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Download the official Manchester United Podcast for exclusive interviews from some of the biggest names in football as they reveal stories you will have never heard before. Sam Homewood, Helen Evans and David May sit down with legends from the past and present day to give you a unique insight to Manchester United and the sometimes unbelievable world of football. If you'd like to get in touch with the pod, e-mail utdpodcast@manutd.co.uk This is the only official podcast for fans of the Red De ...
 
The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2020/21 season. Hugh Woozencroft, Gregor Robertson and leading football writers from The Times and Sunday Times provide expert analysis of the big issues every Monday and Thursday You can subscribe to The Times and The Sunday Times to enjoy our award-winning journalism on your smartphone or tablet. Just search The Times online.
 
'Ringer FC' is your podcast home for all things soccer on The Ringer. Join us on Monday and Thursday for 'Stadio', hosted by Ryan Hunn and Musa Okwonga, two long-time friends, covering the major European football leagues, and a lot more. On Wednesday, Arsenal legend and former England international Ian Wright hosts ‘Wrighty’s House’, discussing the latest in European football with a rotation of special guests.
 
This podcast will mostly concentrate on the lives and viewpoints of many different male voices talking about their own masculinity. The biggest problem we have as males is that we don't talk about our own experiences and problems about our own manhood. And that being a man now looks a lot different that it used to be, or that we think it is. This podcast is supported by NextGenMen (nextgenmen.ca) and the Alberta Podcast Network. You can also find it at modernmanhood.org So how we balance bei ...
 
Bienvenidos a la versión en audio de los videos de Sportiva en YouTube. Somos una cápsula informativa sobre fútbol internacional y otros deportes. 🔔 ¡Suscríbanse al podcast y al canal de YouTube! ☕️ Apoyen nuestro proyecto comprándonos uno o más cafés: http://buymeacoffee.com/sportiva Conducción y Producción Periodística: Cecilia Lagos. Producción Audiovisual: Azero TV. This is the audio version of the Sportiva videos on YouTube. We talk mostly about international football. We'll have more c ...
 
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Gavin Williamson, the education secretary, has said today that a national voucher scheme for free school meals would return on Monday, after pictures of the food packages being given to children were widely circulated online. Footballer Marcus Rashford said the Prime Minister promised 'that he is committed to correcting the issue'. Katy Balls speak…
 
In his statement to the Commons today, Boris Johnson suggested March 8 as a date for schools to return. This is earlier than some predictions but certainly later than many were expecting when schools were shut earlier this month. Katy Balls talks to James Forsyth and Isabel Hardman about what this tells us about when a more general lockdown easing …
 
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga for what we’re now calling an "Uncle Special." They begin by chatting about Wrighty’s coat, which was memed after the weekend’s FA Cup coverage (01:03) then move on to discuss Musa’s new book, 'In the End It Was All About Love' (03:12). They reflect on living in Berlin, the parallels in their respective careers, the ro…
 
A rundown on the key Premier League’s fixtures from Game Week 19 remaining games discussing Chelsea's loss to Leicester, Man United's win against Fulham and Arsenal triumph against Newcastle We also discuss Chelsea's, Man United's and Arsenal's games in the FA Cup with a brief discussion on Ozil's recent finalised departure from Arsenal. Recorded v…
 
In the last 24 hours, the EU has threatened to place export controls on vaccines manufactured in the EU; while a German paper has been corrected by Berlin for misreporting that the German government thought the Oxford-Astrazeneca jab was only eight per cent effective in over-65s. Isabel Hardman talks to Katy Balls and James Forsyth about what's goi…
 
Musa and Ryan reflect on the news that Chelsea is parting ways with Frank Lampard, which broke during recording (1:52), before discussing Manchester United’s win over Liverpool (15:10), Southampton’s win over Arsenal (24:53), and the rest of the FA Cup action. They then head to the Bundesliga (29:26), as Bayern look set for another title, Hertha fi…
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Alyson Rudd. Liverpool are out of the FA Cup and off the pace in the Premier League - are the wheels starting to wobble for Jurgen Klopp’s side? After consistently playing midfielders in defence - are the defending champions in dire need of defensive reinforcements or can they ride it o…
 
