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A weekly podcast from The Independent's football team covering the Premier League, the Champions League and everything else fans need to know. A rotating panel of guests including players, agents and coaches will join host Luke Brown, as well as others from the Independent football team. Recording every Wednesday, The Indy Football Podcast will bring you all the analysis and in-depth previews you need for the week ahead.

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A weekly podcast from The Independent's football team covering the Premier League, the Champions League and everything else fans need to know. A rotating panel of guests including players, agents and coaches will join host Luke Brown, as well as others from the Independent football team. Recording every Wednesday, The Indy Football Podcast will bring you all the analysis and in-depth previews you need for the week ahead.

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Content is fine, sound quality terrible [update]

By mayorofcasterbridge - Dec 29 2019
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Update: Dec 2019 Sound quality has improved but they often go missing for weeks on end. If they can make it into a regular weekly podcast it would get four stars. Original review: The content of this pod is knowledgeable and on point but it is undermined to the point of unlistenability (that’s a word now) by the poor audio quality. Surely the Independent can bung these fellas a few quid to purchase some decent equipment and production time...I’m more than willing to sit through ads too...otherwise it’s just not worth doing. Points for having the excellent Jonathan Liew on board are sadly neutralised by Miguel Delaney tittering like a schoolboy at every vaguely humorous remark.

Great for overseas fans

By inSané City Supporter - May 04 2019
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As a Premier League fan living in the United States, this podcast is an awesome weekly listen. The lads are knowledgeable, funny and seem to enjoy each other’s company. Really glad they cleaned up the audio quality as well.

iTunes Ratings

30 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
5
5
1
2

Content is fine, sound quality terrible [update]

By mayorofcasterbridge - Dec 29 2019
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Update: Dec 2019 Sound quality has improved but they often go missing for weeks on end. If they can make it into a regular weekly podcast it would get four stars. Original review: The content of this pod is knowledgeable and on point but it is undermined to the point of unlistenability (that’s a word now) by the poor audio quality. Surely the Independent can bung these fellas a few quid to purchase some decent equipment and production time...I’m more than willing to sit through ads too...otherwise it’s just not worth doing. Points for having the excellent Jonathan Liew on board are sadly neutralised by Miguel Delaney tittering like a schoolboy at every vaguely humorous remark.

Great for overseas fans

By inSané City Supporter - May 04 2019
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As a Premier League fan living in the United States, this podcast is an awesome weekly listen. The lads are knowledgeable, funny and seem to enjoy each other’s company. Really glad they cleaned up the audio quality as well.
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The Indy Football Podcast

Latest release on Jan 22, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Champions League semis, Man United vs Arsenal and relegation dog fight

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Ed Malyon is joined by Miguel Delaney and Jack Pitt-Brooke to discuss Manchester United's snoozetastic win over Arsenal, the Champions League semi-finals, whether we're going to get a belting relegation battle or simply a damp squib and a whole load more.

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Apr 30 2018

39mins

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Rank #2: Northern Ireland debrief, Rep. Ireland preview, and who will win the World Cup?

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As the World Cup qualifier play-offs draw to a close, Ed Malyon is joined by Jonathan Liew and Matt Murphy to dissect the debris of Northern Ireland's defeat, along with a preview of Ireland's second leg against Denmark, and a look ahead to Russia 2018. Who are the likely front-runners?

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Nov 13 2017

27mins

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Rank #3: Manchester United beat Tottenham, a look at Solskjaer vs Pochettino and some book talk

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Ed Malyon, Miguel Delaney and the Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson are in the studio to dissect the weekend's big game at Wembley, discuss what it means and take a deep dive into Joshua's new book, The Club. The guys also chat about spying and espionage in sport after Leeds and Derby were embroiled in a row

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Jan 14 2019

47mins

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Rank #4: Jose Mourinho's THRD SZN, Chelsea beat Arsenal and some All or Nothing talk

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Ed Malyon is joined by Jack Pitt-Brooke to discuss All or Nothing: Manchester City, Lawrence Ostlere who was at Brighton's win over Manchester United and Luke Brown, who saw Chelsea's nascent project overcome Unai Emery's own fresh start.

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Aug 20 2018

42mins

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Rank #5: Watford top of the league, West Ham bottom of it and some England discussion

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Ed Malyon is back but he's not alone, with Jack Pitt-Brooke to talk about Watford's win over Spurs and positive start as well as why West Ham are in so much trouble. Jonathan Liew joins the fun to discuss England and Luke Brown calls in with a report from Arsenal.

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Sep 03 2018

43mins

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Rank #6: Sterling vs Gomez – who you backing?

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Host Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Lawrence Ostlere and new signing Vithushan Ehantharajah to discuss the great canteen clash of November 2019. Should England supporters be worried that Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez clashed while on international duty? Did Gareth Southgate handle the situation correctly? And who would really win in a fight between the pair. All that and more!

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Nov 13 2019

30mins

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Rank #7: FA Cup review, Tottenham vs Man United preview and festive round-up episode

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Ed Malyon is joined by Jonathan Liew, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Miguel Delaney to discuss... well, all of the football that'shappened since the last podcast. Does Mauricio Pochettino love himself? Should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get the permanent United job? These questions and many more are answered on the return of the pod.

