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As the end of the season finally (finally!) hives into view, and with the new Head Coach signed, sealed and delivered, attentions are starting to turn to the Watford squad, and which of them will be staying or going. That's the focus of this, the latest From the Rookery End podcast, in which The Athletic's Adam Leventhal is joined by Mike and DCW to discuss what is sure to be a busy summer of ins and outs at Vicarage Road. The futures of big names such as Ismailia Sarr, Emmanuel Dennis and Imran Louza are all discussed, with your hosts also trying to identify what is needed if the Hornets are to have a successful season back in the Championship. We're nearly there. Thanks for sticking with us. Come on you ‘Orns.
The Premier League title will be decided on the final day as Liverpool beat Southampton 2-1 in the top flight last night. (Part 2, 18:13) Blackpool's Jake Daniels announced he way gay earlier this week - the first player to do so in English football for more than 30 years. We are joined by Journalist and Broadcaster Christian Hewgill to discuss the significance of Daniels coming out. (Part 3, 33:42) The latest Premier League transfer gossip with Watford, West Ham, Leicester and Brighton all involved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Three episodes to go. This is a weird one where we don't actually talk about GW38 much because there are still four matches to go so instead we look to next season a bit and just chat about whatever's on our minds. All our links: https://linktr.ee/fmlfpl 00:00 - Intro / admin. 01:59 - How‘re we doing in GW37. No league updates. 06:43 - Watford. 08:07 - Leicester, West Ham, and Arsenal (teams who qualify for Europe and play on Thursdays). 12:18 - Best GW38 in our lifetime??? 14:24 - More West Ham / Antonio / Bowen. 18:52 - Son and GW38 captains. 24:40 - Liverpool win the FA Cup. 28:22 - What do we want for the rest of GW37 matches? 29:21 - Bruno Lage / Wolves bets for next season. 34:42 - Thank yous and anus slap(s) and outro. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Buy tickets for Not The Top 20 Live at Leicester Square Theatre - May 19th 2022! https://www.leicestersquaretheatre.com/not-the-top-20-live/ 00:00 - 07:00 - NTT20 Live Show preview, David Prutton announced! 07:00 - 17:00 - Sheff Utd 1-2 Nottingham Forest 17:00 - 29:00 - Luton 1-1 Huddersfield 29:00 - 37:30 - Sunderland vs Wycombe L1 Final preview 37:30 - 44:30 - Mansfield 2-1 Northampton 44:30 - 55:00 - Swindon 2-1 Port Vale 55:00 - 1:03:30 - Rob Edwards appointed by Watford 1:03:30 - end - Scott Brown to Fleetwood, Mark Kennedy to Lincoln, Mark Sykes to Bristol City, Ebou Adams to Cardiff This podcast is sponsored by Betfair. Join the NTT20 Squad on Levellr! An EFL Community on Telegram with non-stop EFL chat and bonus video & audio content from George & Ali. Join with a 2-week free trial & then £4.99 per month: bit.ly/3hBgv4L
First up the focus is on Leeds United's who are now outside of the Premier League relegation zone but rivals Burnley & Everton both have games in hand before they all play their last game this weekend - will they be able to keep hold of star players even if they avoid relegation? Then a little later in the pod Greg Evans will tell us how Aston Villa held firm to sign Philippe Coutinho And we'll talk Adam Leventhal will be with us to talk about Watford's new boss Rob Edwards who will have plenty of work to do after relegation to the Championship
It's over. The worst season of home games in living memory. And Jon, Jason and Mike met outside Vicarage Road, after the 5-1 defeat to Leicester, to discuss the final nail in the coffin of a terrible season. And, after being introduced to the Watford fans, pre-match, FTRE talk with Jacqui Oatley about her feelings about Rob, George Elek, from Not The Top 20 podcasts, about what he achieved at Forest Green and Adam Leventhal, the Athletics Watford correspondent, tells about how the decision was made to finalise the appointment. Plus we discuss the Player of The Season and a farewell to Ben Foster. COME ON YOU ORNS.
