que en Rusia el Zenit refuerza su liderato tras doblegar con autoridad al Spartak de Moscú. Tras los partidos europeos, Jaume y Sergi analizan la final de la Champions asiática, vencida por Ulsan Hyundai, y los partidos de vuelta de los cuartos de final de la Copa Libertadores. Todo esto, junto con las preguntas de los oyentes, conforma el episodio 3x15 de ¿No habrá haters de Manacor? - Puedes convertirte en mecenas del proyecto y patreonista de MI aquí: https://www.patreon.com/marcadorint - Sintonía: I dunno by grapes (c) copyright 2008 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. https://dig.ccmixter.org/files/grapes/16626 Ft: J Lang, Morusque
2020 threw up a lot of surprises, so we should be thankful at least for some certainty and security in life - and few things in life now are as certain or secure as Dublin finishing the year as All-Ireland football champions. Oisin McConville and Andy Moran are on the line to pick through the bones of it, how much of the gameplan went right for Mayo, why Dublin were still able to pick them off... and how to stop Dublin from scoring goals direct from the throw-in. Ken also tries to get into the mind of Stephen "The Clinker" Cluxton, good people making good Dubs, and a mention too for Scott McTominay's heroics yesterday.
Karl and Vivek are joined by special guest Matt Balmforth, a die-hard Leeds United fan, to break down a thrilling match between Man United and Leeds. Over 40 shots attempted and eight goals provided plenty of talking points, and this discussion includes Scott McTominay impressing, Anthony Martial's finishing struggles, and Daniel James doing a job for the team. Cantona Collar: Scott McTominay. Beckham Boot: Kalvin Phillips. Noisy Neighbour: Raphinha.
This week on the pod, Imran, Colm and Jamie convene to discuss an extraordinary 6-2 victory over old rivals Leeds. In a game not short of talking points, we discuss the brilliance of Scott McTominay, the surprise of Dan James and the madness of Marco Bielsa. We also wonder if this now means we're in a title race, and Imran's Stupid Game makes another (un)wanted return to the pod.
This week Graham and Lauren reflect on another busy week of football across the top 4 English Divisions. They discuss Watford FC's dismissal of head coach Vladimir Ivic, celebrate the thrilling War of the Roses match and, praise the return of John Stones. Listen now for more 'Barnet of the Week'.
Manchester United versus Leeds United. The United derby. The Roses rivalry.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faced off against Bielsa who has thrown the rule book out the window for newly promoted team, winning hearts in the process. His team value process over results and play with unbelievable heart and this game was yet another exhibition of that as they fought to get three points despite the widening goal margin throughout. It was fascinating to consider tactically. We also considered Leeds United’s turnovers, set pieces and whether they are too east to press.Enjoy!Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qzqgfhp4dQ Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:01:09 – Intro00:01:11 – 00:10:46 – Thoughts on the Game00:02:06 – 00:03:56 – Goalkeeper’s Union00:03:56 – 00:10:46 – Tactical IQ, Turnovers and Transitions00:10:48 – 00:25:20 – Manchester United Tactics00:25:22 – 00:48:38 – Leeds United Tactics00:26:25 – 00:28:57 – Leeds United Set Pieces00:30:20 – 00:33:02 – Are Leeds Too Easy to Press?00:48:40 – 00:58:52 – Goal (‘4)00:58:54 – 00:59:07 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lauds Scott McTominay after he bagged a brace in the 6-2 thrashing of Leeds United, a talkSPORT pundit claims he’d rather have Bruno Fernandes over Kevin De Bruyne, Leeds’ striker Patrick Bamford admits he’s glad there weren’t any fans at Old Trafford to witness the match, Jose Mourinho seemingly writes off Tottenham’s chances of winning the Premier League after losing at home to Leicester City, new West Brom manager Sam Allardyce isn’t impressed with his players after a 3-0 beating at home to Aston Villa, Gabby Agbonlahor predicts that this current Liverpool side could dominate English football for years after Jurgen Klopp’s men hammered Crystal Palace 7-0 at Selhurst Park, former Arsenal midfielder Perry Groves worries for Mikel Arteta claiming the Spaniard has lost his ‘thought process’, Luton manager Nathan Jones bemoans the new Tier 4 ruling which means most clubs won’t have fans in stadiums again in 2020, 25 years after the ‘Bosman’ ruling Andy Brassell believes we may see the development of the ‘freelance footballer’, on Paul Ross’ Extra Time there’s the reaction to Lewis Hamilton winning the Sports Personality Award and there’s a big announcement regarding the Ian Culverhouse game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
İngiliz Haftası’nın 14. bölümünde Çetin Cem Yılmaz ve Arhan Ata Pilavoğlu, hafta içi oynanan ve zirve yarışında önemli bir kırılma yaratabilecek Liverpool-Tottenham maçının sonuçlarını konuşuyorlar. Bu galibiyeti Crystal Palace karşısındaki yedi gollü gövde gösterisiyle destekleyen Liverpool’un yeniden direksiyon koltuğuna oturduğunu söyleyebilir miyiz? Yaklaşık 17 yıl aradan sonra Premier League sahnesine taşınan Manchester United-Leeds United rekabetinden payımıza neler düştü? Marcelo Bielsa’nın oyun anlayışının dezavantajlarını ve sahaya hükmeden Scott McTominay’in performansını konuştuktan sonra, Arsenal’ın bu buhrandan çıkıp çıkamayacağına kafa yoruyoruz. StatsBomb verileriyle Tottenham orta sahasını ve Tanguy Ndombele’nin vazgeçilmez statüsünü analiz ettikten sonra, Günlerin Köpüğü’nde geçen hafta kaybettiğimiz Gerard Houllier’yi anıyoruz.
