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The OneFootball Podcast

English, Sports, 1 season, 419 episodes, 19 hours, 7 minutes
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The OneFootball Podcast is the must-listen podcast from the most comprehensive football app in the world. We will keep you up to date on all the latest news from the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and every competition you care about. Want to know about an upcoming Portuguese left-back? We got you! Need to know what's up in Ligue 1? Look no further! Desperate for some shallow, irreverent football chat? Bingo! We've got that too. Tons of it. Sounds good, right? Be sure to leave a rating and comment to let us know how we're doing.
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419: Arsenal beat Man City, Hazard retires, ode to Beckham

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott. Arsenal overcame Manchester City on Sunday in what felt like the first big Premier League title tussle of the season. What does win mean for Arsenal's chances? Are City still the title favourites? And is Erling Haaland's form becoming a problem for the champions? There's also some analysis of the other potential title challengers, before we chat Bundesliga. Do we have a three-horse race for the title in Germany this year? And what's going on with Union Berlin? And to wrap up we pay tribute to two legends of the game: Eden Hazard and David Beckham.
10/11/202339 minutes, 50 seconds
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418: VAR madness, UCL brilliance, Arsenal v Man City preview

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott. As much as we're sick of talking about VAR, it's simply unavoidable this week after Luis Díaz's wrongly disallowed goal in Tottenham's win over Liverpool sent PGMOL into meltdown. What should we do about VAR? Is there any way to fix it? And if Jürgen Klopp gets his wish and Saturday's match is replayed, which other matches from history should get the same treatment? It was also an epic week in the Champions League, with Newcastle thrashing PSG and Arsenal and Manchester United both losing. We pore over all the big talking points from the action. And finally, it's time to look ahead to Sunday's massive clash from the Emirates between Arsenal and Manchester City. Where will the game be won and lost? Will Rodri's or Bukayo Saka's absence be pivotal? And what will this game mean in the context of the title race?
10/5/202335 minutes, 35 seconds
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417: Man Utd's woes, UCL returns, favourite goalkeeper goals

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Pádraig Whelan and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Manchester United have made their worst ever start to a Premier League season and it's time for another Old Trafford inquest. How much can we blame the Glazers? Is the squad good enough? And is the clock ticking for Erik ten Hag? And the Champions League is back in our lives. Hurrah! Who are the favourites? Who has dark horse potential? And where does Lazio goalkeeper Ivan Provedal's header rank on the list of great goalkeeper goals? There's also time to chat Xabi Alonso's brilliant Bayer Leverkusen and Inter's thumping victory in the Milan derby.
9/20/202345 minutes, 21 seconds
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416: Best shithousery, worst chants and how to fix football

It's the international break and we have also taken a break from normal service on the OneFootball Podcast this week. Joel Sanderson-Murray is in the host's chair and he's joined by Dan Burke, Lewis Ambrose and Pádraig Whelan to discuss the following philosophical questions ... What is the best act of shithousery in football? What one change could be made to improve the beautiful game? And what is the worst terrace chant in football?
9/14/202347 minutes, 15 seconds
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415: Knee-jerk reactions on every Premier League team

The Premier League season is only four matches old but that hasn't stopped us from jumping to all kinds of conclusions on the OneFootball Podcast. For the first time since before the 2020 pandemic, Dan Burke is joined live and in the flesh for a very special episode by Lewis Ambrose, Joel Sanderson-Murray and Pádraig Whelan. The gang rate every Premier League team and their chances this season based on the scant evidence we've seen so far. There's nothing like a knee-jerk reaction.
9/7/20231 hour, 14 minutes, 25 seconds
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414: Deadline day approaches, Darwin's evolution, Brits invade Bavaria

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Helge Wohltmann. In the first part of the show, Alex joins to talk all things Premier League and EFL, including Cole Palmer's surprise switch from Manchester City to Chelsea, Ansu Fati's surprise move to Brighton, and all the big talking points from the weekend's action. Helge then joins the party to talk Bundesliga. What is going on with the British invasion at Bayern Munich? Just how high can Union Berlin soar? Is Xabi Alonso the greatest and most handsome coach in Germany? And how exactly do you eat Weißwurst?
8/31/202356 minutes, 16 seconds
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413: Bellingham brilliance, Gunners gunning, WWC wrap, Serie A returns

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose in the co-pilot's chair. Alejandro Diago is the first guest of the day, and he joins to discuss Spain's glory at the Women's World Cup, all the fallout involving coach Jorge Vilda and Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales, and what this triumph means for the future of Spanish women's football. Ale is also a massive Real Madrid fan, and he tells us all about Jude Bellingham's impact so far as well as the rise of 16-year-old Barcelona starlet Lamine Yamal, and a curious move to Saudi Arabia for Celta Vigo's Gabri Veiga. After that, Pádraig Whelan enters the cockpit. First on the agenda is the Premier League, and solid starts to the season for Arsenal and Tottenham, as well as the not-so-solid form of Manchester United and Everton. And finally, Pádraig guides us through the return of Serie A. Who are the Scudetto favourites? Who has done the best transfer business? And more!
8/24/20231 hour, 1 minute, 51 seconds
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412: The OneFootball Podcast is back for the 2023/24 season!

On the first episode of the OneFootball Podcast of 2023/24, Dan Burke is joined by a host of excellent guests. First up to discuss all things Premier League is Joel Sanderson-Murray. Which DM's DMs have Liverpool slid into now? Are Arsenal too emotional to win the Premier League? How high is Newcastle's ceiling? And more! Next up, Daniel Cadena-Jordan joins the party to talk Harry Kane mania in Germany, RB Leipzig's interesting transfer window, Borussia Dortmund's title hopes and all the big Bundesliga talking points heading into the new season. Before Lucas Hybord arrives at the back post to tell us about a big summer reset for PSG, Marseille's Champions League woes and everything you need to know about Premier League transfer target Jérémy Doku.
8/17/202353 minutes, 13 seconds
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411: Man City's treble, silly season begins, Ballon d'Or votes

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And it's the final episode of the season in which the gang draw conclusions from the biggest moments of 2022/23. Are European champions and treble winners Manchester City the greatest club side ever? If not, who is? Will Arsenal compete for the Premier League title next season or did they miss their big chance?  Are Mauricio Pochettino and Ange Postecoglou going to change the fortunes of Chelsea and Tottenham respectively, and who else might challenge for the title in England next season? What is the next step for Barcelona after their LaLiga title triumph, and what will next season look like for Real Madrid? Can anyone stop Bayern Munich from winning a 12th consecutive Bundesliga title? And what is going on with the title winners in Italy and France? The transfer window is now open and there's also plenty of chat about Jude Bellingham, Karim Benzema, Alexis Mac Allister, Declan Rice, Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi and more. Before we wrap up the season by discussing the big contenders for the 2023 Ballon d'Or award.
6/14/20231 hour, 27 seconds
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410: Title race over? Analysing Man City's seismic win over Arsenal

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Pádraig Whelan. It's a special episode diving deep into Manchester City's 4-1 victory over Arsenal on Wednesday evening, which leaves the reigning Premier League champions firmly in the driving seat to retain the title. Are Pep Guardiola's side just too good for Arsenal, or have the Gunners "bottled it" in recent weeks? Where does Kevin De Bruyne rank on the all-time list of Premier League players, and how long until Erling Haaland joins him in the upper echelons? Is the title race now all over bar the shouting? And if so, how should we reflect on Arsenal's season? And is City's dominance bad for the English game? All of those questions - and more! - are answered here.
4/27/202342 minutes, 33 seconds
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409: Managerial mayhem, Napoli wobble, analysing Tuchel's Bayern

The OneFootball Podcast returns as Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Pádraig Whelan. The managerial merry-go-round is spinning dangerously out of control in the Premier League at the moment. Were Chelsea right to sack Graham Potter after just seven months in charge? And who should they turn to next? Meanwhile, Leicester's sacking of Brendan Rodgers had probably been a long time coming. So who could the Foxes bring in to save them from relegation? There are also doubts about Jürgen Klopp's future at Liverpool after what has been a disappointing season. Is the German the man to oversee a summer revamp at Anfield, or is it time for a change? Over in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich's decision to replace Julian Nagelsmann with Thomas Tuchel had an instant impact, but has their DFB Pokal elimination at the hands of Freiburg given Borussia Dortmund renewed hope in the title race? And there's never a dull moment in Italy, as Milan's shock 4-0 win away at Serie A leaders Napoli proved. And that's before we even get into a crazy end to Tuesday's Coppa Italia clash between Juventus and Inter.
4/5/202355 minutes, 6 seconds
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408: Are Man United in the Premier League title race + can Liverpool beat Real Madrid?

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside Lewis Ambrose and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the OneFootball Podcast! Today, the lads discuss Arsenal's victory at Aston Villa, whether Man United are in the title race or not, predictions for the Champions League including Liverpool v Real Madrid and more!
2/20/202342 minutes, 59 seconds
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407: Liverpool finally win a game, Arsenal dealt title blow + the Champions League returns!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside special guest Jacob Dodd for the latest episode of the OneFootball Podcast! The guys discuss Liverpool's Merseyside Derby victory, how Arsenal were dealt a poor hand from VAR, who will be victorious as the Champions League returns, plus much more!
2/14/202339 minutes, 48 seconds
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406: Man City face PL investigation, Arsenal off the hook and replacing Jesse Marsch!

Join host Matt Frohlich on the OneFootball podcast, alongside today's guest Dani Cadena-Jordan, as the guys discuss the latest on the Premier League's investigations into Manchester City, why Arsenal aren't in any trouble at the top just yet, who could replace Jesse Marsch at Leeds, why Barcelona need to win La Liga plus much more!
2/7/202343 minutes, 43 seconds
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405: Enzo Fernandez will never be worth it, City make a big mistake + transfer window round-up!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside Lewis Ambrose and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the OneFootball Podcast! There’s plenty of transfer window drama to get through as Chelsea smash the transfer record, Spurs have a last minute panic, Arsenal sign yet another Chelsea player plus more!
2/2/202352 minutes, 24 seconds
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404: Cancelo's transfer bomb, Wrexham's Hollywood story plus what's wrong at Liverpool?

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside Joel Sanderson-Murray and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the OneFootball Podcast! Today the lads cover Joao Cancelo's big move to Bayern Munich, Wrexham's FA Cup fairytale, Liverpool's woes at Brighton plus much more!
1/30/202354 minutes, 11 seconds
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403: Kane the history boy, Toffees in turmoil, FA Cup up next

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. Harry Kane is on the verge of making Tottenham history after equalling Jimmy Greaves's all-time goalscoring record for the club on Monday, but if he ends his career without a trophy, will it all have been for nothing? Manchester United and Newcastle United both have a foot in the Carabao Cup final after their wins this week, with Nick Pope and Marcus Rashford both being in excellent form. Everton said farewell to Frank Lampard in the most predictable news of the week. Will it be Marcelo Bielsa or Sam Allardyce taking over at Goodison Park? And can anyone save the Toffees from relegation? The transfer window is getting interesting after Spurs hijacked Everton's move for Arnaut Danjuma, Newcastle are linked with Anthony Gordon, Allan Saint-Maximin is linked with AC Milan and Bournemouth could be about to pull off one of the coups of the century. And there's the FA Cup fourth round coming our way this weekend with some very tasty ties, most notably Manchester City vs Arsenal and giant-killers Wrexham taking on Sheffield United.
1/26/202352 minutes, 28 seconds
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402: Mikel's Mentality Monsters, hat-trick Haaland, Serie A scandal

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Pádraig Whelan. Arsenal took another huge step in their quest to win the Premier League title after scoring a dramatic late winner against Manchester United. Are Mikel Arteta's side England's new Mentality Monsters? Elsewhere in the Premier League, another Erling Haaland hat-trick for Manchester City took his tally to 25 Premier League goals at the halfway point in the season. Is he the problem or the solution for the champions at the moment? We also saw an impressive debut from Chelsea Mykhailo Mudryk and an unimpressive last outing from Frank Lampard's Everton. Over in Serie A, Juventus are reeling after receiving a 15-point deduction for alleged Financial Foul Play, while Atalanta's Ademola Lookman has been one of the revelations of the season. And be sure to listen right to the end for one of the best/worst jokes you'll hear this year, or any year for that matter.
1/23/202358 minutes, 25 seconds
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401: Arsenal in dreamland, Bundesliga is back and a big weekend ahead

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. The time has come to reflect on last weekend's Manchester and north London derbies. Was Arsenal's victory at Spurs the surest sign yet they are going to win the Premier League title, or is there still a long way to go?  Can Manchester City keep the pressure on the Gunners, or should the league leaders be more worried about Manchester United at this point? Perhaps we will find out when Mikel Arteta and Erik ten Hag cross swords at the Emirates on Sunday. It's not all about the Premier League as the Bundesliga also returns from its winter break this weekend. What should we be looking forward to? Can anyone stop Bayern Munich winning the title? Who could spring a surprise? Lewis has the answers to those questions, and more!
1/19/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 36 seconds
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400: Potter under pressure, hay Liga, derby weekend in the PL

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It's a bumper podcast for our 400th episode with plenty to talk about, beginning with Graham Potter's difficult situation at Chelsea. Does he deserve to be under pressure already? And what will João Félix bring that Chelsea don't already have? There's also a discussion about Liverpool's malaise and whether there is a way out for them anytime soon, as well as all the other big talking points from a weekend of FA Cup giant-killings. After that it's over to Spain, where a defeat for Real Madrid and a win for Barcelona has blown the LaLiga title race wide open. What's up with Madrid at the moment? And are Barça now firmly in the driving seat. Then it's back to England for some Carabao Cup chat before we preview the two massive derbies coming our way from the Premier League this weekend. Can Manchester United end their torrid run of results against Manchester City on Saturday? And will Arsenal break their Tottenham away hoodoo on Sunday? And lastly, the panel pay tribute to the great and much-maligned Gareth Bale following his retirement this week.
1/12/20231 hour, 1 minute, 18 seconds
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399: Angry Arteta, Serie A returns, Lampard out?

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Chloe Beresford. Arsenal were held to a 0-0 draw by Newcastle on Tuesday, with Gunners boss Mikel Arteta bemoaning some "scandalous" refereeing decisions against his side. Was he right? And were his touchline histrionics justified? After a massive effort to draw at Manchester City last time out, Everton are back to square one after a dismal defeat to Brighton. Is Frank Lampard's time up? And who could the Toffees replace him with? Tottenham, meanwhile, are right back on track after a much-needed 4-0 victory at Crystal Palace. What changed for Spurs here? And will it be a turning point in their season? Away from the Premier League, Serie A is back! Napoli's incredible unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt at the hands of Inter on Wednesday, while there were also wins for Milan and Juventus in a Scudetto race which is shaping up very nicely. And there's also time for some Copa del Rey and FA Cup chat.
1/5/202354 minutes, 27 seconds
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398: Van Dijk hooked, Arsenal hold firm, Spurs struggling, the Haaland conundrum

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. 2023 is here and the Premier League is right back in the swing of things. Monday night saw Brentford take another big scalp as they overcame Liverpool in a match where Virgil van Dijk was taken off at half-time. What has happened to the Dutchman? And how concerning is the Reds' form? One team whose form is concerning for the rest of the league is Arsenal, who are now seven points clear at the top of the table. Is the title heading to the Emirates? And do the Gunners need any new players in January? There's also some talk about Manchester City's and Tottenham's struggles and Manchester United's title credentials, before we finish with some transfer gossip.
1/3/202353 minutes, 55 seconds
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397: Messi gets his trophy, the GOAT final, adiós 2022

On the final OneFootball Podcast episode of 2022, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich. Lionel Messi and Argentina are world champions after Sunday's incredible World Cup final. Was it the best final ever? And is Messi the undisputed greatest player of all-time now? But it was a strange game from France's perspective. Why did they start so badly? Was Didier Deschamps right to make that drastic double sub? And how would we be analysing Les Blues if they'd won on penalties? There's also plenty of reflection about the World Cup as a whole. What were our favourite moments and goals? What were our biggest disappointments? And how will we remember Qatar as hosts? Before we finish by looking back at the year that was 2022. Thanks to everybody for listening and watching throughout the year. Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at OneFootball.
12/20/202259 minutes, 10 seconds
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396: Messi books date with destiny as Morocco's fairytale ends

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It's time to run the rule over this week's absorbing World Cup semi-finals. Is it written in the stars that Lionel Messi will now go on to lift the World Cup and if he does, will it end the tedious Messi v Ronaldo debate once and for all? On Wednesday we saw arguably the best game of the tournament so far as France took down a spirited Morocco side. But should Morocco have had a penalty, and have France been riding their luck a little too much? Then it's time to look ahead to the final. Who will make the difference? Where will the game be won and lost? And what will the score be?
12/15/202251 minutes, 20 seconds
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395: England and Brazil out, Morocco's miracle lives on

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose. It's time to run the rule over the thrills and spills from the weekend's four World Cup quarter-finals. Can Brazil feel hard done by in their penalty shoot out defeat to Croatia, or did the Selecão simply not turn up on the day? Friday also saw a dramatic conclusion to Argentina's clash with the Netherlands. Why did this game descend into such chaos, and was that Dutch free-kick routine for the late equaliser one of the World Cup's great moments? One team who certainly did turn up was Morocco, and the feel-good story of the World Cup lives on. How did the Atlas Lions do it, and what did this result mean for Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo's international future? And there's also the small matter of England's defeat to France to discuss. How gutted should England fans be after this? Did France ride their luck? And what was the psychology behind Harry Kane's penalty miss? There's also time before we wrap up for some semi-final predictions.
12/12/20221 hour, 3 minutes, 6 seconds
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394: Magic Morocco, dazzling Brazil, Ronaldo dropped

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich. The World Cup round of 16 is complete and there are some big performances, big upsets and big stories to mull over. Will Lionel Messi be able to lead Argentina past a formidable Dutch team in the quarter-finals, or will La Albiceleste's defensive vulnerability come back to bite them? Is Gareth Southgate owed some apologies for England's performances at the tournament, and can they overcome a France team with Kylian Mbappé in such inspired form in the quarter-finals? Can anyone stop this incredibly strong Brazil team from winning the World Cup?  Are penalties just a lottery no matter how much preparation you do?  And have Portugal definitively proved they're better off without Cristiano Ronaldo? All of those questions - and many more - are answered here.
12/7/20221 hour, 1 minute, 5 seconds
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393: England through, Messi magic, fantastic Füllkrug

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Daniel Cadena Jordan and Helge Wohltmann. There is plenty to chew on from the week's World Cup action.  England are through to the knockout stages, but how far can they go? Helge gives us the lowdown on Niclas Füllkrug and whether he can be the man to save Germany's bacon. Brazil are also through, while Argentina still have some work to do after Lionel Messi and Enzo Fernández rescued them against Mexico on Saturday. And we also check in on France, Portugal, Belgium and all the other big talking points of the week.
11/30/20221 hour, 3 minutes, 49 seconds
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392: Big wins, big shocks, controversy and more at the World Cup so far

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The World Cup is well under way and there's plenty to chew on from the first five days of action. England made a strong start but is this a sign of things to come or not?  Elsewhere, France and Spain also impressed, but Argentina and Germany made nightmare starts to their respective campaigns. Can they bounce back in the matches to come? We discuss each match which has taken place so far and all the big talkings points from the tournament.
11/25/202256 minutes, 19 seconds
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391: OneFootball Special: Ryan Tafazolli talks England v Iran, playing against Man City, World Cup Predictions plus more!

In this special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich sat down with Wycombe Wanderers defender Ryan Tafazolli. Of Iranian heritage, Ryan spoke about his affinity for Team Melli, their chances at the upcoming World Cup, how they might fare against England plus his childhood growing up and playing football as one of very few south asians in British football. Matt and Ryan also covered his experience playing against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and why he got involved in the YouTube scene, with his channel @tafazolli recently reaching over 50k subscribers!
11/20/202246 minutes, 27 seconds
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390: Our bumper World Cup 2022 preview podcast!

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. There's only one thing on the agenda - the 2022 World Cup which kicks off in Qatar this weekend. Are we excited for it? Who is going to win it? Who will be the biggest flop? All of those questions and many more are answered as we run through each group with a fine tooth comb and predict how the tournament might pan out.
11/17/20221 hour, 6 minutes, 28 seconds
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389: Ronaldo's dirty laundry and a sort-of mid-season review

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Cristiano Ronaldo has officially aired his dirty laundry in public but why now? Will it harm his legacy? And what should Manchester United do about it? Maybe United already have the next Ronaldo in young Alejandro Garnacho, while Manchester City are five points behind Arsenal after suffering a shock defeat at home to Brentford on Saturday. We discuss all the big Premier League talking points from the weekend, before taking a temperature check on each of Europe's top five leagues as we head into the World Cup break.
11/14/202248 minutes, 32 seconds
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388: World Cup squads, Piqué's potty mouth, Liverpool for sale?

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich. We record as England's World Cup squad is hot off the presses. Who were the surprise names on the list? Who was unlucky to miss out? And do the Three Lions have enough for glory in Qatar? There's also some discussion about the Germany and Brazil squads before we talk about this week's Carabao Cup action, the bizarre, foul-mouthed finale to Gerard Piqué's Barcelona career and the title race in LaLiga. Then it's time for a discussion on the potential change of ownership at Liverpool before we round off the episode with some funny stories and listener e-mails.
11/10/202258 minutes, 18 seconds
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387: UCL draw reaction, Arsenal impress again and tempers flare

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. The draw has been made for the first knockout rounds in the Champions League and the Europa League. Can Liverpool get revenge on Real Madrid? Who will prevail between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich? And who has dark horse potential? Elsewhere, it was a weekend of big matches in the Premier League. Was Arsenal's victory at Stamford Bridge the biggest marker they've laid down yet? And why were Chelsea and Tottenham so flat? There's also some LaLiga chat after Gerard Piqué said an emotional goodbye to Barcelona and tempers flared in the Seville derby, but not quite as much as they flared in Argentina. And to round off, Matt and Dan finish by giving a fascinating insight into their culinary preferences.
11/7/202251 minutes, 28 seconds
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386: OneFootball Podcast with very special guest Shaun Wright-Phillips

On this very special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke and Matt Frohlich are joined by Manchester City legend Shaun Wright-Phillips. Shaun joins us at OneFootball HQ in Berlin as part of Manchester City's Global Trophy Tour for an exclusive interview about his career with City, his strange role on the famous final day of the season in May 2012, the current City team, Pep Guardiola, Erling Haaland and much more. There is also some fun to be had as Shaun plays a quiz about himself, picks a 5-a-side team of the best players he played with and answers some quick-fire questions about the hottest topics of the day. Huge thanks to Shaun and Manchester City for dropping by with the beautiful Premier League trophy.
11/4/202241 minutes, 22 seconds
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385: Drama in the Champions League, Atlético's new low, big weekend in the Premier League

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena-Jordan. The Champions League group stage concluded in dramatic fashion this week, with Groups D and H providing particularly good entertainment. But it was another dark night for Atlético Madrid as they were dumped out of Europe altogether on Tuesday. Is Diego Simeone under pressure yet and if not, why not? Carlo Ancelotti is the Don of Europe, Olivier Giroud is Mr Big Occasion and Denis Zakaria has finally arrived at Chelsea. All Champions League bases were covered this week. Then there's some chat about Julen Lopetegui's Wolves U-Turn and Lionel Messi's future before looking ahead to a Super Sunday in the Premier League.
11/3/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 7 seconds
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384: Liverpool's crisis deepens, drama in LaLiga, Champions League crunch time

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Liverpool's defeat to Leeds suggests their poor run is more than just a blip. Could this be the beginning of the end of Jürgen Klopp's time at the club? Elsewhere in the Premier League, Chelsea boss Graham Potter endured an unhappy return to Brighton, Tottenham came from behind to beat Bournemouth, and Matt was on hand to witness a great game between Manchester United and West Ham at Old Trafford. It was also an interesting weekend in LaLiga with late drama costing both Real Madrid and Atlético points, and making the title race very interesting. Then it's time to look ahead to a decisive round of action in the Champions League before finishing with an interesting question about Lionel Messi's future.
10/31/202254 minutes, 57 seconds
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383: Stamford Bridge stalemate, Sevilla's struggles, a trip to Florence

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Saturday's big match at Stamford Bridge finished in a 1-1 draw which neither side will have been particularly satisfied with, while Arsenal also dropped points at Southampton. Elsewhere in the Premier League, Aston Villa got a new manager bounce without even hiring a new manager, which might just give struggling Leeds United food for thought. Over in Spain, Sevilla have already changed managers but Jorge Sampaoli's return to the club hasn't quite had the desired effect yet, and Matt has some interesting tales from his trip to Florence to share with the podcast.
10/24/202242 minutes, 14 seconds
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382: Ronaldo's tantrum, Kepa's comeback, Super League returns

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. It has been a big mid-week in the Premier League with Manchester United's victory over Tottenham the biggest talking point. Was this United's best performance under Erik ten Hag so far? Why do Spurs struggle against the top teams? And how embarrassed should Cristiano Ronaldo be after he stormed off in a huff? Elsewhere, Kepa Arrizabalaga and Miguel Almirón are both in great form, while there has been some interesting speculation about the managerial situations at Aston Villa and Wolves this week. This week has also seen reports of a possible Super League revival. Is there any chance it could happen? And would the English clubs get involved again? There are also some great listener questions to get stuck into, and Dan and Matt swap travel stories.
10/20/202256 minutes, 6 seconds
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381: Great week for Benzema and Real Madrid, Liverpool sink City

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. Karim Benzema got his hands on the 2022 Ballon d'Or on Monday night, capping off a great weekend for him and Real Madrid. Did he deserve the Ballon d'Or, and is football way too obsessed with individual awards? Speaking of El Clásico, what does that result mean for Barcelona's chances of having a successful season? Is Xavi under pressure to deliver already? Over in the Premier League, Liverpool emerged victorious from their clash with Manchester City. How did they stop Erling Haaland, and were they fortunate to get a big VAR call in their favour? There's also time to debate Arsenal's title chances, Manchester United's lack of influence when it comes to referees, and João Félix's disappointing stint at Atlético Madrid.
10/18/202241 minutes, 15 seconds
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380: Barça on the brink, Mo gets his mojo back, El Clásico next

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Barcelona's 3-3 draw with Inter leaves them on the verge of Champions League elimination at the group stage for the second year running. How much of a catastrophe would that be and who is to blame? Liverpool got a much-needed confidence boost with Mo Salah netting a record-breaking hat-trick against Rangers, while Juventus suffered a chastening defeat at the hands of Maccabi Haifa leaving Max Allegri in an untenable position ... or is he? There was plenty else going on in the Champions League to talk about, as well as two massive games coming our way from LaLiga and the Premier League this weekend.
10/13/20221 hour, 7 minutes, 43 seconds
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379: Arsenal's minerals, Bayern's lack thereof, Napoli for the UCL?

