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One todays pod, Phil and Oli discuss the Newcastle takeover and what it will mean for English football going forward, they also ask if the ownership structure of Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal can adequately fund clubs as well taking a look at the future of OGS
In todays pod, Phil and Callum take a look back at the talking points from the weekend, they discuss what's going on inside the club and if Ole is in trouble,
Theo Ten Caat joins Callum. Theo is a former Dutch professional football forward who played for FC Twente, BV Veendam, FC Groningen, Aberdeen and Vitesse Arnhem.
Iain Brunskill joins Callum. Iain Brunskill is National Coach at the Chinese FA’s Technical Department.Iain began coaching as a community coach at the Liverpool academy moving on to work with all age groups from U6-U19. In 2008 he joined Blackburn Rovers as reserve team coach, progressing to first team coach, working with a series of coaches and ma…
In this weeks BTP, Phil and Callum sit down to discuss Utd's disappointing 1-1 draw with Everton and all the talking points surrounding it.
Phil and Callum give their reaction to the dramatic 2-1 v Villarreal
Eilidh Barbour joins Callum. Eilidh presents and reports for Premier League and FA Cup matches for BBC Final Score and is also Sky Sports SPFL Anchor.As a presenter, she regularly fronts Football Focus, Match of the Day 2, FA Cup draws and highlights as well as The Women’s Football Show for BBC. She is also the face of BBC's Golf coverage.…
On todays pod, Phil and Callum look back at Utd's disappointing Carabao cup game v West Ham
Manchester United under 23 manager Neil Wood joins Callum. Stretford-born Wood is a former Reserves captain at United and was part of the coaching team at Aston Villa before returning to Manchester United in his current role.
Adrian Bevington returns to the show. Adrian has worked with an array of clubs, national associations, owners and sports rights companies. He has particular expertise in football strategy, media and communications and looks at those factors within the game and much more.
On today's pod immediately after the disappointing 2-1 defeat at Young Boys, Phil is joined by Callum as they discuss the fallout as well as looking back Ronaldo's incredible debut
Tommy Miller joins Callum. Tommy played under Roy Keane and Paolo Di Canio during a career that saw him play for Hartlepool United, Ipswich Town, Sunderland, Preston North End, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town, Swindon Town, Bury and FC Halifax Town.
In this weeks Pod, Phil and Callum discuss this weeks much anticipated return of Cristiano Ronaldo. The boys also discuss the potential fall out from the suspension of Fred, they talk about Greenwood, Varane, Sancho etc. Hope you enjoy it folks
Andy Campbell joins Callum. Andy played for Middlesbrough, Cardiff City and Dunfermline Athletic in addition to several other clubs on loan. He is currently the manager of Middlesbrough Women.
Today Phil is joined by former MUTV Commentator Steve Bower as they discuss what Cristiano Ronaldo was like as a young kid when he joined United. Steve is also the only guy to interview the Glazers after their takeover at United, he talks about what things were like inside United before and after the takeover.…
Darren Pratley joins Callum. Darren has played for Fulham, Brentford, Swansea, Bolton and Charlton. He is now playing for Leyton Orient at the age of 36.
Phil is joined by the wonderful Nicole Deans from the United She Stands blog and from the excellent @realladiesinred channel. We discuss Ronaldo, Wolves, the window and all other United news
In this weeks pod, Phil is joined by stand in Kyle Quinn as they discuss all the latest news and talking points surrounding Manchester United
Sky Sports reporter and voice of The Premier League Years Guy Havord joins Callum. Guy has many fascinating tales from covering football at the highest level.
In today's weekly pod, Phil and Callum talk about this weeks Premier League opener v Leeds as well as discussing everything that's going in the transfer market and answering a number of your questions
Brian Little joins Callum. In his careers Brian managed Darlington, Leicester City, Aston Villa, Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, Hull City, Tranmere Rovers, Wrexham, and Jersey. As a player, he was a versatile forward who spent his entire playing career at Aston Villa. He made one appearance at International level for England as a substitute agai…
Callum is joined by Michael Reschke. Michael is a German director of football and head of European Football at Stellar. Michael has held senior positions at top Bundesliga clubs such as Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Bayern München, VfB Stuttgart and Schalke 04 Reschke started his career as youth coach of Viktoria Frechen and moved to Bayer 04 Leverkusen in …
On todays pod, the fantastic Danny Higginbotham joined Phil to discuss why Utd wanted Sancho and Varane, what they will bring to the club and discusses what he thinks Utd will look like tactically this season
Paul Heckingbottom joins Callum to discuss his career in management to date. He started his coaching career with Barnsley's development squad and, after a successful spell as caretaker manager in which the club won promotion and the EFL Trophy, he was appointed manager in 2016. In February 2018 he moved to Leeds United. Heckingbottom then managed S…
Phil is joined by one of the most prominent journalists in the sport, Grant Wahl, as they take a look at the current health of US Soccer
In todays pod, Phil and Callum sat down to discuss all the latest news surrounding the club
Rudi Vata joins Callum to discuss his extraordinary journey in football from seeking political asylum to playing for club and country at the top level.