On today's 100% United Postgame Show we give our instant reaction to the absolute spanking Manchester United dished out to old rivals Leeds at Old Trafford. We wax lyrical about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men showing the early attacking intent we've been craving, led by an inspired Scott McTominay. Bruno Fernandes continued his outrageous output with a brace, with Daniel James and Victor Lindelof completing a very unusual list of scorers for United. It's been 16 years since we faced our enemies from across The Pennines and it was well worth the wait, we reminisce about past clashes and what this clash means to fans from both sides too.
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-VNseu093w On the past 3 occasions Manchester United have upset expectations by winning against one of the best teams to grace the English Premier League. This derby likely lacked atmosphere due to the fans’ absence but maybe also due to both side being unwilling to risk losing all the points available whilst languishing in ‘upper-mid table’. Solskjaer and Guardiola both are having their reputations questioned, one due to his team crashing out of the Champion’s League and the other because his team are not meeting the high standards he has set for himself and his teams. We tactically analyse this tense affair.Enjoy! Sources:Alex Keble, ‘Are Man Utd winning games because of Solskjaer or in spite of him?’ (goal.com, 7th December 2020) https://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/are-man-utd-winning-games-because-of-solskjaer-or-in-spite/14npix77vtjpb10storodgpmkpCharlotte Duncker, ‘Are man Utd making any progress under Solskjaer? Under-fire boss needs more than a derby win to silence critics’ (11th December 2020) https://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/are-man-utd-making-any-progress-under-solskjaer-under-fire/ybq8vvpo6xhx15hhwmc37bzuj Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:01:26 – Intro00:01:28 – 00:26:14 – Thoughts on the Game00:03:32 – 00:12:20 – Manchester City Blues Without Silva00:12:20 – 00:26:14 – In Spite of Ole?00:26:16 – 00:37:40 – Manchester United Tactics00:37:42 – 00:55:09 – Manchester City Tactics00:55:11 – 00:55:25 – OutroSocials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube # give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly # please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally # we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify # iTunes # TuneIn # etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
The Matchday Live team look back at a night of Champions League action which saw Paris win at Old Trafford, while we hear reaction from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Scott McTominay, Olivier Giroud, Frank Lampard and Jude Bellignham.