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Alex Mott. After Arsenal passed their biggest test of the so far, must we now consider them Manchester City's closest title challengers? Elsewhere in the Premier League, Newcastle are on the right track one year on from their big takeover, while Aston Villa appear to going off the rails under Steven Gerrard. There was a huge game in the Bundesliga at the weekend as Borussia Dortmund fought back to earn a big point against Bayern Munich, while Xabi Alonso made a fine start to his tenure as Bayer Leverkusen. While in Italy, Napoli are in fine form heading into another interesting round of Champions League fixtures.
10/11/202243 minutes, 10 seconds
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378: Serie A podcast: Napoli deep dive, Kvaradona & Ajax demolition

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Adam Digby. After Napoli beat Ajax 6-1 in the midweek round of the Champions League, it's time to look into how they've blown away all the doom and gloom after they sold off club legends Kalidou Koulibaly, Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens in the summer. Doing well in both European action and sitting top of the tree in Serie A, Napoli have put together a real strong side in all departments, and boss Luciano Spalletti is letting them play with attacking freedom. That's largely thanks to Sporting Director Cristiano Giuntoli, who has discovered Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and South Korean defender Kim Min-jae. Ending as usual with a trivia question, which of course is also Napoli themed and a nod to the retiring Gonzalo Higuain.
10/7/202241 minutes, 59 seconds
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377: Haaland hits INSANE records, Arsenal are the real deal, Barcelona return to the top plus a Champions League preview

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Padraig Whelan. Erling Haaland continues his amazing run of form with a Manchester Derby hat-trick to set records tumbling. Arsenal take control of the league table with yet another home win in the North London derby, Barcelona end a two year absence at the top plus the guys preview some of the biggest games in the Champions League this week!
10/3/202243 minutes, 35 seconds
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376: Maguire's misfortune, Portugal's pain and derby weekend in the Premier League

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Thomas Stockting. Club football is back this weekend but before looking ahead to that, the gang reflect on the biggest talking points from this week's international fixtures. What did we learn about England and Germany in their 3-3 draw? And is it time to feel sorry for the beleaguered Harry Maguire? Elsewhere, Portugal appear to be wasting one of the most talented generations ever, Brazil and Argentina are in red hot form, and in terms of optimism heading into the World Cup, the United States and Canada could hardly be further apart. Then it's time to turn attention to the Premier League, specifically the north London and Manchester derbies. How is Arsenal v Spurs likely to play out? And how should Manchester United approach their trip to the Etihad?
9/29/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 42 seconds
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375: England relegated, Cantona for president and the GOAT video games

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. England’s defeat to Italy on Friday confirmed their relegation from Uefa Nations League A. What is going wrong? Is it time for Gareth Southgate to go? And if so, who should take over? Elsewhere, Phil Foden is poised to sign a new Manchester City contract, while Eric Cantona has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United. And most importantly of all, the new FIFA game is out this week. Is it going to be good? And what is the best football video game of all-time?
9/26/202250 minutes, 51 seconds
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374: Serie A podcast: Atalanta deep dive, Serie A femminile & Italy national team

On this episode of the One Football podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Conor Clancy. Atalanta are currently joint-top of Serie A, so what better time to look at what's made them so successful in recent years, why they might have changed their ultra-attacking approach recently and what's in store for them in the future. Both Juventus and Roma are doing well in the Women's Champions League, which gives a perfect opportunity to discuss where Italy as a country is up to with the women's game. With another defeat to lowly Monza, Juventus are once again on the agenda, and finally Italy's national team has failed to qualify for the World Cup after their Euro 2020 success. What's up with them? Finishing as always with an Atalanta-themed look at whether Conor prefers Luis Muriel or Duván Zapata and a tricky trivia question thrown in too.  
9/23/202256 minutes, 45 seconds
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373: Two months to go until the World Cup, so how do we feel about it?

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. There are just under two months to go until the World Cup kicks off. Is it a time for excitement or conflicting emotions? There's also some intriguing international fixtures to look forward to this weekend, as well as some interesting stories from the world of club football to chew on. And in a podcast that feels a bit like the last day of school term, the panel finish off with some fun and games.
9/22/202255 minutes, 4 seconds
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372: Arsenal's evolution, Rodgers sweating and refs gone wild

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Alex Mott. After Arsenal laid their Brentford demons to rest on Sunday, are we looking at genuine title contenders or not? Heung-min Son broke his duck with a stunning hat-trick in Tottenham's demolition of Leicester, but Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers is under huge pressure. The fraud-o-meter is well and truly out of storage. Elsewhere in Europe, PSV and Feyenoord played out a seven-goal thriller in the Eredivisie, which gives the guys opportunity to wax lyrical about Cody Gakpo and Xavi Simons. It was also a crazy weekend of results in Serie A, and there were some bafflingly fast red cards in France in Turkey.
9/19/202235 minutes, 36 seconds
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371: Serie A podcast: Juve deep dive, Napoli flying, Milan & Inter UCL wins

On this episode of the One Football podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Serie A writer Adam Digby. Juventus continue to struggle after a 2-1 defeat to Benfica in the Champions League, with some fans calling for boss Max Allegri to be fired. Why did Juve bring him back for a second spell in the first place? And what are the problems now? With Juve down in the dumps, who is the favourite to win the Scudetto this season? Moving onto the UCL, Napoli are flying with a 3-0 win away at Rangers in midweek, but considering Luciano Spalletti's past form, can they sustain their early season brilliance? Both Milan clubs won in midweek, but the two bosses are in very different situations with Simone Inzaghi under pressure at Inter and Stefano Pioli comfortable in his position with the Rossoneri after winning the league last year and the stellar form of Rafael Leão.  We finish, as always, with a trivia question and by asking who was better: Zinedine Zidane or Andrea Pirlo?
9/16/202255 minutes, 52 seconds
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370: Bayern burst Barça's bubble and more UCL chat, plus Premier League All-Stars

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Chloe Beresford. It has been another interesting week of Champions League action, with Bayern Munich winning their reunion with Robert Lewandowski, Liverpool getting a much-needed win, Erling Haaland defying physics and much, much more. The gang discuss all of that before turning their attention to Todd Boehly's controversial Premier League All-Star game. Would it be a good idea? And how would it work?
9/15/202255 minutes, 48 seconds
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369: Messi's new role, Real Madrid's secret weapon, Potter's delayed start

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. The Premier League may have been cancelled this weekend but there was plenty going on in the football world. Lionel Messi and Neymar combined beautifully in PSG's win over Brest, Real Madrid and Barcelona are both in excellent form in LaLiga, and there's another round of Champions League fixtures to look forward to this week. All of that and more is discussed here.
9/12/202241 minutes, 31 seconds
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368: Serie A Podcast: Roma in crisis? Juve still struggling, Napoli on fire

On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, Chloe Beresford is joined by Pádraig Whelan. Roma were given a huge build-up after winning the Uefa Conference League at the end of last season, selling record season tickets and signing Paulo Dybala. Yet after a good start, they've lost 4-0 to Udinese followed by a midweek Europa League defeat to Ludogorets. Is this a crisis for José Mourinho? Next up is Napoli's superb Champions League performance versus Liverpool, Juve's stale display versus PSG and Milan and Inter's fortunes in the competition. Finally, we discuss whether Daniele De Rossi was better than Roy Keane, and finish with a bit of trivia.
9/9/202239 minutes, 57 seconds
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367: Tuchel out, Potter in at Chelsea, Liverpool in big trouble and everything UCL

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Thomas Stockting. There's really only one place to start after Chelsea gave Thomas Tuchel his marching orders this week and brought in Graham Potter. Did Tuchel deserve the sack? And how much of a gamble is the Potter appointment? Next on the agenda is Liverpool's woes after Wednesday night's humbling defeat in Naples. How can Jürgen Klopp arrest the decline? And do we need to talk about Trent? After that the gang run the rule over all the big talking points from the Champions League this week, before looking ahead to the Europa League, the return of the Women's Super League and a big match in the Premier League.
9/8/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 44 seconds
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366: Man Utd roar back, the VAR nadir and the UCL is here again

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The big match up for discussion is Manchester United's 3-1 win over Arsenal. How has Erik ten Hag turned United around so quickly? And should Arsenal be concerned or encouraged by their performance? It was also another weekend of VAR madness in the Premier League which begs the question: Would football simply be better off without it? There's time for a Bundesliga update before the panel look ahead to the Champions League, with some blockbuster clashes and plenty of intrigue to look forward to in this week's group stage fixtures.
9/5/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 20 seconds
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365: Serie A podcast: Inter's ambitious target, José's reunion with Juve, and is Pioli feeling the pressure at Milan?

On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, host Chloe Beresford is joined by Padraig Whelan.  Inter, Roma and Napoli the only sides left with a 100% record it too early to say they are the frontrunners? Is a 100 goal target too ambitious for Inter? What do Roma need to do to improve in front of goal? Then it's time for a chat about the problems at Juventus and what the management need to do about it. There's also time for a bit of nostalgia and a difficult trivia question too.
8/26/202250 minutes, 22 seconds
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364: Arsenal in dreamland, Newcastle impress, the case for and against Casemiro

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Chloe Beresford. After nominating their favourite matches of the weekend, the panel get stuck into Sunday’s pulsating clash from St James’ Park which of course finished Newcastle 3-3 Manchester City. Then it’s time for a look at Chelsea’s collapse at Leeds and Arsenal’s dream start to the season, before running the rule over three clubs who have made worrying starts to the new Premier League season. There’s also time for some transfer chat, Robert Lewandowski’s Barcelona goals target and more.
8/22/202258 minutes, 15 seconds
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363: Serie A podcast: Winners and losers in the transfer window

On this episode of the OneFootball podcast, host Chloe Beresford is joined by Padraig Whelan. Kicking off with some chat about how the panel first got into watching Italian football. Moving onto the winners and losers in the transfer window. Have Milan done enough to retain their crown? And is Juve's squad now sufficient to return to prominence? Napoli have lost all their leaders, and it'll be interesting to see how they recover. There's also a couple of quick-fire questions to finish off as the panel ponder who was better, original Ronaldo or Gabriel Batistuta?
8/19/202243 minutes, 57 seconds
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362: Liverpool in crisis, Ronaldo in limbo, beef at PSG

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. After a stalling start to the season, are Liverpool in crisis or does everybody need to calm the heck down? Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo can't leave Manchester United for love nor money, while United are trying to buy just about any player who isn't nailed down. There's also trouble in Paris-dise after Kylian Mbappé got the hump with Neymar at the weekend, and the panel ponder whether the Bundesliga really does need an end-of-season play-off to spice things up.
8/18/20221 hour, 1 minute, 52 seconds
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361: Derby argy bargy, Man Utd's new low, Jesus has risen, a Bundesliga barnstormer

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose. Tempers flared at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as Tottenham nicked a point away at Chelsea, while Manchester United appear to have sunk to a whole new low in their 4-0 defeat at Brentford. There was a brilliant game in the Bundesliga involving two of the league's lesser lights, and Gabriel Jesus has made a dream start to his Arsenal career. And there's also time to discuss refereeing conspiracy theories.
8/15/202252 minutes, 48 seconds
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360: Real Madrid win the Super Cup, Serie A is back and a London derby preview

The first European silverware of the season has been dished out, two big leagues are on their way back, and Tottenham are taking it to the Bridge this weekend. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, host Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena Jordan. Real Madrid won the Super Cup but is it a genuine trophy? And how will they fare in LaLiga this season? Can Barcelona challenge them with those pesky financial restrictions? Serie A is also kicking off this weekend. Will Milan retain the Scudetto or will Inter, Juventus or even Roma snatch it from them? And in the Premier League there's a huge London derby on Sunday as Tottenham travel to Chelsea looking to banish their Stamford Bridge hoodoo. There's also time for some transfer chat, and a discussion on the most overrated and underrated things about football.
8/11/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 24 seconds
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359: Haaland's dazzling debut, Messi magic, blistering Bayern and transfer chat

The 2022/23 season is up and running and what an interesting opening weekend it was in the Premier League, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1. Joining host Matt Frohlich to discuss it all is Dan Burke and Pádraig Whelan. Did Erling Haaland's debut suggest Manchester City are going to be significantly better than they already were? And is it too early for Manchester United to be pushing the panic button? What did Bayern Munich's blistering victory over Eintracht Frankfurt say about their chances this season. No Robert Lewandowski, no problem? Over in France, PSG made a strong start to their season with a Lionel Messi bicycle kick putting the icing on the cake. Is the trouble in Paris-dise over and could Christophe Galtier's side achieve their wildest dreams this season? And there's also time for some transfer chat and a discussion on the confusing financial situation at Barcelona.
8/8/202248 minutes, 13 seconds
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358: Season preview: The Premier League and Bundesliga is back!

A brilliant summer is about to make way for the return of the club football season, and the OneFootball Podcast team are here to look ahead to the two campaigns getting under way this weekend. Joining host Dan Burke is Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Can Liverpool or anybody else stop Manchester City winning the Premier League title again this season? How are the rest of the top four shaping up? Who will be the surprise package? Who might get sucked into a relegation battle? All of those questions - and more - are discussed here. And there's also time for some Bundesliga chat too. Will Bayern Munich make it 11 titles in a row even without Robert Lewandowski, or will Borussia Dortmund give them a run for their money?
8/4/20221 hour, 8 minutes, 38 seconds
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357: Euro 2022: And then there were eight

Group stage highlights and quarter-final previews! Nancy Gillen joins Lewis Ambrose to chat Euro 2022, leaving England-Spain until last in case you're listening after that one ...
7/20/202239 minutes, 42 seconds
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356: Euro 2022: Have three favourites emerged?

England, France, Germany? Jessy Parker-Humphreys and Annika Becker join Lewis Ambrose to dissect Euro 2022 so far at the halfway point of the group stage
7/13/202251 minutes, 10 seconds
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355: Euro 2022: Miedema, France, Italian dark stallions?

This time Christine Cupo of CBS Sports joins Lewis Ambrose to run through Group C and Group D before Euro 2022 kicks off!
7/5/202239 minutes, 1 second
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354: Euro 2022: England, Hegerberg, and B the Group of Death?

We are back and Alejandro Diago González joins Lewis Ambrose to run through Group A and Group B as we close in on Euro 2022!
7/4/202233 minutes, 54 seconds
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353: END OF SEASON REVIEW: Man City champions on a dramatic final day, Spurs clinch 4th, Burnley go down & MORE!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Lewis Ambrose and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today the team look through the dramatic final day of the Premier League season that saw Man City crowned champions, Spurs take Champions League football and Burnley face the drop!
5/23/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 1 second
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352: Title race goes to the final day, Arsenal capitulate, who will survive?

It's the penultimate Premier League Podcast of the season and host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke to reflect on an interesting round of results. Liverpool's win at Southampton means the title race will go down to the final day. Can Manchester City hold their nerve or will Steven Gerrard do his old club a huge favour? The top four race is all-but-decided after Arsenal's disappointing capitulation at Newcastle, but wouldn't it be the most Spurs thing ever if they messed up on Norwich on the final day? And the relegation battle will also go down to wire with Everton, Burnley and Leeds all still in danger. What a treat for your ears.
5/18/202240 minutes, 31 seconds
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351: WSL final day and season review! Kerr shines, Viv stays & our awards

Nancy Gillen of Give Me Sport and Drew Diamond from Her Football Hub join Lewis Ambrose to chat last day drama and have a big look back over the entire 2021/22 campaign.
5/11/202259 minutes, 3 seconds
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350: Haaland close to City switch, Klopp loses his cool, more Man Utd misery

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Podcast host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke. It’s a packed show with 10 matches to discuss, including Tottenham’s counter-attacking at Anfield which wound Jürgen Klopp up, arguably the worst Manchester United performance of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, and Manchester City’s 5-0 thumping of Newcastle. Matt and Dan also take the time to ponder what Erling Haaland’s move to City will mean for the Premier League, and who the contenders should be for Manager of the Year and Signing of the Season.
5/9/202255 minutes, 41 seconds
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349: WSL deciders! Coventry escape! And who will win the UWCL?

This week Lewis Ambrose is joined by Jessy Parker-Humphreys to preview the final weekend of the WSL season, talk Coventry United's incredible escape, and ask whether Lyon can challenge Barcelona in the UWCL final
5/6/202240 minutes, 47 seconds
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348: Man City's dream crushed by the magic of the Bernabéu, LFC march on

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and Daniel Cadena Jordan. And what else could possibly be on the agenda but this week's stunning Champions League action? Shellshocked Manchester City fan Dan is still trying to wrap his head around what happened at the Bernabéu, but luckily Joel and Dani help him make sense of it all. Hint: there's magic involved. Then the gang look back at Tuesday night's semi-final between Liverpool and Villarreal and assess the Reds' quadruple chances. There's also time to look ahead to the final. Is it written in the stars for Real Madrid, or should Liverpool be considered the favourites?
5/5/202249 minutes, 11 seconds
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347: Everton back in business, Arsenal are in control & Why players won't join Norwich!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Lewis Ambrose and Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode includes Everton's fight for survival with the victory over Chelsea, why Arsenal are hoping to be more like Liverpool, whether Norwich have an identity crisis plus MORE!
5/2/202246 minutes, 29 seconds
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346: UWCL semi-finals and a look at German football

Lewis Ambrose is joined by Annika Becker to discuss the first legs of the UWCL semi-finals, a refresh at VfL Wolfsburg, and where German football can improve
4/26/202237 minutes, 14 seconds
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345: Were Everton robbed v Liverpool? Conte to swap with Poch? Newcastle's title say!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guest Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode includes the controversy around Liverpool’s derby victory over Everton, how Arsenal have turned it around and whether Conte and Pochettino swapping roles is a good move!
4/25/202249 minutes, 25 seconds
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344: Real Madrid close in on glory and can José shake up the Scudetto race?

This episode of the European Tour podcast is a two-parter. In part one, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray to talk all things LaLiga. With the title almost sewn up, can Real Madrid go for the double? What do Barcelona need to do to challenge them next year? Who will win the Copa del Rey? And how is the relegation battle shaping up? Then in part two, Dan is joined by Andrea Agostinelli to delve into the world of Serie A. How are the Milan clubs looking? What does the future hold for Lautaro Martínez? Can Napoli challenge for the Scudetto? And will José Mourinho's Roma cause an upset on his return to Inter this weekend?
4/22/202240 minutes, 7 seconds
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343: Should Rashford leave Man United? Is Liverpool's quadruple on? Guardiola to join Burnley?!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Joel Sanderson-Murray and Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode includes Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick and Rashford's future at Man United, how Graham Potter is masterminding brilliant victories, the chances of Liverpool pulling off the quadruple plus plenty more!
4/19/202255 minutes, 58 seconds
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342: Mayhem in Madrid, madness in Munich, farce in Barcelona and more!

The OneFootball European Tour podcast is back and what a time to be alive. Joining Dan Burke to recap a memorable week of European football are Daniel Cadena Jordan and Joel Sanderson-Murray. If you thought Tuesday’s madness in the Bernabéu was as eventful as things were going to get, you were wrong. Bayern Munich were sensationally dumped out of the Champions League by Villarreal, there was war at the Wanda Metropolitano, and an eventful week in the Europa League as Barcelona crashed out and West Ham marched on. And we even had time to squeeze in some chat about the hipster’s favourite European competition, the Conference League.
4/15/202255 minutes, 52 seconds
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341: Was Man City v Liverpool the PERFECT football match? Are Spurs in the Top 4 driving seat & Beckham Jr is at it again!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich alongside guests Padraig Whelan and Joel Sanderson-Murray for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode includes the fallout of Man City's 2-2 draw with Liverpool, how Spurs took advantage in the race for Champions League football, how David Beckham's son is following in his fathers footsteps plus more!
4/11/202259 minutes, 35 seconds
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340: Sterling better than Salah?! Can Spurs make Top 4? Is Rice worth £100 million?

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich with guests Dan Burke and Alex Mott for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode includes Tottenham’s turn around in fortunes, why Liverpool and City are a cut above the rest, how much West Ham could realistically get for Rice, plus much more!
4/4/202253 minutes, 12 seconds
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339: FA Cup heats up, the top four race and welcome to squeaky bum time

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League podcast, Dan Burke steps in for Matt Frohlich and is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. The four FA Cup semi-finalists have been decided and it is officially squeaky bum time in the hunt for silverware. There were also big wins for Arsenal and Tottenham in the race for top four, a thrilling Leeds comeback and another bad day for Everton. All that - and much more - is discussed here.
3/22/202257 minutes, 38 seconds
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338: Glory for perfect Barça, late goals and sanctions for Chelsea

This week we are joined by Alex Ibaceta and Jessy Parker Humphreys to discuss Barcelona clinching the league title in Spain, before tackling the Manchester clubs and Chelsea's late winner after a week of off-field drama for the Blues.
3/15/202246 minutes, 12 seconds
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337: Cristiano's Man United dilemma, Mo Salah's Liverpool future & Football's wildest conspiracies!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guests Dan Burke and Padraig Whelan for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode covers Cristiano Ronaldo's impact at Man United, Mo Salah's future at Liverpool, whether Everton are 'too good to go down,' Premier League conspiracy theories plus much more!
3/14/202254 minutes, 9 seconds
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336: Brilliant Benzema bumps PSG out as Liverpool, City and Bayern march on

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It's a Champions League special this week with the main topic of discussion being Wednesday night's sensational match at the Bernabéu. Do Real Madrid have what it takes to lift the Champions League again this season? And what does the manner of this defeat mean for the future of PSG's lavishly funded project? There's also some chat about the three other fixtures which took place this week, as well as some immediate reaction to the sanctions against Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
3/10/202252 minutes, 41 seconds
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335: Silverware for Man City, Lionesses chat and the re-rise of Wolfsburg

The women's football podcast is back, with the Continental Cup, the WSL and the England team on the agenda with Georgia Goulding before Helene Sophie Altgelt joins us to chat all things Germany
3/9/202253 minutes, 50 seconds
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334: De Bruyne's masterclass sinks Man United, Coutinho's PL future + what the 2024 Champions League will look like!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guests Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode sees the lads discuss Man City’s astonishingly good 4-1 victory over Man United, why Coutinho’s future lies at Aston Villa, the future of the Champions League plus much more!
3/7/202250 minutes, 48 seconds
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333: El Gran Derbi, Leverkusen's cheat code and Pino's poker

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Daniel Cadena Jordan. On the menu are all the big talking points from the Bundesliga and LaLiga this week, such as Bayer Leverkusen's excellent form, Borussia Dortmund's woes, a fiesty derby between Sevilla and Real Betis, Yeremy Pino's four-goal-haul for Villarreal and more!
3/2/202251 minutes, 32 seconds
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332: Liverpool's cup record, Man City's lucky VAR escape + the relegation candidates!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guests Dan Burke and Alex Mott for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode looks at Liverpool’s cup final victory over Chelsea, Manchester City’s lucky escape at Everton, Leeds new manager plus much more!
2/28/202254 minutes, 52 seconds
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331: The title race is BACK ON, Lukaku sets unwanted record, the race for top 4 continues & MORE!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guests Dan Burke and Alex Mott for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode covers Harry Kane and Spurs’ masterclass at Man City, Liverpool surge for the title, an unwanted record for Romelu Lukaku plus much more!
2/21/202257 minutes, 52 seconds
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330: Mbappé mania and statement victories as European football returns

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The gang run the rule over the glorious return of European football, with the biggest talking points from this week's Champions League, Europa League and Conference League action all on the agenda. Is Kylian Mbappé the best player in Europe? Can Liverpool win the Champions League and catch Manchester City in the Premier League? And how has the death of the away goals rule affected European competition? All those questions - and many more! - are discussed here.
2/18/202257 minutes, 41 seconds
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329: The WSL title race and the perfect England XI

With Chelsea-Arsenal and an England squad to dissect, Jessy Parker Humphreys is the perfect guest for this week's women's football podcast
2/15/202249 minutes, 54 seconds
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328: Spurs' poor form continues, the future of PSG and the CRAZIEST game of football this year!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guests Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode covers Spurs' poor turn in form, Kieran Trippier's heroics for Newcastle, Sterling's fine form for City, what the future holds for PSG in the Champions League, a ridiculous story from Portugal PLUS MORE!
2/14/202254 minutes, 8 seconds
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327: Barça are back, how to fix the Bundesliga and Senegal's AFCON triumph

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by a variety of guests to discuss the biggest talking points from Europe (and Africa!) this week. Jibril Diop gives the lowdown on Senegal's long-awaited first triumph in the Africa Cup of Nations. Then Helge Wohltmann joins to talk about the broken Bundesliga, and why the 2. Bundesliga might just be the best league in the world. Before Manuel Domínguez hops aboard to discuss Barcelona's amazing victory over Atlético Madrid and plenty more LaLiga topics.
2/11/20221 hour, 11 minutes, 8 seconds
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326: Australia at a crossroads with the World Cup approaching

We whizz through the latest WSL weekend before Samantha Lewis joins us from Down Under to chat Australian disappointment at the Asian Cup
2/8/202246 minutes, 32 seconds
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325: Boreham Wood's FA Cup HEROICS, Salah's AFCON penalty drama, West Ham's late escape, & more!

Join OneFootball host Matt Frohlich and guest Dan Burke for the latest episode of the Premier League Podcast! Today’s episode sees an FA Cup giant killing from Borehamwood, Chelsea and West Ham squeeze into the next round plus a look back on the AFCON Final penalty drama!
2/7/202255 minutes, 48 seconds
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324: Transfer podcast: Dele to Everton, Auba at Barça and Spurs' new duo!

To discuss all the goings on from transfer deadline day and the January window, host Matt Frohlich is joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. The lads talk through Dele Alli's move to Everton, how Spurs's new signings fit in, what Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leaves behind at Arsenal and the first ever LOAN deal!
2/1/202248 minutes, 22 seconds
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323: Vlahović moves to Juve, crazy comebacks in LaLiga, analysing Rose's BVB

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by a variety of guests to discuss the biggest talking points on the continent this week. Lewis Ambrose analyses Borussia Dortmund's undeserved victory over TSG Hoffenheim, Niklas Süle's Bayern Munich contract stand-off, Max Eberl's departure from Borussia Mönchengladbach and more Bundesliga topics. Then Nahuel Miranda discusses Atlético Madrid's dramatic comeback against Valencia, Sevilla's title chances, Real Betis's fairytale, Adama Traoré to Barcelona and plenty more LaLiga talking points. Before Francesco Porzio rounds off the show to give the lowdown on Mario Balotelli's shock return to the Italian national team, Dušan Vlahović's move to Juventus, Inter's evolution under Simone Inzaghi and everything else from the world of Serie A.
1/28/20221 hour, 10 minutes, 29 seconds
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322: WSL title race trio, Jill Scott's move, Barça win Supercopa and Torrecilla's return

This week Lewis Ambrose is joined by Nancy Gillen to chat WSL latest and Jill Scott's move to Aston Villa, and then Alejandro Gonzalez to run us through the Spanish Supercopa, Barcelona's most underrated player, and the wonderful return of Virginia Torrecilla.
1/26/202230 minutes, 39 seconds
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321: Chelsea are kings of London, Man United leave it late, Tammy tears up Serie A plus the footballer who couldn't go to space?!

Join host Matt Frohlich on this week's episode of the OneFootball Premier League podcast as, alongside guests Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose, the discussions involve Spurs' predictability in London Derbies, transfer gossip as we head into the last week of the transfer window, an Englishman abroad plus much, much more!
1/24/20221 hour, 13 minutes, 21 seconds
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320: Berlin derby, Ligue 1 lowdown, Scottish fitba and a twist in the Scudetto race

On this episode of the OneFootball European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by a variety of guests to discuss the biggest talking points on the continent this week. Lucas Hybord explains why Lionel Messi and Mauricio Pochettino have underwhelmed so far at PSG and also gives the lowdown on some of the hottest properties in Ligue 1 this season. Then Pádraig Whelan joins to discuss his love for Torino, the managerial merry-go-round in Serie A and the race for the Scudetto, before giving us an update on the fight for Scottish Premiership supremacy between Celtic and Rangers. And finally, Jan Schulz jumps aboard the tour bus to reflect on Wednesday's Berlin derby in the DFB Pokal, Erling Haaland's Borussia Dortmund future and plenty more Bundesliga topics.
1/21/20221 hour, 15 minutes, 3 seconds
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319: FIFA's The Best, Arsenal crisis, 85,000 at Camp Nou and a dramatic transfer

The OneFootball podcast is back with our first look at women's football in 2022. Lewis Ambrose is joined by Jessy Parker Humphries and Alex Ibaceta to discuss FIFA's The Best Awards, the WSL latest and a sold out Camp Nou before Jacopo Piotto joins us to explain a huge exit at Milan.
1/20/202256 minutes, 34 seconds
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318: Man City win the title already, The CORRECT North London Derby decision & transfer gossip galore!

