Football stats, transfers and more.Ted Knutson and James Yorke host.Podcast currently weekly.
Soccer analysis, analytics, and commentary with hosts Mike Goodman and Michael Caley
Rank #1: Spurs are frauds, but at least Serie A just got interesting!.
The magic of the F.A. Cup is all anyone in the world is talking about, so the two Mikes are joining in. They wax poetic on Southampton's demise, Mourinho's good and bad days, Spurs' frustration and Chelsea at their best. Then, they turn their attention to what has suddenly become a riveting race for the Coppa Campioni d'Italia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The Premier League is bad.
Welcome to the 2019-20 Premier League season, where even the teams fighting for the top spots in the league are doing so in the most uninspiring fashion imaginable. If you like goals and you like shots, well, this isn't the place to find them. The two Mikes attempt to figure out what the heck is going on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every Tuesday, Have Hope, Carl Anka & Daniel Tiluk discuss the week's football events.
Rank #1: Chelsea Autopsy, Rooney Dropped & Hazard v. Sánchez | E15.
Talking Tactics discuss Arsenal “lubricating” Chelsea, Antonio Conte’s future, "updated" top four predictions, Man City losing Kevin De Bruyne, Jose Mourinho dropping Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo's row with Zinedine Zidane, Alexis Sanchez or Eden Hazard, tackle various other topics and answer your question(s).Oh yeah — they got derailed into politics. #AfterTalkingTacticsFollow ustwitter.com/HaveHopeHut twitter.com/DanielTilukAny topics, questions or suggestions?Tweet them to twitter.com/TaIkingTactics or use the #TalkingTactics hashtag.
Rank #2: Shirt Numbers Matter & Messi’s Transformation | E06.
Talking Tactics discuss England hiring Sam Allardyce, N’Golo Kante as Chelsea’s No. 7, Manchester United taking Anthony Martial’s No. 9, Gonzalo Higuain to Juventus, Borussia Dortmund's signings, Lionel Messi's changing appearance, tackle various other topics and answer your questions.Follow ushttps://twitter.com/HaveHopeHut https://twitter.com/DanielTilukAny topics, questions or suggestions?Tweet them to https://twitter.com/TaIkingTactics or use the #TalkingTactics hashtag.
Football podcast with stats, chat and more covering the Premier League and the rest of the European action.New episodes every Thursday.
Rank #1: 12: 'Lampard's likeable Chelsea will be title challengers within two years'.
Frank Lampard is making Chelsea likeable – which is a trait the west Londoners have scarcely possessed during the Roman Abramovich era – and managing to keep his fringe players happy despite the fact they are, well, on the fringes of his team. This week's Squawka Talker team, consisting of host Jake Entwistle, Muhammad Butt and Sam Long, dissect the key action from Champions League Matchday Three, including the Blues' impressive victory over Ajax. Meanwhile, how do you get over a flat, disappointing performance at Old Trafford? If you're Roberto Firmino then the answer is combine absurd skill with function to pull off a rabona through ball and draw comparisons with Ronaldinho. There is also insight on Tottenham's attempts to get their mojo back, plus analysis on why Aston Villa midfielders Jack Grealish and John McGinn might just cause mighty Manchester City a bit of trouble this weekend. We couldn't wrap things up without a spot of 'Squawka Six' to discuss the 2019 Ballon d'Or (not so) shortlist, including who was criminally overlooked and who had no right to be included. Find out more about the Squawka Talker football podcast’s sponsors BetBull here.18+ only | For more information, go to BeGambleAware.orgEPISODE TIMINGS:START - 00:07:00 | Spurs search for their mojo 'The Spurs stadium is a well-oiled, money-making machine.' 00:07:00 - 00:20:30 | Filthy Firmino & Liverpool's strength in midfield depth 'Firmino combines absurd, showy skill with function like Ronaldinho.' 00:20:50 - 00:33:00 | Lampard's likeable Chelsea producing results 'Lampard's likeable Chelsea will be title challengers within two years.' 00:33:00 - 00:39:33 | Mini Champions League round-up 'Haaland looks like a footballing lab experiment.' 00:39:33 - 00:47:46 | The big test for McGinn and Grealish 'Aston Villa are developing of the best midfields outside the big six.' 00:47:46 - 00:56:34 | Gareth Southgate's England No.10 'Unfortunately, the England squad already has everything Maddison offers elsewhere.' 00:57:01 - END | Squawka Six: Men's Ballon d'Or 'Raheem Sterling has become Superman.'
