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Four Bayern Munich fans, for Bayern Munich fans. Ben, Garett, Sebastian, and Tim come from four very different backgrounds but have one very important thing in common: a love for Bayern Munich. Join the quartet as they discuss all things Bayern, each providing commentary and insight from their own unique perspective as a fan.
 
Four friends in Toronto passionately discuss and analyse the latest news from the world of football, including major stories across the European Leagues, MLS, and international competitions. Here to inform, entertain and change the perception of football coverage from North America. Check out www.underthecoshblog.com for the full experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hosted by pro soccer player Amobi Okugo and 2Cents Sports co-founder EL Johnson . Each week they talk with individuals from around the soccer world, learning about their stories and getting their unfiltered thoughts and opinions on the beautiful game through the lens of Black Culture. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/2-cents-fc. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join Sam Marsden (ESPN), Rik Sharma (Goal), Toni Juanmartí (Diario SPORT) and special guests for this weekly podcast on FC Barcelona. Siempre Positivo is the only English-language podcast exclusively focused on Barça brought to you by people on the ground in the city. The podcast covers every inch of the football club, from match reviews and previews to transfer news and the latest controversy (it's never quiet at Camp Nou!)
 
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On "The 1970," Marc Damon and Ed deliver insightful and occasionally comical commentary on the latest Paris Saint-Germain news. The weekly program features five rapid-fire topics, the main event, and questions from listeners. If you're a fan of Les Parisiens, "The 1970" from the PSG Talk Podcast Network is essential listening. Allez Paris!
 
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Another week is in the books and Bayern Munich made it exciting as always. The Bavarians crushed both Bayer Leverkusen (Bundesliga) and Benfica (Champions League), lost Alphonso Davies to a minor injury, saw Leon Goretzka get sick, and found out Julian Nagelsmann tested positive for COVID-19. So, yeah, some things definitely went down. Here is what…
 
We analyze Bayer 04 Leverkusen against Bayern Munich, played in the Bundesliga on Sunday, October 17th, 2021. - The direct style of Seoane's Leverkusen - A balanced start to the game - Goretzka and Kimmich break through - Randomness and goals - Leverkusen's switch to a back five - How good are Bayern and who can stop them? Feel free to send an e-ma…
 
Slappin' Glass sits down with one of basketball's brightest minds, Bayern Munich Head Coach, Andrea Trinchieri. The trio dive into the areas of competition, offensive complexity vs. simplicity, establishing and building an identity, and talk defending non-shooters, rebounding margins, and building trust during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?" s…
 
In Episode 210, Manuel Veth and Stefan Bienkowski catch up on the last two weeks of Bundesliga action. They chat about Bayern’s surprise defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund without Haaland whether Marsch has turned things around at RB Leipzig. Finally, they take a closer look at Bayer Leverkusen as they wonder if the Werkself is a serious title…
 
To celebrate the launch of the Bayern Munich magazine, the podcast team got together to discuss all things Bayern, from their remarkable rise in the 1970s - powered by all those immortal club heroes - to domestic dominance in the 1980s, Trapattoni, Hitzfeld and co in the 1990s and a modern rebirth under Heynckes and Guardiola.…
 
Julian Nagelsmann recently wrapped up his 10th match in charge at Bayern Munich with a resounding 5-0 win over Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League. In today's episode, Ben, Garett, Tim, and Sebastian sit down to discuss the positives and negatives of Nagelsmann's tenure so far. If you're interested, join our podcast's Bundesliga fantasy league. Sim…
 
In this week's Barca Talk Café, Gabriel and Mariana talk the latest about FC Barcelona. They give a quick match review of the Dynamo Kyiv which was a stale performance even though they earned the important 3 points. Ansu Fati re-signed with FCB and will stay at the club until 2027, as we discuss the positive vibes around the re-signing. Lastly, it …
 
