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It’s going to be a cracking summer of women’s football and we’re here with you every step of the way - Upfront is back! Join Flo, Rachel and Chloe three times a week here on FRP as we bring you the latest from across the tournament! Today’s pod has everything you need to know about the Euros ahead of kick-off next week; England’s chances, dark hors…
 
Today’s guest isn’t afraid to speak his mind and is deeply analytical about the world of football. Former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers defender Nedum Onuoha joins Kate and Jim to reflect on his new book, Kicking Back! With fascinating insight, Nedum pulls back the curtain on dressing room culture and some of its more sinister, insular ha…
 
The Iceland national team’s run at Euro 2016 and qualification for the 2018 World Cup is one of football’s greatest ever underdog stories. Today, Andy speaks to one of the players at the heart of it all! Hannes Þór Halldórsson was Iceland’s first choice between the sticks for a decade, despite only picking up his gloves when he was 20. From saving …
 
Dotun and Andy are joined by David Cartlidge, Nicky Bandini, and Miguel Delaney to ponder on the biggest stories from the season that was in European football! How did Carlo Ancelotti master Madrid? Now they are back at the top domestically, are the Milan clubs ready to take the Champions League by storm once more next season? And how is the balanc…
 
An England legend, a star of the GB team at London 2012, and part of Arsenal’s historic quadruple-winning side, Anita Asante has done it all. Today, Neetz joins Rachel in the studio for a special Upfront Meets, as they look back on her epic career after finally hanging up her boots at the end of the season. Neetz discusses the toughest forwards she…
 
After a dramatic climax to the season last weekend, there’s lots to dig into on today’s On The Continent! Dotun and Andy are joined by David Cartlidge to discuss the stars behind Roma’s European triumph and what comes next for José Mourinho’s fresh-faced squad. We also hail AC Milan’s return to the top of the Series A tree and Zlatan’s inspiring ro…
 
Ever wondered about the mental demands of being an elite footballer in the burgeoning women's game? To round off this season of Upfront, we're exploring exactly that. Flo sits down with Chloe and two of her Crystal Palace teammates, Shiv Wilson and Leigh Nicol, for a chat about the challenges of competing at the top of the FA Women's Championship a…
 
Today, Kate and Jim are joined by one of the most important figures behind the England men's team's recent success - it’s performance coach and author, Owen Eastwood! Owen’s book ‘Belonging: The Ancient Code of Togetherness’ charts the ideas, influences and techniques behind a hugely successful career that’s taken him from the All Blacks rugby team…
 
Dotun and Andy are joined by Miguel Delaney to try and answer one of the biggest questions in European football on today's OTC: where will Kylian Mbappé end up next season? We also search for reasons behind a refreshingly enjoyable Europa League season and look ahead to the final weekend of Serie A as the scudetto heads to the San Siro - but which …
 
Today’s At The Match comes from one of the most prestigious days in the women’s football calendar: it’s the FA Cup final from Wembley! Upfront’s Flo and Rachel took in a pulsating game between two of the Women’s Super League’s elite. They also relive their favourite FA Cup memories, including how Rachel came to own an FA Cup winner’s medal, and hea…
 
We're here with a bonus episode of Upfront! Today, Rachel looks ahead to this Sunday's FA Cup final alongside three-time winner and England legend, Karen Carney! They discuss some of the key matchups as Chelsea and Manchester City, the WSL's two in-form sides, do battle at Wembley. We also can't help asking Karen about her time working under Emma H…
 
Dotun and Andy are joined by David Cartlidge for a look at those left in Real Madrid's wake after their impressive season. Barcelona look to be improving under Xavi, while Sevilla and Atlético struggle under the weight of their respective coaches. We also give you the lowdown on the youngsters looking to fill Erling Haaland's boots at Dortmund and …
 
Flo, Rachel and Chloe are back for the final WSL review of the season, as Chelsea snatch the title from Arsenal's grasp. We recap a dramatic final day and discuss who can view their season as a success. We also roll out the red carpet for our inaugural end of season awards! We'll see you at the Euros! Got a question for us? Tweet us @FootballRamble…
 
Dotun, Andy and Nicky Bandini are here for a tale of two continental coaches, as a tranquil Carlo Ancelotti made it to another Champions League final while Unai Emery's bluster fizzled out at the penultimate hurdle. We also preview a fascinating end to the Serie A season as the Milanese jostle for supremacy and we ask how successful the Europa Conf…
 
Last weekend was the penultimate round of matches in the WSL - and the final day in the Championship. Well, it sure didn’t disappoint. Flo, Rachel and Chloe pick through the drama: from Chelsea’s edgy win against Birmingham City, to Coventry United’s last-gasp winner. Two legends also announce their departure from the WSL and we get the lowdown on …
 