Rank #2: "I can see why England called Jadon Sancho up after that moment vs Monaco".
Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are all on 20 points at the top of the Premier League table, so which team looks best-equipped to win the title? Muhammad, Will and Jake are this week's podders, answering the aforementioned conundrum along with what England fans can expect from the Three Lions' three brand-new Lions.
In-depth tactical, historical & geopolitical breakdowns of the beautiful game. From the team behind the Tifo Football YouTube channel. Hosted by Joe Devine.
Rank #1: Eric Cantona; The Man, The Myth.
Joe Devine is joined by Paul Ansorge to discuss ex-Manchester United player Eric Cantona.Eric Cantona's Kung Fu Kick: A Brief History Of - https://youtu.be/DTY6zInqYt0
Rank #2: La Liga Tactics.
Joe Devine is joined by journalist Simon Harrison to discuss the tactics of the La Liga teams we've covered recently on the channel: Barcelona, Valencia, Real Betis & Villarreal. Simon also gives us a promo of our next Tactics Explained video, released later this week, on Las Palmas, the team currently bottom of La Liga. All videos can be accessed by clicking the below links.Barcelona - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL2JhJ4tnzk&t=1sValencia - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gypwhv5G9ioVillarreal - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTgi3ng7ZHQ&t=Real Betis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd59YwYKE_oLas Palmas - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6r0Nhm-asY&t=
A world football / soccer podcast, covering the beautiful game from all corners of the globe with experts on every continent. A unique mix of football journalism & fandom.
Rank #1: South American Football Show - Copa Libertadores 2019 - Group Stage - Week 4.
Adam Brandon and Austin Miller round up the latest from the Copa Libertadores action. It was a week where the big guns from Brazil and Argentina such as River, Boca, San Lorenzo, Flamengo, Cruzeiro, Gremio and Palmeiras all triumphed. Chilean clubs revert to familiar struggles while Paraguayan clubs just keep on winning.
Rank #2: WFI Scouting Podcast - Geiger, De Jong, Schuurs & Tierney.
Lee Scott and Grant Jendo run the rule over Dennis Geiger, Frenkie De Jong, Perr Schuurs and Kieran Tierney in the latest WFI Scouting Podcast.
Traversing the world of football in search of the stories that matter, brought to you by expert journalists and big-name guests.
Rank #1: Political Football: How football overcame brutal military juntas in Argentina and Chile.
At a time when brutal military regimes were stifling society and the economy, football underwent vast changes in Argentina and Chile. From the decline of La Nuestra in Argentina to their World Cup glory of 1978 against the backdrop of torture just metres away, to the rise of Chilean football and how a select few stood up to the junta in acts of eternal defiance, this is the story of a murky relationship between fútbol and politics in these South American giants.
Rank #2: Political Football: the compelling world of FIFA.
With one hand, FIFA have helped make the game truly global, giving the fans a sport like no other in the process. But with the other, they've often taken away its soul, leaving behind a sport riddled with corruption and deceit. To conclude the Political Football series, FIFA comes under the microscope.
This is Set Piece Menu - the podcast where four friends talk about football over food. They are together a writer, a commentator, a presenter and a pundit. Rory Smith is the Chief Soccer Correspondent of the New York Times, Steve Wyeth commentates for BT Sport, Hugh Ferris is a presenter at BBC Sport, and Andy Hinchcliffe is a former England international (seven caps) who is now a pundit for Sky Sports. On each episode they discuss one footballing issue, while digesting a delicious lunch or brunch, and almost never reaching any sort of conclusion.
Rank #1: SPM 73: When is the best time to get a manager's job?.
The latest Set Piece Menu - the podcast where four friends talk football over food. The football: When is the best time to get a manager's job? With Arsenal needing a new boss, the team wonders if the circumstances mean it's the most attractive position a manager could ask for; and also if the pool of elite clubs, and elite coaches, is getting ever smaller. The food: chocolate swirls (baked not grilled), muffins (lemon, blueberry, chocolate flavours), and a bacon and cherry tomato sandwich. All courtesy of Andy's step-daughter Carly, and not at all courtesy of Andy. Thanks for all your tweets, emails and iTunes reviews!Get in touch: @firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #2: SPM 150: How do players do amazing things?.
