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Updated March 2020
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The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2019/20 season. Natalie Sawyer, 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.
 
The NBA Basketball podcast you never knew you needed, Jackson and Holmes bring tons of fun and #realnews to the forefront of basketball discussion as they offer their analysis and opinions to anybody who'd listen. You can follow Jackson and Holmes on Twitter @jwthegogetter and @holmesalone respectively. Thank you for listening and let us know what's up with a review, tweet, telegraph, or you can even be a part of the show via voicemail/email to leaguepasslegends@gmail.com
 
This is THE Voice of Manchester City fans. All the latest news, opinion and interviews from the Blue half of Manchester. City Square hosts Natalie Pike and Danny Jackson are joined by an ever rotating cast for Top Blues including Sam Lee, Ste McInnerney, Alex Hylton, Adan Keyworth and Walter Smith who bring you the latest from the Etihad stadium each and every week with unrivalled passion and insight. Plus, hear from some of the legends of City's past and present with exclusive guests interv ...
 
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Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson to discuss Harry Kane's proposal of the end of June being the moment that enough is enough and it's goodbye to this season! The panel discuss this, proposed 'World Cup style' camps for an accelerated end to the season, and discuss the greatest moments they've ever seen live in the flesh. For information reg…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Alyson Rudd to discuss where the money should come from to fill the current financial void in football, and how the National League plans to scrap it's current season altogether! And you've been having your say on what the nation's favourite football film is, as the panel cast their decisive votes! For information regardi…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson to debate who the greatest manager of all time is! Sir Alex Ferguson, Bob Paisley and Jose Mourinho all get a mention but Matt & Gregor believe that none of them deserve the accolade! Find out why as it's left to Natalie to cast the decisive vote. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com…
 
Nat & Gregor are back as the beautiful game comes to terms with the most ugly of times. They're joined by Jonathan Northcroft to discuss what no Premier League football before the 30th April means for the future of the game in England and beyond. Plus Gregor has been catching up with some Premier League footballers about how they're getting on in i…
 
Natalie and Gregor are joined by the Times very own Alyson Rudd to look back on an awful week in the Champions League for Liverpool and Tottenham. Rebeccas Myers also joined them following a tough SheBelieves campaign for Phil Neville and his Lionesses. And, is football really football without the fans? As coronovirus takes it's toll on sport, we d…
 
Mike Calvin, Adrian Clarke and Seb Stafford-Bloor discuss how the footballing theatre of Anfield will impact a big night in Liverpool's season. They also study the footballing philosophies of Klopp and Simeone, and take a look at Mourinho’s recent outspoken gripes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by James Restall to discuss Man United's derby win at Old Trafford! But are the good times back under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Henry Winter brings a special report from Old Trafford on Bruno Fernandes watch, plus the panel discuss Newcastle's odd season, ask whether Mo Salah is Liverpool's greatest ever attacker - and Gregor ta…
 
Nat & Gregor have Tom Roddy and Tom Clarke in to discuss Eric Dier hurdling seats to get involved in an altercation at Tottenham! And after the Giroud and Gilmour show at Stamford Bridge, should Billy the kid be on his way to the Euros? Plus we tell you which of the panel thinks Oliver Giroud would be a Championship striker in another life! For inf…
 
Mike Calvin, Alyson Rudd and Daniel Storey discuss the question marks surrounding Frank Lampard’s ability to get the best out of Chelsea, following recent results at the Bridge. The trio also analyse how Liverpool’s first league defeat may affect their approach to other competitions, and Jose Mourinho’s striking crisis at Spurs. For information reg…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Alyson Rudd and Matt Dickinson to discuss Phil Foden's masterclass at Wembley! But has he got enough time to make Gareth Southgate's Euro 2020 squad? They also look at where Liverpool rank in the Premier League's greatest ever teams after their unbeaten run came to an end, and ask whether we should feel sorry for Wilfried…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson & James Restall to look back on Man City's incredible win at The Bernabeu, and discuss whether Kevin de Bruyne is now the best midfielder in Europe. They also ask whether Villa fans would be happy to win the League Cup and get relegated, and Natalie recalls her most bizarre interviews....including a chat with…
 
Mike Calvin, Adrian Clarke, and Dominic Fifield discuss the upcoming Champions League knockout rounds with Manchester City travelling to Real Madrid with the shadow of their UEFA ban hanging over them. Chelsea host Bayern Munich, and Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi return to action in their ties. For information regarding your data privacy, visi…
 
No Natalie this week so Tom Clarke is joined by Gregor and Alyson Rudd for more on whether Arsenal's win over Everton proves they are well and truly back under Mikel Arteta. They also discuss whether Sean Dyche is getting enough credit and talk treasured sporting possessions after new Barcelona signing Martin Braithwaite admitted he'll never wash h…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Tom Clarke and Alyson Rudd fresh from her trip to Madrid to see Liverpool's superstars humbled by a dogged Atletico Madrid. They also look at some of football's best strops after Dele Alli's antics against RB Leipzig, and with Erling Haaland taking the world by storm Gregor reminisces about playing against a 15-year-old b…
 