Join host Matt Frohlich on our OneFootball Premier League podcast as Joel Sanderson-Murray & Lewis Ambrose are on to discuss just how close Man City are to winning the title, why the North London derby was correctly called off and how Burnley could make the most Burnley signing ever!
1/17/20221 hour, 13 minutes, 28 seconds
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317: Brand spanking new European Tour podcast!

On the first episode of the rebooted European Tour podcast, Dan Burke is joined by a host of guest from the OneFootball newsroom. Antonia Hennigs and Dominik Berger run through the biggest talking points from the first Bundesliga matchday of 2022. Is the title race back on after Bayern Munich's slip-up against Gladbach? And how is the fascinating race for European football shaping up? Then it's over to Italy, where Davide Zanelli and Mario De Zanet discuss this week's dramatic Supercoppa Italiana and the latest news from Serie A, including José Mourinho's latest meltdown and the brilliance of league leaders Inter. Finally we stop off in Spain/Saudi Arabia, where the entertaining semi-finals of the Supercopa de España took place this week. Manu Dominguez and Daniel Cadena Jordan explain how Real Madrid and Barcelona are shaping up, before diving into the LaLiga relegation battle.
1/14/20221 hour, 12 minutes, 2 seconds
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316: Arsenal & Newcastle shocked in FA Cup 3rd round, Ndombele's time at Spurs might be up plus the latest transfer gossip!

Our Premier League Podcast this week sees host Matt Frohlich joined by Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray as they reflect on the weekends giant killings in the FA Cup 3rd round, pick out the best bits of transfer gossip and try to get to grips with Allan Saint-Maximin's new card game!
1/10/202258 minutes, 32 seconds
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315: Christmas special Premier League half-season review podcast

It's the final Premier League Weekend Review Podcast of 2021 and Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray. With the season at the half-way point (sort of) we run through all 20 teams to discuss how the season has gone so far, and what the future might hold. Be sure to listen to the very end for a special announcement.
12/21/202158 minutes, 18 seconds
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314: Chelsea stumble, the Rangnick revolution, Arsenal's woes and VAR pain

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. It was another fascinating weekend of action in the Premier League with Chelsea being shocked at West Ham, Ralf Rangnick making a winning start as Manchester United boss, Liverpool netting a dramatic winner and Newcastle finally got their first victory of the season. All that - and much more - is discussed here.
12/7/20211 hour, 25 seconds
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313: Ballon d'Or reaction, White makes history and FA Cup final preview!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond. First up and the panel react to Barcelona's Alexia Putellas winning the 2021 Ballon d'Or and go on to discuss her nation's international form and whether they have what it takes to compete for the trophy at the European Championships next year. Meanwhile after Ellen White and England made history, has this been a perfect end to 2021 for the nation? With Sarina Weigman at the helm is there room for improvement, or is this team ready for next year's challenges? The panel also discuss the upcoming FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal, and who we think will be taking home the piece of silverware. Elsewhere and there are some big games taking place across Europe such as the Derby della Madonnina, and with Real Madrid appointing a new manager in Alberto Toril, could this be the turning point for Real Madrid in the Primera División?
12/2/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 54 seconds
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312: Rangnick arrives, the title race heats up and the yellow ball debacle

It was another intriguing weekend of Premier League action and to discuss it all on this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and Angelina Kelly. Ralf Rangnick has arrived at Manchester United, Chelsea are just about clinging to top spot with Manchester City and Liverpool breathing down their necks, Rafa Benítez is under pressure at Everton and is it time to ask serious questions about the yellow winter ball? All that - and much more - is discussed here.
11/29/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 5 seconds
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311: Hegerberg is back, WSL latest and FIFA The Best predictions!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Aaron Hindhaugh. First up and the panel discuss the latest from the Women's Super League including Tottenham Hotspur's run of good form, Manchester City's struggle to find consistency and the sacking of Scott Booth at Birmingham City. Meanwhile, in France Lyon got an important win over PSG with Ada Hegerberg on the scoresheet twice. With their star player back as they sit at the top of the Division 1 Féminine, will Lyon reclaim their trophy this season? The panel also chat about the recent Champions League results including Real Madrid's double defeat at the hands of PSG, Bayern Munich's win over Lyon and if Juventus could be dark horses of the competition. And finally, with the nominees for FIFA's The Best award, the panel look at who could take home the awards from women's football.
11/25/202153 minutes, 52 seconds
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310: Farewell Ole, welcome back Stevie, Conte’s first win and goals aplenty

The Premier League is back with a bang, and so is the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast. On this episode, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott to discuss a dramatic and eventful weekend. Watford’s thrashing of Manchester United was the final nail in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coffin while there were good wins for Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City. Antonio Conte got his first win as Tottenham boss, Steven Gerrard and Dean Smith made winning starts at their new clubs, and there were plenty more talking points from all 10 matches.
11/22/20211 hour, 3 minutes, 23 seconds
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309: City win at OT, Liverpool's run ends and the managerial merry-go-round

After an unexpected two week hiatus, Dan Burke is once again joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray for the Premier League Weekend Review podcast. Manchester City strolled to a victory at Old Trafford in the derby before high-flying West Ham put Liverpool to the sword on Sunday. Arsenal are in top-four form, two managers have been sacked, Antonio Conte is in at Spurs and Eddie Howe is the man tasked with steering moneybags Newcastle away from relegation trouble. All of those topics - and more! - are discussed here.
11/8/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 7 seconds
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308: Mead shines for Arsenal, Bonansea’s big milestone and Euro 2022 latest!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis and Alejandro Diago. First up and the panel dissect the FA Cup semi-final games that saw Chelsea get a 3-0 victory over a Manchester City team with an injury crisis and also Arsenal who celebrated a 3-0 win over Brighton thanks to an in-form Beth Mead. Elsewhere in England the panel discuss the appointment of Jean-Luc Vasseur at Everton and whether he will be a success. Meanwhile, in Spain Esther González celebrated finally getting on the scoresheet for Real Madrid as she scored two goals for the club. Does this mean that we are starting to see Real perform to the levels that we know they are capable of reaching? In Italy, Barbara Bonansea celebrated her 100th Juventus appearance with a goal as her side got a 2-1 win over Inter Milan. Bonansea is arguably the key figure in this team, but will she still be in Turin next season? And finally, with the groups for Euro 2022 now announced the panel discuss each group, who they think will qualify and some early predictions for who could be lifting the trophy next summer.
11/3/202153 minutes, 50 seconds
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307: England can't stop scoring, WWCQ latest and farewell Carli Lloyd

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Meg Wilson and Lauren Coffman. First up and the panel discuss the Women's World Cup Qualifiers including England's impressive performances. With two important wins during this international break, the panel discuss Ella Toone who is in fine form, and also the debate around the comments made by Emma Hayes regarding UEFA needing to invest more in smaller nations in order grow the game worldwide. In addition with Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland all in action, how has each nation performed over the last few weeks? Meanwhile as Carli Lloyd played her final international fixture for the USA, the panel discuss whether this is the right time for her to hang up her football boots and what this means for the national team. And finally, over in Australia the Matildas faced Brazil in two very exciting fixtures as the panel discuss the current situation in women's football in Australia and the legend that is Marta who made an appearance for Brazil.
10/27/202156 minutes, 54 seconds
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306: El Clásico preview podcast with Football España

This weekend we’ve got the latest instalment of the biggest rivalry in world football coming our way when Barcelona meet Real Madrid in El Clásico. To preview the game, Dan Burke is joined by Alan Feehely, Feargal Brennan and Jamie Kemble from Football España. How are the two teams shaping up? Which players will have an impact this weekend? And where will the game be won and lost? All those questions – and more! – are answered here.
10/22/202143 minutes, 23 seconds
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305: Ole under pressure, new era at Newcastle, Salah does it again

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Lewis Ambrose. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure after Manchester United’s defeat at Leicester, while Newcastle began their new era in typical Newcastle fashion with a defeat to Spurs. Elsewhere, Mohamed Salah scored another worldie for Liverpool whereas Arsenal's good vibes didn't last very long, did they? As usual, we discussed all 10 matches from the Premier League this weekend.
10/19/202151 minutes, 39 seconds
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304: Dramatic derby draw, Serie A latest and Ballon d’Or predictions

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell and Alejandro Diago. First up and the panel discuss last week's Champions League fixtures including Arsenal's loss to Barcelona and Chelsea's 3-3 draw with Wolfsburg as the panel discuss if Emma Hayes should be concerned about her teams defensive errors. The panel then discuss what was a dramatic derby day in Manchester as Manchester United drew 2-2 with rivals Manchester City. With one manager probably feeling relieved and another one feeling frustrated, what positives can each side take away from the result? Over in Spain and Real Madrid celebrated their first league win and elsewhere Barcelona claimed a 3-0 victory over Atlético Madrid. With the Catalan side still unbeaten, can anybody stop the Primera División champions? Meanwhile in Italy the panel discuss the recent success of Sassuolo in Serie A as thanks to some good football and smart signings they remain unbeaten in the league. And finally, with the Ballon d'Or shortlist announced, the panel discuss who they would like to see win the award, which players are missing from the shortlist and why there was such a lack of player from the USA in the list of nominees.
10/13/202153 minutes, 53 seconds
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303: WSL latest, Real still need a win and the Champions League begins!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Aaron Hindhaugh and Meg Wilson. First up and the panel discuss last weekend’s games from the Women’s Super League, including another win for Arsenal and Spurs as they both sit at the top of the table. In addition with Manchester City having now lost three games in the league, does this team have what it takes to climb back up the table? Over in Spain and Real Madrid are still without a win in the Primera División as the panel discuss whether alarm bells are now officially ringing for the side. Meanwhile in the Frauen-Bundesliga with Wolfsburg having dropped points in their draw with Freiburg, despite it being so early in the season, could the result prove to be costly in the long run? In addition, with the group stage of the Champions League kicking off this week, the panel discuss some of the blockbuster fixtures that await along with some predictions. And finally, with news breaking from the National Women’s Soccer League in the USA regarding misconduct allegations, the panel discusses how the world of football has reacted. Also, with more news regarding a potential biennial World Cup, what implications could this have on the sport?
10/5/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 57 seconds
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302: Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City OneFootball Podcast special

This week on the OneFootball podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and special guest David Mooney. It's a special episode in which the panel reflect on Sunday's enthralling match at Anfield, where Liverpool and Manchester City played out an absorbing 2-2 draw. Is Mohamed Salah the best player in the world right now? Should James Milner have been sent off? And how good is Phil Foden? All of those questions - and more! - are answered here.
10/4/202141 minutes, 10 seconds
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301: Arsenal can’t stop winning, Kirby hits 50 goals and SWPL update

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Give Me Sport Women’s Nancy Gillen. First up and the panel discuss a busy weekend in the Women's Super League. There is reaction to Arsenal's victory over Manchester City which propelled them to the top of the league, Manchester United's disastrous game against Chelsea which saw them lose 6-1 and Tottenham's important win over Reading. Next, and over in the Primera División Real Madrid were without a win over the weekend, meanwhile Barcelona and Atlético Madrid remain unbeaten. As they prepare to face each other in just over one week, could Atlético cause Barça an upset? Elsewhere in the Scottish Women's Premier League history will be made as the biggest ever crowd for a women's club game is set to take place between Hibernian and Hearts at Easter Road, meanwhile Glasgow City are still at the top of the league, proving that despite their managerial change they are still a force to be reckoned with. Finally, with UEFA announcing that the prize money available to teams for the women's European Championship in 2022 has doubled, the panel discuss if this is a change to be celebrated and if the pressure is on for England to deliver as hosts of the tournament.
9/29/202145 minutes, 40 seconds
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300: Arsenal win the NLD, Nuno in hot water, City take it to the Bridge

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. What a big weekend it was with Arsenal piling the pressure on Tottenham in the north London derby, Manchester City winning at Stamford Bridge, Aston Villa stunning Manchester United, and everything in between. As ever, we discussed every game and all the big talking points from Premier League matchday six.
9/28/202155 minutes, 41 seconds
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299: England can’t stop scoring, Laura Coombs interview and WWCQ latest

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub’s Lauren Coffman and Give Me Sport Women’s Olly Roberts. First up and the panel discuss the World Cup 2023 Qualifiers. England simply cannot stop scoring as they begin a new era under manager Sarina Wiegman, Scotland celebrated two impressive wins and with Erin Cuthbert putting on some great performances, could she get more game time with Chelsea? For Northern Ireland things are looking good both on and off the pitch with two wins as the nation are hopeful that the Irish FA will approve equal pay for the international men’s and women’s sides. Meanwhile Wales celebrated two important victories as the panel discuss if Gemma Grainger can take them to the World Cup. Next, and ahead of the weekend's fixtures the panel discuss the Women's Super League as Manchester United prepare to host Chelsea in what must surely be a must-win fixture for the Blues. Meanwhile in London Arsenal will face Manchester City, and should Jonas Eidevall get three points, will Arsenal be favourites to win the league? Elsewhere in Spain Real Madrid face a crucial game against Granadilla Tenerife, PSG will face Paris FC and there are numerous big games taking place in Serie A as the panel question if this season will be more competitive than last. Finally, Angelina spoke exclusively to Manchester City player Laura Coombs who talked about her recent contract extension with the team, why new signing Khadija Shaw will be an asset to the WSL, and why her club have what it takes to compete for the title this season.
9/22/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 7 seconds
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298: Mané hits 100, Man Utd make their own luck and can anyone stop Chelsea?

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Phil Costa. It was another very interesting weekend with Chelsea putting down a marker at Tottenham, Liverpool picking up a solid three points, Manchester United looking like their old selves and Manchester City stumbling at home to Southampton. As ever, we discussed every game and all the big talking points from Premier League matchday five.
9/20/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 41 seconds
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297: Atleti silence Real, Champions League predictions and NWSL update

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Emily Wilson. First up and the panel discuss the Women's Super League including Manchester City's loss to Spurs, whether the Blues can bounce back from the defeat, and if we are finally seeing a new and improved Tottenham team. Next and over in Spain El Derbi Madrileño took place as Atlético Madrid silenced Real Madrid with a 2-0 victory. It hasn't been the best start to the Primera División season for Real Madrid and the panel discuss what the team need to do ahead of their next fixture. In addition, there is discussion over the National Women's Soccer League over in the USA. As Portland Thorns look to give their manager Mark Parsons a good send off by winning the league, will they be able to pull it off? Meanwhile OL Reign managed to take three points from Washington Spirit after the team forfeited the game, and as they sit in second position, could Reign challenge Thorns for the title that they are so desperate to win? Finally, the panel discuss last week's Champions League qualifying games including the Levante and Manchester City's exit, and with the groups for the competition now announced there is also an in-depth look at each group alongside some predictions!
9/15/202145 minutes, 21 seconds
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296: Ronaldo returns and the title race is looking tasty already

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray and Rob Joyce. Cristiano Ronaldo’s triumphant second Manchester United debut grabbed most of the headlines this weekend, but there were also big wins for Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea. Arsenal’s season is finally up and running while Tottenham’s good start hit the buffers at Selhurst Park. And there’s plenty more to discuss as we run through all 10 games in the Premier League this weekend.
9/14/202151 minutes, 51 seconds
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295: Arsenal stun Chelsea, Putellas impresses and England update!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell and Lewis Ambrose. First up and with the return of the Women's Super League the panel discuss Manchester United's great start to their campaign and Manchester City's demolition of Everton. In addition after Arsenal's impressive win over WSL champions Chelsea, there is praise for Beth Mead and discussion about VAR and goal line technology in the league. Next and with Sarina Wiegman having now named her first England squad the panel discuss who they're excited to see perform for the national team and if Wiegman missed out any key players. Over in Spain and the Primera División started over the weekend and it was business as usual for Barcelona with a 5-0 victory over Granadilla Tenerife, with Alexia Putellas on the scoresheet. After being crowned UEFA Women's Player of the Year, is Putellas one of the front runners for the Ballon d'Or Féminin? In addition, the panel discuss the latest games from the Division 1 Féminine in France, including Lyon and PSG's continued dominance, the Frauen-Bundesliga and over in Italy the Serie A Women.
9/8/202149 minutes, 12 seconds
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294: Real impress in UWCL, the WSL is back and can anyone stop Barça?

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond. After the first leg of the Women's Champions League qualifiers, the panel take a look at Arsenal's victory over Slavia Prague and Real Madrid's performance against Manchester City as despite only getting a draw, the Spanish side impressed during their first outing in Europe. With the Women's Super League set to return, the panel discuss all 12 teams, their transfer windows and predict who will be taking home the league title. In addition there is also discussion regarding which teams could be in trouble and who the best transfer of the window will be. Finally, with the Primera División also returning this weekend, there are discussions about the array of attacking talent in the league, who will be the top goalscorer in Spain and if anyone can realistically stop Barcelona.
9/2/202156 minutes, 30 seconds
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293: Spurs are top, Arsenal are bottom and Cristiano Ronaldo is back

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Angelina Kelly. For the first time in top-flight history, Tottenham Hotspur are top of the table at the same time as Arsenal are bottom. There's also the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to discuss, as well as all the big talking points from the weekend's Premier League action.
8/30/202157 minutes, 48 seconds
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292: Thorns win WICC, Bennison heads to the WSL and Real's UWCL test

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago. After Portland Thorns claimed victory over Lyon in the final of the Women's International Champions Cup, Angelina and Alejandro discuss the tournament . Next, with the Women's Champions League qualifiers in full swing, the panel discuss upcoming fixtures such as Levante vs. Lyon and what elimination from the competition would mean for the Spanish team. Also, there is discussion regarding Real Madrid's meeting with Manchester City in what will be Real's first big test in the competition. In addition, there is talk of the latest transfers including Everton's impressive acquisition of Hanna Bennison, one of the brightest young talents on the market currently, and also the announcement that Christen Press will be joining Angel City FC and if the project can be a success. Finally, Angelina catches up with Watford FC player Amber Keegan Stobbs on the upcoming FA Women's Championship season including which teams have impressed her in the transfer window and what fans can expect from her newly promoted side.
8/26/202151 minutes, 35 seconds
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291: Luk who's back, Arsenal in the weeds and all hail Michail

On this episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Lewis Ambrose. And it was another eventful weekend which saw Romelu Lukaku make a blistering return for Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City looking strong, Michail Antonio making West Ham history and much, much more.
8/24/202158 minutes, 18 seconds
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290: Carli Lloyd to retire, WSL transfer news and WICC predictions

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis and Megan Hughes. This week the panel discuss the news that USA international and football legend Carli Lloyd will be retiring later this year. The discussion includes what this means for Team USA, if other players may follow in her footsteps, and what she will be remembered for. Next, there is talk of the Women's Super League and the latest transfer news involving Chelsea's academy star Reanna Blades and rumours of Manchester City's attempts to sign Atlético Madrid's Laia Aleixandri.  In addition, the panel discuss the recent news regarding the FA Cup prize-money disparity between the men's and women's competitions and what can be done to close the gap. Finally, the panel give their predictions for the Women's International Champions Cup. Although it is a friendly competition it is all to play for as four of the best teams in world football are set to go head-to-head. With Lyon and Barcelona representing Europe, and Portland Thorns and Houston Dash representing the USA it will certainly be an exciting competition!
8/18/202151 minutes, 21 seconds
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289: The glorious return of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast

The Premier League is back and so is our Weekend Review podcast. What a time to be alive. On this episode, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Pádraig Whelan to discuss all the big talking points from the opening weekend of the 2021/22 season. We will be continuing with our Premier League, European and women's football podcasts throughout the season, so be sure to join us!
8/16/20211 hour, 47 seconds
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288: Canada get gold, a transfer update and Man United have a manager!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Olly Roberts and filmmaker for 3lance Media Ajani Pile-Gray. The panel discuss the final two games of the Olympics as Canada claimed victory over Sweden to take home the gold medal and Team USA took home bronze after a thrilling win over Australia. With great performances from both Canada and Sweden the panel discuss what the future holds for each team in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship and European Championships. And with the USA shocking many football fans by missing out on the final, the panel discuss if certain veterans in the team should be hanging up their boots and how the team can pick themselves up after a disappointing Olympic Games. Next, and with transfer news coming in thick and fast the panel discuss the latest transfers from Spain and Italy including a busy window for Real Madrid and Inter Milan. Finally, the panel discuss some of the biggest transfers in the Women's Super League and the appointments of Jonas Eidevall at Arsenal and Marc Skinner at Manchester United. It's been a difficult summer for the Manchester team, but can Skinner turn things around?
8/12/202152 minutes
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287: The latest from Tokyo 2020 and Kylie Strom on her move to the NWSL

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. As we head into the final stages of the women's football tournament at the Olympic Games, the panel discuss Tokyo 2020 so far, from Team GB and where the blame lies after they crashed out in the quarter-finals to Australia, to the impressive form of Zambia's Barbra Banda and the Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema. The panel also discuss the USA as they face Australia in the battle for the bronze medal, and what this means for the team as since the women's Olympic football event was introduced in 1996, the side have now failed to reach the final in successive Games. Meanwhile as Canada and Sweden prepare to face each other in the final, the panel take a look at their journeys so far along with some predictions for the fixture. And this week Angelina also speaks to Orlando Pride's latest signing, former Atlético Madrid defender Kylie Strom on her move back to the USA, her hopes for this season and her excitement to be playing alongside one of the greatest footballers in the world, Marta.
8/4/202158 minutes, 5 seconds
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286: Amber Stobbs: her Watford move and the latest transfer news

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Watford's latest signing Amber-Keegan Stobbs. Stobbs talks all about her departure from Crystal Palace, her move to Watford and what life has been like since she has spoken openly and honestly about her mental health. In addition, Stobbs talks about the new Championship season and her desire to play in the numbest 10 position for her new club. And finally Stobbs also shares her thoughts on some of the biggest transfers in the European leagues so far including Esther González's move to Real Madrid, Manchester City's summer signings and the return of Nikita Parris to the Women's Super League.
7/14/202141 minutes, 55 seconds
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285: Italy conquer Europe as penalties haunt England again

Euro 2020 is over and Roberto Mancini's Italy are champions of Europe. But their victory meant dismay for England, who choked on penalties at Wembley just like in 1996. To discuss the final and reflect on the tournament as a whole, Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. We will be taking a short break from podcasting about mens football until the domestic season starts again, but we will be continuing with our women's football show during the Olympics.
7/12/202143 minutes, 26 seconds
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284: Finally a final for England! But will Italy spoil the homecoming?

England are into the final of a major tournament for the first time since 1966. This is not a drill. Repeat. This is not a drill. But is 55 years of hurt coming to an end, or are Italy about to extend it? On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Francesco Porzio and Manu Domínguez to discuss the Euro 2020 semi-finals and look ahead to Sunday's final. We will have one final Euro 2020 podcast coming your way on Monday, when we will look back at the whole tournament. Stay tuned!
7/9/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 56 seconds
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283: Italy and England triumph, drama aplenty for Spain and SF preview

The Euro 2020 quarter-final fixtures are done, with all four games providing us with some serious excitement and drama! On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Alex Mott to discuss Spain keeping their entire nation on the edge of their seats, Italy silencing Belgium's golden generation, Denmark's continued impressive form, if England finally have the perfect goalkeeper and all the other talking points from the quarter-final fixtures plus a look ahead to this week's semi-final games. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
7/5/20211 hour, 17 minutes, 30 seconds
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282: Bonus podcast! Euro 2020 QF preview live on Spotify Greenroom

This is a special bonus recording of our first ever Spotify Greenroom live stream, broadcast on the afternoon of Friday 2 July just before Spain took on Switzerland in the quarter-final of Euro 2020. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @OneFootball to be kept informed about future live streams.
7/2/202136 minutes, 50 seconds
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281: France, Germany and Portugal crash out, Southgate gets revenge

The Euro 2020 round of 16 is over, and what an exhilarating, dramatic round of games it was. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Helge Wohltmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan to discuss England finally beating Germany, Switzerland's giant-killing of France, Denmark's inspirational story and all the other talking points from every last 16 fixture. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
7/1/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 12 seconds
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280: Lyon's major overhaul, Man United are in crisis and transfer news

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Emily Wilson and Her Football Hub's Megan Hughes. As we head into the final weekend of the Primera Iberdrola, the panel discuss Barcelona's season, Atlético Madrid's comeback after a tough few months and the latest transfers from the league. In addition the panel discuss some of the biggest signings in the transfer window this week and some of the latest transfers rumours in women's football. Lyon are currently in the middle of an overhaul which includes poaching three players from their rivals PSG and of course Arsenal's Danielle van de Donk who departs from the club after six years.  Liverpool have added numerous players to their squad as Matt Beard attempts to get the Merseyside team back into the Women's Super League. Meanwhile things are not looking good for Manchester United who are still without a manager and are losing players by the day, as the panel discuss what the future could hold for the Red Devils as they are bound to be heading into a tough 2021/22 season.
6/25/202151 minutes, 19 seconds
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279: Ronaldo makes history, Germany leave it late and Oranje are back!

The group stage of Euro 2020 is officially done and dusted as 16 teams head into the next round of the tournament with some thrilling fixtures lie ahead. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Angelina Kelly is joined by Antonia Hennigs and Joel Sanderson-Murray to discuss all the big talking points from the group stage as they look ahead to the round of 16. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
6/24/20211 hour, 12 minutes, 33 seconds
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278: Germany bite back, England and Spain stutter, romance in Rome

We've now seen two complete rounds of group stage fixtures at Euro 2020, and the tournament is really starting to get interesting. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Manu Dominguez and Nico Basse to discuss Germany's demolition of Portugal, Italy's brilliance, England and Spain's struggles, France's draw with Hungary and all the big talking points from the tournament. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
6/21/202143 minutes, 44 seconds
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277: Shaw signs for City, Serie A latest and could Barça sack Cortés?

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. Since the Primera Iberdrola is the only league with fixtures still remaining and after Bayern Munich and PSG lifted their respective titles in the Frauen-Bundesliga and Division 1 Féminine, this week is all about transfers! In the Women's Super League the panel discuss the arrival of Khadija Shaw at Manchester City and what impact she will have on the team. In addition with rumours circulating that Lyon's Nikita Parris could be making the move to Arsenal, could Vivianne Miedema be included in a swap deal? Over in Italy Juventus fans will breathe a sigh of relief as Barbara Bonansea has committed to a one year contract extension and they have a new manager in Joe Montemurro. Meanwhile their old manager Rita Guarino has been announced as Inter Milan's new coach as she looks to bring the same success to the club that she did to Juventus. And in Spain with Barcelona players asking for a change of coach next season, could we see a new manager at the club? In addition, not only are there doubts over Lluís Cortés, but some of their biggest players as Aitana Bonmatí could also be departing from Barça with Lyon and Chelsea both reportedly wanting to sign the player, with the French side allegedly offering to triple her salary!
6/19/202139 minutes, 16 seconds
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276: Italy are back, France boss Germany, and football's coming home?