Dotun, Andy and Lars Sivertsen are working hard for the money on today's continental crusade - much like perennial title winners PSG and Bayern Munich. We ask if the feeling sours with each title win and what can be done to level the playing field. We also recap more midweek chaos, as Madrid's hubris gets them through another game and Villarreal pu…
 
Flo, Rachel and Chloe revel in the weekend's glorious Champions League chaos, as Barcelona proved they're still the team to beat and Lyon got one over their domestic rivals. Elsewhere, we ask how Man United can take the next step in the WSL after their Champions League hopes are all but lost yet again and Tracey Crouch's fan-led review raises impor…
 
Last April, the European Super League crashed into our lives. Andy Brassell and a host of journalists, fans and familiar Ramble voices revisit what happened. In this final episode, we map out the future of European football and the roles of the continent's main protagonists. A range of European football experts outline the current positions of vari…
 
Ahead of their inevitable Ligue Un coronation, Dotun, Andy and Miguel Delaney wonder what direction PSG should head in next season. Would they swap Mauricio Pochettino for Antonio Conte? We also look over the Simeone Effect on the dark side of Madrid and, a year on from the Super League, ask if the founding clubs will ever be punished and what's ne…
 
Last April, the European Super League crashed into our lives. Andy Brassell and a host of journalists, fans and familiar Ramble voices revisit what happened. In the second episode of our three-part series, we tell the story of how fans in England brought the house of cards crashing down. We hear from leaders of fan groups, supporters and journalist…
 
Flo and Rachel are joined by Boxpark Wembley's newest MC Chloe Morgan to look back over the FA Cup semi-finals. Arsenal's lack of composure was exposed by Chelsea yet again, while West Ham put up a stern fight against Man City. We also look into Kenny Shiels' bizarre sexist comments and how we can help eradicate this from the women's game. Got a qu…
 
A year ago today, the European Super League crashed into our lives. Andy Brassell and a host of journalists, fans and familiar Ramble voices tell the story of what happened, how supporters fought back, and wonder what the future holds. In the first of three episodes, we trace the long road to April 2021. From the origins of the Super League in the …
 
Andy visits a rejuvenated St James’ Park for a special Friday night under the lights. Mike Ashley’s departure at the end of last year lifted the dark clouds hanging over the city, but the new Saudi ownership has also prompted some difficult conversations. Andy speaks to Emil Franchi - who interviews supporters around the ground every week for Newca…
 
Dotun, Andy and Nicky Bandini look for the reasons behind two European behemoths' recent inconsistencies as Real Madrid limp on in the Champions League and Bayern's contract troubles loom large. Elsewhere, we wonder if Napoli can sustain a title tilt against both sides of Milan and round up some potential managerial moves come summer. Diego Simeone…
 
Flo and Chloe are holding down the fort as Rachel dials in from Belfast ahead of England's game with Northern Ireland - where they'll be led by Leah Williamson! We're here with all the info on the successor to the imperious Steph Houghton. We also look ahead to the FA Cup semi-finals this weekend where Arsenal face Chelsea yet again, before celebra…
 
After a full slate of Champions League quarter-finals, there’s so much for Dotun, Andy and David Cartlidge to get stuck into! We start with Madrid’s giants. Real righted the wrongs of their away display in Paris, while Atlético fell into old habits at the Etihad – we give the story behind two very contrasting nights. Elsewhere, we explore why Villa…
 
Flo and Chloe are joined by a jubilant Rachel after she witnessed a landmark moment for women's football over in Barcelona. She talks us through the amazing setting for what was a ridiculous Clásico showdown. We also give props to Liverpool after they sealed promotion in style - but how can they establish themselves in the WSL? And, as the Euros dr…
 
Dotun, Andy and Lars Sivertsen recap more international break business, starting with a look at Italy's failed campaign. Are they just a striker short, or should we look at the wider context? Elsewhere, Zlatan didn't manage to reach what would have probably been his last Big Dance so we ask how Sweden might fare without him. We also look over some …
 
Chelsea dealt a decisive blow to Arsenal in the title race thanks to some generous Leicester defending at the weekend. Flo, Chloe and Rachel talk through the implications of Arsenal’s postponed North London showdown and both sides’ run-ins until the end of the season. We also discuss Ada Hegerberg’s return after five years away from the Norway set-…
 
On a huge day for Italy and Portugal, Andy and Nicky Bandini confide in Dotun just how worried they are about their respective national favourites! We look over both nations’ woes and numerous absentees heading into an era-defining week for their coaches. Elsewhere, the José Mourinho Roma roller-coaster reaches another high, while L’Équipe’s salary…
 