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRa8yyQ4iBo Two titans of football face off, for the bragging rights. AFTV rejoice! As finally Arsenal beat a ‘Top 6’ side. Let the memes roll in about how Arsenal bodied United. Ova D Ba take a slightly different tack and tactically analyse the match, consider what Ole could have done and also the effect of globalisation on our beloved sport. Enjoy! Sources:iQualify UK, ‘How Does Globalisation Influence Organisational Decision Making and Strategy?’ (unknown) https://www.iqualifyuk.com/library/business-management-section/how-does-globalisation-influence-organisational-decision-making-and-strategy/Raphael Honigstein, ‘Football tactics explained – by one of the best young minds in the game’ (The Athletic, 16th March 2020) https://theathletic.co.uk/1669125/2020/03/16/rene-maric-borussia-monchengladbach/Adam Bate, ‘The Game is the Same’ (Foreign Policy, 24th June 2014) https://foreignpolicy.com/2014/06/24/the-game-is-the-same/Michael Cox, ‘Cox: ‘Generic’ Juventus and Barcelona highlight folly of European Super League’ (The Athletic, 28th October 2020) https://theathletic.co.uk/2167440/2020/10/28/juventus-barcelona-champions-league/Michael Cox, ‘Michael Cox analysis of Atalanta against Ajax’ (The Athletic, 28th October 2020) https://theathletic.co.uk/2165721/2020/10/28/atalanta-ajax-analysis-champions-league-michael-cox/ Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:01:39 – Intro00:01:16 – 00:01:39 – Call to Action00:01:41 – 00:21:01 – Thoughts on the Game00:08:34 – 00:21:01 – Globalisation, Stagnation and Innovation00:21:03 – 00:31:46 – Manchester United Tactics 00:31:48 – 00:49:33 – Arsenal Tactics00:36:16 – 00:41:38 – Armchair Tactics00:49:35 – 00:53:38 – Goal (‘69)00:53:40 – 00:53:57 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
The topic of Sports Personality of the Year was on the tip of everyone’s tongues. From Breakfast with Laura Woods and Darren Bent to Drive with Adrian and Goughie - the same two names kept cropping up. Manchester City eased to a 3-0 win over Marseille live on talkSPORT with Stuart Pearce praising their quick start in Europe. Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Scott McTominay spoke highly of Donny Van Der Beek ahead of Manchester United’s Champions League tie with Leipzig on Wednesday. England manager Gareth Southgate added his thoughts on Euro 2020 being open to a change of format and former Lionesses winger Rachel Yankee recounted the time she felt women’s football had turned a corner in popularity. Ally McCoist and Harry Redknapp praise the start to the season Harry Kane and Heung-min Son have both had - with Harry once again predicting they’ll be title challengers. Andros Townsend and Christie Garratt from FanShare speak about how inspiring Marcus Rashford’s school dinners campaigning has been. England bowler Mark Wood says Jofra Archer is misunderstood while Simon Jordan praised the legacy left behind by Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha on the second anniversary of the former Leicester City chairman’s passing. Keith Lemon joined the Sports Bar and took a shine to Jason.. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaHhkSW27B0 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard, novice managers in charge of top tier clubs have struggled during these first few matchdays to keep their teams from conceding and as such have thrown away many points despite how high Liverpool and Manchester City have raised the standards. Before tactically analysing the game, the Ova D Ba hosts go on a slight detour to talk about psychology, Rashford MBE and an online study on abuse that footballers receive.Enjoy! PS We do stray very far from our typical topics but felt they were important to mention. Sources:Daniel Kahnemann, ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ (2011)Buzzsprout Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:01:58 – Intro00:02:01 – 00:00:01 – Thoughts on the Game00:02:21 – 00:06:08 – Ova D Ba00:06:08 – 00:08:52 – Free School Lunches00:08:56 – 00:29:27 – Signify Group’s Online Abuse Study00:29:29 – 00:40:10 – Manchester United Tactics00:29:32 – 00:32:20 – Azpi Foul and VAR00:40:12 – 00:56:41 – Chelsea Tactics00:40:56 – 00:45:01 – Bad Tactics00:56:44 – 00:57:02 – OutroSocials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
THE PARC DE PRINCES IS RED! In this week’s episode of the United Pulse Podcast Eames ducks out knowing the shots are going to be coming at him. The hosts that were available breakdown the amazing tactical performance against Paris St. Germain at the Parc De Princes in Paris. The lads discuss the great individual performances including absolute standout performances by Axel Tuanzebe and Aaron Wan-Bissaka at the back as well as Scott McTominay and Fred in the midfield, specifically Snacks gives an emotional take on where he ranks Aaron Wan-Bissaka amongst the worlds best at right back. Snacks gives another emotional take talking about Dr. Marcus Rashford MBE compared to wonderkid Kylian Mbappe. The fellas also discuss the recent Premier League fixture against Newcastle United where the Red Devils won 4-1. Want to hear how hyped we are besides this podcast? Hit up our twitters down below! Social Media - @UnitedPulsePod Snacks Twitter: @snackmight Eames Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin Twitter: @elchicouno
We discuss the weekend's action including Tyrell Hatton's BMW PGA win and why the hoodies he wore to victory was such a big deal in the world of golf. Bryson is practicing with a 48 inch drive which will debut at Augusta. Should we be nervous for the future of golf? Stephen Kenny's preparations have been hit with injuries and Covid regulations. How has he fared overall in his 4 games in charge? Jack Byrne is the only outfield player in the squad not to feature so far. Do frustrated League of Ireland fans have a point? We also discuss England's back 5, Scotland's win over Slovakia and Scott McTominay at centre half. 00:12 AIL Rugby 02:15 BMW PGA Wentworth / Bryson Bombs / Masters Lookahead 17:45 Ireland v Wales Review 26:20 England's Back 5 and Euro 2020/1 Hopes 32:00 Scott McTominay CB? 36:30 International Football Viable With Covid? 39:55 Jim McGuinness Back 'Otherside' - Madison Front https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNV1sxS5RH4 Paul Merson's comments: https://www.sportbible.com/football/football-news-reactions-paul-mersons-comments-about-harry-maguire-earlier-this-season-20200721 Jim McGuinness: https://twitter.com/An_SpotaDubh/status/1315304160271708160?s=20 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tacklingsport Twitter: https://twitter.com/tacklingsport Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tacklingsport TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tacklingsport?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/68148017/admin/ Website: tacklingsport.com Follow / Subscribe so you don't miss an episode!