The first round of Euro 2020 group stage games are in the can and so far the tournament has been everything we hoped it would be and more. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Angelina Kelly, Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio to discuss all the big talking points from the Euros so far. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
6/16/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 30 seconds
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275: Brand new Euro 2020 PREVIEW podcast

It's been a long time coming but Euro 2020 is finally upon us, and we are so excited. What better way to get in the mood for a festival of football than by listening to our Euro 2020 preview podcast? Dan Burke is joined by Helge Wohltmann and Manu Domínguez to talk about England, Germany, Spain and all the other potential favourites for the tournament. We’re going to be podcasting throughout the tournament with a whole host of experts from OneFootball’s international newsroom, so stay tuned!
6/11/202149 minutes, 59 seconds
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274: Cup finals aplenty across Europe, Barça's shock defeat and Team GB

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen. First up and over in the Division 1 Féminine, the destination of the domestic trophy seems to be Paris as PSG held Lyon to a 0-0 draw over the weekend. This means that PSG still sit at the top of the table, with one point between them and Sonia Bompastor's team. All Lyon can do now is win their final game of the season this weekend and hope that PSG drop points! Then over in Spain, Barcelona's winning streak in the league came to a standstill as they were defeated 4-3 to Atlético Madrid! However, despite their blip in the league the team still had a lot to celebrate as over the weekend they achieved the treble as a 4-2 victory over Levante meant that they won their eighth Copa de la Reina title.  Over in Italy is was the Coppa Italia final which saw a tense game between Roma and AC Milan head to penalties, where Roma goalkeeper Camelia Ceasar ensured that her side won the shootout 3-1, as they lifted the club's first piece of silverware. Next in Germany there was another cup final as Wolfsburg faced Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB Pokal final! It was another tense game as the fixture went to extra time and almost penalties had it not been for Wolfsburg who despite being down to 10 players managed to lift the trophy for the seventh consecutive time. And finally this week’s hot topic is all about Team GB! Now that Hege Riise has announced her 18-strong squad that will be heading to Tokyo the panel discuss their opinions on the squad, who sadly missed out on a spot and which players perhaps should not have made it into Riise's squad ahead of an exciting tournament this summer.
6/2/202146 minutes, 59 seconds
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273: Juve make history, Lyon v PSG preview and the latest transfer news

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Emily Wilson and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. First up and with Juventus winning Serie A over in Italy, becoming the first team to accomplish a perfect season in men or women’s football in the country. The panel discuss just how big this achievement is for the side and who could replace their manager Rita Guarino who is set to depart. Then over in Spain, Barcelona have continued their winning streak against local rivals Espanyol as they also hope to achieve the perfect season. One team who have arguably had a perfect season themselves is Real Madrid who are now in second place and seem guaranteed to be representing Spain in the Champions League next season. Next it’s over to France where a colossal game between Lyon and PSG could actually decide where the Division 1 Féminine title will be heading. It’s been a year like no other for Lyon, and the panel discuss if the absence of Ada Hegerberg has had an impact on the team, and who has performed well in her absence. And finally this week’s hot topic is transfer talk! The panel discuss managerial changes, rumours regarding Lauren James making the move to Chelsea and the future of Atlético Madrid’s Toni Duggan.
5/26/202146 minutes, 42 seconds
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272: Bumper Premier League Season Review podcast

The final Premier League Weekend Review podcast of the 2020/21 season is here, and Dan Burke is joined by Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It’s been a season like no other and the gang run the rule over all 20 teams in the Premier League, discuss the clubs coming up from the Championship and even hand out some end-of-season awards. That’s it for this season but we will be back after the Champions League final, our women’s football show will be continuing into the summer and of course, we will be podcasting during the Euros. Aren’t you lucky?
5/25/20211 hour, 24 minutes, 1 second
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271: Barça are UWCL Champions, FA Cup latest and Amber Stobbs interview

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond and Jay Lewis. First up and the panel discuss what was an enthralling Champions League final where Barcelona were victorious over Chelsea with a 4-0 victory. It was a brilliant night for a ruthless, powerful Barcelona side and for Chelsea, despite the defeat, they were still able to appreciate what a momentous moment in the club's history. Next with the fifth round of the FA Cup, Arsenal and Manchester City both had important wins in the competition, meanwhile Manchester United crashed out against Leicester City in what was Casey Stoney's final game in charge. Then over to the Scottish Women's Premier League where things are still tense at the top with Glasgow City, Rangers and Celtic all battling it out for the two Champions League spots up for grabs as well at the title. With another Old Firm Derby on the horizon the panel give their opinions on the game, and which players have been impressing in the league. And finally for this week's hot topic Angelina spoke to Crystal Palace footballer Amber Stobbs about her life and career. After battling with her mental health, as well as celebrating great success with clubs such as Everton and Reading, Amber decided to take a break from football and played what she thought would be her final game with Charlton Athletic at 26 years-old. However, after some time away from the sport and after giving herself time to reflect on her experiences, Amber made the amazing decision to return to the sport. After a successful season with Crystal Palace, Amber discusses her return, her journey so far, her mental health battles and hopes for the future in a very open and honest discussion.
5/19/20211 hour, 33 minutes, 17 seconds
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270: Fantastic Foxes, Alisson Wonderland, Citizen Kane?

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. The season is almost over, there's another round of mid-week fixtures to come, but there was plenty to talk about from an action-packed weekend. Such as … Will Harry Kane really leave Tottenham? And if so, where will he go? Has Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers finally shed the fraud tag once and for all? Could Alisson’s heroics inspire Liverpool’s push for top four? Do Manchester City already have their Sergio Agüero replacement? How much is Carlo Ancelotti to blame for Everton’s struggles? And plenty more!
5/18/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 7 seconds
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269: Stoney quits United and Chelsea, Barça and Juve seal their titles!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and filmmaker for for 3lance Media Ajani Pile-Gray. First up and with the news that Casey Stoney has resigned as Manchester United's manager, the panel discuss their immediate reactions and who could take over from Stoney. Next as Chelsea lifted the Women's Super League title last weekend, the panel discuss what this win means for the club and manager Emma Hayes. Plus there is reaction to Jill Roord's departure from Arsenal and what's next for Aston Villa as three members of their coaching staff have now left their positions. Then over to the Primera Iberdrola, Barcelona also tasted victory as they were crowned champions of the Spanish league.  For Barça they have achieved 26 wins from 26 games with 128 goals scored and with just eight matches remaining these numbers could rise! The panel discuss what this league title means to Barcelona, and whether Chelsea have what it takes to stop them in the Champions League this weekend. Meanwhile there were celebrations in Italy as Juventus became Serie A champions with two games to go! Despite their unsuccessful Champions League campaign, has this still been a successful season? And with rumours about the departures of Barbara Bonansea, Laura Giuliani and head coach Rita Guarino, what would this mean for the club? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss some of the most important questions in the sport including whether we could see a female manager coaching in the Premier League or the Championship and if women's football across Europe is improving. In addition, with Ajani on the panel this week there are discussions about his latest documentary: Throw In The Kitchen Sink. The five part series takes a look at some of the biggest talking points in the game including sexism, broadcasting, representation, professionalisation, and equal pay. Ajani tells the panel about his main motivations to make the documentary and what he hopes people will take away from the series. To watch Ajani's documentary, click here.
5/12/20211 hour, 11 minutes, 44 seconds
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268: Teenage kicks, Panenka pain and goodbye Fulham and West Brom

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Alex Mott. The relegation battle is over but the title race is hanging by a thread and the fight for top four is getting tasty. On the agenda this week are such topics as … Should Manchester City’s title come with an asterisk this season? Why do players mess around with Panenka penalties? Is it time to officially apologise to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Does Mikel Arteta deserve a chance to turn things around at Arsenal? Should Tottenham go for Marcelo Bielsa as their next manager? Can we expect better from Liverpool’s Thiago next season? How can Everton improve their home form? Did we not cut Steve Bruce enough slack during Newcastle’s injury crisis? Are Wolves actually a bright, young team in the making? What next for Fulham and West Brom? And much, much more.
5/11/202155 minutes, 54 seconds
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267: Chelsea stay on track, UWCL reaction and will Bonansea leave Juve?

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Olly Roberts. First up and despite Manchester City getting a great 4-0 victory over Birmingham City putting them at the top of the Women's Super League, it was taken away a few days later as Chelsea regained their spot in first place after they beat their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0. In addition, with news of a potential transfer of Khadija Shaw from Bordeaux to Manchester City the panel discuss if she would be a good signing for the Blues. Next over to Italy where there has been lots of action in Serie A and the Coppa Italia. Despite bowing out of the cup competition, Juventus have managed to bounce back in the league as they look set to clinch the title. Meanwhile with news of Barbara Bonansea reportedly hiring Mino Raiola as her agent, and a potential move to Lyon on the cards, would this be a good move for the player? Then in the Copa de la Reina there were big wins for Atlético Madrid, Levante, Madrid CFF and Barcelona. With all four teams determined to lift the piece of silverware who will actually make it to the final and win? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss the Champions League semi-final games that saw Barcelona and Chelsea progress to the final of the competition. A win for either side would be historic, but who will be crowned the Champions of Europe?
5/6/202157 minutes, 52 seconds
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266: City and Chelsea head to Istanbul while Inter take over Italy

The OneFootball Podcast is back. On today's episode, Joana Bueno welcomes Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio to talk about Man City and Chelsea knocking PSG and Real Madrid out of the Champions League and Italian football's "crazy week". In Manchester, Neymar missed Mbappé and City beat Paris Saint-Germain once more, while N'Golo Kanté simply owned the midfield at Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Inter Milan won the Scudetto after 11 years, and AS Roma surprised everyone by announcing José Mourinho as their new coach next season.  
5/6/202152 minutes, 5 seconds
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265: Agüero's swan song, magic mushrooms and Hayes for Tottenham?

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Pádraig Whelan and Alex Mott. Manchester United vs Liverpool didn’t go ahead, but there were nine other games to talk about featuring plenty of hot topics. Topics such as … Will Manchester City live to regret letting Sergio Agüero go? Is N’Golo Kanté still the best defensive midfielder in the business? Will Mikel Arteta still be in charge of Arsenal next season? What exactly is ‘the Tottenham way’? Have Everton bottled it? Does Graham Potter deserve a bigger job than Brighton? Is West Ham’s success sustainable? How hard is it to be a fasting footballer during Ramadan? And much, much more.
5/4/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 24 seconds
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264: City beat an uninspired PSG and Chelsea bring a good advantage home

The OneFootball Podcast is back. On today's episode, Joana Bueno is joined by Dan Burke and Manu Domínguez to talk about the first leg matches of the Champions League semifinals. In Paris, PSG scored first, but Man City came back with an amazing second half and a beautiful goal by De Bruyne on the "corridor of uncertainty". Under heavy rain, Benzema saved Real Madrid once more, but Chelsea are determined to make it to the final - if Timo Werner stops missing goals.
4/29/202135 minutes, 34 seconds
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263: Lyon make history, Press impresses for Man United and UWCL latest

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Emily Wilson. First up and with news breaking that Lyon have parted ways with their manager Jean-Luc Vasseur, the panel discuss what his departure means and whether it was the right decision. With the arrival of Sonia Bompastor, becoming the first woman to coach the team, can she help Lyon finish the season successfully? Next over to the Women’s Super League and Manchester United are hot on Arsenal’s heels as they desperately seek a Champions League spot. For Casey Stoney’s side it was a comfortable 4-1 victory over Spurs which saw Christen Press back at her best for United after some time out with an injury. Meanwhile Arsenal celebrated a sixth straight Women's Super League win over Brighton, with Jordan Nobbs getting both of Arsenal goals in what has been an impressive comeback season after she was sidelined with an injury. In addition, with the news of the retirement of Fara Williams this week, the panel reflect on her impact in the game. Then in the Frauen-Bundesliga with only two points between Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg it’s all to play for. Wolfsburg have managed to bounce back from their Champions League exit, and with Bayern Munich suffering defeat in the league recently, can Wolfsburg take advantage in their meeting next week? And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss the upcoming second legs of the Champions League semi-final games as PSG and Barcelona go into the fixture with a 1-1 draw, and Bayern Muich have a 2-1 edge over Chelsea. In addition, with news of additional financial support for the competition and more Video Assistant Referee technology available, the panel discuss the recent changes and the work that still remains in the sport.
4/28/202158 minutes, 49 seconds
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262: Carabao Cup kings, battle for Europe and is VAR getting worse?

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And after last week’s hiatus, there’s lots to talk about. Including such topics as … Why do Manchester City keep winning the Carabao Cup? Who should be the next Tottenham manager? Has Jürgen Klopp let Liverpool down this season? Will Timo Werner turn his Chelsea career around? Is Unai Emery about to get his revenge on Arsenal? What even is the handball rule? Is Kelechi Iheanacho better than Erling Haaland? Who could have possibly predicted that Sheffield United would be relegated? And much, much more.
4/27/20211 hour, 14 minutes, 41 seconds
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261: Chelsea remain top, PSG stun Lyon and who will win gold in Tokyo?

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Megan Hughes. First up and it's over to the Women's Super League where Chelsea and Manchester City faced each other in a thrilling game that ended in a 2-2 draw. With Chelsea still on top in the league with only two more games left, will Emma Hayes and her team march on to victory or stumble at the final hurdle? And if they do, will Manchester City be able to take advantage? Next it's over to France and the Champions League where PSG ended Lyon's dreams of lifting the Champions League trophy for the sixth time in a row as the Parisian side progressed to the next stage of the competition after their second leg match ended 2-2. With only the Division 1 Féminine left to play for, will Lyon be able to overcome PSG domestically and prove that they are still a force to be reckoned with? Then looking at the Primera Iberdrola, Barcelona are simply unstoppable at the moment at the top of the league. However, the final two Champions League spots are still up for grabs. Real Madrid are just one point behind Levante - could they take second place in their first season donning the Real Madrid name? Meanwhile, with Atlético Madrid currently in seventh position, can they still manage to finish the season on a high note? And finally for this week's hot topic, with the groups for the women's football tournament in the Olympics this summer finally drawn, the panel take a look at which teams will progress to the quarter finals. With the likes of Germany and Spain not featuring in the competition this year and nations such as Zambia and Chile making their debuts, the panel also discuss who will be winning gold this summer in Tokyo.
4/22/202152 minutes, 41 seconds
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260: Neymar on a mission, City finally in the semifinal and Real Madrid's heavy shirt

The OneFootball Podcast is back for another week. This time, Joana Bueno discusses the Champions League quarter finals with Thomas Bourguignon and Daniel Cadena. PSG did it! They eliminated Bayern, in a wonderful performance by Neymar, and will now face Man City in the semifinal everyone is looking forward to. In the other semi, can Chelsea beat Real Madrid's heavy shirt?
4/15/202137 minutes, 57 seconds
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259: England's woeful week, Rangers close in and 10 years of the WSL!

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. First up the panel take a look at some of the international games that have taken place over the last week, including England's two losses against France and Canada. The two games represented a final chance for the England players to impress coach Hege Riise before she names her Olympic squad, and with numerous lacklustre performances over the last week, could this jeopardise who will be heading to Tokyo? Next, sticking with the international fixtures, it was a big week for Spain who were able to silence the Netherlands with a 1-0 victory, sparking excitement about what the future will hold for the Spanish national team. Meanwhile it was a momentous week for Northern Ireland who celebrated the country's first ever qualification for a major women's tournament this week with their victory over Ukraine in their Euro 2022 play-off fixture. Then, with the Scottish Women's Premier League back after a winter break due to Covid-19, it really is all to play for as Rangers, Glasgow City and Celtic are all in the mix to be crowned Champions, and after some important wins for all three teams over the weekend, could Glasgow finally be knocked off their 13-year perch? And finally for this week's hot topic, with the Women's Super League celebrating its 10th anniversary, the FA will be opening a Hall of Fame to mark the occasion. With this in mind the panel take a look at which names they would feature in the hall and what their hopes are for the next ten years of the WSL.
4/14/202153 minutes, 17 seconds
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258: Leeds stun City, United's revenge at Spurs and Lingard's on fire

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. As ever, there’s tonnes to talk about as all 10 of the weekend’s fixtures are discussed. Including such topics as … Who will win Father of the Year: José Mourinho or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Is the title race back on after Manchester City’s slip-up against Leeds? Can VAR be fixed? Has Kai Havertz arrived in the Premier League? Is Jesse Lingard a misunderstood genius? Is Brendan Rodgers a fraud and are Leicester going to bottle it again? Is Gabriel Martinelli the real deal? Could West Brom pull off the Great Escape or are Newcastle now safe from relegation? And much, much more.
4/13/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 47 seconds
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257: Bayern and PSG in a "Game of Thrones" match and Real Madrid on Champions League mode

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. On this episode, Joana Bueno replaces Ian McCourt once more, joined by Thomas Bourguignon and Helge Wohltmann. It's Champions League quarterfinals, and Bayern and PSG faced each other in a match way better than last season's final. Real Madrid is finally waking up this season, Chelsea had no problem beating Porto, and Man City won, but we expected more...
4/8/202149 minutes, 10 seconds
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256: United fall behind, Wolfsburg stun Bayern Munich and UWCL latest

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. First up and it's over to the semi-finals of DFB Pokal which saw Bayern Munich suffer their first defeat of the season at the hands of Wolfsburg who celebrated a 2-0 victory. With Eintracht Frankfurt waiting for them in the final, will they sabotage Wolfsburg's only hope of winning silverware this season? Next it's onto the Women's Super League where Manchester United suffered a colossal loss against Brighton over the weekend that saw them lose third spot in the league and a place in next season's Champions League competition to Arsenal. As we get into the business end of the season do Casey Stoney's side have what it takes to see it through and reclaim their spot? Meanwhile there were great wins for Chelsea and Manchester City ahead of their meeting at the end of the month. Then it is over to France where PSG celebrated a 7-0 victory over Soyaux-Charente. With the Division 1 Féminine seemingly PSG's to lose at this point, the panel discusses what this would mean for French football, and whether Marie-Antoinette Katoto could become one of the world's greatest footballers in the future. And finally for this week's hot topic, with the quarter-finals of the Champions League now done and dusted, and the first leg of the semi-finals on the horizon, the panel takes a look at the quarter-final games from last week, and how they think Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and PSG or Lyon will fare in the next round of the competition.
4/7/202155 minutes, 50 seconds
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255: Liverpool get their mojo back, Chelsea’s meltdown and Arteta out?

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Phil Costa and Angelina Kelly. The Premier League is back and as usual, there’s absolutely loads to talk about. Topics such as … Is Mikel Arteta running out of time at Arsenal? Are Liverpool officially back in business? Might Timo Werner never emerge from his Chelsea slump? Are Manchester City boring to watch? Is it time Manchester United got rid of David de Gea? Should Jesse Lingard go to the Euros? Does Harry Kane need to leave Tottenham? Have Fulham blown their survival chances? Have Everton blown their European chances? Who should be England’s goalkeeper at the Euros? And much, much more.
4/6/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 17 seconds
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254: Montemurro quits Arsenal, Barça hit 100 and Giacinti vs. Girelli

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Give Me Sport Women's Nancy Gillen and Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis. First up and with the announcement of Joe Montemurro's departure from Arsenal at the end of the season, there is discussion about his decision and his potential replacement. Then onto the Women's Super League where Arsenal celebrated a 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby, meanwhile Manchester City and Chelsea, despite both taking three points from their matches, looked a little off their game after their mid-week Champions League fixtures. As well as these games Manchester United made history as it was the first time the women’s team played at Old Trafford which ended in a 2-0 victory over West Ham. Over in the Primera Iberdrola, and Barcelona had a monumental 4-0 win over Sevilla. The four goals not only marked the team's 100th goal but took their goal tally in the league to 103, meaning that the club's goal difference is now a staggering +100. This lead the panel to compare the club's success to that of Lyon in the 2014/15 season and whether Barça can be as good as the French side. Next, in Italy there was a big win for AC Milan over rivals Inter Milan in the Derby della Madonnina which saw Valentina Giacinti put in another impressive performance which had the panel questioning if we could see the star playing in any other European leagues in the future. In addition it was a great 9-1 victory for Juventus over bottom of the table Bari which saw Cristina Girelli score four goals in 24 minutes! And finally for this week's hot topic, the panel discuss the European Club Association's first women's football strategy, the potential of a second-tier European club competition and women's Club World Cup competition in the future. This lead the panel to discuss why this has been arguably the biggest year in women’s football yet!
3/31/202151 minutes, 4 seconds
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253: Huge WSL news, Levante's vital victory and Louise Quinn interview

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Drew Diamond and Megan Hughes. First up it's the Primera Iberdrola, and despite Barcelona sitting pretty at the top of the table with a nine-point lead, things are really heating up in the race for the two other Champions League spots. Over the weekend Real Madrid lost out on solidifying their position in third place after suffering a defeat at the hands of Levante, who have had a great season so far. Over in the Women's Super League, Arsenal got an important win over Manchester United in a dramatic game as both teams compete in the race for the third spot in the league. In addition there was reaction to the historic broadcast rights deal in England that was announced this week, which means that from next season WSL games will be shown live across the BBC and Sky. Then to Germany where there were some big games in the DFB Pokal including a surprisingly subdued victory for Bayern Munich and wins for Wolfsburg, Freiburg and Eintracht Frankfurt. And finally instead of a hot topic this week, Angelina spoke to Fiorentina and Ireland centre-back Louise Quinn to talk about her impressive career that has seen her play in Sweden, Ireland, England and now Italy, how she has found living in Florence, and the struggles that female footballers can sometimes face.
3/24/20211 hour, 21 minutes, 50 seconds
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252: Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Weekend Review podcast

On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And it’s a bit different to usual. As well as talking about the weekend’s Premier League games, the boys also discuss the FA Cup quarter-finals, the England squad and the biggest talking points in the Football League. Is Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers the Manager of the Year? Can Manchester City win the quadruple? What do Chelsea need to be title challengers next season? Why are Arsenal such a Jekyll and Hyde team? Have Tottenham’s players let José Mourinho down this season? Are Newcastle going down if they don’t sack Steve Bruce? Was Gareth Southgate right to omit Trent Alexander-Arnold from the latest England squad? Who will be coming up from the Championship next season? All those questions – and many more – are discussed here.
3/23/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 1 second
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251: Man City on the rise and a disappointing Atlético in the UCL

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Joana Bueno replaces Ian McCourt, and is joined by Dan Burke and Manu Domínguez The Champions League's last 8 teams are defined. Real Madrid and Man City had no problem beating Atalanta and Gladbach. Chelsea showed they're no underdogs, and are Bayern the super favourites?
3/18/202146 minutes, 36 seconds
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250: Chelsea celebrate Conti Cup win, Khadija Shaw shines and the UWCL

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis. First up it's the FA Women's League Cup Final which saw Chelsea get a 6-0 victory over Bristol City. The six goals included a hat-trick from Sam Kerr leading the panel to question just how long Chelsea can hold onto the player and with Fran Kirby playing a role in all six goals, is it just a matter of time before she is considered a contender for the Women's Ballon d'Or? Over in Spain and after a tough few weeks for Atlético Madrid things went from bad to worse as they were defeated 1-0 by Real Madrid in El Derbi Madrileño. With Real now sitting in the third spot, can fans begin celebrating finishing the season with a Champions League qualification place? Then to France and despite a disappointing loss for Bordeaux against Paris FC, there was a lot of praise for Jamaican footballer Khadija Shaw who is currently the top goalscorer in the Division 1 Féminine. And finally this week's hot topic is the Champions League. With the quarter-final fixtures on the horizon, the panel give their predictions and discuss the upcoming games which include Barcelona vs. Manchester City and PSG vs. Lyon.
3/17/202152 minutes, 55 seconds
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249: North London is red, United send Moyes packing, City march on

On this week’s episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Arsenal fan Lewis Ambrose and Tottenham supporter Matt Frohlich. No prizes for guessing which match is top of the agenda this week. After that, the lads answer such questions as … Would Manchester City be unstoppable with a prolific striker? Does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserve a new Manchester United contract? Is Kelechi Iheanacho the future of Leicester’s attack? Has Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy been one of the signings of the season? Why are Everton so bad at Goodison Park? Are Southampton sleepwalking towards relegation? Who will be going down with Sheffield United and West Brom? Do Newcastle have what it takes to get out of trouble? And much, much more.
3/16/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 52 seconds
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248: Juventus crash out again and Atlético Madrid's tense title bid

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke and Joana Bueno We kick off with a deep dive on all things Champions League from Juventus v Porto, PSG v Barcelona, Dortmund v Sevilla and Liverpool v Leipzig. Finally, Manu Dominguez joins us to talk about all the latest action from LaLiga.
3/11/20211 hour, 1 minute, 48 seconds
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247: The WSL race heats up, Juventus edge closer to the title and IWD

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week, in honour of International Women's Day, Angelina Kelly is joined by an all-female panel with Her Football Hub's Megan Hughes and Manchester United Women's Supporters Club founder Natalie Burrell. First up it's the WSL and the race is truly on at the top and bottom of the table as a win for Manchester City kept their title hopes alive and wins for Manchester United and Arsenal meant that the two clubs will have to battle it out for that third Champions League spot in their meeting next week. Meanwhile Bristol City managed to climb out of the relegation zone which meant West Ham found themselves bottom of the league as they desperately search for a way out. Over in Germany, Bayern Munich celebrated another victory as they secured their 20th straight win in all competitions - can anybody stop this team? Then in Italy Juventus triumphed over AC Milan with a 4-0 win that saw them go six points clear of their opposition, with the victory surely indicating that Rita Guarino's team will be crowned Serie A champions for the fourth time in a row. And finally for this week's hot topic, the panel celebrated International Women's Day which included discussions about what women's football means to them, the next steps for the sport and which women in football they admire including the likes of Casey Stoney, Alex Scott and Asisat Oshoala.
3/10/202155 minutes, 58 seconds
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246: United's derby delight, LFC lose again and hello Kai Havertz

On this week’s episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is once again joined by Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. A Manchester City fan, a Manchester United fan and a Liverpool fan. What could possibly go wrong? On the agenda are such topics as … Are Manchester City better without Kevin De Bruyne? Could no Champions League football actually help Liverpool next season? Is José Mourinho really a negative manager or not? Has Kai Havertz finally arrived in the Premier League? Is it time to bin VAR once and for all? Who on earth will finish in the top four? And much, much more.
3/9/20211 hour, 13 minutes, 28 seconds
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245: Atlético prepare for battle, Everton's big win and Serie A latest

The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Olli Dreßler and Lewis Ambrose. First up it's the WSL and whilst Manchester City and Arsenal both celebrated victories, Everton also managed to take three points from their game against Tottenham Hotspur as they won 3-2 thanks to Jill Scott who scored the winner. Over in Italy with wins last weekend for both Juventus and AC Milan we take a look at the Serie A title race so far and also the title deciding game between these two teams that will take place this weekend. Then in Spain we look at which teams are in the mix for those all important Champions League spots, there is praise for Real Madrid who have had a successful first season in the Primera División and how the pressure could be mounting for Atlético Madrid this week. And finally for this week's hot topic, with Atlético facing Chelsea this week in the Champions League and a Madrid derby on the horizon Angelina speaks to defender Kylie Strom about how the team are preparing for their meeting with the Blues, her pre-match superstitions and which clubs from the WSL she admires!
3/3/202151 minutes, 28 seconds
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244: Bale is back, Arsenal and Liverpool on track, Ole's tinfoil hat

On this week’s episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Angelina Kelly and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And as usual, it’s a packed show in which we talk about all 10 matches from the Premier League this weekend. Discussing such topics as … What do Manchester United fans really think about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Could anyone do what Pep Guardiola does with money? Is Gareth Bale actually back? Have Arsenal fans given Willian a hard time this season? Is Ozan Kabak good enough for Liverpool? Do Everton have a shot at top four? Do West Ham? And much, much more.
3/2/20211 hour, 24 minutes, 24 seconds
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243: Slick City, the most handsome No9 and congratulations Inter

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke and Helge Wohltmann. We kick off with a deep dive on all things Champions League from Atlético's Madrid v Chelsea, to Lazio v Bayern via Atalanta v Real Madrid and Manchester City v Mönchengladbach. Finally, Padraig Whelan is back to talk about that Milan derby, Napoli's woes and more.
2/25/20211 hour, 3 minutes, 30 seconds
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242: Barcelona want Rapinoe, success for Spain and SheBelieves Cup