The fantastic Jonathon Johnson joins Phil to talk about the fall out of the Euros in France as well as discussing the futures of Mbappe, Varane, Camavinga etc
Phil and Callum are back for their first pod of the season. The boys give you the latest news on all the potential new signings as well as discussing other talking points surrounding the club
Ian Taylor joins Callum. Ian had a fifteen-year career in the Football League and Premier League, scoring 103 goals in 577 league and cup competitions. He won the league cup with Aston Villa and played in European competition.
Thomas Grønnemark joins Callum. He is the throw in coach for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp. He has also worked as a coach with teams, including Viborg, FC Midtjylland and Silkeborg.He held the Guinness World Record for the longest throw-in, and was a member of the Danish bobsled team for four years.
Tony Warner joins Callum. Tony notably played in the Premier League for Fulham, having also being contracted to Liverpool and Hull City without playing. He has also played in the Scottish Premier League for Celtic and Aberdeen and in the Football League with Swindon Town, Millwall, Cardiff City, Leeds United, Norwich City, Barnsley, Leicester City,…
Mickey Thomas joins Callum. At club level, he played for Wrexham, Manchester United, Everton, Brighton & Hove Albion, Stoke City, Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Derby County, Shrewsbury Town and Leeds United. As a Welsh international, he made 51 appearances and scored four goals.
Simon Cox joins Callum. Simon most recently played as a striker for Western Sydney Wanderers and the Republic of Ireland national team. With the Republic of Ireland, he participated at UEFA Euro 2012. Cox began his career at Reading. He has also played for Brentford, Northampton Town, Swindon Town, West Bromwich Albion, Nottingham Forest and Bristo…
George Sephton joins Callum. George is a stadium announcer, matchday DJ, and after dinner speaker, known primarily for his work at Anfield for home fixtures of Liverpool Football Club. He is popularly known as The Voice of Anfield, and is England's second longest-serving stadium announcer, behind Peter Gilham of Brentford.…
Callum is joined by Kevin Kilbane who played for several English clubs, including Everton, West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland, Wigan Athletic, Huddersfield Town and Derby County (the last two on loan from Hull City) and Coventry City. He also Kilbane won 110 caps for the Republic of Ireland national team, fourth behind only Robbie Keane, Shay Given a…
Experienced Norwegian manager Åge Hareide joins Callum. Åge Hareide is the manager for Rosenborg BK, and most recently managing the Denmark national football team. In his playing career, he played for Hødd and Molde in Norway as well as Manchester City and Norwich City in England. Hareide was capped 50 times playing for Norway.…
Today Phil is delighted to be joined by podcaster Colm McGuigan for the first time as the boys look back on the Europa League Final disappointment as well as looking ahead to what promises to be a very busy summer.
The Portuguese genius stopped by to chat with us before tonights final
Graham Roberts joins Callum to discuss his career in football from Tottenham Hotspur (where he won the FA Cup and the UEFA Cup), Rangers (where he won the Scottish League and Scottish League Cup), Chelsea (where he won the Second Division) and West Bromwich Albion. He also talks about his experience of international football with England.…
John McGovern is a footballing icon. At the age of 19 he became the youngest player to play in all four divisions of the Football League. During his playing career he won promotion with Hartlepools United / Hartlepool, Derby County and Nottingham Forest. He won titles as English League champions with both Derby and Forest. At Forest he also won the…
Callum is joined by Steven Caldwell. Steven won 12 caps for the Scotland national team and played over 300 league matches in his career, primarily in the top three tiers of English football. Since retiring from playing, he has been working as a Major League Soccer analyst for TSN in Canada.
MUFC Roma Semi Final Pod
When Jose Mourinho realised as a teenager that he was never going to be a great player, he decided he was going to become the best coach in the world. From translator and assistant to Sir Bobby Robson at Barcelona to multiple league and Champions League-winning manager at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Tottenham Hot…
Alan is a former professional footballer, having played for Manchester United and Exeter City, before sadly being forced to retire at the age of 24. He has since gone into academia and has been teaching within further and higher education for 16 years. This is his story
Mark Wotte joins Callum. Mark has managed teams in the Netherlands, Egypt, Qatar, England and Romania, and has also worked for the Scottish Football Association as performance director.
On todays pod, former United and Newcastle winger Keith Gillespie joins Phil to talk about his fantastic career and lets you know what happened behind the scenes during this journey
In this weeks episode we spend very little time talking about the Leeds game you'll be relieved to know but we do talk about all the things going on in and outside of the club.
Today Phil was joined by Rodri Giggs, he doesn't hold back
Jim Cassell joins Callum. He is a former Youth Academy Director at Manchester City. He has been responsible for the development of players such as Shaun Wright-Phillips, Joey Barton, Stephen Ireland, Nedum Onuoha, Daniel Sturridge, Michael Johnson and Micah Richards and many others.