United beat Brighton in the Carabao Cup, putting in the most comprehensive performance of the season to date. Goals from Scott McTominay, Juan Mata and Paul Pogba sealed a place in the last eight. Ed & Paul review the action and briefly look ahead to Spurs at the weekend (For a fuller preview, see our previous episode).
Scotland and Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay joined us in the Scotland camp ahead of our first matches in the UEFA Nations League. We chatted about coming back to the Scotland camp, competition for places, his season with Manchester United, dealing with injuries, his family and much more.
Shashank and Subhodeep talk United's season of two halves, Ole's management, MMA: Marcus, Mason, and Anthony, and the transfer window and United's hopes.02:37: United's Season03:57: Season of Two Halves?08:38: MMA: Marcus, Mason, and Anthony10:20: Reliance on a few?12:00: Does Sancho impact the youth revolution?14:27: Prioritise other transfers over Sancho16:57: Transfer Strategy20:33: Upcoming Youngsters22:24: Matic and Mata24:54: Striker28:20: Center Back Options?Listen to all our episodes on your favorite app at https://linktr.ee/footballbruh Follow us on Twitter (@FootballBruh_), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/footballbruh), and Instagram(@footballbruh.bb)
Willie Morgan is this week’s special guest on the Strettycast.The former Manchester United midfielder describes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job in his first full season in charge as “a miracle” because so few people believed in him from the beginning. Morgan thinks Solskjaer is still managing a lot of average players but stresses this is a five year project, and the manager needs time.Morgan stresses that he doesn’t want Alexis Sanchez anywhere near Old Trafford again. Moreover on that, he’s quite critical of Jose Mourinho “for bringing a lot of bad people in”.Scotland international Scott McTominay is called “the new Nobby Stiles” before Morgan names his Manchester United player of the year.We ask Morgan about potential transfers and reckons Lionel Messi would be interested in a switch to Old Trafford.We touch on the managers Morgan played under at the club - Sir Matt Busby, Wilf McGuiness, Frank O’Farrell and Tommy Docherty. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this new episode of my podcast, I discuss the importance of Scott McTominay signing a new 5 year contract with Manchester United, his versatile roles, former United player Roy Keane's criticism on David De Gea, whether he should be replaced by Dean Henderson or not and FPL GW30 reaction as well as GW31 preview.
Despite the lack of action on the field Danny Kelly and Tom Rennie discuss what's happening off the field during the global football lockdown.The return of the Bundesliga dominates the agenda but Danny is not a fan of empty stadiums and wasn't impressed by what he saw over the weekend, Scott McTominay looks like he's ready to return after revealing his new 8-pac and forget the Bundesliga, there's live football in Taiwan that's been on for weeks which we are across as usual. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has triumphed over Pep Guardiola for the third time this season, making it Man Utd's first double over their nosy neighbours since Sir Alex Ferguson's reign. Manchester.Is.Red.Baby as sublime goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay silences Manchester City. With 10 games unbeaten now, can The Red Devils hunt down Chelsea for the No.4 spot? What are our Europa League chances? Where in the world is Karthik Menon? Catch it all here, as we discuss it in this special episode. Subscribe now! Help us reach more subscribers than we have videos :D We are on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/7uzRoPE... Also, follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/eastofstret... Come at us on Twitter as well here! @EastOfStretford
Manchester United are sitting pretty at 10 - 0 after laying a beating on Manchester City for the 3rd time this season. Bruno Fernandez is making a huge impact while Scott McTominay last minute goal put a beautiful bow on the whole affair. Marshall had his second match with the PAYSL U4 Bulldogs and the guys promote two upcoming events with Austin Anthem and Austin FC.