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week taking a look at women’s football across the world during the international break. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Olli Dreßler. First up, they head to the SheBelieves Cup 2021 as the USA got off to a wonderful start with wins against Canada and Brazil. Speaking of Brazil, they also pay tribute to the legend that is Marta who has had a very exciting start to 2021. Next it's over to the Euro 2022 qualifiers where Spain and Scotland both experienced impressive victories with both teams collectively scoring over 20 goals! Then there is a discussion over whether Martina Voss-Tecklenburg can lead Germany to glory in the Euros as they beat Belgium in a friendly. And finally for this week's hot topics, after Barcelona presidential candidate Víctor Font named Megan Rapinoe as a player he would want to see at the club, there is deliberation over whether she could really play in the Primera División one day. Also, after Ebru Koksal predicted that women’s football will become a mainstream sport property by 2030, Angelina, Alejandro and Olli discuss what this could mean for the sport!
2/24/202158 minutes, 40 seconds
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241: Everton's derby delight, Moyes beats Mou and Pep hacks football

On this week’s episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. As always, there’s absolutely loads of interesting stuff to talk about. Stuff like … Could Everton actually finish above Liverpool? Is Pep Guardiola breaking new ground this season? Is José Mourinho finished at the top level? Are Manchester United a good side or not? Could Newcastle/Brighton be victims of the dumbest relegation of all time? Is Thomas Tuchel making the same mistake as Frank Lampard? And much, much more.
2/23/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 52 seconds
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240: Mbappé masterclass, Haaland heroics and a massive Milan derby

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez and a very special guest: Kylie Strom of Atlético Madrid Femenino. We kick off with a deep dive on all things Champions League from Barça's heavy defeat to PSG to Liverpool's return to winning ways over Leipzig as well as Sevilla's Dortmund defeat and Porto's impressive win over Juventus. Finally, we talk to Padraig Whelan about a wild – and we really mean wild – weekend in Serie A and a huge – and we really mean huge – Milan derby this weekend.
2/18/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 54 seconds
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239: Manchester is blue, goals galore in Italy and Champions League latest

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week taking a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Lewis Ambrose. First up, they take a look at the Women's Super League where Manchester was declared blue in the derby as City eased to an important 3-0 win over Casey Stoney's United. Next it’s over to Italy to discuss the second leg of the Coppa Italia quarter-finals as it was raining goals for Juventus and Roma, with both teams progressing to the next stage, along with Inter and Milan who will face each other in the Derby della Madonnina in the semi-finals. Then there's a quick stop in Spain to discuss the 2020 Copa de la Reina winners Barcelona, the rise and fall of Levante and why Real Madrid should be looking over their shoulder with Atlético Madrid hot on their heels for that Champions League spot. And finally for this week's hot topic after the round of 16 draw for the Champions League there are predictions for the upcoming fixtures along with which team Angelina, Alejandro and Lewis think could lift the trophy this year!
2/17/202147 minutes, 40 seconds
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238: Liverpool lose it again, City close in, David Moyes is a football genius

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is once again joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And it’s a packed show brimming with hot topics and burning issues. Issues such as … Alisson and Thiago’s worrying Liverpool form José Mourinho’s tiresome Tottenham excuses Harry Maguire, town crier Chelsea’s top four hopes West Ham’s top four hopes! And much, much more.
2/16/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 38 seconds
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237: A Bundesliga deep dive and a short history of Celta Vigo

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Helge Wohltmann. We kick off with a deep dive on the Bundesliga on everything from the all the troubles at Dortmund to Wolfsburg's rise to via Mainz' daring bid to escape relegation. Finally, we talk to Manu Dominguez about the history of Galicia's finest: Celta Vigo.
2/11/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 12 seconds
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236: Agony for Arsenal, Bayern dominate and Lauren James fights back

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week taking a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Her Football Hub founder Drew Diamond. First up, they take a look at a chaotic weekend in the Women's Super League and more agony for Arsenal as one of their brightest stars is linked with a move away from the club. Next it’s over to France for the Division 1 Féminine as it's all to play for at the top as PSG's consistency continues with another win and Lyon manage a lacklustre victory as they try to keep up with the league leaders. Then a stop in Germany and the Frauen-Bundesliga as Bayern Munich prove they are simply the best with another massive win! And finally for this week's hot topics there are discussions over equal pay as Drew talks about his relationship with Lewes Football Club, the first professional or semi-professional club to pay its women’s team the same as its men’s team and there is also discussions regarding the recent racist abuse of Manchester United's Lauren James.
2/10/202149 minutes, 11 seconds
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235: Man City's Anfield hoodoo ends, United let it slip in Fergie time

On this episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Manchester City fan Dan Burke is joined by Liverpool supporter Joel Sanderson-Murray. No prizes for guessing which match is top of the agenda this week. After that, the lads also talk about every other fixture which took place in the Premier League this weekend, discussing such topics as … Manchester United’s defeatist mentality Arsenal’s bad luck Timo Werner’s Chelsea progress Harry Kane’s Tottenham future And much, much more.
2/9/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 20 seconds
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234: Getting excited about Roma, the bravest ever penalty and the madness in Marseille

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Padraig Whelan and Joana Bueno. It is time to turn to Serie A and the latest few rounds of games with a special focus on Roma's resurgence ahead of their game against Juve. Elsewhere, Joana details the Copa Libertadores final and gives us the feel-good story of the year. Finally, you want more Thomas Bourguignon, you got it. He is back to talk all things Ligue 1.
2/4/20211 hour, 15 minutes, 16 seconds
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233: Drama at El Clásico, Chelsea extend their record and Kylie Strom interview

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week taking a look at women’s football across Europe. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Emily Wilson and Lewis Ambrose. First up, they take a look at the second 'official' El Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid including their COVID-19 protest at kick-off. Next it’s over to the Women's Super League and Chelsea who extended their unbeaten record to 33 games, and with rumours of Emma Hayes being linked to the AFC Wimbledon manager's job in the men's game there is a discussion over whether this is a compliment or insult to Chelsea boss! Then a quick stop in Italy to dissect the first leg of the Coppa Italia quarter-finals including a dramatic Juventus win. And finally instead of a hot topic Angelina is joined by special guest and Atlético Madrid defender Kylie Strom to talk all about why it's an exciting time to be a female footballer, life at Atlético and Kylie's opinions of the most important topics of conversation in women's football.
2/3/202157 minutes, 28 seconds
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232: Man Utd score NINE, Tuchel gets going, Spurs sulk and Liverpool keep the pressure on

The FA Cup fourth round is done, the January transfer window is over, and the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast returns (slightly later than planned). On this episode, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray to discuss such topics as … Manchester United’s 9-0 win over Southampton Arsenal’s discipline issues Liverpool’s return to form Tottenham’s woes Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea tenure so far And much, much more!
2/3/20211 hour, 12 minutes, 20 seconds
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231: Your Copa Libertadores final preview and a short history of FC Metz

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Domínguez and Joana Bueno. We kick off with a deep dive on Real Madrid and all that has been going on at the club and then it is off to Brazil to talk about the upcoming Copa Libertadores final. Finally, we talk to Thomas Bourguignon about the amazing history of FC Metz and / or Michel Platini's (too big) bum.
1/28/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 54 seconds
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230: History is made in Argentina, Parris impresses and transfer latest

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week taking a look at women’s football across Europe and beyond. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Oli Dreßler and Alejandro Diago. There is talk of the battle between Lyon and PSG at the top of the Division 1 Féminine, and the phenomenal form of Nikita Parris.  Next it’s over to the WSL for a quick look at Manchester City’s impressive 7-1 victory over Brighton as their local rivals Manchester United once again found themselves at the top of the table. Then a quick stop in Spain to take a look at Atlético Madrid v Sevilla and a Basque derby. Alejandro also gives us the latest in Argentina after Boca Juniors were up against River Plate in an intense game where the winner took home the league’s first professional title. And finally the hot topic of the week is the transfer window, taking a look at some of the most exciting transfers across Europe so far. 
1/27/202148 minutes, 59 seconds
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229: Bayern's woes, Union's rise and trouble in Paradise

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Helge Wohltmann and Lewis Ambrose. It has been a long, long time since we talked Bundesliga so this one is a Bundesliga special and we are covering it all from the midweek action to the rise of Union via Bayern's woes. Then, it is off to Scotland with Padraig Whelan. It has been a turbulent time there of late and Padraig has the latest on that.
1/21/202157 minutes, 49 seconds
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228: Kirby strikes again, Atlético make history and farewell to Neville

There is a new OneFootball podcast in town. Angelina Kelly is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Oli Dreßler to discuss all things women's football. This week they take a look at some of the biggest games across Europe including an important win in the WSL for Chelsea and their superstar Fran Kirby against Manchester United. Then a quick stop in Spain to celebrate Atlético Madrid winning their first Supercopa de España, finishing off the roundup in Italy as Juventus were victorious over a lacklustre Inter Milan. And finally the hot topic of the week is the departure of England manager Phil Neville along with the arrival of both Hege Riise and and Sarina Wiegman, and whether football will be coming home anytime soon for the Lionesses.
1/20/202151 minutes, 27 seconds
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227: Snoozefest at Anfield, tight top six and are City in the driving seat?

On this week's episode of the Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. On the agenda are such topics as … Where have Liverpool’s goals gone? Does Bruno Fernandes go missing in the big games? Are Manchester City in the title race driving seat? Did Tanguy Ndombele mean his goal against Sheffield United? Is Thomas Partey the secret to Arsenal being successful? Could Timo Werner actually end up being a flop? And much, much more.
1/19/202157 minutes, 29 seconds
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226: Trouble in Madrid, the Santos miracle and WSL woes

The OneFootball podcast is back for another week. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Manu Dominguez. There is talk of all things LaLiga, including the troubles at the big two and Leo Messi's future. Then, it is off to South America to talk Copa Libertadores, now that the finalists have been decided, as well as a look at the crazy title race in Serie A there. And finally, Angelina Kelly joins to recap a turbulent few weeks in the Women's Super League.
1/15/202157 minutes, 44 seconds
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225: Juve are back, Copa Libertadores and Pochettino's return to Paris

We're back – for the first time this year – with another Euro podcast special. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Padraig Whelan. There is talk of all things Serie A with a special focus on the big game between Juve and Milan. Then, it is off to South America to talk Copa Libertadores, where we have gotten to the semi-final stage. And finally, we end up in Paris to talk Tuchel, PSG and Pochettino with Thomas Bourguignon.
1/7/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 57 seconds
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224: City are back! Arsenal are dancing on ice, but is Lampard on thin ice?

Happy New Year and welcome to the first Premier League Weekend Review podcast of 2021. Dan Burke is joined by Joel Sanderson-Murray for this one, and on the agenda are such topics as … Are Manchester City getting back to their best? Is Frank Lampard on thin ice at Chelsea? How to Manchester United get so many penalties? What has changed for Arsenal in the last three games? Is Heung-min Son one of the world’s most underrated players? Is Jamie Vardy in the best form of his career? And much, much more. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, fire your emails to [email protected] or you can hit us up on Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify
1/4/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 56 seconds
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223: Liverpool hit seven, United score six, but what's happened to Spurs?

On the final Premier League Weekend Review Podcast of 2020, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Pádraig Whelan. On the menu are such talking points as … Is the title Liverpool’s to lose already? Are Manchester United genuine challengers? How much longer will Mikel Arteta get to turn Arsenal around? Why is Timo Werner struggling for goals at Chelsea? How do Manchester City become a more balanced side? Have Tottenham shot their load before Christmas? And much, much more.
12/22/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 4 seconds
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222: Wide open title race, a dismal derby and are Arsenal going down?

On this week’s episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Phil Costa and Joel Sanderson-Murray. On the agenda are such topics as … Do Arsenal actually have a relegation battle on their hands? Could Liverpool’s lack of consistency be their undoing this season? Has José Mourinho brought some much-needed belief to Tottenham? Is Frank Lampard feeling the pressure at Chelsea? What are the secrets behind Southampton, Leicester and Aston Villa’s success this season? Is Marcelo Bielsa worthy of the mythology surrounding him? And much, much more.
12/14/202059 minutes, 3 seconds
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221: Misery for Man Utd, Real rise again, a short history of Schalke

We're back – for the final time this year – with another Euro podcast special. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Padraig Whelan. There is talk of all things Champions League from Manchester United's exit to PSG and Istanbul Basaksehir's walking off the pitch via Real Madrid's amazing comeback. And then, we are joined by Benni Kuhlhoff for our latest version of A short history of ... . Do note. This was recorded for last week's now famous Lost Episode and so one or two little details might be out of date
12/10/202059 minutes, 52 seconds
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220: Spurs win the NLD, United's Lazarus act and Klopp smiles again

On this week's episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray. On the agenda are such topics as ... Is counter-attacking football back in vogue? Did the Arsenal job come too soon for Mikel Arteta? Why are Manchester United so inconsistent? Has Gini Wijnaldum been Liverpool's best player this season? Is Olivier Giroud the most underrated striker in Europe? When did Manchester City get so good at defending? And much, much more.
12/8/20201 hour, 5 minutes, 48 seconds
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219: Klopp loses it, José's little pony and are you Emery in disguise?

This week's Premier League Weekend Review podcast is a two-man show as Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott. And the dynamic duo discuss such fascinating topics as ... Why VAR has made football demonstrably worse Why Jürgen Klopp should take some responsibility for Liverpool's injury woes How Edinson Cavani can fire Manchester United back to greatness Whether Arsenal have actually progressed at all since Unai Emery was sacked Who will finish higher out of Chelsea and Tottenham And much, much more
11/30/20201 hour, 3 minutes, 57 seconds
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218: The life and times of Napoli and Diego Maradona

On this special edition of the OneFootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio. It is fair to say Maradona led an eventful life and his time at Napoli was perhaps the peak of that. Francesco is here to tell you all about the football, his life off the pitch and why what he did there was one of the biggest miracles in football history.
11/27/202023 minutes, 2 seconds
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217: RIP Maradona, sensational Sociedad and a short history of Spurs

We're back with another Euro podcast special. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Marcos Monteiro. The pod begins with reaction to the sad passing of one of the game's greats, Diego Maradona, before moving on to talk all things Champions League. We're back on on our LaLiga thing so Manu Dominguez is here to explain to us all why Real Sociedad are top of the table and why Barça are in such a state. And then, we are joined by Matt Frohlich for our latest version of A short history of ... .
11/26/20201 hour, 21 minutes, 7 seconds
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216: José punctures Pep, Gunners fire blanks and LFC keep on truckin'

On this week's episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Matt Frohlich. Was Pep Guardiola wrong to sign a new contract with Manchester City? Can Tottenham and Chelsea win the title, or will Liverpool walk it again? Have Manchester United turned another corner? And is there any hope for the sides struggling down the bottom? We answered all of those questions (and many more!) in our comprehensive review of the Premier League weekend.
11/23/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 53 seconds
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215: Ole strikes back, title favourites draw and can we chill with the penalties?

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And as usual, there's a lot to unpack. What does Sunday’s draw at the Etihad mean for the title race? Is it time for Mikel Arteta to go back to the drawing board? Has Ole Gunnar Solskjaer silenced his critics? Can Chelsea legitimately challenge for the title? Can Tottenham? Can Leicester? Can Southampton!? We answered all of those questions (and many more!) in our comprehensive review of the Premier League Weekend.
11/9/20201 hour, 10 minutes, 5 seconds
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214: Jota v Firmino, WSL update and a short history of Fiorentina

We're back with another Euro podcast special. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Angelina Kelly. We're back on the the Champions League tip and Angelina is here to detail a big week in the Women's Super League and elsewhere. And then, we are joined by Chloe Beresford four our latest version of A short history of ... .
11/5/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 43 seconds
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213: Chelsea are clicking, Arsenal are purring and Man United are back

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Pádraig Whelan. And what an interesting weekend it was! Arsenal are back in business but Manchester United are back to square one. There were good wins for Chelsea, Tottenham, Leicester and Southampton, but have Everton and Aston Villa hit the buffers? And with leaky Liverpool to come next weekend, why have Manchester City become so wasteful? We discussed all those talking points (and many more!) in our comprehensive review of the Premier League Weekend.
11/3/20201 hour, 6 minutes, 42 seconds
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212: Not so Super League, Milan's revival and Champions League roundup

We're back with another Euro podcast special. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Padraig Whelan, Angelina Kelly and Marcos Monteiro. We're back on the the Champions League tip and we're back on an all things Serie A tip. And then, Marcos is there to talk us through the latest version of A short history of ... . Remember: if you have any suggestions for a history of a club, send them over to [email protected]
10/29/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 13 seconds
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211: Everyone's tired but Spurs are on fire! Could they win the title?

On this week’s episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray. We’re getting tired just watching the Premier League at the moment and though it wasn’t the best weekend of football in terms of quality, there was still plenty to talk about. We left no stone unturned as we discussed all 10 matches and answered such questions as … Should this be Pep Guardiola’s last season at Manchester City? Will Liverpool struggle without Virgil van Dijk? Are Arsenal fans beginning to lose patience with Mikel Arteta? Why is Donny van de Beek not getting a game for Manchester United? And could Tottenham Hotspur actually win the league?
10/27/20201 hour, 12 minutes, 50 seconds
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210: Champions League review, el Clásico, a short history of Frankfurt

Your Euro trash podcast is back. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Manu Dominguez and Nico Heymer, With the boring old international break out of the way, this tine around the podcast focuses on the midweek Champions League action and previews the upcoming Clásico. And then, Nico is there to talk us through the latest version of A short history of ... .
10/22/202053 minutes, 29 seconds
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209: Late goals, bad tackles, VAR drama and keep your hands to yourself

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Phil Costa and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And it's an eventful one after a dramatic weekend. Did Jordan Pickford mean to maim Virgil van Dijk? Has Ole Gunnar Solskjaer bought himself some valuable time? Do Spurs have the stones for a title challenge? Are Chelsea defensively doomed under Frank Lampard? And what’s with Sergio Agüero’s wandering hands? We answer all of those questions – and more! – as we discuss all eight games from the weekend’s Premier League action.
10/19/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 20 seconds
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208: A Premier League best XI v a European best XI

They said it would never happen again. But it has. Ian McCourt and Dan Burke are back on the same podcast. Since it is international week and we want to avoid all talk of that, we have come up with a simple idea. A Premier League XI v a Euro XI. Dan in his bucket hat smiley and baggy jeans and a T-shirt that says Trip with Acid is representing the Premier League. Ian in his tight trousers, loafers with no socks and a navy knitted sweater knotted around his shoulders is representing Europe. There is only one rule: we had to pick players who played from 1992 onwards. (Oh, and Ian cannot have players who played in the Premier League. He didn't want that Ronaldo, anyway.)
10/14/202056 minutes, 11 seconds
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207: Is England's Project Big Picture really just a Big Pisstake?

Over the weekend, a world exclusive by the Sunday Telegraph revealed plans by some of England’s major clubs for "the biggest changes to English football in a generation and an extraordinary overhaul of the Premier League". On this special edition of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke and Alex Mott discuss the pros and cons of Project Big Picture. Is this actually a progressive move aimed at rescuing Football League clubs from financial peril or a shameless power grab by the clubs at the top of the food chain?
10/12/202028 minutes, 52 seconds
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206: Götze's great return, how a transfer works and a short history of Crystal Palace

Your favourite art-house movie watching, Kombucha sipping European and world football podcast is here. Again. This time around Ian McCourt is joined by Benjamin Kuhlhoff, Francesco Porzio and, this is quite special, the Athletic's Dominic Fifield. Benni is here to talk us through the latest Bundesliga going-ons. Francesco is here to talk us through the inner workings of the transfer market. And Dominic is here to talk us through his beloved Crystal Palace. Remember: we now have a Premier League podcast which comes out every Monday and if you have any suggestions for a history of a club, send them over to [email protected]
10/7/20201 hour, 14 minutes, 20 seconds
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205: Villa smash Liverpool! Spurs thrash United! WTF is going on!?

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is once again joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And there's a lot to talk about! What on earth happened to Liverpool in their 7-2 shellacking at Aston Villa? Was their 6-1 defeat to Tottenham a new low for Manchester United and what will it take for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be sacked? Are Manchester City in transition this season and is that OK? Could Everton actually challenge for the Premier League title? We answer all of those questions - and more! - in a bumper review of one of the craziest weekends in living memory.
10/6/20201 hour, 14 minutes, 20 seconds
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204: Messi v Ronaldo, Man Utd's Group of Death and aren't draws boring?

On this special bonus edition of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott to discuss the Champions League and Europa League draws. It's going to be Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo in Group G, while Manchester United have been drawn in a Group of Death with Paris Saint-Germain. We discuss all that and more, along with some interesting ties in the Europa League.
10/2/202015 minutes, 16 seconds
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203: All hail Ansu Fati, going Dutch and a short history of Celtic

Your favourite art-watching, green-tea-drinking, European and world football focused podcast is here. And this week Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez, Padraig Whelan and Michiel Jongsma. LaLiga enjoyed the company of both Real Madrid and Barcelona this past weekend so it make sense to start there first. And there is so much to talk about from them two as well as Atlético Madrid and the latest from Leo Messi. The fun does no stop there. We have an old, old friend of the podcast, Michiel Jongsma, on the line to keep us up to speed on all things Eredivisie and the Dutch national team and our Short history of ... section this week features one of Scotland and Europe's finest clubs: Celtic. Remember: we now have a Premier League podcast which comes out every Monday and if you have any suggestions for a history of a club, send them over to [email protected]
9/30/20201 hour, 16 minutes, 47 seconds
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202: Pep and Frank under pressure, Ole time and VAR is killing the game

On this week's episode of the Premier League Weekend Review podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. And what an eventful weekend it was! There was a big defeat for Manchester City, crazy games at the Amex and the Hawthorns, and more handball controversy than should be considered healthy. We discussed all eight matches and came up with some novel/stupid ideas for how football could be improved.
9/28/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 7 seconds
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201: Pirlo's debut, Lyon's woes and a short history of Flamengo

Your favourite cultured, latte-sipping, European and world football focused podcast is back. Huzzah. And this week Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio and, débutant, Jibril Diop. This time around sees the pod return to Serie A to examine Pirlo's coaching debut, Inter's transfer talks and a slick looking Napoli. We also take a trip to France to talk Lyon's woes, the stars of the Rennes show and Saint-Étienne And that's not all. We have the second instalment of the brand new shiny section in which friends of the pod get to give a deep dive into the history of their club. This time around it is Joana Bueno on her beloved Flamengo. Remember: we now have a Premier League podcast which comes out every Monday and if you have any suggestions for a history of a club, send them over to [email protected]
9/23/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 53 seconds
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200: Thiago arrives, Spurs hit five, Ole stalls and goals galore

There were 39 goals scored in the Premier League this weekend and in our Weekend Review Podcast, we went through all eight games with a fine tooth comb. Are Liverpool now heavy favourites for the title? Is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer out of his depth at Manchester United? What’s going on between José Mourinho and Dele Alli? Is Bernd Leno the right goalkeeper for Arsenal? Will Dominic Calvert-Lewin make the England squad next summer? Do Leeds fans need to worry about their defending? Is Tariq Lamptey the next big thing? And why have there been so many goals in the Premier League this season? We answered all of those questions – and more! – on the 200th episode of the OneFootball Podcast.
9/21/20201 hour, 50 seconds
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199: Is Messi OK? The Bundesliga is back and a short history of Inter Milan

European football is back. And to talk about it, Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez and Helge Wohltmann. There is talk of Leo Messi, Koeman's future, Bale and how Zidane will approach this season, as well as Leipzig, Mönchengladbach and a full Bundesliga preview. And that's not all. We have a brand new shiny section in which friends of the pod get to give a deep dive into the history of their club. Kicking this off is an old friend of the pod and Sempre Inter founder, Nima Tavallaey, on his beloved Inter Milan. Remember: we now have a Premier League podcast which comes out every Monday and if you have any suggestions for a history of a club, send them over to [email protected]
9/17/20201 hour, 4 minutes, 23 seconds
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198: Brand new Premier League Weekend Review podcast!

The Premier League is back and to celebrate, we're launching a special new iteration of the OneFootball Podcast. From now on we'll be bringing you two podcasts per week; a Premier League Weekend Review on a Monday, followed by the usual OneFootball Podcast later in the week. In this episode, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray to pick the bones out of the 2020/21 opening weekend. Are the good times on their way back for Arsenal? Do Liverpool have cause for concern? Are Everton the real deal? Is big Andy Carroll back to his best? Can West Brom and Fulham stay up? And is there hope for VAR yet? We answered all of those questions - and more - in the first ever Premier League Weekend Review.
9/14/20201 hour, 1 minute, 46 seconds
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197: The Premier League is back. Back again

The Premier League is back. This weekend. Yeah, we don't believe it either. But believe it or not it is, and so Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke and Alex Mott to discuss it all. We start with Leeds and their season, before Man City and where they need to improve, before examining Chelsea's transfer window and wondering why James Rodriguez has done one to Everton. All of that and more in this week's OneFootball Podcast.
9/9/202046 minutes, 59 seconds
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196: Lionel Messi bombshell special reaction podcast

The football world was rocked to its very foundations on Tuesday by the news that Lionel Messi has decided to leave Barcelona. To sift through the rubble of that bombshell, Dan Burke is joined by Manu Dominguez and Lewis Ambrose. How has it come to this? Where will Messi go next? And what does the future hold for Barcelona without their greatest ever player? All of those questions and more are answered here.
8/26/202025 minutes, 33 seconds
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195: Bayern are the best, Lopetegui's redemption and Més Koe un club

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Joana Bueno and Pádraig Whelan. Bayern Munich are kings of the world! Lewis explains how Hansi Flick's team became the best on the planet, while Joana reveals what might have been going through Neymar's mind after Paris Saint-Germain came so close to European glory. There's also plenty of praise for Julen Lopetegui after he guided Sevilla to the Europa League, and Pádraig offers the latest on Antonio Conte's tumultuous affair with Inter. Then it's time to preview the Women's Champions League semi-finals before the panel discuss Ronald Koeman's arrival at Barcelona. And if that weren't enough, there's also time to talk about a few of the interesting transfer stories doing the rounds.
8/25/20201 hour, 27 seconds
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194: "Rock Bottom"

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Where do we start this week? Oh yeah, with the shambles that is Barcelona. And where do we go after that? Oh yeah, yet another Champions League exit for Manchester City. And where do end up? With a preview of the Champions League semi-finals. What more could you want?
8/18/202040 minutes, 19 seconds
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193: Pirlo takes charge of Juve and why Atalanta will beat PSG

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Padraig Whelan, Dan Burke and Joel Sanderson-Murray. There is only one place to start. Andrea Pirlo. What happened? What was the background to this? Why didn't they go for the obvious choice? What's on his to-do list? And what will Cristiano Ronaldo make of it all? Oh, and there is also the small matter of the Champions League quarter-finals.
8/11/202044 minutes, 34 seconds
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192: Our bumper 2019/20 Premier League season review

On this week’s episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich and Joel Sanderson-Murray. It’s a big review of the 2019/20 Premier League season in which we discuss every single club, from Liverpool all the way down to Norwich. We also cringe when thinking about our pre-season predictions, and there’s a few funny clips littered throughout the show too.
7/29/20201 hour, 22 minutes, 12 seconds
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191: Liverpool's coronation, Depor's relegation, Juve's capitulation?

