Los blaugrana perdieron 0-2 ante Benfica, y parece estar sumido en una crisis, que tendria los días contados para Ronald Koeman. En más resultados de la segunda fecha en la fase de grupos, Manchester United se impone 2-1, con un tanto de Cristiano Ronaldo; Atalanta, por su parte, vence por una anotación a Young Boys.
Host Elijah is joined by Special Guest Ty Mac, Michael and Timi. They look back at the disappointing 2-1 loss to Young Boys in Game Week one of the Champions League. They also discuss the 2-1 win over West Ham and also answer listeners questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Thanks for tuning in to episode 64! In this episode we talk about... Man City's 6-3 win over Leipzig, West Ham's Europa League win, Chelsea's win against Spurs, the '98 Ballon d'Or shortlist, Messi's PSG substitution, United losing to Young Boys, looking forward to Chelsea v City, Ian's last year at West Ham, Pep's City attendance comments, Noble's penalty, Harry Kane, Champions League, Europa Leage, and more! If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the next episode, submit your video at 5PintsIn.com/submit If you're enjoying the podcast, please give us a like or rating on your favorite podcast platform - It really helps the show out! Go to 5pintsin.com to sign up for our email newsletter and check out our latest merchandise. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5pintsin/support
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a week of ups and downs for Manchester United and most pertinently for Jesse Lingard who gifted Young Boys victory in Switzerland on Tuesday but then scored a fantastic winner in London on Sunday. David de Gea was also a late hero with a great last-minute penalty save.There's plenty to talk through, including some interesting conversation on substitutes coaches, new types of warm-ups and plenty more. There's also a preview of Wednesday night's League Cup 3rd round fixture against West Ham.TIMESTAMPS00:00 Introduction00:50 De Gea, the full-time scenes + Ole's cultivation of togetherness08:15 Noble's penalty + why do subs warm up so weirdly?13:30 Jesse Lingard15:28 Substitutions (+ the arrival of substitutions coaches)18:00 The performance in general + Utd's unbeaten run (why are there still questions about it?)26:30 The refereeing controversy31:00 Wrapping up on the win vs West ham32:30 West Ham (H) - Preview40:00 OutroEnjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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.
Damien Delaney, Shane Keegan and Dan McDonnell joined John Duggan for a busy OTB Football Saturday this afternoon! We talked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his Man United team were beaten midweek by Young Boys in the Champions League. We also discussed the diet of a Premier League footballer - and Damien tells us Cristiano Ronaldo wouldn't have kept him away from his apple crumble in his playing days!
In this episode Ashwin and Raees discuss our defeat at the hands of Young Boys.(*Editors Note* Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, for this episode we are down a man - Just like United! The recording was corrupted but we hope you still enjoy the discussion even if the flow is a little disrupted at times)
Gareth, Edwin and Miller return for another fun episode! They give their reaction to UCL Matchday One, including Young Boys' win over Manchester United, Bayern's rout of Barcelona, Club Brugge's draw with PSG and Liverpool's high-scoring win over AC Milan. They also give their first impressions on Ronaldo's Manchester United debut as well as the hot seat situation at Arsenal with Mikel Arteta. Miller and Edwin reveal their top six, bottom three and Golden Boot winner for this Premier League season. The Golden Boy award shortlist was released this week and Miller and Edwin tell you who should win and who will win the award. Lastly, Miller's mom calls in to surprise him and celebrate his birthday and Miller and Edwin make their weekend picks in Miller Time and Edwin Segment!