Despite a lack of cupsets, there was still plenty of FA Cup magic to enjoy this weekend. West Ham made it out of Ipswich with a win, while Coventry put up a great fight against Arsenal. Alas, it was the WSL big guns that take the semi-final spots. Flo, Rachel and Chloe recap all that and look ahead to the Champions League's return later this week. …
 
We're back with a new episode of At The Match, the series that takes you right to the heart of football matches across the world. Today, Andy is joined by the Ramble's own Jim Campbell as they revel in a cracking atmosphere under the lights. They talk about Jim's relationship with his beloved Arsenal after moving to the area and how their recent re…
 
After suffering another embarrassing early exit, Dotun, Andy and Lars Sivertsen wonder if Juventus’ struggles should have been expected. Don’t worry though, we still find time to laugh at Andrea Agnelli. Elsewhere, Ajax fell hook, line and sinker for Benfica’s rope-a-dope while PSG’s love affair with Lionel Messi and Neymar might be over sooner tha…
 
Flo, Rachel and Chloe are off to Hollywood! Sort of. Today we're joined by Angel City FC's Freya Coombe, the coach of Los Angeles' newest team, to discuss her new role and the differences she's noticed since moving to the U.S. from Reading a few years ago. Elsewhere, after an unprecedented week for Chelsea that saw speculation and questions around …
 
We're going inside the number nine on this week's episode of On The Continent, as Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski's hat-tricks reminded everyone what they're still about. Dotun, Andy and David Cartlidge also ask if PSG will ever wake up from their Champions League nightmare. We also get a sprinkling of João over in Madrid and a couple of tasty…
 
Who Knows Wins is the social sports game where mates, family and colleagues pit their wits for real money... and bragging rights. Use the free app to play directly against your pals in your own custom league. Or join the thriving community of players in one of our existing competitions like this weeks pick10 league with a £6,000 prize fund. Keep on…
 
Flo, Rachel and Chloe recap a seismic League Cup final that saw Man City sweep Chelsea aside in startling fashion. We ask where it all went wrong for the reigning champions and how this might influence the WSL. Elsewhere, Viv Miedema reminds everyone that class is permanent and, seeing as it's International Women's Day, we celebrate women from foot…
 
Who Knows Wins is the social sports game where mates, family and colleagues pit their wits for real money... and bragging rights. Use the free app to play directly against your pals in your own custom league. Or join the thriving community of players in one of our existing competitions like this weeks pick10 league with a £6,000 prize fund. Keep on…
 
Dotun and Andy are joined by Miguel Delaney as clubs, competitions and federations across Europe continue to feel the wider effects of the war in Ukraine. We wonder how this common cultural touchpoint across the continent will be altered, ask if anyone will ever challenge Bayern Munich and tip the hat to birthday boy Mauricio Pochettino. Got a ques…
 
Who Knows Wins is the social sports game where mates, family and colleagues pit their wits for real money... and bragging rights. Use the free app to play directly against your pals in your own custom league. Or join the thriving community of players in one of our existing competitions like this weeks pick10 league with a £6,000 prize fund. Keep on…
 
Flo, Rachel and Chloe react to the seismic news that, after six years, a group of U.S. Women's players settled their ongoing lawsuit with U.S. Soccer around equal pay and fair remuneration for future generations. To help us understand the ramifications and what happens next, we're joined by the Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman, who's been at th…
 
Who Knows Wins is the social sports game where mates, family and colleagues pit their wits for real money... and bragging rights. Use the free app to play directly against your pals in your own custom league. Or join the thriving community of players in one of our existing competitions like this weeks pick10 league with a £6,000 prize fund. Keep on…
 
Dotun, Andy and Lars Sivertsen pick up the pieces from a fascinating Champions League midweek and try to fit them all together. Let's hope it's nothing like Bodø/Glimt’s mosaic, mind… We start in Spain and the battle of The Crashing Realistics, as Unai Emery’s men strained on the leash against a Juventus side already leaning on their new number nin…
 
Rachel joins Flo and Chloe live from Wolverhampton ahead of England's final game at the Arnold Clark Cup on today's Upfront. She gives us the inside scoop on how the tournament's going and England's improvements under Sarina Wiegman. We also assess the fortunes of a new-look USWNT in the SheBelieves Cup and look ahead to the latest round of FA Cup …
 
Who Knows Wins is the social sports game where mates, family and colleagues pit their wits for real money... and bragging rights. Use the free app to play directly against your pals in your own custom league. Or join the thriving community of players in one of our existing competitions like this weeks pick10 league with a £6,000 prize fund. Keep on…
 
Dotun, Andy and David Cartlidge revel in the return of the Champions League, as RB Salzburg ran Bayern ragged and Real Madrid fans almost celebrated Kylian Mbappé's winner against their side. We also pick through the rubble after Sporting failed to blow the bloody doors off Porto's grip on the Primeira Liga top spot - chaos ensued! Got a question f…
 
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