On this week's episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is once again joined by the OneFootball Newsroom's English, Spanish and Italian correspondents. Manuel Dominguez and Daniel Cadena Jordan hand out some end of season awards in LaLiga Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray discuss all this week's goings on in the Premier League And Francesco Porzio and Davide Zanelli discuss the tussle for places at the top of Serie A
7/24/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 18 seconds
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190: CAS rules everything around me, awesome Atalanta and all hail the new Kings of Spain

On the new episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is once again joined by a range of guests from the OneFootball Newsroom. Francesco Porzio and Davide Zanelli talk Juventus, Atalanta, Sassuolo and various other Serie A topics Manuel Dominguez and Daniel Cadena Jordan celebrate Real Madrid's title challenge and ponder how Barcelona come back from this Lewis Ambrose and Pádraig Whelan discuss Manchester City's CAS victory, Liverpool's Arsenal defeat, and many more Premier League talking points And we answer a number of excellent questions sent in by our listeners
7/17/20201 hour, 6 minutes, 47 seconds
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189: Special edition podcast! We're all going on a European tour

On this week’s very special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by not one, not two but EIGHT different guests from the OneFootball Newsroom. It’s essentially four mini podcasts for the price of one as we take a whistle-stop tour of European football. Helge Wohltmann and Antonia Hennigs review the Bundesliga season Francesco Porzio and Davide Zanelli talk all things Serie A Jaione Belza and Manuel Dominguez discuss the problems at Barcelona and various other LaLiga topics And Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray are here to dissect Manchester City vs Liverpool and the rest of the Premier League week Honestly, what more could you ask for?
7/3/20201 hour, 21 minutes, 46 seconds
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188: Liverpool finally did it! So how can we stop them doing it again?

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Joel is exultant as his beloved Liverpool have finally ended their three-decade wait for a league title. We talk about that plus plenty of other Premier League stuff, such as ... Is Jürgen Klopp a better manager than Pep Guardiola? What else do Chelsea need to become a real force next season? What is happening behind the scenes at Arsenal? Do we owe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer an apology? And what is the greatest miss of all-time? What more could you want?
6/26/20201 hour, 49 seconds
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187: David Lolz, Timo Werner joins Chelsea and what's up with CR7?

The Premier League is back and so is the Onefootball Podcast. This week Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Pádraig Whelan and Alejandro Diago. On the agenda this week are questions such as ... WTF is wrong with David Luiz? How can Bayern Munich be stopped? Will Eden Hazard make the difference for Real Madrid? What's happened to Cristiano Ronaldo? And who are our football heroes? What more could you want?
6/18/202059 minutes, 15 seconds
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186: The Liverpool view, a trip to Italy and the GOAT club teams

It's time for another episode of the Onefootball Podcast. Stand-in host Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Joel Sanderson-Murray. On the agenda this week are questions such as ... Is Bayern Munich's Bundesliga dominance becoming a problem? Why is Mario Balotelli in trouble again? Who will win the LaLiga title? How do Liverpool fans really feel about ending their long wait for Premier League glory? And who is the greatest club side of all-time? What more could you want?
6/10/202057 minutes, 6 seconds
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185: Player protests, Premier League stories and revisiting 1970s Brazil

 The Onefootball podcast is back. Again. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke. Again! Joana Bueno. Again! Benni Kuhlhoff. Not again! (Yes, we did write all those agains just for that joke. Again. Uuuuf.) Here is what is on the podcast agenda this week: The greatest Champions League comeback How not to break up with someone before a Champions League final The latest round of the Bundesliga AKA the Schalke pain train What will the main storylines be when the Premier League returns Travelling back in time to Brazil in the 1970s What more could you want?
6/4/202058 minutes, 4 seconds
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184: DER KLAASSSSSIKER, Newcastle's takeover and Kaká > Pelé

The Onefootball podcast is back. Again. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke. Again! Joana Bueno. Again! Benni Kuhlhoff. Not again! (Yes, we did write all those agains just for that joke.) Here is what is on the podcast agenda this week: DER KLAASSSSSIKER. And the rest of the midweek action in the Bundesliga Newcastle's takeover And why Kaká is better than Pelé. Or the top 5 Brazilian footballers of all time. What more could you want? More podcasts, right? Well, we will back next week.
5/28/202054 minutes, 30 seconds
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183: Has anyone made the Schalke null vier joke yet?

After a long, long break, the Onefootball podcast is back. And so too is actual football. Is that a coincidence? No. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke, Nico Heymer and Joana Bueno. So yeh, (Bundesliga) football. Is. Back. Do we need to say more? Yes. The podcast crew break down the weekend action across the Bundesliga from Bayern v Union to Dortmund v Schalke via the latest from RB Leipzig. There are also a few other topics to discuss, like the return of the Premier League (should it even come back?); the return of lower leagues (can they come back?); and the rest of what has gone down in Europe. What more could you want? More football? Yeah us too.
5/19/202046 minutes, 2 seconds
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182: Liverpool's losing streak, the end of German football and Uni Lewy

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Nico Heymer and Helge Wohltmann. We can only start in place this week and that is with the Bundesliga and everything that happened last weekend. We discuss what happened, why it happened, what it means for German football, what it means for the ultras and what it means for the future of the Bundesliga and German football. There is also a few other topics to discuss, like Liverpool losing a Premier League game of football in, like, forever and all the midweek FA Cup action and an amazing Robert Lewandowski fact.  What more could you want?
3/5/202049 minutes, 47 seconds
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181: Slick City, we love the EFL Cup and the return of El Clásico

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Dan Burke and Joana Bueno. Yes, the same crew are back. And so too  is the Champions League. There was Real Madrid v Manchester City. A re-enactment of the 2012 final, with not quite the same ending. Juve v Lyon. And Barzzzzzelona v Napoli. So, lots to talk about. Speaking of Real Madrid and Barcelona, this week sees the season's second instalment of El Clásico. We preview the biggest game in world football. And speaking of the biggest games in world football ... it's the League Cup final. What more could you want?
2/27/202059 minutes, 1 second
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180: Haaland the hero, Man City's Brexit, picking the wrong 5-a-side team

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Forhlich, Dan Burke and Joana Bueno. The Champions League is back and thank the Lord for that. So it turns out Erling Braut Haaland is even better than we thought. Liverpool are not invincible. Spurs look to be going out and ... Atalanta ... wow! Speaking of the Champions League. Last week saw the bombshell news that Manchester City have been banned for two years. What does it mean? What will happen next? And will it mean a mass exodus at the club? Dan reports. We also talk about the odd events at Barcelona, the signing of Martin Braithwaite, and we pick a 5 a side team from the top leagues. One of us gets it very wrong. What more could you want?
2/20/202056 minutes, 24 seconds
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179: The rise of Verona, working under Wilder and tschuss Jürgen

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Helge Wohltmann, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. Serie A is crazy right now. Inter are back on (joint) top. Juventus are losing. Lazio could win the league. And everyone is talking about Verona and how good they are. Speaking of wild, there was that storm at the weekend and Chris Wilder (see what we did there?) is talking his team to fifth in the Premier League. A former player of his speaks. A lack of Premier League action means we can focus on the Championship title race too. And finally, to the Bundesliga. Why has Jürgen Klinsmann said so long to Berlin? Well, it's a complicated one but luckily, Helge has brought along his notes. What more could you want?
2/12/202050 minutes, 6 seconds
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178: Worst. Window. Ever? Man City's misery. A trip to the Netherlands

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Matt Frohlich and Joana Bueno. And for the last time for a few months, we open with the transfer section of the podcast. There is Odion Ighalo, there is Pablo Marí explained and are there signs that Kylian Mbappé is getting ideas above his station. With that done, it is time to dive deep into all things Premier league. There is talk of Manchester City's demise. There is talk of Liverpool (are they the greatest?) and there is even some FA Cup chat too. And with that done, Joana has been spending way too much time watching Eredivisie, so she needs to talk to us about all of that. What more could you want?
2/5/202049 minutes, 6 seconds
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177: Even more transfer talk, Real's rebirth and Klopp's comments

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez, Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. We can only start in one place: the transfer window. It is, says the cliche, about to slam shut and we have the latest on who is going and not going. With that done, it is time to talk LaLiga. And there is a lot to talk about. The rebirth of Real Madrid. Barça under new management. The end of Atlético Madrid? And a Madrid derby to salivate over. And with that done, we tackle the midweek action in the League Cup, discuss those Klopp comments on the FA Cup and preview Spurs v Manchester City. What more could you want?
1/30/202047 minutes, 34 seconds
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176: Haaland's heroics, feeling sorry for Mustafi and transfer window latest

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Matt Frohlich and Helge Wohltmann. There is no Francesco this week but that does not mean the transfer rumour mill has stopped. We have the latest on Cavani, Fernandes, Werner and Boateng. And a few more to boot. With that done, it is time to talk Bundesliga. It's back. And the headline grabber was a 19 year old striker. Guess who? There is also some strong Hertha talk, some Bayern talk and some RB Leipzig talk. And with that done, we tackle the midweek action in the Premier League from Arsenal's draw to the relegation favourites via the bad news at Old Trafford.   What more could you want?
1/23/20201 hour, 1 minute, 7 seconds
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175: Adéu Valverde, new improved Arsenal and Fernandes to United?

On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Francesco Porzio and Phil Costa. There is only one place to start: Barcelona. Valverde has been sacked, Quique Setién has been appointed and Luis Suarez has been ruled out for the rest of the season. That is a lot to talk about. After that, it is time to focus on the transfer window. There is talk of Vidal, Eriksen, Werner and, of course, the big one: Bruno Fernandes and his big money move to Manchester United. Finally, the pod is rounded off by some Mastermind chat, Arsenal chat and Serie A chat . What more could you want?
1/16/202051 minutes, 42 seconds
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174: Ibrahimovic is back, transfer window latest and down with VAR

After a long Xmas break, the Onefootball Podcast is back. On this week's episode Ian McCourt is joined by Matthew Frohlich, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. First up: Transfer madness. Zlatan Ibrahimovic madness. Erling Braut Haaland sanity. And why Ashley Young moving to Inter actually makes sense. After that. The last few weeks have throw up 1,000 talking points from the Premier League – yes, 1,000, we counted them all – but we have boiled them down to the most important 5 – or is it 6, or 7 - from Liverpool's domination to too many games and , of course, VAR. Finally, there has been tons going on in Italy and Francesco has the lowdown on all of that.
1/9/202052 minutes
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173: Boring, boring Barça, Arteta's Arsenal inbox and winning a car

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Helge Wohltmann and Phil Costa. Up first is the big draw from Monday. No, not the Europa League one. The other one. The crew make predications that will almost certainly come back to haunt them, as they name the winner of each upcoming tie. After that, it is time to go to Barcelona and the smaller matter of (the rearranged) El Clásico. Or El Snoozico as no one is calling it. Then there is the League Cup in England; Mikel Arteta as the soon-to-be Arsenal manager; an Englische Woche in Germany (where else would it be?); and the Club World Cup! This is is the last podcast for this year. Thanks to you all for listening and for all your questions, comments, reviews and ratings throughout the year. Should you miss us, you can always check out the back catalogue wherever you get your podcast hit.
12/19/201945 minutes, 2 seconds
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172: Inter flop, Man City in crisis and can Gladbach win the Bundesliga?

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Alex Mott and Benni Kuhlhoff. First up is the midweek action from the Champions League. There was Inter's defeat. Ancelotti's sacking. Frank Lampard working miracles. And much more besides. After that, it is time to go to Manchester. There is plenty to talk about for both big clubs but especially City, and the crisis they currently find themselves in. The final destination of the podcast this week is Germany, where Cologne are a mess and we ask: can Gladbach really win the league? Answer: maybe. What more could you want?
12/12/201949 minutes, 1 second
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171: The chaos edition: Arsenal! Juventus (and Ronaldo)! Napoli! Spain!

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Lewis Ambrose and Manu Dominguez. It was Spurs last week; it is Arsenal this week. Where did it all go wrong for Unai Emery? And who is next? Lewis Ambrose fills us in. Elsewhere, in Serie A. Inter are top. Napoli are in crisis mode. And so too is Ronaldo. Francesco fills us in. And, in Spain, Sevilla are back, Real Madrid are back and Antoine Griezmann went back to the Wanda. Manu fills us in. And hey, we even answer your questions and chat a little about the Ballon d'Or. Not bad, eh?
12/5/201958 minutes, 10 seconds
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170: Mourinho is back, the greatest weekend ever and Union on the rise

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Matt Frohlich and Benni Kuhlhoff. Sorry about the no-show podcast last week. Illness got in the way. But it's not like we missed anything big, is it? Apparently, Spurs sacked their coach – whoever that was – and hired a new one – José something or other – so the crew discuss all that. As a Flamengo fan, Joana had the greatest weekend of her life.  She has all the details on the final, the league title and what next for the Rio club. There is also talk of Pochettino at Bayern, Dortmund's need for a new coach (or players?) and why Union Berlin are the best team in the Bundesliga right now. And hey, we even cram in some Champions League talk too. Not bad, eh?
11/28/201945 minutes, 40 seconds
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169: Pep losing it, Messi's back and arguing over the team of the decade

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Matt Frohlich and Nico Heymer. It may be international week but that does not mean there is nothing to talk about. Nico has the latest on the happenings at Bayern, after they hammered Dortmund and gives you the lowdown on Germany's upcoming fixtures. Joanna and Matt, like everyone else, watched Pep lose it, Liverpool win it and wondered how on Earth Unai Emery still has a job. There is also talk of Brazil v Argentina and which footballer we would like to be our roommate. Finally. There is the big one. Who makes our team of the decade?
11/13/201956 minutes, 30 seconds
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168: Comeback craziness, Liverpool v City and what next for Bayern?

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Matt Frohlich and Benni Kuhloff. There is only one place to start this week: the sacking of Niko Kovac. Why did it happen? What will happen next? And who is the right person to take over? Benni has some of the answers. When that is done, it is time to talk about the crazy midweek action in the Champions League from Chelsea's comeback to Rodrygo via Erling Haaland. And then attentions are turned to a huge weekend in the Premier League, where Leicester take on Arsenal and Manchester City travel to Anfield to face Liverpool. We also talk Scrabble, all things Brazil and, of course, we answer your questions along the way. Good, no?
11/7/201954 minutes, 32 seconds
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167: Lewandowski magic, invisible balls and what to do with Xhaka?

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez, Pádraig Whelan and Nico Heymer. With Nico back, it is time to talk about quite the weekend in the Bundesliga from Lewandowski's brilliance to the rise of Borussia Mönchengladbach and much more. When that is done, attentions are turned to LaLiga, where the ball cannot be seen and there was a team on top of the table that is not called Barcelona or Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid. With that done, Pádraig is eager to talk about Arsenal (where nothing seems to be going right), Leicester (where everything seems to be going right) and the midweek League Cup action. Oh, and we answer your questions along the way. What more could you want?
10/31/201952 minutes, 47 seconds
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166: The mess at Dortmund, Libertadores fun and Sterling for Ballon d'Or?

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio. The Champions League is back and so too is the nominees for the Ballon d'Or – should Raheem Sterling win it? – and that is where today's podcast gets going. With that out of the way, it is time for a deep dive into Real Madrid and the problems at Dortmund right now. With that done, it is time to look ahead to the big game in the Premier League this weekend – Liverpool v Tottenham – and the big, big mess at Spurs. With that fully examined, talk turns to the mess at Milan, the Copa Libertadores and your questions. What more could you want?
10/24/20191 hour, 37 seconds
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165: Power Serge in London, Barça battle back and nominative determinism

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Pádraig Whelan, Nico Heymer and Francesco Porzio. It's a Champions League special and where else could we begin but Tuesday night's massacre in north London? Is the writing on the wall for Mauricio Pochettino now? Is Harry Kane a shadow of his former self? And can Bayern Munich win the Champions League this season? There's also plenty of discussion about the game of two halves at Camp Nou on Wednesday, along with all the other big talking points of the week.
10/4/20191 hour, 33 seconds
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164: Ole's '99 problems and why Fifa's awards were The Worst

On the new episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Tobi Herrmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan. And there's a lot to unpack. After their dismal performance at West Ham on Sunday, is this the beginning of the end for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United? And how long do Mauricio Pochettino and Marco Silva have left in their respective jobs? There's also plenty of outrage following the ridiculousness of Fifa's The Best Awards this week, before we check in with what's going in on the Bundesliga and LaLiga.
9/25/201959 minutes, 55 seconds
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163: The Champions League is back, the Milan derby and Emery out?

The new Onefootball Podcast is, like SWV, right here. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Matt Frolich and, debutant, Manuel Dominguez. The Champions League is back! And thank the Lord for that. We go through the most important games, discussing all that went down. And so too is the Serie A chat. Francesco talks about the latest depressing incidents of racism, the Milan derby and the league's upcoming stars. Matt, meanwhile chats about Norwich's shock victory over Manchester City and Unai Emery's chances of survival. Finally, Manu brings us up to speed on all things Valencia and we answer your questions.
9/19/201957 minutes, 40 seconds
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162: Why Inter can win Serie A, a rant about goals and being a mascot

The new Onefootball Podcast is here. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Bruna Fernandez and Andrea Agostinelli. You asked for Serie A chat. You got some Serie A chat. Andrea is here to talk everything from Lukaku to Inter's title bid via the new Juventus. Matt is also here. He will fill you in on the latest from England's international break and preview the weekend action in the Premier League. And, finally, Bruna is here to let us know how the French did in their two games and let us know what we should look out for this weekend in Ligue 1. What more could you want?
9/12/201955 minutes, 40 seconds
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161: Trouble at Liverpool, transfer window closes, what next for Neymar and PSG?

The new Onefootball Podcast is on. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Bruna Fernandez and Joana Bueno. The transfer window has slammed shut. And in spectacular fashion. There was no move for Neymar but there was one for Icardi. But what does that mean for PSG? And what does that all mean for Neymar? We answer that and more. Elsewhere, there was an action packed weekend in the Premier League to catch up on, as well as the latest from Gareth Southgate's latest squad. Joana also has the latest from the Copa Libertadores and the Brazilian Serie A and when all of that is done, we also answer your questions What more could you want?
9/5/201949 minutes, 51 seconds
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160: Being a City fan, a kebab tale and will Griezmann succeed at Barça?

The new Onefootball Podcast is right here. Well not here but two sentences below. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Benni Kuhlhoff. We have yet to cover all things LaLiga this season so we are correcting that in this episode. That means there is plenty of Antoine Griezmann talk, plenty of problems at Real Madrid talk, plenty of Atlético Madrid chat and plenty more. Since Dan is on the pod, there is time to talk about being a Manchester City fan in the current climate, as well as all that went on during the weekend in the Premier League. We also answer your questions, finally get around to doing that taste test and we give Benni some time to talk about his beloved Bundesliga. What more could you want?
8/28/201952 minutes, 33 seconds
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159: The rise of Eduardo Camavinga and where will Bayern fit Coutinho?

The Onefootball Podcast is here for you. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Bruna Fernandez, Nico Heymer and Joana Bueno. Last week was all about the Premier League but this week we are casting our net somewhat further. We have all the reaction to Bayern's opening day draw, as well as the signing of Coutinho (and others) and the best of the rest in the Bundesliga. We have all things Ligue 1 from the shambles at Marseille to PSG's defeat via the revival of Lyon. Oh, and we have all that good Premier League stuff too and answer your questions. This podcast was super fun. You are going to enjoy it. What more could you want?
8/22/201952 minutes, 40 seconds
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158: City crush, kill, Lampard's loss and can Spurs live without Eriksen?

The Onefootball Podcast is back for the new season. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Pádraig Whelan, Matt Frolich and Joana Bueno. This week is all about one thing: the Premier League. There is all the reaction to Manchester City's thumping of West Ham. Manchester United's thumping of Chelsea. And all that was in between. Plus, there are your questions answered, a preview of some upcoming games and a little bit of transfer talk too. What more could you want?
8/15/201945 minutes, 25 seconds
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157: Pogba's future, Bayern's broken squad and is Neymar right for Barça?

The Onefootball Podcast is on. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Benni Kuhlhoff and Joana Bueno. This week is all about one thing: transfers. The crew go through the Neymar saga. Do Barça need him? Who makes way should he arrive? And are the Catalan club spending their money wisely? After that, there is plenty going on in the Bundesliga this summer from Mats Hummels' return to Dortmund and Bayern's squad via that referee fitness test. Lastly, there is talk of Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire and in spending no money, are Liverpool sensible or stupid? What more could you want?
7/18/201953 minutes, 9 seconds
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156: USA on top (again!), our World Cup awards and well done Brazil

The Onefootball Podcast is ready. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Bruna Fernandez and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González. There is loads going down this week. USA are the champions of the world, one more time, despite the best efforts of the Netherlands. The crew look at the final and reveal where Rose Lavelle was last time around. Elsewhere, now that the World cup is done, there are the much coveted Onefootball awards to hand out. And there is even a little Copa América chat. What more could you want?
7/9/201947 minutes, 41 seconds
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155: A storm in a tea cup, Messi madness and transfer silly season

On the new Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Nathalia Araújo, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Padraig Whelan. It's been a week of epic semi-finals and the gang start by dissecting the UWSNT's dramatic Women's World Cup victory over England's Lionesses. Was Alex Morgan's tea-sipping celebration disrespectful? Did Phil Neville get his tactics wrong? And why did Hillary Clinton have the last laugh? After previewing Sunday's Women's World Cup final, it's then time to look back over the Copa América semi-finals, where Brazil sunk Argentina and Peru shocked Chile. Is that it for Lionel Messi's international career? And is Brazil's name on the trophy, or could there be another twist on Sunday? And to wrap up, there's a big discussion about some of the summer transfer window's biggest movers and shakers. Neymar, Antoine Griezmann, João Félix, Rodri, Frank Lampard and many more.
7/5/201959 minutes, 24 seconds
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154: The great Rapinoe, a Messi problem and football's coming ...

The Onefootball Podcast is here for you. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Joana Bueno and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González. Once more, there is a lot on the table. England beat Norway to make it of the semi-finals of the World Cup. USA continue to march on led by the inspirational Rapinoe. And one of Europe's finest, in the shape of the Netherlands of Sweden, will be Women's World Cup finalists. There is Copa América! There is that huge, huge game between Brazil and Argentina, while Chile battle on and Peru caused a major shock.
7/1/201944 minutes, 11 seconds
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153: England in, Brazil out, Neville mad and why captains must curse

The Onefootball Podcast is in the house. And Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Joana Bueno and Nathalia Araújo. And there is a lot to talk about. There is Women's World Cup! There is Brazil's exit! There is that game between England and Cameroon! There is VAR! There is Copa América! There is transfers! (Yes, we promise we will get to them this week.)
6/26/201946 minutes, 45 seconds
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152: The brilliance of Marta, goal celebrations and can Spain beat USA?

The Onefootball Podcast is back! And Ian McCourt is joined by Alejandro de la Cruz Diago Gonzalez,  Jaione Belza Guede and Lewis Ambrose. If you thought the summer was a quiet time for football, how wrong you were. There is Women's World Cup! And it is time to examine the group stages, from Argentina to Ada Hegerberg via what we have loved about the tournament so far.
6/21/201935 minutes, 46 seconds
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151: Liverpool and Chelsea are kings of Europe and here comes the summer

On the final Onefootball Podcast of the season, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Alex Mott and Helge Wohltmann. And our gift to you is a bumper recap of the Champions League and Europa League finals. Are Liverpool now the undisputed best team in Europe? Or were they actually there for the taking in Madrid? And where does Chelsea's triumph over Arsenal in Baku leave Eden Hazard, Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery? There's also plenty of time to look ahead to what promises to be an interesting summer. Is the Uefa Nations League coming home? What happened to Germany coach Joachim Löw in the gym this week? And who is going to win the Women's World Cup?
6/4/201956 minutes, 7 seconds
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150: Our European season review and could a Super League actually work?

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Tobi Herrmann, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Andrea Agostinelli. In the penultimate podcast of the season, it's time to look back over everything that happened in the Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga this year. Could next year be Borussia Dortmund's year? Who will be the next coach of Juventus? And will Real Madrid and Atlético push Barcelona harder in 2019/20? We answer all those questions and many more, before handing out some end of season awards. And to finish, we ponder whether a European Super League might not be such a major disaster for football after all.
5/23/20191 hour, 2 minutes, 52 seconds
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149: A big Premier League season review and our end of season awards

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, an emotional Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Lewis Ambrose and Phil Costa. And we've got a bumper review of what has been a magnificent season of Premier League football, beginning with Manchester City's title triumph on the final day. Must City now be considered the greatest Premier League side of all-time? And will Liverpool be back again to push them all the way next season? After that we review the seasons had by every single other Premier League club before dishing out some end of season awards.
5/15/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 42 seconds
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148: Miracles do happen, England reigns supreme and the PL season finale

On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Helge Wohltmann and Pádraig Whelan. And what an unbelievable week of football it has been. We’ve had Vincent Kompany’s stunner against Leicester, a magical European night at Anfield and another magical European night in Amsterdam all capped off nicely by the Europa League semi-finals. All of that is covered in the podcast before we look ahead to what could be a dramatic final day of the Premier League season and answer loads of questions from our loyal listeners.
5/10/20191 hour, 1 minute, 16 seconds
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147: Messi magic, amazing Ajax and the Europa League semi-finals

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Nico Heymer and Lewis Ambrose. The podcast is coming at you a day later than usual so we could talk about Thursday night's Europa League semi-final action. But before that, there was a comprehensive review of this week's two Champions League semi-final ties. Are Ajax the real deal or has this season just been the perfect storm for them? Did Mauricio Pochettino get his team selection wrong in the first leg and with Son Heung-min back from suspension for the second leg, can Spurs turn this thing around? Elsewhere, what went wrong for Liverpool at Camp Nou? And did Lionel Messi's performance finally cement his status as the greatest ever? We answer all of those questions and many, many more.
5/3/201958 minutes, 59 seconds
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146: Man City’s derby delight leaves the title race tighter than ever

On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Tobi Herrmann and Pádraig Whelan. A discussion about Wednesday night’s Manchester derby leads into more analysis of the deep-rooted problems at Manchester United. Is it time for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to stop living in the past, and which players should he be targeting this summer? And where does that result leave the Premier League title race? Have Manchester City now overcome the biggest hurdle en route retaining the title, or will there be another twist in the tale? There’s also a pretty intense title race going on in the Bundesliga, and Tobi has all the information about that, before we finish with a rare chat about good old Scottish fitba.
4/25/20191 hour, 41 seconds
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145: Football, bloody hell!

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, a crestfallen Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. The boys begin by picking the bones out of the insanity which unfolded in Manchester on Wednesday. Is VAR spoiling or improving football? Can Tottenham now go all the way in the Champions League? And is Pep Guardiola a failure after his Manchester City side choked on the biggest stage again? Next up is the second biggest story of the week - Ajax's amazing victory over Juventus. Just how good are this Ajax team and do we have any sympathy for Cristiano Ronaldo? There's also plenty of talk about whether Barcelona or Liverpool should now be considered tournament favourites, and whether Manchester United have made a grave error of judgement in appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
4/18/201959 minutes, 25 seconds
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144: Champions League quarter-finals and can Liverpool win the double?

On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Phil Costa and Matt Frohlich. The bulk of the show is dedicated to re-capping this week’s Champions League quarter-final action. Is Pep Guardiola a fraud? Will Manchester United party like it’s 1999 in Barcelona next week? Could Liverpool genuinely win a historic double this season? And where would Ajax finish in the Premier League? We answer all those questions and more, before looking ahead to another big weekend of action.
4/11/201956 minutes, 45 seconds
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143: Racism in Italy, der Klassiker and is it OK to change your club?