Darren Fletcher brings you the Friday Football Social, discussing all the big talking points from the Premier League. We have reaction to Newcastle's 1-1 draw at home to Leeds, with Michael Brown and Vicki Sparks joining us from St James' Park. Former Newcastle midfielder and West Ham assistant coach Kevin Nolan is alongside Darren to dissect what the future holds for Steve Bruce after another turbulent week off the field. Nolan also discusses West Ham's strong start in the Europa League, after they beat Dinamo Zagreb in their opening group game. He says Declan Rice can become one of the best in the world, giving us insight into what the England star is like as a character in the dressing room. And we look ahead to the threat Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United will pose to David Moyes' side following their loss to Young Boys in the Champions League. Pep Guardiola has caused quite the stir amongst Manchester City fans after saying he wanted more of them at the Etihad for Saturday's match against Southampton, with just over 38,000 turning up for the win over RB Leipzig midweek. Loukas Gregory from the 1864 City Supporters Group drops by to discuss whether the relationship between the manager and supporters has been damaged with Guardiola refusing to apologise for his comments. TOPICS 00.30 – Newcastle v Leeds reaction 04.46 – Kevin Nolan on off-field issues at Newcastle 12.22 – Nolan on how David Moyes has transformed West Ham 17.20 – Declan Rice discussion 22.45 – Fallout from Manchester United's defeat to Young Boys 28.09 – Pep Guardiola on his comments about fans 29.07 – City fan Loukas Gregory reaction to Pep's comments
Key football topics from around Europe such as Solskjaer's prediciment with van de Beek combined with their shock loss to Young Boys along with analysis of players such as Jude Bellingham, Hassem Aouar, and Youri Tielemans amongst in-depth tactical breakdowns of Barcelona, Bayern, Liverpool, AC Milan, Spurs AND Rangers are all discussed. Rejoice!
A primeira rodada da fase de grupos da Liga dos Campeões da Europa teve um monte de história: a larga vitória do Bayern de Munique sobre o Barcelona, o jogaço entre Liverpool e Milan, a estreia do badalado trio do PSG com empate contra o Club Brugge, a vitória do Young Boys sobre o Manchester United etc.Falamos sobre tudo isso, e também Liga Europa, Conference League, a possível realização do Mundial de Clubes no Rio de Janeiro e a classificação do Fortaleza às semifinais da Copa do Brasil. Vem com a gente!Deu tempo também de falar sobre Liga Europa, Conference League, a possível realização do Mundial de Clubes no Rio de Janeiro e a classificação do Fortaleza às semifinais da Copa do Brasil. Vem com a gente!Use o código promocional TRIVELA no cadastro e ganhe 20% de freebet: https://bit.ly/TrivelaKTO
The Champions League is back! Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe team up to discuss the action from Matchday 1, including (but not limited to) Manchester United's disappointing performance against Young Boys, Bayern's win at the Camp Nou, Pep's City scoring a half-dozen against Marsch's Leipzig, and Liverpool's comeback win over Milan. Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... The NBA! This episode is sponsored by the NBA and their quest to advance the game of basketball, grow the community, and impact culture. That's the NBA. That's Game! American Giant! Get 15% off your new favorite tees at american-giant.com/TSS! LinkedIn! If you're searching for some qualified candidates, you can post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/TSS! Policy Genius! You could save 50% or more when comparing life insurance quotes at PolicyGenius.com! SeatGeek! Visit SeatGeek.com and use the code "TSS" to get $20 off your first SeatGeek purchase! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Champions League is back and so are Musa and Ryan. There's chat about Barcelona's defeat to Bayern at Camp Nou (04:15), David Wagner's Young Boys beating Manchester United (14:29), and Manchester City's kind-of-but-not-quite demolition of RB Leipzig, with Jack Grealish scoring in his first match in the tournament (25:11). There's also chat about Liverpool's win over Milan (30:07), Jude Bellingham being brilliant again (32:57), and the rest of the games from midweek (38:21). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jimbo welcomes along Duncan Alexander, Tom Williams and Natalie Gedra as the Champions League gets back into full swing. Manchester United are upset away at Young Boys. Do they lack personality in the Champions League? And will Solskjaer learn from his mistakes? Elsewhere, PSG continue to play as individuals, Man City don't need a striker because they keep improving as a team. And the Nou Camp is the new Turf Moor. The Premier League weekend promises plenty. Matt Jones from The Blue Room talks to us about learning to love Rafa Benitez at Everton. Plus the origin of the term Route One. And the two big exits in football this week – Chris Hughton and Dani Alves. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Young Boys 2-1 Man Utd (03m 30s) • PART 1b: Club Brugge 1-1 PSG (10m 00s) • PART 2a: Man City 6-3 Leipzig (17m 00s) • PART 2b: Elsewhere in the Champions League (23m 00s) • PART 3a: Spurs v Chelsea preview (34m 00s) • PART 3b: A look at Leeds, Norwich and the first ever televised game (41m 30s) • PART 4a: Everton's excellent start with Matt Jones (49m 30s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (57m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (63m 30s) • PART 6: Hughton out and Alves out (66m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Paul Joyce.Liverpool nearly started their European campaign off poorly, but Jordan Henderson saved the day at Anfield. How important is he to Jurgen Klopp's side? (00:00)Manchester City looked impressive going forward but also let in three goals last night. Have they shifted tactics or was it just a sloppy night for their defenders against RB Leipzig? (11:23)Manchester United were embarrassed somewhat on Cristiano Ronaldo's European return, losing 2-1 to Young Boys. Was the artificial pitch party to blame and did Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer get his tactics all wrong? (20:30)Romalu Lukaku scored again at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea got started with a win - how can he look so settled into their side so quickly? (30:15)There were some other incredible matches in this week's Champions League. Jude Bellingham looked the real deal, Lionel Messi had a quiet European debut for PSG and a former West Ham striker had quite the night (36:57)The Times' North East Reporter Martin Hardy joins us following his article in The Times about the current situation at Newcastle (42:18)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Carl Anka & Andy Mitten talk through a massive Champions League following the massive high at Old Trafford a few days earlier. Was the red card the only reason United lost to Young Boys or does some of the blame lie with the manager? We also discuss another unfortunate night for Donny van de Beek. There is a look ahead to Sunday's game at West Ham - will Bruno or Ronaldo be on penalty duties? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's double Pod we first look back on Cristiano Ronaldo's glorious return to Old Trafford, as Manchester United dispatched Newcastle 4-1 in the Premier League. Ronaldo was undoubtedly the star attraction but Bruno Fernandes netted a scorcher and Jesse Lingard bagged late too with Paul Pogba pulling the strings on a great day to be a Red. In the second part of the Pod we dissect United's tepid showing in the Champions League away to Young Boys. An Aaron Wan-Bissaka red card ruined a promising start - with Ronaldo netting early - and United ended up throwing the match away in time added on. Become a 100% United Member - patreon.com/united100 Use Promo Code UNITED100 for 10% off at vintageunitedshirts.com
Hernán Pereyra, analiza la victoria del equipo alemán sobre el conjunto catalán, destaca la actuación del Bayern como símbolo de consistencia de sus directivos, y recalca que al Barcelona no le quedó nada, solo la historia. Además analiza el resto de la jornada del martes, donde destacó la derrota del Man United ante el Young Boys, el empate del Sevilla ante Salzburg, la victoria de la Juventus ante Malmo y Chelsea ante Zenit, el pase del Seattle Sounders a la final de la Leagues Cup al vencer a Santos.
Duncan Castles joins Ian McGarry to 'bring you the news before it becomes news' from the biggest clubs in world football.Today:Pogba ready to discuss new Man Utd deal: Will he stay?Young Boys burn SolskjaerOver half a billion on transfer fees, same old tactical errorsRudiger's pay demandsElliott + Villain
On today's episode Dave discusses the Champions League games from last night as Chelsea edge passed Zenit, and Man Utd lose to Young Boys! He lso discusses an article comparing Brighton and Newcastle and more specifically Graham Potter and Steve Bruce. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-epl-index-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In de dagelijkse podcast van FC Afkicken bespreken Neal, Jaron en Mart op woensdag 15 september onder meer het gelijkspel van Feyenoord in de Conference League, terwijl Ajax later op de dag in actie komt in de Champions League tegen Sporting Portugal. Verder kijken de heren terug op een bewogen Champions League-avond en staan ze stil bij het einde van de carrière van Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.(01:02) Maccabi Haifa – Feyenoord(04:56) FC Barcelona onderuit tegen Bayern München(10:30) FC Afkicken bij Lille – VfL Wolfsburg(14:13) Manchester United verrast door Young Boys(14:46) De tweet van Maarten Wijffels(17:43) De hoofdrol van Arnaut Danjuma(21:17) Sporting Portugal – Ajax(28:50) Overig programma Champions League(32:00) Klaas-Jan Huntelaar zwaait afZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Manchester United lost in dramatic fashion in the Champions League last night. A Jesse Lingard error and an Aaron Wan-Bissaka dismissal were key factors as Young Boys secured a memorable win. (Part 2, 16:49) A repeat of the amazing 2005 UCL final takes place tonight as Milan visit Liverpool. (Part 3, 38:04) Pascal Struijk's red card for Leeds has been upheld. Was it the right call?