We're delighted to have Manchester United Captain Harry Maguire as our guest this week. Harry looked back on his career and ahead to what this squad can achieve in the future. The skipper recalls playing at Old Trafford for Sheffield United in the FA Youth Cup, coming up against a young Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Ravel Morrison. He also talks ab…
 
The Guardian reported today that the Department of Health is considering offering a £500 isolation fee to encourage more people with symptoms to get tested. But the Treasury hit back fast saying that they had not seen these proposals and that the idea was 'bonkers'. Katy Balls talks to James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson about what the row says about t…
 
Musa and Ryan let the questions guide them through a busy week of fixtures, but begin with Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus winning the Supercoppa, Leverkusen’s win over Dortmund, and Alcoyano eliminating Real Madrid from the Copa del Rey (05:34). They then answer questions on Manchester United and Paul Pogba (12:52), Kai Havertz and Chelsea’s issues (21:13…
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Roddy and Jonathan Northcroft. Chelsea have won two out of the last eight Premier League matches - is their form finally leading to serious questions over Frank Lampard’s future? Should the club legend leave Stamford Bridge, who could be in line to replace him? Across London, West Ham are seeing s…
 
Ian is joined by Ryan Hunn to chat about the current state of the Premier League (01:02) as well as the pros and cons of there being so much football. There are flowers for John Stones (11:35), talk about the Barclays FA WSL after Chelsea inflicted a first defeat of the season on Casey Stoney’s Manchester United (15:55), and a look back at Mesut Öz…
 
A rundown on the key Premier League’s weekend fixtures from Game Week 19 discussing Chelsea's win in the West London derby against Fulham and Man Utd's failure to take the 3 points against Liverpool. The Brothers also discuss Ozil's imminent departure from Arsenal. Recorded via ZoomBy The Brothers Chat
 
Today the Commons debates the 'genocide amendment' to the Trade Bill, which would allow judges to restrict the government's ability to sign trade deals with countries deemed guilty of genocide. It's a clear swipe at China and its treatment of the Uyghur minority, and on the podcast, Katy Balls discusses with James Forsyth and Isabel Hardman what th…
 
Former Manchester United full-back Lee Martin joins the Podcast this week to look back on a career that was defined by a goal at Wembley in 1990. He recalls that famous FA Cup Final moment and how it kick-started Sir Alex Ferguson's trophy-laden era of dominance at Old Trafford. Lee also reveals some more humbling moments in his career, including h…
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Matt Dickinson. Liverpool vs Manchester United was the predictable goalless draw a lot envisaged but was it a missed opportunity for Ole Gunnar Solskjær? Liverpool haven’t scored in their last three Premier League matches - are the players tiring at the same time? Leicester and Southam…
 
Musa and Ryan begin by looking back at Athletic Club’s victory over Barcelona in the Supercopa de España, thanks to Iñaki Williams’s incredible winner, praise new boss Marcelino, and discuss Lionel Messi’s first red card for Barça (03:06). Then it’s on to a roundup of the Premier League, including statement wins for West Brom (18:31) and Manchester…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by former England international Darren Bent to preview the biggest PL game of the season so far between Liverpool and Man Utd - who could go six points clear with a victory at Anfield. Also discussed are the new COVID protocols regarding celebrating goals and looking at what the future holds for Mesut Ozil who's Arsenal …
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft. Tottenham have once again dropped points from a winning position - is Jose’s cautious style at fault? Would Spurs winning the League Cup buy Mourinho more time to win the fans over? Has Gareth Bale been worth the money they’re paying him when he’s just sitting on th…
 