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Dan Burke and Nico Heymer. We start off the show this week by examining the midweek action in the Premier League with a special focus on a club close to Dan's heart. When that is done, your questions are answered and Francesco has the latest on Icardi, the racism against Moise Kean and the problems with Roma. And, finally, Nico is here to fill you in on what went down last weekend in the Bundesliga and preview the absolutely huge game this weekend in Munich. What more could you want?
4/4/20191 hour, 56 seconds
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142: Germany back on top, Ronaldo's future and is Kean the real deal?

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Alex Mott and Benni Kuhlhoff. We start off the show this week by re-crowning Germany as the best team in the world. No, really. Benni also has some decent Bundesliga chat for you too. With that done, we answer some of your questions, Alex talks about England's two wins from their two games and previews the upcoming game between Liverpool and Spurs. And, finally, Francesco talks about the future of San Siro, the future of Ronaldo and the man on every Italian's lips right now, Moise Kean. What more could you want?
3/28/201955 minutes, 8 seconds
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141: The Champions League draw, the rebirth of Athletic and the Rice debate

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Dan Burke and Jaione Belza Guede. Kicking off the show is some brief talk about the Champions League draw before we dive two feet into tackling the question of Man City's quadruple chances and a lot more English chat besides. Jaione has more on LaLiga including a report on Zidane's first game back, the rebirth of Athletic Bilbao and Spain's upcoming games – and that unusual squad.  And Francesco explains why Juventus finally lost a league game, who were the winners and losers from the Milan derby and Roma's furst game under Ranieri. Oh, and we answer your questions too. What more could you want?
3/21/20191 hour, 20 seconds
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140: Zidane’s shock return to Real and the amazing Ronaldo

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Benni Kuhlhoff, André Gonçalves and Jaione Belza Guede. You thought last week was the craziest week of the year, right? That was until Zinedine Zidane made his shock return to Real Madrid. We have the low-down on that and the repercussions across the European football scene. We also have the latest from the the Champions League from the amazing Ronaldo to the end of Bayern via Barcelona and VAR. And when that is done, we talk about the race for Europe in Spain. What more could you want?
3/14/201956 minutes, 56 seconds
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139: Ole Gunnar SolskVAR, Real Madrid's misery and bottle-jobs AOTS

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Helge Wohltmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan. And what an absolute crazy week it has been. Manchester United dumped PSG out of the Champions League, Ajax pulled off the shock of the century at the Bernabéu and there was absolutely heaps of VAR controversy to mull over. Once that's been dealt with, the boys take a look at the title races in England and Germany. Have Liverpool bottled it? Have Dortmund bottled it? Or will there still be plenty more twists and turns to those particular tales in the coming weeks? There's really only one way to find out.
3/7/20191 hour, 1 minute, 14 seconds
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138: Another Clásico, MLS time and has player power gone too far?

On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Daniel Issroff and Francesco Porzio. The first thing to talk about is Brendan Rodgers and his move to Leicester and then it is time to talk about this entire Kepa mess. Does anyone buy the misunderstanding line? Or was this player power gone too far? After that, there is all the midweek action to talk about including another Clásico and another round of Premier League action. With that out of the way, there is definitely time this week to talk about the Icardi mess at Inter and even more time to answer your questions and get excited for the new MLS season. What more could you want?
2/28/201959 minutes, 8 seconds
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137: Life as a Schalke fan, a bleak future and a real super Sunday

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Nico Heymer and Benni Kuhlhoff First up is the Champions League. Bayern v Liverpool. Schalke v City. Juve v Atlético. Barça v Lyon. It's all here. After that, the future of German football is up for the discussion and said future is not so bright. Finally, it is actually a super Sunday with Liverpool taking on Manchester United and the EFL Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester City. We sink our teeth into that and your questions. What more could you want? If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
2/21/201957 minutes, 20 seconds
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136: Return of the grievous Ángel, all things LaLiga and Sarri's future

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by André Gonçalves, Nico Heymer and Matt Frohlich. First up is the Champions League. It's back and boy are we happy to discuss four very interesting games After that, the future of Maurizio Sarri is up for conversation. Is he the problem or is there something deeper there? And who would even replace him if the club did sack him? Then, there is a bundle of Bundesliga talk and loads of LaLiga chat, as the crew talk all things from Reus to Messi and more in between. What more could you want?
2/14/201953 minutes, 54 seconds
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135: Title race twists again, dinner with Conte and a CL preview

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Benjamin Kulhoff and Matt Frohlich. The Premier League title has more twists than last summer (ask your mum/dad) and that is the place where the podcast kicks off. After that, there are a lot of things going wrong at Inter and Francesco is here to talk through that and the rest of the Serie A news. Then your questions are answered, Benni talks DFB Pokal and we look forward to the Champions League. What more could you want?
2/7/201959 minutes, 5 seconds
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134: Transfers! Getting angry over Spurs! And time to pick an MLS side

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Nico Heymer and Danny Issroff. The transfer window is done and dusted. Don't cry. It will come again. But in the meantime, the crew discuss all the dealings. After that, there is all the talk of the midweek Premier League action – and get very angry about Spurs and cups. Then your questions are answered, Danny talks about MLS and Nico talks Swagner. What more could you want?
2/1/201956 minutes, 21 seconds
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133: Barça's transfer business, all things Arsenal and a trip to Brazil

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by André Gonçalves, Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose. The podcast can only kick off with one story this week: that Kevin-Prince Boateng transfer? WTF! And that Frenkie de Jong transfer? WTF!  After that, there is a deep dive in Arsenal and a preview of their big FA Cup game against Manchester United. André then does his best to explain the most complicated competition in the history of football: the Brazilian state championships.  Your questions are answered and then there is a second deep dive, this time into the problems at Chelsea and the future of their manager. What more could you want?
1/24/201955 minutes, 15 seconds
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132: The mess at Real Madrid, Bundesliga returns and Özil’s downfall

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Alex Mott, Benjamin Kuhlhoff and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González And the crew kick off with the headline act of the pod: Real Madrid. Click here to listen to the podcast Why is it going so wrong? Where is it going so wrong? What is wrong with Isco? And who will be taking over next? All of that and more is answered. With that done, it is time to look ahead to the second half of the Bundesliga season which kicks off on Friday evening. Then your questions are answered, Alex has his say on Mesut Özil and Arsenal and all those problems.
1/17/201947 minutes, 33 seconds
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131: Premier League bumper review, transfer window talk and gold steaks

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Niko Heymer, Dan Burke and Francesco Porzio The podcast may have taken a break over Xmas but the Premier League did not. So that is where we start today with all the talk from Manchester City, Liverpool and everything else that has gone on. After that, there is plenty of time to talk transfers and for Francesco to give you the latest on what is going on in Serie A and the transfer window. Your questions are answered and then Nico talks to us about gold steaks, Timo Werner and surveys. If you want to get in touch and ask a question, the email to do so is [email protected]
1/10/201956 minutes, 59 seconds
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130: José gets the sack, the CL draw and half-time in the Bundesliga

On this week's onefotoball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Alex Mott, Matt Frohlich and Niko Heymer. This week's episode can only being in one place: José Mourinho and his sacking. How long has this been coming? Were did it all go so wrong for him? And who should be next? The crew tackle all of that and more. Once that is done, attentions are turned to the Champions League draw that took place on Monday. Then, your questions are answered, there is some talk of a title race in the Premier League and then it is time for the half-time Bundesliga report.
12/19/201852 minutes, 14 seconds
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129: Liverpool survive, Sevilla thrive and we all love Atlanta

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Danny Issroff and André Gonçalves The episode begins with the Champions League and all the action worth talking about from the midweek games. After that, it is time to turn our attention to MLS and the fun times that are going on at Atlanta. Next up, the crew talk Raheem Sterling and the reprehensible events of the weekend, as well as the last few weeks across British football. Then, your questions are answered and we have a long overdue look at LaLiga. Good, right?
12/13/201848 minutes, 17 seconds
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128: Debating the Ballon d'Or, Pogba problems and Milan musings

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Alex Mott and Nico Heymer. We all know by now that Luka Modrić won the Ballon d'Or but was he the right choice? The crew debate. With that settled, there is plenty to talk about from the big midweek game between Manchester United and Arsenal and all the jazz surrounding Paul Pogba right about now.  And there is lots to talk about when it comes to the first Revierderby of the season. Sandwiching all of that are your questions and the latest news from Serie A, with a special focus on Milan. What more could you want? Want to get in touch? Email your thoughts [email protected]
12/6/201853 minutes, 19 seconds
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127: Superclásico super farce, Neymar hate and bad, bad Bayern

What on earth went down in Argentina over the weekend? And what is going to happen next? And who is to blame? Francesco has the lowdown on all that. Speaking of farce, Bayern Munich continue to be a mess and it looks like it will not be long before Niko Kovac is out on his ear. Nico has his say on that. There is also the latest on the Champions League, your questions answered and a preview of a huge derby weekend in England. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
11/29/201858 minutes, 34 seconds
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126: We love the Nations League (or do we?) and el Superclásico (part 2) and managerial madness in Brazil

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Nico Heymer, Alex Mott and André Gonçalves. This week's podcast starts with talk of the Nations League. Is it a force for good? Is it a force of evil? Or is it something in between? With that in mind, Nico fills us in on all things Germany, Alex does the same for England and André talks Portugal. When that is done, there are your questions answered, Norwegian pronunciation attempted there is a preview of this weekend's London derby and, of course, part two of el Superclásico. And when all of that is done, we even have some Brazilian title talk for you. What more could you want? If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
11/22/201851 minutes
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125: A classic Klassiker, a stroll for City and Higuaín's meltdown

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Lewis Amborse and Daniel Cadena Jordan. This week's podcast kicks off with what might just be the best game of the season so far: Dortmund's win over Bayern Munich. After that, it is on to the Manchester derby and what was an easy peasy victory for Pep Guardiola's side. The big-game talk does not stop there. Francesco has the lowdown on Milan v Juventus and Daniel is ready to talk Boca v River.
11/13/201853 minutes, 9 seconds
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124: Another famous night in Turin, Football Leaks, der Klassiker and MLS playoffs

On this week's Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Nico Heymer, Daniel Issroff and Alex Mott. The boys begin by reflecting on the Champions League action from Manchester United's famous win to Raheem Sterling's famous penalty via a Spurs comeback. After that it is time to talk Football Leaks and the latest revelations and when that's done there are two very big games this weekend to discuss. The first is Dortmund v Bayern and the second is the Manchester Derby. But it does not end there. There is also MLS and listeners questions. If you want to get in touch, the email is [email protected]
11/8/201846 minutes, 15 seconds
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123: Adiós Flopetegui, Arsenal v Liverpool and the Copa Libertadores

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Phil Costa, Daniel Cadena Jordan and André Gonçalves. The boys begin by reflecting on the biggest football news of the week - Julen Lopetegui's departure from Real Madrid. Was sacking him the right decision? Where did it go so wrong? And where do Los Blancos go from here? There's also lashings of praise for Barcelona after their incredible El Clásico triumph. Next, after a quick look back over Manchester City's win at Spurs on Monday night, it's time to look ahead to the big Premier League clash between Arsenal and Liverpool coming up this weekend. Can the Gunners pull off a big result? And what will this game teach us about these two sides' title credentials? And after a quick pit-stop in Germany, there's a big discussion on the mouth-watering prospect of River Plate taking on Boca Juniors in the final of the Copa Libertadores.
11/1/201859 minutes, 39 seconds
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122: Ronaldo's romantic return, El Clásico and a trip to France

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Alex Mott, Elliott Bretland and Romain Welter. After a fascinating discussion about football’s relationship with the silver screen, the lads run the rule over this week’s Champions League action. Why are Manchester United so far behind Europe’s elite? Are Manchester City ready to win the Champions League? Is Mohamed Salah well and truly back in business now? And what’s going on with Malcom at Barcelona? Then it’s time to talk Premier League. Are Arsenal genuine title contenders? How is Marco Silva getting on at Everton? And which manager will win the Premier League sack race? There’s also a preview of the rather large game taking place in Spain this week, as well as the rather large game taking place in France, and the panel answer absolutely shedloads of listener questions.
10/25/201853 minutes, 24 seconds
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121: Sensational Sterling, Löw's woes and a big weekend ahead

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Lewis Ambrose, Tobi Herrmann and André Gonçalves. The boys start by looking back at the biggest stories from the international break.  Did Raheem Sterling silence his critics once and for all with his two goals against Spain? Are England now ready to mix it with the big boys? And was Eric Dier's tackle on Sergio Ramos the highlight of the noughties so far? The German in the studio then talks us through exactly what's going wrong with Die Mannschaft, and there's also praise for the likes of Portugal and Gibraltar. Next up, it's time to look ahead at the big weekend of club football ahead. Will Manchester United boss José Mourinho need to win at Chelsea on Saturday to save his job? How close is Niko Kovač to the sack at Bayern Munich? And could Neymar really go back to Barcelona? And to finish, the gang showed just how little attention they've paid to the last week of football by pitting their wits in a surprise quiz.
10/19/201855 minutes, 37 seconds
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120: Mahrez madness, calamitous Kovač and your questions answered

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Alex Mott, Helge Wohltmann and Matt Frohlich. After feasting on some delicious Algerian chocolate, the gang tuck hungrily into Sunday’s top of the table Premier League clash at Anfield. Why did a game between the two best attacking sides in the country produce zero goals? What was Riyad Mahrez thinking when he struck that penalty? And what did this game teach us about Liverpool and Manchester City’s title credentials? Elsewhere in the Premier League, Eden Hazard is on fire, Arsenal are unstoppable and Spurs are pretty handy too, but could Bournemouth be the season’s surprise package? You’ll find all the answers right here. Next it’s time to head over to the Bundesliga, where Bayern Munich’s malady lingers on. Is Niko Kovač out of his depth and can Borussia Dortmund actually take advantage this year? And the final part of the show is dedicated to some interesting questions from our lovely listeners.
10/11/201858 minutes, 49 seconds
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119: Mini crises in Madrid and Munich and England's new great rivalry

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Lewis Ambrose, Francesco Porzio and André Gonçalves. After Dan shows his age in an enlightening discussion about Electronic Dance Music, the gang get stuck straight into this week’s red hot Champions League action. Are Lionel Messi’s Barcelona men on a mission in Europe this season? What’s going wrong with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich at the moment? And is Manchester United’s season already a pointless waste of everybody’s time? There’s also a preview of the massive Premier League clash at Anfield coming up this weekend. Do Manchester City have any chance of getting their first win on that ground since X Men 2 was in cinemas? And if so, how do they stop Liverpool? And the all new bigger, longer and uncut Onefootball Podcast ends with a whistle-stop tour of Europe’s other big leagues.
10/5/201851 minutes, 20 seconds
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118: A tale of two Phils, Bundesliga and why Italian football is a mess

On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Danny Issroff, Helge Wohltmann and Andrea Agostinelli. The boys start by looking back at FIFA's The Best awards. Did Luka Modrić deserve to win? Was Didier Deschamps really coach of the year? And how the hell did no Manchester City players make it into the 2018 World XI. Then it's time to delve into the turmoil at Manchester United. Will they even finish in the top four this season and what's really going on between José Mourinho and Paul Pogba? There's also some words of praise for Phil 'The Stockport Iniesta' Foden and a preview of the big game coming up between Chelsea and Liverpool this weekend. Next Helge talks us through supporter unrest in the Bundesliga and explains what's going wrong at rock-bottom club Schalke. And we finish with Andrea telling the long, convoluted and extremely Italian story that is Serie B.
9/26/201837 minutes, 43 seconds
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117: Ronaldo sees red, Firmino's eye for goal and Lyon shock City

On this week's podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Alex Mott and Daniel Cadena Jordan. After finding out how you're really supposed to pronounce "Łukasz Piszczek" the boys get stuck straight into this week's Champions League group stage action. Did Cristiano Ronaldo deserve to be sent off against Valencia? And was his temper tantrum the biggest overreaction of all-time? Next it's time to look back at that enthralling contest at Anfield on Tuesday night. Are Paris Saint-Germain still miles away from seriously competing for the Champions League? And could this be Liverpool's year? Meanwhile, Manchester City had their backsides handed to them by Lyon, Mauricio Pochettino went all José Mourinho after Spurs lost at Inter, and there were comfortable wins for Manchester United, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
9/20/201836 minutes, 15 seconds
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116: UEFA Nations League, cod philosophy and our 2018 World XIs

On this week’s podcast Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Lewis Ambrose, Helge Wohltmann and André Gonçalves. After a brief philosophical discussion, the lads get stuck straight into last week’s UEFA Nations League action. Has international football changed for the better? Should England think about changing their approach? Should Germany think about changing their coach? And is this the beginning of a bold new era for Luis Enrique and Spain? Next it’s time to look ahead at the upcoming weekend of club football. Do Tottenham have any chance of beating Liverpool? Why have so many big Bundesliga teams started the season poorly? And will LaLiga be heading Stateside or not? And to finish, the panel picked their 2018 World XIs.
9/14/201835 minutes, 45 seconds
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115: Emery's Arsenal, Silva's Everton and Messi vs Ronaldo

In this week's podcast, caretaker manager Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Daniel Cadena Jordan, Phil Costa and Elliott Bretland. We start by checking back in with Manchester United. Is José Mourinho's job safe after that win at Burnley? And were the fans within their rights to send that plane and simple message to Ed Woodward? Next up, Phil gives his take on Unai Emery's start to life at Arsenal, Elliott explains why Evertonians are walking in a Marco Silva wonderland and we reveal why Watford will definitely win the 2018/19 Premier League title. After that, it's time to talk all things LaLiga. Is Lionel Messi out to prove a point after he was snubbed for FIFA's The Best award? How are Real Madrid coping without Cristiano Ronaldo? And why can 37-year-old Joaquín now die happy? To finish, Daniel gives a pretty comprehensive explanation of how the UEFA Nations League is supposed to work, and we ponder whether it's a step in the right direction for international football or an over-complicated mess.
9/5/201835 minutes, 2 seconds
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114: Man Utd meltdown, the all new PSG and a Bundesliga Vardy

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke, Alex Mott, Romain Welter and Tobi Herrmann. After the pod crew ducked and dived their way through the season previews, it is time to sink some teeth into the now-underway leagues around Europe. It all starts with the Premier League with the focus on the mess at Manchester United. What's going so wrong? And is Zidane the answer? The crew have their say. After that, it is Bundesliga time. This weekend past was the opening one of the season and there is loads to talk about from Bayern's penalty to a certain manager wearing make-up via Germnay's own Jamie Vardy story. But the pod is not done there. Romain is in the house and ready to talk all things French, including tactical innovations at PSG, the brilliance of Niîmes and the trouble in Nice.
8/29/201839 minutes, 22 seconds
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113: The new Bayern, Dortmund's transfer window and rebuilding Schalke

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose, Helge Wohltmann, Benni Kuhloff and Nico Heymer. The Onefootball newsroom, is made up of a number of different desks, English, French, Italian, German and many more so instead of going pan European as we normally would each week, we will be previewing each major European league with each desk over the next few episodes. With the Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A and Ligue 1 podcasts out of the way, we are down to our final preview: the Bundesliga. As you would expect, there is tons to talk about from the new look Bayern to the new look Schalke midfield and all the good stuff in between.
8/23/201836 minutes, 26 seconds
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112: The rebirth of Serie A, the Ronaldo effect and Napoli as champions?

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Serie A experts Andrea Agostinelli and Francesco Porzio. The Onefootball newsroom, is made up of a number of different desks, English, French, Italian, German and many more so instead of going pan European as we normally would each week, we will be previewing each major European league with each desk over the next few episodes. With the Premier League, LaLiga and Ligue 1 podcasts out of the way, it's time for Serie A And there is so, so much to talk about. We discuss the rebirth of Serie A, the Ronaldo move, Juventus, Roma and Inter's transfer windows and the new Napoli, as well as much, much more.
8/22/201835 minutes, 59 seconds
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111: 🎙Life after Ronaldo, that game in America and bigging up Betis

In this week’s podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom’s Daniel Cadena Jordan, Jaione Belza Guede and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González. The Onefootball newsroom, is made up of a number of different desks, English, French, Italian, German and many more so instead of going pan European as we normally would each week, we will be previewing each major European league with each desk over the next few episodes. With the Premier League and Ligue 1 podcats out of the way, it’s time for LaLiga. And there is so, so much to talk about. From a Real Madrid without Ronaldo to a Barcelona without Iniesta to all the teams in between.
8/17/201835 minutes, 36 seconds
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110: Tuchel at PSG, why Lyon are one to watch and Ligue 1 predictions

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Romain Welter and Pierre Germain. Over the next few weeks, we are going to do something a bit different. The Onefootball newsroom, is made up of a number of different desks, English, French, Italian, German and many more so instead of going pan European as we normally would each week, we will be previewing each major European league with each desk over the next few episodes. With the Premier League out of the way, it's time for Ligue 1. The crew talk PSG, obviously. Lyon, Monaco and Marseille, obviously. Bordeaux, Balotelli and VAR, obviously. And much, much more, obviously.
8/8/201835 minutes, 40 seconds
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109: It's time for the bumper Onefootball Premier League season preview

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Alex Mott, Lewis Ambrose and Dan Burke. Over the next few weeks, we are going to do something a bit different. The Onefootball newsroom, is made up of a number of different desks, English, French, Italian, German and many more so instead of going pan European as we normally would each week, we will be previewing each major European league with each desk over the next few episodes. We kick it all off with the English lads and the Premier League. There is lots of talk or Arsenal and their new manager and their direction. There is lots of talk of why José Mourinho is in a bad mood and might be the first to get sacked. There is talk of Wolves and Fulham and why they are two teams to look out for. There is one fool claiming Liverpool could win the league and another claiming Mauricio Pochettino will be the first to get sacked. Please enjoy.
8/6/201833 minutes, 10 seconds
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108: Why France deserved to win and reviewing Russia 2018

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke, Romain Welter and Francesco Porzio. So that's it, then. It is done. What will we do with our lives now? Well, we will start off by dissecting the big game between France and Croatia, taking in the goals, the controversies and the rest of the talking points. When that is done, we'll delay going back to reality by reviewing all of the best and worst from Russia 2018.
7/16/201836 minutes, 34 seconds
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107: World Cup final time and the juicy details behind Ronaldo's move

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke, André Gonçalves, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. There are just two games in the World Cup. How are we going to fill our days when it is gone? No, you're crying. Well, let's not think about that just yet. There are two World Cup semi-finals to talk about, one in which France showed why they are favourite and the other in which England fluffed their lines. Outside of football, transfers are in full swing and none are bigger than the Ronaldo one. Was it the right thing for Real Madrid to do? How will they cope next season? And what are the juicy details behind the deal? We have all of that and more.
7/13/201837 minutes, 35 seconds
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106: Football's almost home and breaking down Ronaldo's move to Juve

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke, André Gonçalves and Romain Welter.  There are just four games to go in this World Cup and we should get used to the face that football is coming home, isn't it? Oh. Lord! Anyway, it is time to review the quarter-finals, preview the semi-finals and to get really excited about Ronaldo's move to Juventus. There is all of that and more in this week's podcast.
7/9/201834 minutes, 32 seconds
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105: Spain's future, England shock and is this World Cup boring?

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke, André Gonçalves and Francesco Porzio. Now that the group stages are over with so too are the shocks, right? Wrong. Big time. They just keep on coming from Russia eliminating Spain – WTF! – to England actually winning a penalty shootout at a major tournament.  There is talk of all that as well as examining just how good France are and whether or not Neymar is actually liked in Brazil. We'll be back throughout the World Cup so check out the details below for how you can subscribe and how you can get in touch. How can I get in in touch with the podcast? Fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter How can I get in subscribe to the podcast and give it a five star rating on iTunes? Just click here And what about Android users? You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
7/4/201835 minutes, 41 seconds
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104: Germany shock the World Cup and not in a good way

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Helge Wohltmann, Dan Burke and Romain Welter . The group stages are done and dusted and there have been plenty of ups and downs. More downs for Germany and their shock exit is the jump-off point for this week's podcast. It is not the only topic though. There is talk of Belgium. How good are they? How far can they go? There is also the mess that is Argentina, a preview of their tasty match against France and a whole lot more. Oh. And Dan goes full fan with his England predictions. Sigh. Fire your emails to [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter
6/29/201833 minutes, 48 seconds
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103: Ronaldo shines, the problem with Neymar and awful Argentina

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's André Gonçalves, Dan Burke and Romain Welter. By now we have seen every team play in the World Cup so it is time to talk early impressions. What have been our favourite moments? Should we write Germany off already? Are Brazil better off without Neymar? All of these and more are answered in this week's podcast.
6/21/201834 minutes, 29 seconds
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102: The all-you-need-to-know World Cup 2018 preview

And there is just one topic on the menu: the World Cup. All the groups are previewed, all predictions are made and all your questions are answered. We'll be back throughout the World Cup so check out the details below for how you can subscribe and how you can get in touch.
6/12/201834 minutes, 21 seconds
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101: Zinedine Zidane signs off in style and it's transfer silly season

On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by André Gonçalves, Helge Wohltmann and Andrea Agostinelli. Now if you're wondering why there's no mention of Zinedine Zidane leaving Real Madrid, that's because the announcement was made mere moments after we finished recording. Thanks for that Zizou. But there's at least a huge discussion about Saturday's extraordinary Champions League final. Did Sergio Ramos mean to maim Mo Salah? Which of Loris Karius's blunders were the worst? Did Gareth Bale score the greatest goal of all-time? And does Zidane deserve more respect for his remarkable achievements as a coach? Then it's time to talk summer transfers! What will Fabinho bring to Liverpool? Will Barcelona get their hands on Antoine Griezmann? Can PSG keep hold of Neymar and Kylian Mbappé? And who exactly is Diogo Dalot? And because it's our 101st episode, we also talked about things from the world of football we'd like to put in Room 101.
5/31/201839 minutes, 22 seconds
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100: Unai Emery's USB army and 21 days to the World Cup

For the landmark 100th episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by Danny Issroff, Alex Mott and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The domestic season may be over, but there was still a lot to talk about. The panel kicked things off by looking back at a dramatic pair of cup finals in England and Germany last weekend. Has José Mourinho taken Manchester United as far as he can? And is Niko Kovač about to spark a glorious new era at Bayern Munich? The managerial merry-go-round is also in full swing. Is Unai Emery the right man for Arsenal? What will Lucien Favre bring to Dortmund? And can Manuel Pellegrini bring the good times back to West Ham? Elswhere, Andrés Iniesta has said goodbye to Barcelona and will start a new life in Japan, while there’s also the small matter of the Champions League final to come this weekend. And with just three weeks to go until the World Cup kicks off in Russia, there’s plenty of sympathy for those players who will be forced to watch it at home.
5/24/201834 minutes, 33 seconds
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99: Atlético win the Europa League and our end of season awards

In this week's podcast, Dan Burke is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Helge Wohltmann, Giacomo Galardini and Romain Welter. Atlético Madrid scooped the first European silverware of the season when they beat Marseille in Wednesday's Europa League final.  But how enjoyable to watch is Diego Simeone's brand of football? And could it all have been different for Marseille had Dimitri Payet stayed on the pitch? Then, with an expert on each of Europe's top five leagues on hand in the studio, it's time to hand out some awards.  It's the end of the season as we know it, and we run through our players of the year, managers of the year, disappointments of the year, and much more. Oh, and there's also some chat about how much we hate dogs (as pets) and fish (as food) too.
5/17/201837 minutes, 56 seconds
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98: Champions League semi-finals and Serie A vs Série A