Mike Calvin, Jordan Jarrett Bryan and Tony Hodson discuss the dehumanising nature of football management, and the pressure exerted on managers like Steve Bruce and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. They examine Liverpool's chances of victory at Old Trafford, consider a challenging period for Thomas Tuchel, and suggest that coaches like Thomas Frank and Graham …
 
After the 4-0 win over Benfica in midweek, Bayern Munich are (figuratively) top of the world. Therefore, as is the way of the world, Hoffenheim are lurking just around the corner to bring the Bavarians crashing back down to earth. This is par for the course for the Sinsheim based club, who have been a thorn in Bayern’s side ever since Julian Nagels…
 
Slappin' Glass sits down with the Head Coach of Telekom Baskets Bonn in Germany's BBL, Tuomas Iisalo. The trio discuss playbook design, how to build and maintain advantages, and talk handling pressure and unconventional leaders during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?!". Listeners looking to both support the podcast, and learn/connect with coache…
 
This week Amobi and EL chat with Dir. of Communications for Chicago Fire FC, Jhamie Chin. We talk with Jhamie about his journey breaking into the PR business with Orlando City FC, then with Portland Timbers. Jhamie takes us through the Fire's failed rebrand and subsequent redemption. He also walks us through a few hypothetical PR crisis scenarios a…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dive into the salary information that was released by the MLS Players Association earlier this week. What trends are they seeing in the salary data? Who is the newest entrant into the top group of MLS earners? Which teams are spending well - and which teams are throwing good money after ba…
 
On this episode, Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe take a look back at the Champions League action from the last couple of days. What went wrong for RB Leipzig in their 3-2 loss to PSG? Did Liverpool deserve to beat Atletico Madrid? How good is Erik ten Hag's Ajax? Does Manchester United’s come-from-behind win over Atalanta actually tell us anything ab…
 
Bayern Munich have just cruised to another win the Champions League group stage, this time scoring four quickfire goals against Portuguese giants SL Benfica. This puts the Bavarians in a commanding position in their group with nine points out of a possible nine. Julian Nagelsmann couldn’t make the game due to a sudden flu, but he’ll be happy with t…
 
The wheels on the Ole bus are no longer going round and round. Bernie may finally have cracked and it's worth a listen. Arsenal aren't any better as Vieira reminds Gooners of the good old days and the current malaise all in one night. Kane is back apparently and Lukaku is back to his streaky best. Is Salah the best in the world on current form? Atl…
 
Ryan, Graham, and Joe are here to answer your listener questions! Hurrah! From a new World Cup tournament for the nearly-rans, to the intricacies behind obtaining coaching badges, we have you covered! -Instead of a World Cup every two years, what about a 2nd World Cup with nations that just missed the main World Cup? -Do you think that the new Newc…
 
For the third fixture of the second season, The Beautifully Designed Game host, Marcus Marritt, sits down with the super-talented sports illustrator, creative head behind Goalstar and all-round great guy, Karl Thyer. From his unique journey to being an established professional illustrator to working with the club he loves, Karl gives an insight int…
 
On this episode, Taylor and Joe talk about a slew of Americans who were in action over the weekend! We start out by running through a quick Americans Abroad weekend recap before diving into five specific performances from USMNT-eligible players who saw the field over the last few days. You can find the list of players that we discussed in-depth dow…
 
Ah...the Champions League is back, baby! Bayern Munich will travel to Lisbon, Portugal to take on Benfica in what should be a very entertaining match between an extremely deep and talented squad for the visitors and an experienced, veteran squad in Benfica. Here is what we have on tap for this episode: The recent form of both clubs. A couple of pla…
 
On this Monday’s edition of Weekend Review, Taylor, Graham, and Joe discuss a slate of games from England, Germany, Italy, and Spain! From Leicester’s impressive 4-2 win over Manchester United in the Premier League to Barcelona’s 3-1 win over Valencia in La Liga to a pair of leagues in between, there was plenty to get to. Sponsors! This episode is …
 