Unfortunately there is no celebration on the ATP for our 300th episode, as Everton drop a 3-2 decision to Brentford in a match that would've secured the Toffees place in the PL next season. Instead, James and Ryan review the ups and downs of a truly strange 90 minutes at Goodison. We get into some stats and tactical approaches, but spend just as much time talking about the officiating, luck, and individual mistakes. From the shirt tug on Richarlison to the lack of a 2nd yellow card on Everton's penalty, unfortunately the PL officials take center stage once again. Everton also once again have to contend with injuries against a good side that is able to keep the same lineup match over match. At last but not least we get into listener comments including a discussion that has dominated our discord – has Everton left too much to chance? Was the bigger mistake the Watford match? Can they still get it over the line? Or are we simply praying for Burnley and Leeds results to get safe? LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Intro: Steve Barkwill Production: James Boyman Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle react to the key stories from the weekend discuss the following:(1:05) West Ham breath life back into the Premier League title race after drawing with Manchester City(17:05) Liverpool capture the FA Cup title against Chelsea ahead of their crucial match at Southampton(33:25) Everton squander a 2-1 lead to fall 3-2 to Brentford at Goodison Park(42:00) Tottenham move into 4th place with their victory over Burnley(48:25) Leeds pick up a point to move out of the relegation zone(51:55) And a roundup of the remaining results: Aston Villa 1-1 Crystal Palace, Watford 1-5 Leicester City and Wolves 1-1 Norwich City
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach review the first leg of the Play-off semi-finals. Forest batter Sheffield United! Controversy in Luton v Huddersfield! Rob Edwards to Watford! Diego Costa to Birmingham?! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we talk about the Leicester City and Watford matches and preview the most important match of the season when the Toffees take on Brentford at home. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This weeks show was presented by D&D, Big Sam and guest Darren T. Intro (FPL update), 8:37 - Premier League review (starting with Brentford 3 Southampton 0), 10:50 - Burnley 1 Aston Villa 3, 16:16 - Chelsea 2 Wolves 2, 21:17 - Crystal Palace 1 Watford 0, 24:45 - Brighton 4 Man Utd 0, 36:32 - Liverpool 1 Tottenham 1, 43:07 - Arsenal 2 Leeds 1, 46:09 - Leicester 1 Everton 2, 49:00 - Norwich 0 West Ham 4, 50:11 - Man City 5 Newcastle 0, ---------- 53:53 ----------- INTERMISSION ----------- 1:00:23 - Man City 5 Newcastle 0(continued), 1;0533 - Aston Villa 1 Liverpool 2, 1:13:45 - Leeds 0 Chelsea 3, 1:15:34 - Leicester 3 Norwich 0, 1:17:07 - Wolves 1 Man City 5, 1:26:48 - Tottenham 3 Arsenal 0, ----- 1:39:27 - Phone call ------ 1:43:48 - FA Cup Preview, 1:49:42 - Premier League predictions
Host Chris Beesley joins the ECHO's Everton correspondent Joe Thomas and regular guest Gavin Buckland on the latest edition of the Royal Blue podcast. The panel discuss Everton's goalless draw at Watford and where that leaves Frank Lampard's side bid to preserve their Premier League status ahead of this Sunday's matches, including Brentford's visit to Goodison Park plus their reaction to the confirmation of the club's pre-season tour to the USA this summer.