Manchester United have done the league double over rivals City. Anthony Martial has scored in both games but it was Scott McTominay whose late winner sparked wild scenes at Old Trafford.Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through that game, a 3-0 win against Derby County in the FA Cup and much more, including coronavirus, Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Odion Ighalo etcAs always we have our youth, loan, and women’s round-up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Musa and Ryan reflect on Manchester United’s impressive derby win thanks to lovely goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay, plus Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s position at Old Trafford, plus the importance of chemistry between players. They also discuss Jonathan Leko, round-up of key games, a Derby d’Italia behind closed doors, Boca’s title win, the game of the weekend in Liga MX, how Barça might be able to get Neymar back, a little roll neck and cardigan chat and they play out on Christy Essien.Don't forget to check the Five to Follow with FotMob, which will go up later this week. For now, check last week's picks here.Also, follow our Outros Spotify playlist, where we compile the songs we play with every week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Ben bathes in the glory of a Manchester derby win, Scott McTominay is on for player of the year again and Arsenal defence looking… solid? The FFFanatics discuss their DGW woes before looking ahead to chip strategies for BGW31 and the future doubles. There’s a very unexpected top scorer in the listener league and gut punts are back.
With Manchester City losing the Manchester Derby at Old Trafford, 2-0 to Manchester United, Liverpool are just two wins from securing their first Premier League title. Having not won a league title since 1990, the Reds are now within touching distance of the title after goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay downed the champions. Sean Bradbury and Matt Addison are here to reflect on the result after a brilliant weekend for Jurgen Klopp's side given the 2-1 win against Bournemouth at Anfield. Where, when and how Liverpool can secure the title are all discussed plus much more besides! Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A 1-1 draw with Everton followed a 5-0 thrashing of Club Brugge and both results leave plenty of questions to be asked by hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.Should David de Gea leave to make way for young Dean Henderson, out on loan at Sheffield United? Or should United stay loyal to De Gea, the player with the 32nd most appearances in the club’s history?Just how good has Bruno Fernandes been? Has any recent United signing come close to his instant impact?Odion Ighalo’s first goal for United is revelled in and Scott McTominay’s return from injury is a boost.As well as all of that, we preview upcoming matches in the FA Cup and Premier League, against Derby County (A) and Manchester City (H).And in addition to ALL of that, we’ve got our regular and extensive youth and women’s round-up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Manchester United er ubesejrede i seks kampe, Bruno Fernandes leverer varen, og Scott McTominay er tilbage. Er “Ole’s at the wheel” igen, eller skal vi klappe hesten? Det diskuterer vi forude for kampene mod Club Brügge og Everton med besøg af en vaskeægte “Toffee” i studiet. Efter 3-0-sejren over Watford i seneste Premier League-runde, kan United bedrive noget ret sensationelt på Goodison i weekenden. Slår de Everton søndag, vinder “de røde djævle” for første gang i hele 2019/20-sæsonen tre ligakampe i streg. Ole Gunnar Solskjærs mandskab er ubesejrede i deres seneste seks kampe, hvor de kun har lukket ét enkelt mål ind - til og med efter besøg på både Etihad og Stamford Bridge. Bruno Fernandes er kommer til byen og laver både mål og assists, og Scott McTominay er atter fit for fight. Derfor spørger vi - måske ikke helt for første gang i sæsonen: Er det NU, at Solskjærs United klikker, er det nu, at projektet blomstrer op??? Til at tage den snak har vi skuespiller og United-fan Nikolaj Groth i studiet sammen med Everton-fan Dan Pedersen, som også kommunikationschef i DBU København og medarrangør af filmfestival Shoot. Emil Jørgensen er vært, og dagsordenen lyder således: Er Bruno Fernandes efter få uger i klubben nærmest allerede alfa og omega? Er det gået under radaren, at United har en af Europas bedste defensiver? Hvordan kommer vi forbi Club Brügge torsdag aften? Hvad er der sket med Everton siden Carlo Ancelotti kom til klubben? Hvad venter der United på Goodison på søndag? Hvordan ser den stærkeste kombinerede startopstilling af Everton- og United-spillere ud? Alt det - og meget mere - i denne uges podcast.