Musa and Ryan open the mailbag for the first time this year! Before that, they touch on this week’s Copa Libertadores semifinals, which saw Palmeiras and Santos progress to an all-Brazilian final (04:20), Holstein Kiel’s win on penalties against Bayern in the DFB Pokal (05:49), and Mauricio Pochettino’s first trophy as a manager (12:40). They then …
 
Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Ryan Hunn to discuss the Premier League's FA Cup on full show (01:07) thanks to Spurs’ trip to Marine and upsets by Chorley and Crawley. They also discuss how surroundings and conditions can affect an elite athlete’s performance and mindset (07:29), Emile Smith Rowe’s continuing emergence, and the time Ian wound…
 
Manchester United Women's Team winger Leah Galton joins the UTD Podcast this week to talk about her journey to Man Utd, which started at arch-rivals Leeds United. Leah talks about her experiences in the game at Sky Blue in the United States and Bayern Munich in Germany, before she took time out to consider her career. She reveals how Casey Stoney c…
 
In this episode, Musa and Ryan focus on the Bundesliga, where there were statement victories aplenty. They start off in Mönchengladbach, where Bayern lost 3-2 to Marco Rose’s side (08:21), before moving on to Dortmund’s impressive performance in Leipzig (16:17), Schalke ending its winless streak thanks to Matthew Hoppe's hat trick (25:07,) and the …
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Matt Dickinson. The FA Cup third round threw up some shocks, but was the third round as special without fans packed into grounds? Gregor was at the game as Leeds were humbled by Crawley Town, so no one was better placed to explain what went wrong for Marcelo Bielsa’s side. Positive Cov…
 
Brexit is done, but Nigel Farage may well remain an influential force in British politics. With his rebranding of the Brexit Party to 'Reform UK' approved this week, Katy Balls talks to James Forsyth and Patrick O'Flynn, former Ukip MEP, about whether or not Sinoscepticism and lockdown-scepticism are enough for Farage to build a new movement.…
 
Musa and Ryan begin by briefly reflecting on recent political news before moving onto football. They discuss the concept of managerial development (08:12), the Carabao Cup semifinals (13:07), and Barcelona Femení playing at Camp Nou for the first time in half a century (21:54). There’s chat about Cornella’s win over Atleti, Barcelona having fun aga…
 
Last night's events in Washington DC has sent shockwaves around the world. Trump's obvious disregard for democracy was on show, leading to a normally diplomatic British government to condemn the President in strong language. Cindy Yu talks to Katy Balls and James Forsyth about how the government sees its past and future relationship with Trump and …
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft. Manchester United fall short at the semi-finals again, but what stopped them making the final this time? Manchester City are looking everything United wish they were at the back - are John Stones and Rúben Dias the best centre back pairing in the Premier League? Now…
 
The government has announced that 23 per cent of over 80s in England have now received their first dose of the Covid vaccine. With Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock aiming to give 13.5 million people the jab before the middle of February, will that be enough to end lockdown restrictions? Cindy Yu speaks to Katy Balls and James Forsyth.…
 
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga to discuss Southampton’s win over Liverpool and there being a genuine Premier League title race (01:15). They then move on to Mauricio Pochettino being named head coach of PSG (13:54) and give flowers to Eberechi Eze following his brilliant goal over the weekend and his impact at Crystal Palace (22:30). They also chat …
 
Following the announcement of a third lockdown, a testing regime for arrivals could be put in place. It comes as Michael Gove said there would be announcements in the coming days about 'how we will make sure that our ports and airports are safe', and Nicola Sturgeon said 'urgent' discussions were underway. Isabel Hardman talks to Katy Balls and Jam…
 
Musa and Ryan step into 2021 and look back at very good weekends for Arsenal (04:42), Manchester City (10:56), and Manchester United (20:50), who beat West Brom, Chelsea, and Aston Villa, respectively. They then round up the rest of the Premier League (28:31), plus an Old Firm Derby win for Rangers that extended their lead over rivals Celtic as wel…
 
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