Aaron Paul is joined by Derby defender Curtis Davies and Salford goalkeeper Tom King to reflect on a busy week of EFL stories. Forest Green owner Dale Vince talks about how manager Rob Edwards joined Watford. Luton assistant Mick Harford looks ahead to the Championship play-offs. Reaction to the latest managerial ins and outs, with Scott Brown joining Fleetwood and Mark Kennedy appointed at Lincoln. VAR in the Championship play-off final, and hear from Wrexham striker Paul Mullin as the National League promotion battle goes to the final day. TOPICS: 5:20 – Forest Green owner Dale Vince, 15:30 – Managerial merry-go-round, 20:00 – Luton's Mick Harford on Championship play-offs, 32:30 – VAR in the Championship play-off final, 35:10 – League One and League Two play-offs, 37:24 – Wrexham's Paul Mullin ahead of final day.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle react to the key storylines from the Premier League midweek matches discussing the following:(1:10) Tottenham dominate 10-man Arsenal with a 3-0 win at home to pull one point behind the Gunners in 4th place(14:40) Liverpool take all 3 points at Aston Villa thanks to Sadio Mane's 2nd-half winner(18:50) Manchester City maintain their 3-point lead over the Reds and increase their lead in goal difference after hammering Wolves 5-1(23:30) Leeds suffer another crucial defeat at the hands of Chelsea thanks to goals from Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku(30:30) Everton settle for a scoreless draw at Watford(32:05) And Leicester City trounce Norwich 3-0 after two goals from Jamie Vardy
Former Watford striker Marvin Sordell features as a special guest on this week's edition of Inside The Hive (7-8pm BST), answering supporters' questions alongside host Michael Kurn and Hornets legend Tommy Mooney and picking the latest player to be added to our Greatest Watford XI.Elsewhere on the show, we take a look at the important work being undertaken by the Watford FC Community Sports and Education Trust as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, and Golden Girl Gemma Biggadike takes on the 60-Second Challenge.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
Join Matt Davies Adams, Sam Parkin, and Robyn Cowen for a look ahead to the Championship and League Two play off semi finals, a look back on Monday night's League One play off victory for Sunderland, and we get you up to date on all the latest managerial moves. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - FGR and Watford's beef : 01.00 PART 1b - Other managerial news: 06.00 PART 2a - League One play off final : 10.00 PART 2b - David Preece on Sunderland: 14.00 PART 3a - Championship play off previews: 22.00 PART 3b - League Two play off previews : 32.00 PART 4 - Catty statements: 44.00 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kate, Andy and Vish are here to watch the jeopardy seep out from both ends of the league table, as Man City tighten their title grip and Leeds shoot themselves in each other's feet yet again.Elsewhere, Watford remind Forest Green that sour grapes are indeed vegan and - drumroll - we look ahead to the North London Derby! All from the comfort of Kate's lonely living room.Tweet us @FootballRamble 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.
It's James and Ryan representing the ATP again bringing to you all the excitement (or lack thereof) from Everton's 0-0 draw at Vicarage Road against Watford's B team. The show includes an interesting debate continued from the ATP Discord on Everton's tactical approach that asks a lot of questions – was Everton too pragmatic? Should Frank have ditched the 541 and revert back to the 4141/433 from April? Did he wait too long to make adjustments or to make subs? Or is this Everton just lacking some quality? Beyond that, we get into some fascinating numbers capturing just how futile Watford's attack was and how inefficient Everton was with its opportunities. Ultimately, the real question is - was this is a missed opportunity or a valuable point on the road? Tune into the ATP and let us know what you think! LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Intro: Steve Barkwill Production: James Boyman Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's never dull following the Hornets! Rob Edwards joins as Head Coach for next season and after Roy Hodgson Wave-gate on Saturday we host Everton in a nil-nil draw that he is high on work rate but short on quality! Most people seem pretty happy about both! Whilst boo's didn't happen at the Vic the empty seats were enough to register a sizeable protest vote against Roy, the regimes performance in recent seasons and the teams performance in this season - but the lads who played put in a shift and the reaction to that simple fact is also telling. Rupert is in a good mood and that may have a lot to do with his mother-in-law finally leaving, Loads of contributions from fans live and unedited - thanks to all as always COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A point at home... How strange! In a match that will not go down in Premier League history, with two poor sides, Watford fans left Vicarage Road with a very strange positive vibe... but we're not really sure why. After the final whistle, Jon, Mike and Jason met outside the Hornet Shop to discuss the game, the players who were fit and healthy enough to get on the pitch and, of course, they had to discuss the appointment of Watford's new Head Coach - Rob Edwards. Two games to go in the PL and you never know we might get a win. COME ON YOU ORNS
Listen in full HERE: https://bit.ly/3sqjoKI Matt is joined by Sarah and Dave to reflect on a huge win at Leicester and another massive encounter to come against Watford on Wednesday. There's also a lot of love for the away support at the King Power.
