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The first (and only) English-speaking podcast devoted entirely to Paris Saint-Germain. Subscribe to listen to PSG Talking, the flagship show from the PSG Talk Podcast Network where we offer insightful analysis on the latest matches, transfer rumors, and so much more!
 
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Today’s story comes from Jimmy Bullard but it’s about Zinedine Zidane. Here’s Jimmy on how he convinced himself he WAS Zidane when he was playing in the Premier League - and how a movie that focuses on Zizou during one La Liga match moved him from one footballing genius to another. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This story comes from Neil Lennon and was filmed in front of a live audience. To start, here’s me asking him about a titanic series of matches between his Celtic team and the Barcelona side that had as its focal point Ronaldinho. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Here’s another chance to hear my Big Interview with Gus Poyet from season four. The former midfield maestro explains the indefatigable mindset of players from his native Uruguay which makes the nation overachieve, and culminated in the 1995 Copa America triumph which Gus starred in. That sparked a level of euphoria only football can bequeath, as di…
 
At the start of his pro career at Barca B, Oriol Romeu was under the auspices of Luis Enrique. It was an incredibly demanding experience, but the current Spain manager made the midfielder see football completely differently, not least because of Oriol’s desire to improve. Also in part two, we chatted about Oriol’s published diaries. He found the wr…
 
Paris Saint-Germain claimed its tenth Ligue 1 title in club history, but for supporters, this supposed dream season has been a nightmare. On the latest PSG Talking podcast, Ty Taylor hosts and he's joined by French football expert, PSG fan, and CBS Sports Golazo correspondent, Jonathan Johnson, to discuss PSG's season, the unbalanced squad made wor…
 
Oriol Romeu is a midfielder with such game intelligence that he has adapted to playing a pivotal role under several Southampton managers. Key to this success is his ability to seek out critique in order to improve his game, even contacting Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez for pointers. Xavi said his famously consistent level of performance was roote…
 
Which La Liga players should be on Manchester United's radar if they are planning a summer rebuild? And how many of them feature in the relegation scrap that has turned into Spain's most enthralling football attraction? This and more in the final installment of our Q & A show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Hola Welcome to part one of the April Q&A - yes, we know it's May but we wanted to preview this week's Champions League semi-finals, so we delayed it by a few days. So here's myself and Pete Jenson chewing over Liverpool 2 Villarreal 0 and Man City 4 Real Madrid 3 - and what we expect from this week's second legs. Enjoy G See acast.com/privacy for …
 
In part two of my absorbing conversation with Bolo Zenden, there’s great stuff about Ronaldo (the Brazilian one), who blossomed alongside the Dutchman at PSV. Bolo adored and admired Ronaldo, and tells us how fancy dress failed to disguise the genius from recognition at a Dutch carnival. But it was agony losing to his pal’s Brazil in the semi-final…
 
During my time in Spain, I have seen the heights of Villarreal’s extraordinary rise from a scruffy port town team, playing in front of a couple of thousand fans in a ramshackle stadium. Here, from my writing this week for ESPNFC, is the special story of how their billionaire owner, Fernando Roig, has sustained that improbable transformation for a q…
 
Boudewijn ‘Bolo’ Zenden was a winger full of pace and precision who graced the jerseys of the Netherlands, Barcelona, Chelsea, Middlesbrough, Liverpool and his beloved PSV Eindhoven, where he now coaches. His childhood grounding in judo prepared him for epic duels with full-backs, and he’s as good a Big Interview guest as we’ve had at articulating …
 
Hola! Here's an interesting one... this is my chat with Mick Clegg, the former power development coach at Manchester United. Mick is a fascinating character who tells tales of boxing with Roy Keane and Wes Brown, training the 'non-athlete' Paul Scholes and, of course, helping to shape a teenage Cristiano Ronaldo into the specimen he became. A fasci…
 
Xavi often cites Luuk de Jong as setting the standard of professionalism and application that he demands at Camp Nou. In part two of our conversation with Luuk, there’s amazing content about the Barcelona head coach’s methods, which include fun team games at training that seem to have little to do with football yet which sharpen you mentally and te…
 
Today's story comes from Brian Laudrup. In 1992, he was a teammate of Stefan Effenberg at Bayern Munich and they were both moving to Fiorentina after Euro 92. They met in the final, but Effenberg's pre-match promise of comradery faded quickly after Denmark's upset victory over Germany. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
There can only be one winner for the Ballon D'Or, but he has not done it alone. Here, from my writing for ESPNFC, is my argument that Karim Benzema must end the year in possession of his first Ballon d'Or - and my explanation that the key to his incredible level of performance has been his partnership with Vinicius jnr., a player Benzema himself ha…
 
To celebrate our sixth birthday, The Big Interview did something special: visited the Barcelona training ground to meet with their bright and brilliant Dutch striker Luuk de Jong. In part one, you’ll hear about how Luuk formed a relationship with Ever Banega at Sevilla which helped them clinch the 2020 Europa League. Sevilla’s record-breaking win w…
 
Today’s story comes from Michael Carrick, former Manchester United midfielder and now a key part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s staff at Old Trafford. Here’s Michael transporting us – and himself – back to the penalty shoot out that ended the 2008 Champions League final. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today’s story comes from Graeme Souness, once of Liverpool and Scotland. He’s going to tell you that even the most elite club game in world football, the European Cup final, can sometimes be a mismatch, when one team looks into the eyes of the other and sees fear. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today our story comes from Jonny Evans, an FA Cup winner with Leicester City in 2021. But he’s going to tell you about one of his earliest experiences of elite football, when, before he had kicked a ball for Manchester United, he found himself playing for Northern Ireland against Spain in a game that would change the course of football history. See…
 
Hola Here is my latest column for ESPN FC on tonight's (Tuesday) Champions League quarter-final second leg between Bayern Munich and Villarreal. The Spanish side lead 1-0 from the first leg - and it could prove to be a tale of two keepers. Enjoy G See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Here’s another chance to hear my Big Interview with Don Hutchison from season four. You’ll hear about Don’s meteoric rise from boys’ club to Hartlepool to Liverpool – where he formed a midfield three with the magnificent Jan Molby and Ronnie Whelan under manager Graeme Souness. Don speaks about the vision, courage and split-second decision making r…
 
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