The one where Scott McTominay wore gloves in nine degrees at Watford. The independent, satirical Manchester United supporters' fanzine - for adults only, contains expletives - returns with post match pub talk. This edition reflects on the horrible defeat at Watford but also looks at Xmas, the New Year and the decade. #mufc And you can now support the growth and development of this small but rather unique fanzine podcast each month at https://www.patreon.com/rednews
The paintbrush of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has daubed red over Manchester with wins against Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. It’s arguably the best week of Solskjaer’s time in charge as he nears his one-year anniversary as United boss. It’s evidence as to why he is the right man for United. We’re talking about both of those impressive wins, certain players including an unstoppable Rashford and an in-form Fred and Scott McTominay. Plus we have our youth and women’s round-up as always on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WHO SAW THIS COMING?! On the second episode this week on the United Pulse Podcast Eames and Snacks discuss the massive win over Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur. The boys discuss whether this win was a matter of good fortune or a tactical masterclass from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Snacks goes into a mini rant on Jose Mourinho and why he personally believes that Jose Mourinho is WASHED. The lads discuss the tactics Ole set up for Manchester United and the commanding midfield performance from Fred and Scott Mctominay. After the match review of Spurs the boys transition into the upcoming game against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the Etihad and preview the game, giving their score predictions and explain why they are NOT getting gassed after this Spurs game. Social Media Snacks Twitter - @snackmight Eames Twitter - @TheFauxBrit Colin Twitter - @elchiakpo
United legend Brian McClair, joins Adam, Andy and Jay to chat about his time at United, starting a 20 man brawl and how Scott McTominay has what it takes to be a success with the Reds. Visit Harrys.com/devils (https://www.harrys.com/go/gb-podcast-article-vs-brochure-oct19?dc=&utm_medium=sponsorship-podcast&utm_source=Full+Time+Devils&utm_campaign=audioBoom&utm_content=Sep19FoundedTP--395_trial&crid=Sep19FoundedTP--395_trial&hid=&name=Full+Time+Devils+listeners) for your £3.95 trial
Er Solskjær forbi et vendepunkt? Gjestene er litt uenige når Eivind Brennhovd Holth vikarierer som programleder for Ken Wasenius-Nilsen. Skuespiller Petter Vermeli og NRK-kommentator Christian Nilssen er gjester i studio og gir forskjellige perspektiver på tingenes tilstand etter 3-1-seieren mot Brighton. På menyen står navn som Fred, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Brandon Williams og Mason Greenwood. Hva gjør Solskjær hvis Scott McTominay er ute etter landslagspausen, og hvordan skal Rashford lære set å gjøre ting enkelt? I tillegg er vi innom et kontroversielt fanzine-intervju, og Petter har et strålende forslag til hva du kan finne på i den tunge landslagspausen. Følg oss på Instagram og Twitter!
Matt Beadle and Mark Flanagan are back to talk a decent week to be a United fan just like the good old days! We take a look back at our milestone league goals following Scott Mctominay's strike that made it 2000. Plus loads to analyse about the Norwich game including Rashford and Martial's partnership, penalty misses, VAR and Fred finally looking like a red? We are also joined by Author Wayne Barton to talk about his book; "Redprint".
Tym razem w trzyosobowym składzie, z Tomkiem Jaskółką (kibicem Liverpoolu, niestety), zapowiadamy sobie niedzielne spotkanie, zahaczając o multum mniej lub bardziej poważnych tematów: - czy posada OGS-a jest tak bezpieczna, jak mówią o tym media? - czy OGS to doppelganger Kenny'ego Dalglisha? - czy można porównywać OGS-a do początków Kloppa w Liverpoolu? plus: Eddie Howe, Brendan Rodgers, Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay, szpital w United, potencjalny rekord zwycięstw w Liverpoolu, O.S.T.R. na Old Trafford (xD).
2:7. Tak tak, Tottenham stracił u siebie 7 bramek i został przejechany walcem przez Bayern (Robert Lewandowski za kierownicą).Czy obserwujmy właśnie koniec Tottenhamu prowadzonego przez Mauricio Pochettino? Czy ta formuła współpracy już się wyczerpała? Porozmawiamy o tym z Michałem Okońskim, dziennikarzem „Tygodnika Powszechnego”.Debatujemy także jak słabym meczem było spotkanie Manchester United - Arsenal, jak wielkim zawodnikiem (albo i nie) będzie Scott McTominay.I jakim cudem Chelsea w końcu nie straciła bramki!Zapraszają Tomasz Zieliński i Michał Zachodny.FOOT TRUCK LIVE dostępny również na Spotify i każdej platformie do słuchania podcastów. Wszystkie linki znajdziecie tutaj: https://gopod.me/foottruck