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Jan 07 2019

42mins

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Rank #8: World Cup daily: England to play Croatia in the semi-finals, yes that is really happening

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Ed Malyon is joined by delirious pairing Jonathan Liew and Jack Pitt-Brooke from Samara, where England have just seen off Sweden to win their first World Cup quarter-final in a generation. They will play Croatia, who saw off Russia on penalties

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Jul 08 2018

16mins

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Rank #9: Manchester pace ahead of London - United and City ahead at the top

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Big wins for both Manchester clubs complement a somewhat drab 0-0 London derby draw with Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, with Spurs, Palace and West Ham also failing to win.

Miguel Delaney and Jack Pitt-Brooke join Ed Malyon as they ask who looks best for the title from this early position, what to make of Arsenal not losing at Stamford Bridge and what chances Palace have of survival. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Sep 18 2017

47mins

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Rank #10: The 100 greatest players of the 21st century

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Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Tony Evans and Ben Burrows to discuss ‘The Independent Century’: our week-long countdown of the 100 greatest players of the 21st century. The team talk Messi vs Ronaldo, the greatest English player of the last twenty years and is Zidane overrated? Includes the immortal Tony line: “Everybody involved in compiling this list should be shot. Including myself.”

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Oct 16 2019

35mins

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Rank #11: FA Cup upsets, the perfect back-up striker, and West Ham's incredible transfer policy

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A review of the FA Cup fourth round that saw Liverpool and West Ham crash out takes a sideways turn as the all-star cast of Jack Pitt-Brooke, Miguel Delaney and Jonathan Liew join Ed Malyon to chat whether clubs can be too big to succeed in the Football League, how to find a good back-up striker, and a preview of transfer deadline day.

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Jan 29 2018

43mins

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Rank #12: Lads, it’s Manchester United

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Host Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Lawrence Ostlere and Mark Critchley to talk all things Manchester United. Was their draw with Liverpool really their best performance of the season? Has everybody been too hard on poor Ole Gunnar Solskaer? And how about Ed Woodward? All that and more. 

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Oct 23 2019

24mins

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Rank #13: Raheem Sterling, racism, Champions League preview and a little bit of Copa Libertadores review

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Miguel Delaney and Jonathan Liew are in Barcelona to go deep on the racist incident that has dominated the weekend's headlines (but only because people have refused to listen for so long) as well as previewing the Champions League and reviewing the Libertadores final, which Miguel attended in Madrid.

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Dec 11 2018

33mins

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Rank #14: How much football is too much football?

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Host Luke Brown is joined by Tony Evans and Lawrence Ostlere to ask: how much football is too much football? They talk Liverpool's crazily congested fixture list, the Fifa Club World Cup and the future of England's domestic cup competitions. Tony then goes on a very uncharacteristic rant, this time about rugby union.

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Nov 06 2019

29mins

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Rank #15: The thriller at Anfield, Arsenal's nadir and Sanchez fleeing

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Ed Malyon is joined by Miguel Delaney and Jack Pitt-Brooke to analyse the weekend's action including City's first domestic defeat of the season, as Liverpool drilled four past the the league leaders in thrilling fashion. We also discuss Arsenal's woes, losing this weekend and seemingly soon to lose Alexis Sanchez.

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Jan 15 2018

51mins

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Rank #16: Tottenham fallout and European super club special

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Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Tony Evans and Jack Rathborn to discuss the fallout from Tottenham's extraordinary 7-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. They then discuss the various rebuilding projects underway at some of Europe's biggest clubs this season. And they ask: who is going to win the Champions League this season?

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Oct 02 2019

38mins

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Rank #17: Premier League season review, teams of the year and assorted fun

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Jack Pitt-Brooke was joined by Jonathan Liew, Miguel Delaney and the departing Ed Malyon for a season wrap-up episode, discussion on Neil Etheridge and a look at trickle-down economics

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May 15 2019

43mins

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Rank #18: World Cup daily: France vs Argentina and Portugal vs Uruguay preview

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Ed Malyon and Jonathan Liew are in Moscow to preview two belting round-of-16 ties, they check in with Jack Pitt-Brooke in St Petersburg and Miguel Delaney who is still marooned in Kaliningrad... and he's not so happy about it

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Jun 29 2018

41mins

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Rank #19: World Cup daily: Analysing England's win, Harry Kane's brilliance and Gareth Southgate's game plan

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Ed Malyon, Miguel Delaney and Mark Critchley dissect England's win over Tunisia from Moscow before Jonathan Liew and Jack Pitt-Brooke join on the phone from Volgograd and argue about whether it was a good win or not

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Jun 18 2018

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Rank #20: World Cup daily: Mexico stun Germany, Brazil falter and Serbia played Costa Rica but nobody remembers it

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It's nearly 4am in Moscow but the guys have stayed up to break down a wild day's worth of action, including the defending world champions being downed by Mexico's green tide, Brazil only drawing with Switzerland and Serbia did stuff too. Probably. Warning: some technical issues disrupted recording

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Jun 18 2018

28mins

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