In this week's podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by the Onefootball newsroom's Francesco Porzio, Phil Costa and Nathalia Araújo. They begin by getting their teeth into that absorbing Champions League semi-final second leg at the Bernabéu.  Were Bayern unlucky, or are they just not good enough to crowned kings of Europe? And does this Real Madrid team really deserve to be remembered as one of the Champions League's greatest ever? Joining Madrid in the final will be Liverpool, who squeezed past Roma despite a late wobble in the Olimpico.  Is the Champions League now Liverpool's to lose? And are we going to see another goal-fest in Kyiv? And the panel wrapped up the show by discussing the Serie A title race Napoli seem hell bent on ruining, and the Brasileiro Série A title race which has only just begun.
5/3/201837 minutes, 2 seconds
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97: The Champions League semi-finals and goodnight Mister Wenger

In this week's podcast, Dan Burke is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Tobi Herrmann, Alejandro Diago and Lewis Ambrose. With a Bayern Munich fan and a Real Madrid fan in the studio, where else to start but that not-so-enthralling Champions League semi-final first leg in the Allianz Arena. Where did it all go right for Madrid? Where did it all go wrong for Bayern? And is this the end of the 'BBC' as we know it? Next up, the team ran the rule over Liverpool's sensational 5-2 shellacking of Roma on Tuesday night. Is Mohamed Salah the greatest footballer ever to draw breath? Will Jürgen Klopp's final hoodoo finally come to an end this season? And why can't the Reds do it on a dry Saturday in West Bromwich? And with an Arsène Wenger accolyte on hand, the show ended on a rather sombre note as the boys reflected on the great man's 22 years in charge of Arsenal and pondered where the Gunners might go from here.
4/26/201836 minutes, 23 seconds
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96: Praising Manchester City, running with Wolves and your MLS update

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Danny Issroff. The episode kicks off with a Manchester City special. How did they win the league? What were the key moments? And what does Pep need to improve upon next season? And then we come to big question: Are they one of the greatest teams in Premier League history? After that it is time to switch attentions to another league winner: Wolves. The Midlands club are an interesting one. They have played some incredible football and won the league with ease but they are backed by a  lot of money and a very important agent. With all that done, time to go Stateside and MLS. There is plenty to talk about there. From Ibra's foray with LA Galaxy to the wayward form of Chicago via Toronto's terrific run in the Concacaf Champions League. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
4/19/201833 minutes, 41 seconds
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95: Roma shock the world, Juve almost do it and the managerial merry-go-round

On the Onefootball podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Alex Mott, Andre Gonçalves and Philip Costa. This week's edition kicks off with the second legs of the Champions League quarter-finals and that game between Roma and Barcelona. And what a game it was. How did they do it? What went wrong for Barcelona? And is it the greatest Champions League comeback? The crew answer that and more. Elsewhere, there was Liverpool's expected progress – though was it because of the referee or the lack of Pep? – as well as that game amazing game between Real Madrid and Juventus.  Once that is done, there is some Europa League previewing and then it is time to turn attentions to the managerial merry-go-round. This past week saw some very interesting rumours emanating from Paris and from west London. The Paris ones were linking Thomas Tuchel to the PSG job and the London ones had Antonio Conte fired. Now one of those was total rubbish (for now?) but the other one is an interesting one. Is the Tuchel really the right man? What sort of problems will he face? What does he need to change at the club? And as for Chelsea, it seems like it is only a matter of time now before Conte says so long to Stamford Bridge but who will be the man to replace him? Well that is an interesting question. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify..
4/12/201833 minutes, 49 seconds
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94: Liverpool destroy Manchester City and Ronaldo reaches new heights

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose, Dan Burke and pod debutant Philip Costa This week's edition kicks off with the Champions League ... and what a week it was. Liverpool tonked Manchester City. Cristiano Ronaldo jumped to high to score a bicycle kick he almost mistook the Moon for the ball. Bayern nearly threw it away in Sevilla. And Roma scored three goal at the Camp Nou and still came away as losers. All of that, as well as your questions, is debated and discussed on the opening part of the podcast. For part deux, we are staying with the Premier League. There is a huge weekend ahead in the Premier League with not one but two massive cross-city games in Everton v Liverpool and Chelsea v West Ham United. Oh. And there is the small matter of the Manchester derby, a derby in which City can claim the Premier League title. It does not get much bigger than that, does it? And if you're lucky, there may even be some Alan Pardew chat, too. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
4/5/201836 minutes, 13 seconds
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93: What we learned from the internationals and Ibra makes MLS move

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Daniel Cadena Jordan, Dan Burke and Danny Issroff. After the international break and before the return of top league action, it is time to see what we all learned from the games involving the big sides from Germany to Argentina via Brazil and a couple of others big sides in between. After that it has been a few weeks since the MLS got its own spot to it is time to correct that. The season may be just a few games old but there are already a number of interesting storylines opening up and, of course, there is the arrival of the man himself: Zlatan.  But that is not all ...
3/28/201835 minutes, 32 seconds
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92: CL review and how the big boys are shaping up ahead of Russia 2018

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's André Gonçalves, Helge Wohltmann and Alex Mott. First up is the Champions League draw. There has been a few days for the team to ponder over it all so it is time to ask some questions. Do Roma have a chance? Are Juventus underdogs against Real Madrid? And who will be progressing to the next round? All of that and more is answered. It is international break this week, so it is to take stock of what is going on with some of the major nations around the world ahead of Russia 2018\. That means a path from Germany to Brazil via Spain and England and the major issues surrounding the squads of the World Cup. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
3/21/201835 minutes, 29 seconds
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91: Out go Man United, boring Bundesliga and the state of West Ham

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Emilie Rauschütz. This week's edition of the podcast gets going with Champions League with the big, big news and that is Manchester United's exit from the Champions League. Who is to blame? What could have been done differently? And what on Earth is going on with those post-match quotes from José Mourinho? After that it is on to the rest of the Champions League action from Barcelona v Chelsea to Besiktas v Bayern via Roma v Shakhtar. With that done, it is time to talk about the Bundesliga. Bayern Munich are almost certainly going to win the title in record time despite the poor showing in the first part of the season. What does this say about the Bundesliga? And what is its future? The team discuss that and more. And the final topic up for discussion this week is West Ham. The team is a mess, the fans are unhappy and the club is at a crisis point. But how and why has all of this come about? Dan has the answers to that and more. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected]
3/15/201834 minutes, 34 seconds
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90: PSG crash out, measuring Manchester United and el Superclásico

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Daniel Cadena Jordan and Alex Mott. This week's edition of the podcast kicks off with the biggest games of the week: the Champions League. PSG are out. But who is to blame? Would it have been any different if Neymar had been there? And what do PSG need to do to step up to the next level. After that there is some Spurs chat as well as a few words – and we mean a few – on Manchester City and Liverpool's progression. With that out of the way, it is time to talk about what is, traditionally, one of the biggest games of the Premier League season, Manchester United v Liverpool. Since Liverpool got so much love last week, the focus is on Manchester United. And there are so many things to talk about. Has it been a disappointing season by their standards? How has Alexis got on? And how will Mourinho stop the Liverpool attack? After that, it is time to get excited about el Superclásico, Boca Juniors v River Plate. It has been a poor season for River but not so for Boca. The team talk about that, the return of Carlos Tevez and why so many clubs are eying up Gonzalo Maroni. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/onefootball/) and [Twitter](https://twitter.com/OnefootballEN)
3/8/201834 minutes, 55 seconds
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89: In praise of Liverpool, a bumper MLS preview and Milan derby time

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Daniel Issroff. It has been too long since the pod crew sat down and heaped some praise on Liverpool so they start off by correcting that. With that done it is time to get down and dirty with the return of MLS action this weekend. With that out of the way, it is time to get Onefootball's Francesco Porzio on the phone to talk Serie A and the Derby della Madonnina. Why are Milan so good all of a sudden? And why are Inter so bad all of a sudden? Francesco has the answers to that and more ahead of a huge weekend in Italy. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
3/1/201834 minutes, 25 seconds
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88: Messi tames Chelsea, Bundesliga blues and League Cup final time

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Konstantin Keller. First up is the Champions League. The starting point is the biggest game of the week, the one that saw Barcelona travel to Chelsea and the one that saw the Blues put in an impressive performance as Leo Messi finally proved he was a good player by scoring against a team he rarely plays against. Elsewhere, there is time to tackle Bayern's easy win, Manchester United's trip to Spain and Roma v Shakhtar Donetsk before some foolish predictions, that are almost certainly going to come back to bite, are made. With that out of the way, it is time to talk about the Bundesliga. Germany's top division recently had its first ever Monday night game and it did not go down well with the fans around the country. Konstantin is on hand to talk about that as well as the future for German football. Finally, this weekend sees the first domestic trophy being handed out in England as Manchester City take on Arsenal in the League Cup final. Will it be the first link in Pep Guardiola's quadruple chain? Or will Arsenal be on hand to spoil the party. Dan has the answers to that a lot more. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
2/22/201831 minutes, 32 seconds
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87: Ronaldo rocks PSG to sleep and the incredible story of Eibar

In this week’s podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom’s André Gonçalves and Alex Mott. And there is so so much to talk about. They kick off with the all the Champions League games and, to be exact, the big one: Real Madrid v PSG. It was billed as Ronaldo versus Neymar but it is obvious which one came out on top. But where and why did it all go right for Madrid and wrong for PSG? The crew have the answers to that and more. With that done, it is time to chat about Spurs’ magnificent comeback against Juventus as well as Manchester City’s crushing of Basel and Liverpool’s even better crushing of Porto. And finally, it is time to turn attentions to LaLiga. You may think it’s all about Barcelona and Real Madrid but there are plenty of other interesting stories going on and one of the best of the season concerns Eibar. Elsewhere, the crew ponder the chances of a proper title race and clear up AOB in Spain’s top division.
2/15/201835 minutes, 14 seconds
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86: Chelsea’s woes, Serie A and the Champions League returns

This week on the podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by podcast debutants Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea suffered their second humbling defeat on the bounce on Monday evening. Is this the end of Antonio Conte and if so, who should Roman Abramovich be looking to replace him with? Elsewhere in England, there was an incredible game of football at Anfield on Sunday, but were the two very contentious refereeing decisions the most compelling argument for video technology yet? There’s also the small matter of the North London derby to look forward to at Wembley this weekend. Harry Kane v Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – who will prevail? Over in Italy, there’s a proper title race going on. Can Napoli break Juve’s Scudetto hegemony and what’s going wrong at the two Milan giants? And with all that nonsense out of the way, it’s time to look ahead to the glorious return of the Champions League. Who will make it through to the last eight and who, if anyone, could be the team to prise the trophy from Real Madrid’s cold, dead hands?
2/7/201836 minutes, 17 seconds
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85: The transfer window slams shut but Beckham's MLS dream gets going

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Daniel Cadena Jordan. The January transfer window is done and dusted. And what a spectacular transfer window it was, with so much happening in the final day. The team analyse all the biggest deals and give their verdicts on how they think the deals will go. In the midst if all the transfer news, you might be surprised to learn that some actual football happened in the Premier League and, you might also be surprised to learn, there is a heck of a lot to talk about whether it be the tackles on Manchester City's players or the poor performance of Manchester United – yes the Onefootball podcast is part of the global media bias against Manchester United – or the rebirth of Swansea. With all that done, it is time to turn our attentions to MLS and the new franchise launched by David Beckham on Monday. Daniel is in place to give a brief history of football in southern Florida as well as a timeline of the deal and much more. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
2/1/201831 minutes, 49 seconds
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84: Sánchez v Mkhitaryan, Neymar's troubles and why Napoli will win Serie A

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose, Emilie Rauschütz and Andrea Agostinelli. First up is the topic that is on everyone's lips for January: transfers! Alexis Sánchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have finally swapped clubs but who is getting the better deal? The team debate that one before moving onto to the rest of the latest transfer news. After that it is time to go continental and talk about some of the troubles at PSG and just what is going with Neymar?  With that done, we do our best to explain the Uefa Nations League and then it is off to the Bundesliga. The title race may be over but there is plenty to talk about at the bottom of the league, as well as with Bayern's latest signing. Finally, it has been so long since we talked all about Serie A, so it is time to correct that. Will Napoli win the league? Why are Roma selling their best players? Is Rafinha able to help Inter? Andrea is on hand to answer all that and more.
1/24/201837 minutes, 40 seconds
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83: Rotten Real Madrid and the future of Alexis Sánchez

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's André Gonçalves and Lewis Ambrose once again. First up is the topic that is on everyone's lips at the moment: the future of Alexis Sánchez. He is obviously on his way out of Arsenal but now that Manchester City are out of the race, where will he end up? Chelsea? Manchester United? And how would he fit into those teams if he does go there? After that, the other big move on the horizon is Arsenal's move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. But why is he on his way out of Dortmund? And is he really the right player for the north London side? The team have their say on that and that awkward Ryan Giggs video. With that out of the way, it is time to talk about Real Madrid. They are now closer to the relegation zone in LaLiga than they are to Barcelona at the top of the table. But where is it all going wrong? Up front? at the back? In the middle? On the bench? Off the field? With that done, there is just enough time to get some appreciation in for the retiring Ronaldinho.
1/17/201835 minutes, 26 seconds
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82: Transfers! Transfers! Transfers! (and some football stuff)

In this week’s podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom’s André Gonçalves and Lewis Ambrose. You know it’s January when it’s dark outside, everyone is depressed and there are more transfer stories than you can shake a stick at. With that in mind, it is time to talk all about the biggest deals so far, including (but not limited to) Coutinho’s move to Barcelona, Virgil van Dijk’s transfer to Liverpool and Ross Barkley to Chelsea. With that done, there are questions from listeners to be answered and there are questions re Arsenal to be answered. Arsène Wenger’s side are now out of the title race, out of the Champions League and out of the FA Cup. If he were to leave in the summer, would the club be in a worse state than when he arrived? And was he wrong to have a pop at the referees and their treatment of the north London club?
1/10/201832 minutes, 17 seconds
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81: El Clásico! Der Klassiker! And our half-way highlights

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Daniel Cadena Jordan and Emilie Rauschütz. They get down to business by starting with the biggest game of the weekend and maybe of the season: El Clásico! What are the talking points for each side? Where will the game be won and lost? And a whole lot of other questions are put out there to be fawned over like a spoiled cat. With that done, it's time to move onto the second biggest game of the week (sorry, Arsenal v Liverpool): Der Klassiker!  What has changed so far under Peter Stöger? And what  has changed so far under Jupp Heynckes? And who is going to win? We have the low-down on all that and more.  The fun does not stop there. It is our last podcast this year so we have a look back at some of the highlights, lowlights and the best of the rest from the season so far. • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
12/20/201731 minutes, 37 seconds
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80: European draws, Dortmund's new look and MLS end-of-season awards

12/13/201733 minutes, 38 seconds
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79: The Manchester derby, miserable Madrid, alt-Ballon d'or and MLS Cup final preview

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and André Gonçalves and there is so, so much to talk about. They start off by previewing the biggest game of the Premier League season so far, the 175th Manchester derby. Dan wants to heap praise on Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph but there are questions (and worries) surrounding City's forward duo. United also have some worries of their own. Without Paul Pogba, how is José Mourinho going to set up his side? We also answer your questions about the big game. With that done, it is time to move onto to the biggest (individual) prize in (the team sport) of football: the Ballon d'or. By now, we all know who is going to win but if he, or the only other two players who could win don't, who would be a worthy winner? Speaking of winning, that is not something Real Madrid have been doing a lot of lately. André breaks down why that is happening. And there is more. Daniel Issroff phones in from New York to give us his previews ahead of Saturday's MLS Cup final between Toronto and Seattle. He also has his say on the whole ordeal with Columbus Crew.
12/6/201732 minutes, 50 seconds
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78: Montella misery, the disaster at Dortmund and the latest from Ligue 1

In this week's podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose and Andrea Agostinelli. They start by addressing the much-expected sacking of Vincenzo Montella. Was it the right thing to do? And what is the future for Milan after this? The Serie A fun does not stop there as there is loads to talk about from the pointless Benevento to the huge game on Friday night that sees Napoli take on Juventus. With that done, it is time to talk Bundesliga and what a weekend it was there. There was that 4-4 draw, there was Bayern losing their first game under Jupp Heynckes and the continued poor form of Köln – they have played 13 games and picked up two points. Yikes. And there is more. Friend of the pod and French football expert Andrew Gibney is on the phone to talk about all that is going on with Ligue 1 from the big game at the weekend that saw PSG beat Monaco to the rebirth of Lyon and Memphis Depay.
11/28/201734 minutes, 6 seconds
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77: A World Cup senza Italy, Tite’s Brazil & the NLD

In this week’s podcast, Dan Burke is joined behind the mic by the Onefootball newsroom’s Konstantin Keller and Nathalia Araújo. We now know who will be participating in next summer’s World Cup but the most glaring omission from the 32-team list is Italy. What has happened to the Italian game and is Gian Piero Ventura the most stubborn coach in the history of international football? One nation who will be dazzling us in Russia next summer is Brazil, however, and Nathalia talks us through where it’s all gone right for the Verde Amarela since that 7-1 defeat by Germany at the last World Cup, how Neymar’s world record transfer to PSG went down in his homeland and why Gabriel Jesus is definitely the new Ronaldo. Next up, Phil Costa from Tifo Football got on the blower to talk all things North London derby. Is Arsène Wenger’s time up at Arsenal? Have the Gunners got a chance this weekend? And can Spurs – or, indeed, anybody – catch Manchester City in the race for the Premier League title? There was also some reminiscing about the best match the panel have ever witnessed in the flesh and even a rare bit of Berlin football chat for once.
11/16/201733 minutes, 10 seconds
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76: Bundesliga, Serie A and why Italy WILL qualify for the World Cup

In this week’s podcast, Dan Burke is joined in the studio by the Onefootball newsroom’s Tobi Herrmann and Andrea Agostinelli. They start the show by reflecting on another thrilling weekend of action across Europe, specifically in the German Bundesliga and the Italian Serie A. Why did Bayern Munich find it so easy to beat Borussia Dortmund? Are RB Leipzig genuine title challengers? And is the Video Assistant Referee more hassle than it’s worth? Over in Italy, Andrea assesses the main contenders for the Scudetto – including his beloved AC Milan – and tries to get to the bottom of the myriad of problems for poor, poor Benevento. Then it’s time to talk international football. Andrea confidently predicts Italy will get through their play-off with Sweden without a hitch, Tobi confidently predicts Germany will retain the World Cup and English Dan is naturally pessimistic about the Three Lions chances of doing anything. Plus, the panel discuss who they’d pick to take a penalty to save their lives.
11/8/201737 minutes, 57 seconds
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75: Super Spurs murder Madrid ahead of a big weekend in England and Germany

In this week's podcast, caretaker manager Dan Burke is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose and Emilie Rauschütz. They start the show by reflecting on an exciting week of Champions League action, specifically Tottenham's terrific trouncing of Real Madrid at Wembley, magnificent Man City's win away at Napoli and boring, boring Barça. With that out of the way, it's time to look ahead to a huge game in the Bundesliga as champions Bayern Munich travel to Borussia Dortmund in a fixture the locals like to call Der Klassiker. Where has it all gone right for Jupp Heynckes, what's happened to Dortmund lately and will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ever score again? Meanwhile, in the Premier League there's a bona fide Super Sunday to look forward to as Chelsea host Manchester United and Arsenal travel to Manchester City. Can Chelsea bounce back from their hammering in Rome, does Jose Mourinho have a duty to entertain us, is the title already Manchester City's to lose and will the Gunners be on the wrong end of a cricket score? Plus, there's a tricky trivia question to get your teeth into and even a bit of Scottish football chat for once.
11/3/201737 minutes, 30 seconds
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74: The fall of Koeman, the rebirth of Valencia and the problems at Chelsea

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and André Gonçalves They start off this week's pod by getting on the phone with Merseyside journalist Richard Buxton to talk about the sacking of Ronald Koeman. Where did it all go wrong? Is Koeman solely to blame? What next for Everton? Richard has the answers to that and more. With that done and dusted, it is time to talk Chelsea. They have had an odd start to the season.  Even if they are doing OK in the Champions League, their league form is not what it should be and there are serious rumours of dressing-room unrest. But is it a crisis just yet? And finally, after getting through some of your questions, it is time to turn attentions to La Liga. There are some interesting stories developing there involving Atlético Madrid, Valencia and the future of Barcelona and Leo Messi. (Also: Dan explains why he would take Kevin De Bruyne over Leo Messi!). All of that and more is tackled like Vinnie Jones on Steve McMahon (Kids: ask your fathers=
10/25/201737 minutes, 43 seconds
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73: The genius of De Bruyne, Real Madrid v Spurs and what is going wrong with USA?

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Lewis Ambrose and Daniel Issroff. They start off this week's pod by getting down and dirty with Dortmund's defeat at the weekend. It was their first loss at home in 41 games and it came in some controversial circumstances. That is all analysed before moving on to the rest of the interesting action in Germany over the weekend including Hertha's taking of a knee and Bayern's win. With that done, it is time to look at the Premier League and the genius that is Kevin De Bruyne. He was incredible in Manchester City's thumping of Stoke but is he the best player in the Premier League? Elsewhere there was an almost to-be-expected defeat for Arsenal and some really incredible quotes from Troy Deeney. With that done and dusted, it is time to talk Champions League. One of the biggest fixtures of this group of games is in Spain and it involves Real Madrid welcoming Tottenham Hotspur to the Santiago Bernabéu. That is previewed along with some of the other tasty Champions League treats like City v Napoli and Sporting v Juventus. And finally, last week saw the embarrassing exit from the World Cup process for the USA team.  Why has it gone so wrong? Who will replace Bruce Arena? And what is the future of the team? Danny has the answers. Remember: • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
10/16/201737 minutes, 20 seconds
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72: World Cup roundup, the future of Bayern Munich and was Pirlo one of the greats?

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and DW's Nick McKenna-Klein They start off this week's pod by saying so long to the master midfielder that is Andrea Pirlo. The Italian the World Cup, the Champions League, Serie A and tons of other trophies but will he be remembered as one of the greatest midfielders of all time? The pod have their say on that before moving on to to talking about all things international. There is Egypt, there is Salah's nerves of steel, there is the demise of the Netherlands, there is an update on what is happening with Syria, there is Martin O'Neill's unusual contract situation and lots, lots more beside that. Elsewhere, There has been some incredible action in the World Cup qualifiers in South America. Brazil are already in so there are still plenty of places up for grabs and it – shock, horror – Argentina and Leo Messi may be one of the teams that misses out. It's a complicated situation but luckily Dan is at hand to explain it all. Finally, since we lat recorded, Bayern Munich have sacked Carlo Ancelotti and replaced him with Jupp Heynckes. Where did it all go wrong? What is the right thing to do? Will Heynckes be out of touch? And what is the future of Bayern? Nick has the answers. Remember: • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or you can hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
10/9/201733 minutes, 33 seconds
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71: Marvellous Morata, Ronaldo's 'crisis' and the greatest ever European Cup story

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose They start off this week's pod by (talking about the Krays!) marvelling over the marvellous Álvaro Morata and assessing his hat-trick against a poor Stoke side. With that done, it's time to analyse the  Diego Costa transfer, before moving on to the so-called crisis with Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid and coming back to the Premier League and assessing Coutinho and his goal at weekend – by assessing we mean, saying it was not all that good! With that out of the way, it is time to talk Champions League. We answer the big questions. Are Napoli this year's Monaco? Are Dortmund good enough to take on and beat Madrid? And just what the hell is going on at PSG? Also: can a Bayern side that could only draw with Wolfsburg really beat back all that Parisian attacking talent? And there is more. Friend of the pod, Nick Miller from the Guardian, joins on the line to reminisce about the great Brian Clough. He is the man who ensured that Nottingham has more European Cups than London, Paris, Berlin, Moscow and Rome combined. He is also the man who made his European Cup winning keeper train on a roundabout. It's a story worth waiting till the end of the pod for. Remember: • If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to  [email protected] or hit us up on Facebook and Twitter • You can subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating on iTunes • You can do the same on Android; and you can also listen on Audioboom, Soundcloud, Deezer, Stitcher and Spotify.
9/25/201734 minutes, 55 seconds
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70: A fiver per goal, terrific Toronto and the return of FC Hollywood (yeah baby!)

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Danny Issroff and in-the-flesh Daniel Cadena Jordan They start off this week's pod by revealing what they learned from weekend's action which is a list that includes an incredible picture of Chris Froome, the Newcastle player who gets a fiver from his mum every time he scores as well as the fact that Arsenal can actually play in an organised fashion and Barcelona have done something to Karma. With that out of the way, it is time to get talking MLS. With just a few games to go before the playoffs, the lads answer the big questions. Are Toronto FC one of the best MLS teams ever? What has gone wring at Dallas and Galaxy? And who is going to miss out on the playoffs? There is also a lot of love for Atlanta (and less love for Kevin Doyle). And there is more. Daniel is on hand to breakdown the return of FC Hollywood AKA Bayern Munich. Players are throwing their jerseys, players are talking trash about the club, other managers are saying they are coming for Carlo, they are getting beaten by Hoffenheim, Lewandowski is getting linked with Madrid left, right and centre. It is all popping off so there is loads to discuss. Remember: If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
9/18/201732 minutes, 8 seconds
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69: The return of the Champions League and the future of Barcelona

In our latest podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Andre Gonçalves and DW's Oli Moody. They start off this week's pod by heaping some praise on Manchester City and their attacking force – as well as Kevin De Bruyne – before analysing the most political pass in the history of football and then getting down to the biggest talking point of the match: was it the correct decision to send of Sadio Mané? For once, the pod are unanimous about an issue. With that out of the way, it is time to preview the upcoming Champions League group stages. Which is the most interesting group? Who is going to struggle? Who is going to strive? And who is going to be the winner? The lads gaze into a crystal ball and give you their predictions. And there is more. Andre is on hand to breakdown the crisis at Barcelona from all the problems off the pitch with the board to the lack of players coming through. He also has the lowdown on those Andrés Iniesta to Juventus rumours. Remember: If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
9/11/201737 minutes, 35 seconds
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68: Sensational Syria and do Liverpool really need Coutinho?

In our latest podcast Ian McCourt is joined by the Onefootball newsroom's Dan Burke and Lewis Ambrose They start by getting their teeth into the international break and the miracle that is the Syrian national team. In case you have not heard, despite the incredibly difficult conditions in their home country, they have managed to pull off one of the miracles of world football. After that, they talk England's physiologists, Germany and what their so-called supporters were doing in Prague before they breakdown just why Mesut Özil is so much better for his country than he is for Arsenal. With that done, it's time to preview the biggest game of the weekend: Manchester City v Liverpool. That means talk of Sergio Agüero v Jesus, why Coutinho's return may be a bad thing for Liverpool and where the Ox will fit in to Jürgen Klopp's side. (Oh, and is Ben Woodburn going to be the greatest player ever?) And there is more. The pod's Serie A specialist – Nima Tavallaey from Sempre Inter – phones in to explain what is going on with the football giant at the moment, why Gigi Buffon is still the man between the sticks for Italy and Remember: If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
9/6/201735 minutes, 33 seconds
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67: The (continued) fall of Arsenal and the rise of Hamburg and Hannover

In the latest Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke and Emilie Rauschütz. They kick off by finally getting around to talking about Manchester United and their performances this season. It's been three games with three wins, 10 goals scored and none conceded but is it too early to be heaping too much praise on them? After that Emilie tires to justify Arsenal as her choice for Premier League champions before examining all that is going wrong for them right now. And if you saw the game against Arsenal, you will know it's a lot. With that done, it's time to talk transfer and the latest goings-ons there before we wade knee-deep into all that has been going on in the Bundesliga where Hamburg and Hannover are in top four and VAR is going down like a rat sandwich. Remember: If you want to get in touch with the podcast, then fire your emails to [email protected]
8/30/201732 minutes, 29 seconds
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66: Burnley stun Chelsea and Barça beaten by Madrid