Norse footballing god Erling Braut Haland and other current stars with footballing parents, Scots plying their trade in the English leagues and all the Scottish Premiership action are the topics on this week's episode of the flagship Pure Fitbaw show with Owen (www.twitter.com/owenjamesbrown) and Gavin (www.twitter.com/PureFitbaw) 1:42 We analyse each of the weekend's Scottish Premiership games in turn from Hearts loss at home against Motherwell to Ross County's late victory over St Mirren. Tactics, key players, mistakes and bits of play we loved with mentions for Hearts' age range, Hibs' new defence, KIlmarnock's El Makrini's interceptions, Paton of Ross County's potential and Cosgrove of Aberdeen's lack of open play goals. 41:46 - Four Scottish players in the English leagues get the Pure Fitbaw spotlight with Owen talking about the contrast in minutes and roles for Scott McTominay and Stuart Armstrong and Gavin dropping down a division with some quality and experience as a suggestion for the national team. 52:29 Recorded just before his Champions League debut hat trick we talk about Erling Braut Haland and other footballing kids of 90s footballers such as Justin Kluivert, Fede Chiesa, Marcus Thuram and the examples in the Scottish leagues such as Oan Djorkaeff. Are you Pure Fitbaw? Subscribe, rate and review for the stories, tactics, stats and rumours about football in Scotland, and beyond, for fans by fans. Follow www.twitter.com/PureFitbaw to join the community and read the stories on www.purefitbaw.com
In this week’s episode Paul is joined by regulars Matthew and Andrew. The guys discuss United’s win V Leicester, Scott McTominay, David De Gea, Paul Pogba, Astana + more! Staying true to tradition, the guys also read out and discuss your tweets and comments! The ‘Talking Manchester United’ podcast can also be found almost every … A Glimmer of Hope Read More »
To ease you into the weekend, here’s another Best Of… episode, this time from the 2017/18 season! We hear of Neil Warnock hustling his Sheffield United players at a bowling alley, Mick McCarthy mugging off his own Ipswich fans and Louis van Gaal’s ghostly apparitions.Plus, Jose Mourinho manages to give his Player of the Season award to himself, by dishing it out to Scott McTominay. Classic Jose.Many thanks to infamous YouTuber Linford Grimes for their inspiration and help in compiling old content. We salute you.Join us for Football Ramble Daily from Monday 5th August— keep an eye on our socials for more info! Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org. ***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.
Man Utd - Barca 0-1, men United dør aldri! Ken og Andreas diskuterer Uniteds sjanser for avansement, slakter Ashley Young, hyller Fred og Scott McTominay, kritiserer Solskjærs bytter og spør hvem som skal spille back mot West Ham på lørdag. Never say die!
Natalie Sawyer and Gab Marcotti are joined by Oli Kay and special guest, Belgian football journalist Kristof Terreur.Liverpool host Chelsea and the ghosts of their last title race with Manchester City and the damage that Blues did to them 5 years ago. How different is this Liverpool team? How much damage will Eden Hazard do to the Reds and will he be at Stamford Bridge next season?It was a bad week in the Champions League for the Manchester clubs? Despite the phenomenal efforts of Scott McTominay, United lose to Barcelona. Did Solskjaer get it wrong? And did United get it wrong in appointing him?And as we predicted on Monday, Pep Guardiola overthought things and tinkered in the defeat at Spurs. Time to ask why and to have that VAR debate again.Charlie Scott and Paddy von Behr provide their advice ahead of the fantasy football weekend. For free Fantasy Premier League tips from The Sweeper, visit thetimes.co.uk/fantasyfootball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The UEFA Matchday Live team reflect on victory for Barcelona against Manchester United at Old Trafford and deadlock in Amsterdam between Ajax and Juventus, while we hear from some of the big names involved including Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Chris Smalling, Scott McTominay, Dusan Tadic and Wojciech Szczesny.