Sponsored by Little Mouse cheese and wine shop in Norwood. Pre-order a bespoke selection of cheeses for FYP listeners for just £17 to pick up after the Manchester Utd game on Sunday May 22nd at littlemousecheese.com/fyp A wonderful day at Selhurst that sees Watford relegated while Roy Hodgson blows the Holmesdale kisses. You couldn't ask for more. JD, Jack and Grace are here to review all of Saturday's festivities, pick their winners and losers, answer your questions and preview Sunday's trip to Aston Villa. PLUS there's an extended version of this episode is available to our Patrons over at: https://patreon.com/fyppodcast Twitter: @fypfanzine Facebook: FYPFanzine Instagram: @fypfanzine email@example.com
Will Manchester City put a bow on the Premier League title race, or is there time for one more twist to be thrown into the equation? In this LIVE episode of Stoppage Time, Carmine Bianco, Kevin Dolan, Pavlos Laguretos, and Nick Borrman break down this week's featured Premier League matches, including Aston Villa vs Liverpool; Leeds vs Chelsea; Watford vs Everton; and Tottenham vs Arsenal. Join the soccer betting experts from WagerTalk and Sportsmemo as they offer their EPL soccer picks and predictions.#Soccer | #PremierLeague | #EPLThis Week's Featured Games:Introduction 00:00Aston Villa vs Liverpool 8:21Leeds vs Chelsea 17:37Watford vs Everton 21:13Tottenham vs Arsenal 29:18
All Reds are Wolves fans this week. Watford relegated. Ayling's red drops Leeds to the relegation zone. Championship: Fulham & Bournemouth promoted, Playoffs set Fantasy Premier League Rich get richer Which team has the most players with umlauts? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soccer-neophytes/support
Alex and Javier previewed the upcoming week's slate of Premier League fixtures that includes matches with great impact up and down the league table. Title chasers Liverpool will head to Aston Villa to try and close the gap on Manchester City, before the blues head to Wolves to continue their stranglehold on the league title. Meanwhile relegation battlers Leeds will look to cause their own upset Wednesday when they host a wallowing Chelsea side, before Everton head to Watford to keep themselves out of the last relegation place. But the main fixture of the week happens Thursday as Arsenal head to Tottenham for the most impactful North London Derby in years with a Top 4 place on the line. Timestamps: 1:25 - Spurs-Arsenal Preview 11:30 - Aston Villa-Liverpool Preview 16:35 - Leeds Chelsea Preview 24:25 - Watford-Everton Preview 26:42 - Wolves-Man City Preview Social Media: Twitter | Instagram Featuring Alex Moss Javier Arevalo Intro/Outro Music Love Syndrome - Enamour
It's the business end of the season, so Musa and Ryan begin by rounding up some key results around Europe this weekend, including title wins, races for European football, and relegation battles (2:31), before moving on to focus on the Premier League. Liverpool's draw with Spurs (16:23) dented their title hopes, while also having consequences in the race for top four. It's advantage Manchester City in the title race (26:41), after they responded by hammering Newcastle to improve their goal difference as well as their lead at the top. There's a roundup of the rest of the Premier League, including what's next for Watford after they were relegated at the weekend (32:14), plus more drama in the relegation battle, Brighton's biggest-ever top-flight win (39:01), which saw them beat Manchester United 4-0, and more! Host: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Host Connor O'Neill joins Joe Thomas, Chris Beesley and Gavin Buckland for an upbeat edition of the Royal Blue podcast following Everton's 2-1 victory at Leicester City secured three points away from home in the Premier League for the first time since last August.The result also moved Frank Lampard's side above both Burnley and Leeds United and out of the relegation zone as Ukrainian international Vitalii Mykolenko scored his first goal in English football.The panel discuss the game at the King Power Stadium, the role Evertonians played - both at the ground and in seeing off the team bus from Finch Farm - and Wednesday night's upcoming fixture at Watford.
Marcus, Vish and Jim are here to rightfully scold Tottenham after they dared to execute a succinct game plan against our brave Merseyside title chasers. Some mild scorn is reserved for Watford, whose grim season comes to an inevitable end.Elsewhere, Vish documents his stint in purgatory as Man United sink to a seemingly new low, while Peter Shilton reminds us all he's indeed had the last laugh.Tweet us @FootballRamble 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.