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The Champos is back with a clang, as Jesse Lingard gifted those Young Boys a victory minutes from time. It was actually reminiscent of a game from last season Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he never wanted to happen again. Damn it all. Marcus, Jim and Andy also look over a solid victory for Chelsea and an absolute cakewalk for Bayern Munich over in Barcelona. Demba Ba also announces his retirement and we finally come up with a name for our new Agony Aunt section - ropey jingle included.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.
WE'VE SEEN THIS BEFORE! In this midweek episode of the United Pulse Podcast, Snacks and Eames breakdown the loss against Young Boys in our inaugural Champions League game of the season 2-1. The fellas begin by discussing the red card challenge by Aaron Wan Bissaka which saw him sent off and discuss this being a turning point in the match. The guys discuss the opportunity for Diogo Dalot to impress as Aaron Wan Bissaka will be suspended for the next 3 Champions League matches. The boys then transition to discuss some other performances including Jadon Sancho disappointing again, Donny Van De Beek getting a run in the midfield, as well as the performance from the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The lads close off by previewing the next match against West Ham United as well as discussing the goal Manchester United scored by Cristiano Ronaldo. Snacks; Twitter: @snackmight Eames' Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin's Twitter: @elchicouno Music Credit: DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
Our hosts John & Alex discuss everything Manchester United on this side of the pond. This podcast, the American Red Devils recap Manchester United's match against Young Boys, and preview their upcoming fixture against West Ham. The team also breaks down the latest Manchester United news, injuries and transfer rumors. Give a listen and tweet the podcast your questions if you want to be featured in the weekly Fan Questions segment - Thanks and Glory Glory!
The FC crew discuss the opening day of the Champions League group stage, where Manchester United fell short in stoppage time to Young Boys despite bagging an early goal from Cristiano Ronaldo. Meanwhile, Bayern Munich roll to a comfortable 3-0 win over a Barcelona side that looks a fragment of their former selves, and Chelsea continue to churn out results thanks to Romelu Lukaku.
The Matchday Live team review night one of this season's UEFA Champions League Group Stage. We hear from Thomas Tuchel and Romelu Lukaku after the defending champions Chelsea got off to a winning start against Zenit. There were also victories for Bayern, Juventus and Young Boys who shocked Manchester United in Switzerland.
Everton entered the Premier League's top 4 last night with an impressive win over Burnley. Demarai Gray and Andros Townsend starred for Benitez's Blues. How far can Everton go this season - meanwhile will Burnley beat the drop? (Part 2, 18:33) The UEFA Champions League returns tonight. Man Utd visit Young Boys and Zenit look to spoil Chelsea's UCL defence.