Duncan Castles and Ian McGarry join Jonny McFarlane to answer listeners questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Gaz Drinkwater is joined by Abdul and Andy Tate to talk all things Manchester United in the Full Time Devils takeover! The team discuss the recent results with Ole at the wheel and how influential Scott McTominay is on the current squad, as well as how disappointed United fans are with potential signings. The lads also chat about the impending Barcelona clash and how United will cope. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Host Arash Bahrami is joined by football writers Charlotte Duncker and Tyrone Marshall to review Manchester United's draw against Liverpool and discuss the key talking points from the game. The first-half injury crisis, the performances of Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, and a look ahead to Crystal Palace and which of the youngsters could get an opportunity as a result of the injury crisis.LISTEN:iTunes: https://apple.co/2Q1lFe7Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2XcIdsnPANEL:@abahrami_@CharDuncker @TyMarshall_MEN For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Host Rich Fay is joined by football writers Samuel Luckhurst and Charlotte Duncker to review the Premier League win over Brighton, the panel also discuss Marcus Rashford's recent form in a United shirt and the panel evaluate how much money he could have potentially saved the club and what it now means for Romelu Lukaku .The panel also discuss Anthony Martial's contract situation,Scott McTominay's contract extension and the FA Cup clash with Arsenal on Friday evening For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
What a weekend of football in the Premier League! Arsenal brush aside a poor looking Spurs sideLiverpool grab a late winner through a forgotten manSouthampton sack manager Mark Hughes and they've already got a replacement lined up, who could it be? It was Warnock's birthday and he celebrates with another home win&Scott McTominay stands at 6ft 4in and decides to kneel behind the wall... We also take a look at;The Ballon d'Or as Luka Modric claims the award, knocking Ronaldo and Messi off their high horses! Mike Ashley is 'hoping' for a sale before JanuaryEngland draw Netherlands in the Nations League Semi-Final, It's coming home! Get In Touch!@Footiefoundry | The Football Foundry | Thefootballfoundry.com Huge thanks!@theBGNfm | Ruffneckscarves.com
As expected, a certain young man won big at Man United’s end of season awards (forever more known as The Scotties), Liverpool shun game management in favour of an absolute thrill ride and we try to keep some narrative going by tipping absolutely everyone for relegation. Elsewhere there’s very serious analysis about expected take-ons, Mardy Andy Carroll gets the hump and the only thing that they have got is the big boy up front Sigthorsson. Oh. Oh my word. This show is sponsored by bet365Search ‘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 iTunes 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:Arturo Vidal is not happy:https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/european/arturo-vidal-instagram-bayern-munich-real-madrid-champions-league-a8332766.htmlAnd the winner is… Scott McTominay…https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43974228The Louis Van Gaal archive is open again:https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/man-utd-rafael-van-gaal-14549023 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I denne uges OldTrafford.dk Podcast diskuterer vi 2-1-kampen mod Liverpool; hvad gjorde Jose Mourinho rigtigt, hvorfor får Scott McTominay ikke mere ”hype” og er kanten den position, som Marcus ”Dynamite” Rashford bør stile efter? Desuden ses der frem mod den afgørende Champions League-kamp tirsdag. Gæster: Martin Svarre (United-fan) og Andreas Brøns Riise (Liverpool-mand) fra ”De Falske 9’er”. Vært: Emil Jørgensen
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait celebrate 100 episodes of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast by talking about a great 2-1 win for the Reds against Liverpool on Saturday.Marcus Rashford netted twice and there's praise for him, as well as Jose Mourinho, Romelu Lukaku, Scott McTominay, Eric Bailly and discussion about just why Juan Mata has become so important to the side.As always we have our extensive youth round-up as both the U23s and U18s win in a great weekend for the club.There's also thank yous to those who have helped us reach 100: to previous guests, to No Hot Ashes (the band whose song is used for our outro), to acast who host us so well and to you for listening every week. If you've enjoyed the show, please, please, leave a review on iTunes. It helps massively! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steven was joined by Pie and Bovril's Div this week as they chatted all things Scottish football. Ray caught up with another Scot down under, we had an update on Clydebank heading back to senior football and we forgot to speak abpout Scott McTominay! Enjoy
Steven was joined by Pie and Bovril's Div this week as they chatted all things Scottish football. Ray caught up with another Scot down under, we had an update on Clydebank heading back to senior football and we forgot to speak abpout Scott McTominay! Enjoy
England World Cup goalscorer Matthew Upson makes his debut on The Game podcast alongside Gab Marcotti and Matt Hughes to discuss the Premier League weekend as the champions submit to the champions elect.It’s time for another Arsenal enquiry and the panel try to unlock the Glenn Murray mystery. Also on the agenda - Martin Glenn, Scott McTominay and the Korean Thomas Muller. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
În acest episod vorbim despre: 1. Avancronica etapei 29 din Premier League, cu revenirea lui Rafa Benitez pe Anfield și Manchester City - Chelsea ca principale atracții; 2. Pauza de iarnă care se pare că va fi implementată în Premier League din sezonul 2019/2020; 3. Am răspuns întrebărilor trimise de prietenii Tackle.ro (de la Scott McTominay la Harry Kane, avem toate răspunsurile). Vocile podcast-ului sunt Vlad Bogos, Mihai Rotariu și Dan Dracea. Ne găsiți, zi de zi, pe www.Tackle.ro.
M.E.N. writers Rich Fay, Ciaran Kelly and Alex Porter teamed up for the latest episode of Manchester is Red where they discuss the Reds victory over Chelsea, the emergence of Scott MacTominay and a super display from Romelu Lukaku. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Dale speaks to Manchester United author Roy Cavanagh MBE about Scott McTominay's transition into the first team at Old Trafford.Please give the Strettycast a high rating on iTunes and share the podcast with friends on social media.Follow: @StrettyNews, @ODonnellDale & @RoyMBE. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.