This is Set Piece Menu - the podcast where four friends talk football over food. The football: A sequel to last week's pod, we ask how players do such remarkable things in an environment most of us couldn't imagine, with expectation levels we've never faced.The food: We're chez Hinchcliffe, and you know what that means. Nicky treats us to a two-course brunch which is indeed a remarkable thing produced despite high expectation levels.Don't forget to buy your tickets for the 100th Episode Live Spectacular! We will be part of the Manchester Podcast Festival on 13th November, and you can join us! Head to www.manchesterpodcastfestival.com RIGHT NOW!
The SV Podcast is a football/soccer podcast looking at the beautiful game from an analytical angle. The panel covers the major leagues and talks about different ways to better understand the sport.
Rank #1: Episode 10: The Recap of the World Cup Final.
The World Cup is over. Join Austin Reynolds, Adin Osmanbasic and Constantin Eckner as they discuss the final between France and Croatia.
Rank #2: Episode 9: The World Cup Semi-Finals.
The panel discuss the alleged death of possession football and break down the two World Cup semi-final matchups. Join Austin Reynolds, Judah Davies and Constantin Eckner for the ninth episode of our show.
The award-winning LaLiga podcast from Phil Kitromilides, Sid Lowe and Alex Kirkland. Every Monday throughout the season.
Rank #1: The Spanish Football Podcast: A Weekend without the Big Two.
Join Phil & Sid in the podmobile for this latest edition of #tsfp discussing Granada going top, Leganés getting their first win, Atleti beating Athletic, more problems at Betis and Celta, and lots more. Check out our merch! Here's the link: https://www.redbubble.com/people/alexkirkland/works/41117219-tsfp-the-badge For Q&As, Bonus Podcasts, TSFP Presents and Paper Reviews, join us at patreon.com/tsfp.
Rank #2: The Spanish Football Podcast: #tsfp meets LaLiga's Joris Evers.
Join Phil in Madrid for a special edition of #tsfp as he sits down with LaLiga Head of Communications Joris Evers to discuss the league's plans to play an official game in the USA. As always, head to patreon.com/tsfp for more bonus content.
In this 8-part podcast to accompany his book The Mixer: The Story of Premier League Tactics, from Route One to False Nines, author, Guardian and ESPN journalist and editor of Zonal Marking, Michael Cox talks to Marcus Speller of The Football Ramble plus a guest panellist about the tactical development of the Premier League focusing on a key position each week.
Rank #1: The Mixer Podcast Ep.3 - Centre-backs.
Michael and Marcus are joined by James Horncastle to discuss the evolution of the centre-back from Des Walker and Paul McGrath to Rio Ferdinand and David Luis.
Rank #2: The Mixer Podcast Ep.8 - Managers.
Mourinho, Guardiola, Conte, Ferguson, Wenger,... rounding off the series, the team talk about managers from the tracksuit motivators and man-managers to the sophisticated, tactical aficionados.
Welcome to This Football Life; the podcast that gives you intimate, in-depth interviews with football's most interesting players, coaches, backroom staff and executives. Walk a mile in their shoes and see the game through their eyes. Hosted by Josh Schneider-Weiler.
Rank #1: Bruce Arena- Why the US Didn't Qualify for Russia & How They Can Avoid It In The Future.
Rank #2: Vic Akers: The Most Decorated Women's Coach in History + Road trips with Bergkamp.
The Blizzard is a quarterly football publication put together by a cooperative of journalists and authors. These podcasts feature some of the best articles from our back catalogue, and recordings of live Q&A events we hold with our writers around the UK. Our main aim is to provide a platform for top-class writers from across the globe to enjoy the space and the freedom to write what they like about the football stories that matter to them.For more details - www.theblizzard.co.uk
Rank #1: Why The Away Goals Rule Must Be Abolished.
“Europe seemed much bigger in the early 1970s. Iberia was governed by fascist dictators. There were two Germanys, West and East. With no rolling news, Blackberries nor Twitter, a plausible sit-com episode could be written based on the Likely Lads avoiding knowledge of the result of an England match for half a day. Europe’s airlines were almost exclusively national carriers. Countries had unique coins and banknotes. Speedy boarding was an oxymoron, speedy disembarkation even more so; you needed visas to cross most borders.”In Episode Forty Six we look back at ‘Why the Away Goals Rule Must Be Abolished’ by Ian Hawkey, first published in our pilot edition Issue Zero in March 2011. He looks at the ‘historical anachronism’ that was originally brought in to encourage attacking play away from home, but thanks to the changes in the modern game now has the effect of encouraging defensive performances from home sides. Arsene Wenger and Jorge Valdano, among others, agree with Ian, as he explores the changes in the modern landscape (travel, the fall of the iron curtain, tactical shifts) that have seen the number of away wins in Europe’s top competition double in little over 3 decades. If you have any feedback comments or suggestions email email@example.com or find us on Twitter @blzzrd.Issue Zero, like all issues of The Blizzard, is available on a pay-what-you-like basis fromwww.theblizzard.co.uk. Digital downloads cost as little as 1p each (RRP £3), while a limited edition print version is available from £12 + postage. You can also find us on the Kindle and Google Play stores.