This week, Mike Calvin and his guests Darren Lewis and Tony Hodson discuss the fallout between Man City and Uefa, but who will come out on top; footballs governing authorities or the 'super' clubs? The trio also talk over the upcoming Champions League fixtures and challenges posed to the English clubs. For information regarding your data privacy, v…
 
Gregor is back! As he and Natalie discuss who was 'having one' on Sunday in the high profile bust up between Bournemouth's Dan Gosling and referee Jon Moss. They're joined by Alyson Rudd and Tom Clarke for more on this, Ben Gibson forcing his way out of Burnley, and whether Arsenal should be more worried about relegation than making the top 4! For …
 
Gregor Robertson is back alongside Natalie Sawyer this week for the latest episode of The Game. They are joined by The Times very own, Matt Dickinson, and James Restall. They took an in depth look at the Championship and how Marcelo Bielsa can turn things around at Leeds. They also discussed where the problems are at Palace and the difficulties of …
 
No Gregor this week, but Natalie is joined by Alyson Rudd, Jonathan Northcroft and Tom Clarke to discuss John Stones' troubles under Guardiola at Man City. They also discuss West Ham's problems on and off the pitch, and pay tribute to the 23 brave souls who followed Barrow AFC on their 740-mile round trip to Dover! With an incredible tale along the…
 
Can Chelsea maintain their march to the title when they face Manchester United in the BT Sport WSL match this Sunday? Are Liverpool on the brink of relegation? The panel also discuss the influence and growth of women coaches in the game. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Was Jose’s win over Pep a masterclass or a stroke of luck? Can Liverpool entice Kylian Mbappe to join this summer? Have Chelsea blown their top four chances by not investing in the transfer market? The panel discuss the weekend’s major talking points and what lies ahead in the race for the top four and midweek FA Cup matches. For information regard…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson and James Restall to discuss whether we can truly call Tottenham's win over Man City a Mourinho masterclass, and ask if Gareth Bale has done anything wrong by staying put at Real Madrid. All that plus a touching piece on Accrington Stanley striker Billy Kee, who announced he is retiring from football at the a…
 
Pep Guardiola has picked a fight with the Man City faithful over not selling out The Etihad - but has he got a point? Nat & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson for more on this, Christian Eriksen bidding farewell to the Premier League by joining Antonio Conte in Milan, and whether West Ham are doomed. For information regarding your data privacy, visi…
 
Jurgen Klopp says none of his Liverpool stars will play their FA Cup 4th round replay against Shrewsbury. Fair enough or out of order? Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson and James Restall for more on this, Newcastle's proposed takeover and David Moyes' unhappy Hammers. Plus they mark 25 years since Eric Cantona's infamous kung-fu kick! But d…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft to discuss whether it's the end of the road for Ole at the wheel, and whether Edinson Cavani is nothing more than a flat track bully. All that plus Jonathan tells us why all is not well between Carlo Ancelotti and Jordan Pickford, and Gregor explains why Celtic and Rangers would beat the…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined in the studio by James Gheerbrant & James Restall to discuss Liverpool's win against Man United at Anfield. But would this Liverpool side beat Man United's Champions League winners of 2008? The group discuss that, whether Adama Traore is now the best player outside the top 2, and whether we love or hate Mike Dean? For inform…
 
Natalie & Gregor are joined by James Restall and Tom Roddy to discuss England's sticky striker situation with injuries to both Kane and Rashford. They rope in the help of Matt Dickinson to solve the VAR crisis sweeping the country, and James tells us why an Englishman should be considered the greatest footballer of all time. For information regardi…
 
Sergio Aguero has now scored more Premier League goals than any other foreign player. But is he really better than Thierry Henry? Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson and Tom Clarke for more on this, whether football needs orange cards, and discuss if Eddie Howe is the Premier League's first "unsackable" manager. For information regarding your…
 
There was only one winner in the Grealish v Maddison battle this week, but will the maverick midfielder be another talent ignored by England? Nat & Gregor are joined by Jonathan Northcroft and Tom Clarke for more on this, a turbulent week for Carlo Ancelotti, and settle the debate on whether Pep Guardiola has given more to English football than Sir…
 
This week on the Football Writers podcast, Mike Calvin is joined by Darren Lewis and Seb Stafford-Bloor who look at the issues which lie ahead for the sides at the bottom of the Premier League table as the pressure begins to mount on relegation threatened Bournemouth and their manager Eddie Howe. For information regarding your data privacy, visit a…
 
Natalie & Gregor are joined by Alyson Rudd for a look back on an FA Cup weekend that threw up plenty of talking points! A pitchside monitor in use at Selhurst Park, a 40 year old hero for Rochdale, and Liverpool's youngsters heaping more misery on Everton at Anfield. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
It was lift off for Arsenal at The Emirates as Mikel Arteta secured his first win as Gunners boss against old rivals Manchester United. Natalie & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson for more on this and the new manager bounce in action for Watford and West Ham. Plus Alyson Rudd with a special report on yet more Mourinho antics, and whether VAR had a …
 
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