Mike Calvin, Miguel Delaney and John Cross look forward to the return of the Champions League, and discuss how it may eventually be reshaped by the financial and political pressures of modern football. They call for change at Manchester United, suggest Mo Salah's future should lie with Liverpool, and believe all is not well behind the scenes at New…
 
Gabriel is joined by Craig McGeough as they review FC Barcelona’s victory over Valencia, 3-1. Ansu Fati returned to the starting lineup and gave a boost to Barca’s attack while scoring the tying goal. With a tough week ahead of midweek Champions League and Clásico looming, could Koeman get much-needed victories this week? With a minor VAR controver…
 
Barcelona got back to winning ways against Los Che with Ansu Fati scoring and winning a penalty, while Philippe Coutinho also got his first goal for nearly a year. Sam, Rik and Toni discuss the game, the Barca AGM on Sunday which didn’t get finished, and more. Running order: --Ansu Fati --Quelling any euphoria --Dest on the wing --Agueroooo --Camp …
 
An international break just ended and Bayern Munich roared back into action with a dominant 5-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen. This game was supposed to a huge test for Julian Nagelsmann, as Leverkusen were unbeaten in the Bundesliga and were off to one of their best ever starts in the league. Safe to say, die Werkself didn’t put up much of a fight. In…
 
In Episode 211, Manuel Veth and Stefan Bienkowski break down Bundesliga matchday 8. They roundup the Saturday action and analyze the early winners of the Bundesliga coaching change carousel. They then ask what we can learn from Bayern Munich’s destruction of Bayer Leverkusen. Finally, they take a look at Karim Adeyemi’s situation and whether he wil…
 
Bayern Munich taught Bayer Leverkusen a lesson in compact, beautiful one-touch football by slotting five goals past them in the first half. Robert Lewandowski got the party started early on in the first half after Bayer Leverkusen’s back-line left Dayot Upamecano open to set up Bayern’s #9. Bayern had to defend quite a bit afterward as Leverkusen w…
 
Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe are here to answer your listener questions! From two-footedness to #DualNationalPanic, there was plenty to get to. You can find the full list of questions down below: 1) Why aren’t professional footballers better with both feet? 2) Are there comparable dual national situations to the United States and Mexico? 3) Who ar…
 
This week Amobi and EL are joined by former Philadelphia Union midfielder, creative and entrepreneur, Warren Creavalle. The guys chop it up about Warren's playing career, leveraging creative outlets into entrepreneurship, and creating access and opportunity through the Black Star Initiative. Check out the Black Star Initiative and register here: bl…
 
Bayern Munich is getting ready to kick back into Bundesliga action this weekend, but the club had more than a few big stories break this week — and we’re not even delving too far into Lucas Hernandez being summoned to Spain to face a prison sentence. Let’s take a look at what we have on tap for this episode: A recap of Germany’s progress under Hans…
 
In this episode of The Final Word, our series exploring the most memorable cup finals of all, we revisit the 1998 World Cup. We’re joined by Tom Scholes to try and unravel the mystery over Ronaldo’s appearance, the majesty of Zidane, and how France managed to lift the trophy for the first time in front of an expectant nation.…
 
Taylor and Joe watched it back and now they’re here to talk about it. “It”, of course, being the USMNT’s latest World Cup qualifier: a 2-1 win over Costa Rica. How did the U.S. perform in this critical game? What did we make of Gregg Berhalter’s lineup and tactical approach? Who played well? And who struggled? We discussed all of those things - plu…
 
Mike Calvin, Seb Stafford Bloor and Glenn Moore share the disquiet about the nature of Newcastle United's takeover, and warn the rebuild will take longer than the majority of fans appear to think. They welcome Claudio Ranieri back to the Premier League with Watford, suggest Leicester will reset their season at Manchester United's expense, and fores…
 
On this USMNT-centric episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam discuss the U.S.'s latest World Cup qualifier: their clash with Costa Rica on Wednesday evening. How did the U.S. perform? And what did we learn about the team from this Costa Rica game and from this window? You can hear all of that, plus praise for Sergiño Dest and Yunus Musah and …
 