CR7 SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! In this week's episode of the United Pulse Podcast, Snacks and Eames breakdown of the thrashing Manchester United gave to Newcastle United 4-1 at Old Trafford. The fellas begin with discussing how well Manchester United played against Newcastle United including an improved performance from Jadon Sancho, and Eames pointing out how well Nemanja Matic played alongside Paul Pogba in the midfield. The lads move on to discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and after seeing his new team play if the expectations have risen and if the pressure of winning silverware is more present then ever. The boys close off by discussing the return of the GOAT Cristiano Ronaldo in the Manchester United starting 11 which saw him bag a brace in typical Ronaldo fashion, as well as breaking down what else he brings to the team. The cast closes off with a lineup and score prediction for the Red Devils first Champions League match of the season against Young Boys. Social Media: Snacks; Twitter: @snackmight Eames' Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin's Twitter: @elchicouno Music Credit: DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
Morayo is joined by Elijah, Dre and Timi as they look back at the 4-1 win over Manchester United, the cast also look ahead to the Champions League Group Stage game against Young Boys and they finish with listeners questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the two goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo in Manchester United's 4-1 win against Newcastle United. They talk Ronaldo, Pogba, Fernandes, Lingard, Sancho, Greenwood and preview games against West Ham and Young Boys.Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United in conversation with club correspondents Carl Anka and Laurie Whitwell. The eyes of the footballing world fell on Manchester at 3pm on Saturday to see Cristiano Ronaldo return to where he developed into a world-class forward. With two goals, he didn't disappoint, and his return is already showing signs of positive influence throughout the club. Next up, a visit to Bern's Wankdorf Stadium to face the city's Young Boys, prompting a few obvious one-liners. But, it's an important fixture as United seek to gain an early advantage over group rivals Villareal and Atalanta. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this installment Nik and Colm are joined by Dr. Tom Crawford to discuss the greatest player of all time. They discuss the GOAT Index, how the conclusions were reached and the introduction of statistics and XG in modern football analysis.The team then discuss THE game, our midfield conundrum, the Donny interview and the Lesser Spotted Beek. Our intrepid trio chat about their favourite goal from this weekends game, if we should be expecting more from Sancho or if he needs more time to adjust and the Dortmund curse.Next on the list is the resurgence of Jesse, Fantasy Football (and mathematicians in the league) , how nice it is to be top and the lads give predictions of how Uniteds season will go.Finally, we look forward to Young Boys and West Ham... and in late breaking news we have a Special Report from our man in the ground! Enjoy the show folks!
Our hosts John & Alex discuss everything Manchester United on this side of the pond. This podcast, the American Red Devils recap Manchester United's match against Newcastle United, and preview their upcoming fixture against Young Boys in the UCL. The team also breaks down the latest Manchester United news, injuries and transfer rumors. Give a listen and tweet the podcast your questions if you want to be featured in the weekly Fan Questions segment - Thanks and Glory Glory!
Rob and Ed break down the terrible abuse and murder of 138, possibly another 300, young boys, all at the hands of Columbian Luis "The Beast" Garavito. Even after 138 confirmed murders and possibly 300 more, Luis only serves 22 years and is eligible to be released this yr for good behavior. Our "WTFlorida" moment sends us back to Daytona Beach!! Music by Kings of Leon --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-west8/support
The UEFA Champions League enters its next round of qualification on Tuesday, August 24 as some of the top teams in Europe battle to stay alive in the world's biggest club soccer competition. In this LIVE episode of Stoppage Time, Carmine Bianco, Nick Borrman, Pavlos Laguretos and Kevin Dolan offer their thoughts on three featured games: Ferencvaros vs Young Boys; Shakhtar Donetsk vs Monaco; and Brondby vs RB Salzburg. Join the soccer betting experts from WagerTalk and Sportsmemo as they offer their Champions League picks and predictions.#Soccer | #UCL | #ChampionsLeagueThis week's featured Champions League games:Introduction 00:00Ferencvaros vs Young Boys 05:25Shakhtar Donetsk vs Monaco 15:50Bianco EPL Lookahead 24:11Brondby vs RB Salzburg 26:30
The UEFA Champions League enters its next round of qualification on Tuesday, August 17 as some of the top teams in Europe battle to stay alive in the world's biggest club soccer competition. In this LIVE episode of Stoppage Time, Carmine Bianco and Kevin Dolan offer their thoughts on three featured games: Monaco vs Shakhtar Donetsk; Benfica vs PSV; and Young Boys vs Ferencvarosi. Join the soccer betting experts from WagerTalk and Sportsmemo as they offer their Champions League picks and predictions.#Soccer | #UCL | #ChampionsLeagueThis week's featured Champions League games:Introduction 00:00Monaco vs Shakhtar Donetsk 04:40Benfica vs PSV 11:55Young Boys vs Ferencvarosi 18:25Dortmund vs Bayern Munich 25:25