**Udsendelsen er sponsoreret af Business Danmark** Så skete det endelig. Liverpool smed point, og det udnyttede Manchester City, som med en storsejr over Newcastle nu rykker tre point fri i toppen. Samtidig har City den bedste målscore og med kun tre kampe tilbage er det svært at se, hvad der skulle kunne gå galt for Guardiolas mænd. Mediano PL analyserer her runde 36 i Premier League, som udover forskydninger i toppen også var runden, hvor Arsenal kom tættere på fjerdepladsen, og hvor Watford rykkede ud af Premier League. Vores faste panel med journalist, Thomas Pyndt og træner, Rasmus Monnerup, sidder klar ved mikrofonerne sammen med vært Adam Møller Gomaa. Vi gennemgår kampene i følgende rækkefølge: - Liverpool-Tottenham (00:08:00) - Brighton-Manchester United (00:22:00) - Burnley-Aston Villa (00:27:00) - Crystal Palace-Watford (00:35:00) - Norwich-West Ham (00:43:00) - Chelsea-Wolverhampton (00:44:00) - Brentford-Southampton (00:54:00) - Leicester-Everton (01:04:30) - Arsenal-Leeds (01:09:00) - Manchester City-Newcastle (01:20:00)
Action Network European football experts Michael Leboff and Anthony Dabbundo are back for another edition of Wondergoal! In this episode, the guys dive into the mid-week slate in the Premier League [01:20], the Coppa Italia Finals [31:10] and a match in LaLiga [32:20]. Plus, they finish things off with their best bets [33:15]. Match previews include Tottenham vs. Arsenal [01:20], Aston Villa vs. Liverpool [06:35], Leeds vs. Chelsea [10:58], Leicester vs. Norwich [16:35], Watford vs. Everton [18:50], Wolves vs. Man City [27:05], Juventus vs. Inter Milan [31:10] and Valencia vs. Betis [32:20]. If you're starving for more action on the pitch, we've got you covered! Make sure you subscribe, rate, and review wherever you listen to podcasts!
Wilfried Zaha's first-half penalty was enough for Crystal Palace to beat Watford 1-0, confirming the Hornets' relegation from the Premier League much to the delight of Agent Hodgson.Chris and Mike review the match.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/holmesdaleradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/holmesdaleradio.
Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Pete Hall on Sunday night duty following another crunch weekend of Premier League action. Manchester City end the weekend three points clear in the title race as they smashed five past Newcastle and Liverpool drew 1-1 at Anfield against Tottenham. In the relegation battle, Burnley slipped to a first defeat under interim boss Mike Jackson, as Everton won 2-1 away at Leicester City. Fellow strugglers Leeds United lost at Arsenal, to boost the Gunners own Top Four hopes, ahead of the midweek North London derby at Spurs. Manchester United's Top Four challenge ended with a 4-0 thumping at Brighton and Watford's relegation is confirmed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robbie Mustoe is joined by special guest co-host, Tim Howard, reacting to the key storylines of Match Round 36 in the Premier League discussing the following:(1:15) Thoughts on their visit to Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby(2:55) Liverpool and Tottenham play to a 1-1 draw which saw the Reds drop two crucial points in the Premier League title race(9:55) Manchester City respond to their Champions League elimination with a resounding 5-0 victory over Newcastle United(15:55) Everton pick up three massive points on the road at Leicester City to get out of the relegation zone(22:55) Arsenal move four points clear of Tottenham after a 2-1 win over Leeds who drop into the relegation zone(28:25) Burnley lose at home to Aston Villa(29:40) Chelsea squander a two-goal lead to draw with Wolves plus Tim's thoughts on former teammates, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku(37:15) Manchester United hit rock bottom with a 4-0 defeat at Brighton(44:35) Watford officially relegated from the Premier League after a 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace(47:00) Plus thoughts on Brentford 3-0 Southampton and Norwich 0-4 West Ham
So that's it. After the 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace and confirmation that Watford will be playing the 2022-2023 season back in the Championship, FTRE look back on how we find ourselves in this position. It's been a long time coming and, after a short bit of reflecting on Saturday's defeat, the team discussed the 10 steps that got Watford relegated. Decisions get made for a whole host of reasons but which decisions do we feel are the ones that sent the mighty hornets down. It's not the end of the season yet, so let's get it out of our system and enjoy our final three games in England's top division. This is From The Rookery End... Come on You Orns
"Oh Roy Hodgson, he's one of our own." Rob and JD are joined by FYP Patreon legend Joe Copp to review that win over Watford while Sellsy joins JD in part 2 to review a great afternoon for the Palace. Full episode over at patreon.com/fyppodcast Twitter: @fypfanzine Facebook: FYPFanzine Instagram: @fypfanzine email@example.com
Ben Haines is joined by Stephen Kelly and Tash Dowie to react to Saturday's Premier League action. John Murray and Jonathan Woodgate bring us reaction from Anfield, where Liverpool's title hopes were dented after a 1-1 draw with Tottenham. We hear from both Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte. Will Manchester City take advantage and go three points clear at the top with victory over Newcastle on Sunday? Elsewhere, Watford's relegation was confirmed after their defeat at Crystal Palace and Burnley's loss to Villa has really spiced up the battle for survival, with Everton and Leeds both playing on Sunday. And Manchester United's faint hopes of Champions League qualification are over after they were thrashed 4-0 by Brighton.
Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton took your calls on Saturday's football action. Watford fans discussed the side's relegation after a dismal season whilst jubilant Luton and Bristol Rovers supporters called in to celebrate their sides' promotion pushes. There were updates too on another tremendous Brighton win against Manchester United. There was another edition of The Wanderer for Chris to take on whilst Gone in 60 Suttons looked ahead to Arsenal vs Leeds United. This show originally aired on May 7th 2022 on BBC Radio 5 Live.
On this episode, we break down Everton's victory over Chelsea and preview two of the most important matches of the season on the road against Leicester City and Watford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sam, Mike and Nick look ahead to the match against WatfordSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/holmesdaleradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/holmesdaleradio.
With Chris watching from the stands, the team playing a man down lines up to kick back and reflect on Norwich's relegation (3:40) and Watford on the edge, the return of the leaky cauldron (18:00), Champions League glory (23:45), Prediction League (30:30), listener questions (33:00) and more! Thanks for listening this season and if you rate us 5 stars and roast us in the comments, we'll be sure to read it on-air. Website: https://acrossthepond.co Twitter: https://twitter.com/acrossthepond IG: https://instagram.com/atpradio
The secret to Everton's potentially spectacular survival? Jordan Pickford's massive bonce - you heard it here first.Jules, Jim and Pete catch up with another chaotic weekend as inevitable relegation claims Norwich and approaches Watford, despite Roy the Boy's rascal sunglasses. We also check in with King Carlo's title parade, find Pep under some palm trees and celebrate the greatest slide tackle ever seen.Tweet us @FootballRamble 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.
Ben Haines is joined by Birmingham City striker Lyle Taylor and former West Ham, Crystal Palace and Watford midfielder Jobi McAnuff to tackle all the big stories from the Sunday fixtures in the Premier League – and there was drama aplenty... starting at Goodison where Everton got those all important three points after beating Chelsea. They hear from a delighted Frank Lampard and a not too pleased Thomas Tuchel, as his side now only have two wins from their last six Premier League games. So how are the Chelsea fans feeling after their sides recent run of form? Well Rob Pratley from the CFC Social pops on the pod to give some insight into the Chelsea camp. Arsenal took the spoils in the London derby after beating West Ham, which means they go up to fourth in the table – Mikel Arteta lauds his teams “ugly win” and David Moyes gives his analysis after his side lost at home. Meanwhile Tottenham out-played Leicester to also keep their Champions League hopes alive with Son and Kane getting on the score sheet - and the guys look ahead to Manchester United's game against Brentford on Monday. Topics: 2'19 – Everton v Chelsea analysis. 3'00 – Richarlison appreciation. 7'00 – Jordan Pickford section. 9'30 – Frank Lampard audio. 13'45 – Chelsea section with fan perspective. 19'00 – Thomas Tuchel interview. 23'00 – Arsenal section. 29'00 – Mikel Arteta reaction. 32'00 – West Ham analysis and David Moyes interview. 35'30 – Spurs chat and battle for Champions League. 39'00 – Manchester United v Brentford preview.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap the key storylines from Match Round 35 in the Premier League discussing the following:(1:20) Everton's crucial win over Chelsea to give their hopes for Premier League survival a major boost(21:15) Burnley's comeback victory against Watford to continue their great run of form and officially relegate Norwich City after the Canaries defeat to Aston Villa(31:20) Manchester City's dominant win at Leeds United to stay top(41:10) Liverpool taking all 3 points off Newcastle at St. James' Park to stay on City's tail(52:00) Arsenal's big win on the road at West Ham to remain in 4th(58:10) And Tottenham keeping pace with the Gunners after their victory against Leicester City