Bayern Munich is back in action this weekend against Bayer Leverkusen in what should be an extremely fun match-up between two of the Bundesliga’s most exciting teams. On one side, you have Bayern Munich, who was steamrolling through all competition until butting heads with Eintracht Frankfurt. On the other side, there is a young and hungry Leverkus…
 
With the completion of the sale of Newcastle United, the podcast team discuss a number of issues raised by the takeover: the endless lust for money, the state of the Premier League and the impact on fans caught up in it all, and wrestling with morality and love for a club.By These Football Times
 
If there was ever going to be a barometer to measure if Hansi Flick’s Germany is indeed better than Joachim Löw’s Germany, it would be this. Under their former manager, Germany had lost to North Macedonia (albeit a North Macedonia with Goran Pandev); that loss was Germany’s first in roughly two decades in a World Cup qualifier. The opposition was t…
 
Sam, Rik and Toni discuss why Luis Enrique can make a team with so many Barcelona players look so much better than Barcelona. That's what he's done in 2021 with Spain, making good use of Eric Garcia, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, Pedri and now Gavi. Busquets and Gavi were particularly good this past week in the UEFA Nations League. Joan Laporta's la…
 
Samrin and Schnitzel cover plenty of topics including: Leverkusen's resurgence Freiburg remaining without defeat Ridle Baku as right back and a real need for a left back (why not Günter?) Nagelsmann's approach to defeats Thoughts on Bayern's defenders: Upamecano, Pavard Quick thought about the Newcastle takeover Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dive into the USMNT’s 1-0 loss to Panama in World Cup Qualifying. How should Gregg Berhalter have rotated his lineup for this game? What were some of the on-field factors behind the defeat? And what was the atmosphere like in Panama? Paul and Sam talk about all of those things, and more, on the s…
 
Taylor and Joe are back with another USMNT review show, this time digging into the USMNT's World Cup qualifier against Panama. What were some of the factors that led to the USMNT’s 1-0 loss, their first ever loss to Panama in World Cup Qualifying? What did we make of the lineup? Where does most of the blame for this result lie? We talk about those …
 
We are joined in the Centre Circle by our very own Steven Scragg, as he talks to us about the final part of his incredible European club competition book trilogy. The Undisputed Champions of Europe examines the glory days and the various periods of dominance of the greatest club competition in the world - when the European Cup truly gave us the bes…
 
Germany are heading into their second game of the international break. This time, they’ll be facing North Macedonia, who haven’t exactly been easy opponents lately (the 2-1 loss comes to mind). Granted, they now have a coach who can actually make the right decisions and field the right players, but a lot hinges on the forwards being able to convert…
 
Germany managed to scrape a win against an extremely well-drilled Romania side in what becomes the first problematic game of Hansi Flick’s short tenure. Starting with five Bayern Munich players in the lineup, the Germans went down early to a goal by Ianis Hagi and struggled to stamp their authority on the game. While Serge Gnabry and Thomas Muller …
 
Taylor talks to Greg Lalas about the return of the Kicking and Screening Film Festival, which runs from October 12-15 in New York. They've got some excellent films this year, and we get into the creation of the festival, the selection process for deciding on entries, and Greg's favorite soccer films and documentaries. You can find out more about th…
 
On this week's episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam talk all about the U.S.'s 2-0 win over Jamaica. Recording from Austin, our hosts discuss the U.S.'s lineup and performance and look ahead to the USMNT's game against Panama on Sunday. Sponsors! BetterHelp! Unload stressors and get some unbiased feedback with BetterHelp. Head to betterhelp.…
 
Slappin' Glass sits down with the Head and Associate Head Coaching duo for Florida State WBB, Sue Semrau and Brooke Wyckoff! The trio dive into the areas of high pressure communication, consistent staff messaging, teaching closeouts, and play a special version of "Start, Sub, or Sit?!", covering the areas of Horns Action, Post Play, and Bad Screeni…
 
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