Rank #2: The Birth Of The Fan.
“We were sorry to hear the offensive shouts of one ‘Mackintoshed stranger’, which, however, were almost entirely drowned out by the universal supporters of the Druryites.”In Episode Forty Five we revisit Paul Brown’s ‘The Birth of the Fan’ from Issue Thirteen, which looks back at historical sources to review the birth of football fandom itself. While our modern proclivities have been passed down from father or grandfather, there was a time when no such familial link existed. From the early 'mob' games between local villages, through the founding of the first works’ teams and the formation of professional football, the role played by the supporter changed as rapidly as the game itself. If you have any feedback comments or suggestions email firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Twitter @blzzrd.Issue Thirteen, like all issues of The Blizzard, is available on a pay-what-you-like basis fromwww.theblizzard.co.uk. Digital downloads cost as little as 1p each (RRP £3), while print versions are available from £6 + postage (RRP £12). You can also find us on the Kindle and Google Play stores.
The CalcioLand Podcast - hosted by David Amoyal. Program focused on Serie A, European football/soccer in general, transfer rumors & news for all the leagues, and careers in journalism. @CalcioLandPod
Rank #1: Ep. 168 - Serie A Review.
Is there a Scudetto race? (01:24) - Winners & Losers (04:59) - Roma (10:26) - Lazio (12:35) - Serie A stadiums (14:49) - Bohemian Rhapsody (19:37) - Inter with Nima Tavallaey (22:22) ... and more!
Rank #2: Ep. 25 - Around J.
Verratti/Raiola, Bernardeschi, Juve midfield options, Bonucci's price tag, interviews with Around-J.com & Zeke Tell.
Blanketing the Bundesliga and the German football scene, Talking Fussball is essential for fans of Europe's most exciting league - www.talkingfussball.com / @talkingfussball
Rank #1: Talking Fussball MD10 wrap - Time's up for Niko in Munich as Union rule unruly Berlin derby.
It going to happen sooner or later. FC Bayern München were going tire of their non-superstar coach and his non-superstar way of coaching superstars and send him packing. Eintracht Frankfurt just happened to speed the process up with a rousing 5-1 win and Bob's your uncle, Niko's gone. Matt rounds up Kit Holden for a chat on the dear departed Kovac, the sorry spectacle that was the Berlin derby, Wolfsburg's first loss, Leipzig's crazy eight, and much more.
Rank #2: Talking Fussball MD3 wrap – Fresh losses mean Leverkusen and Schalke each stare down 0-4.
With goals aplenty and unexpected results around the league, Match Day 3 in the Bundesliga had a lot to recommend… Read more Talking Fussball MD3 wrap – Fresh losses mean Leverkusen and Schalke each stare down 0-4
Post match chat and analysis after every Arsenal match or major event. Keeping you up to date with everything Arsenal while trying to make sense of it all.
Rank #1: Episode 187: Crystal Palace (h) - Mino Raiola Five Finger Discount.
In today's Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast Elliot (@YankeeGunner), Paul (@PoznanInMyPants), and Clive (@ClivePAFC) talk about the loss of Alexis Sanchez, the arrival of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and what he can bring to Arsenal. The need for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and what his potential arrival means for Lacazette. Discussion also includes the 4-1 win over Crystal Palace. The excellence of Nacho Monreal and Laurent Koscielny, Granit Xhaka’s new midfield role and why Alex Iwobi has improved in recent weeks. All this and plenty more in this week's Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Episode 116: Everton (a) - Doomsville.
In today's Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast: Elliot (@YankeeGunner) and Tim (@Stillberto) talk about the 2-1 defeat at the hands of Everton away from home in the Premier League. Arsene’s team selection, subs and Granit Xhaka’s one footedness (is that a word?) and plenty more all discussed in this weeks Arsenal Vision podcast For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy