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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 ...
 
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Four Marvelous Friends come together for an important mission...To break down all the movies in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). As well as laugh and joke and share what we love (and hate) about these movies as well. Be entertained by Rob, Renaldy, Elise and Fergie with special guests (our other Marvelous Friends) on certain episodes.
 
Welcome to the Daily Record’s game-changing new podcast Fergie Time – featuring Scotland and Rangers legend Barry Ferguson as you’ve never heard him before.Every week join Ferguson and chief football writer Keith Jackson as they get straight to the heart of all that matters in Scottish football. And a bunch of other stuff you probably never even realised you cared about until now.This is Ferguson at both his most relaxed and his most explosive. Hear him unload on everything from the state of ...
 
The Scottish Football Citizen is a new weekly podcast that delves into the long and illustrious past of Scottish football. We cover every level from internationals to the juniors, discussing players, managers, teams, big games and even the fans and how they earned a crust in order to pay for their match tickets. Sign up to our mailing list at https://the-scottish-football-citizen.mailchimpsites.com/ to make sure you never miss an episode or an update from us!
 
REVOLUCION RECORDS : BIOGRAPHY It now seems such a long time ago since their debut release "Pain Killing Pills" by Malta based Dj/Producer Malcolm Abdilla first brought Revolucion Records to everyone`s attention back in the summer of 2007. Since then the team behind this fully digital imprint have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to achieve their current status as one of a growing number of quality, up and coming Uk based independant labels. A label that`s know for releasing quality under ...
 
Even if you lived in Turkey or traveled to Turkey for vacation or business, I'm hoping this music will pleasantly surprise and entertain you. There is so much ethnic and social diversity in the world. Freedom, social justice and human rights aren’t enough to bring happiness to people. Every social or ethnic community has a need to love and be loved. What I say sounds like Bob Marley's ideas but it isn't all that different from the principles of Kemal Ataturk (founder of modern Turkey) or wor ...
 
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Thirty years ago, on a rainy night in Rotterdam, Manchester United took on Barcelona in the European Cup Winners' Cup final. Having won the FA Cup twelve months earlier, United flew the flag for English clubs in their first season back in European competition after a five-year absence. Sir Alex Ferguson's side was starting to come together and form…
 
Double-World Cup winning Christen Press joined the UTD Podcast this week, looking back on her incredible honours list and her first season at Manchester United. The USWNT star told us what it's like to achieve such success in major tournaments and how she has brought that mentality to Casey Stoney's squad this year. Christen also told us how it fel…
 
Rory McIlroy ended an 18 month dry spell to land the Wells Fargo Championship last night, but not without all the usual Rory tropes - a nervy finish, confusing golf rules, help from his caddy, and of course some brilliant golf.A record indoor crowd for a boxing event in the US (73,126) turned up to watch Canelo Alvarez defeat Billy Joe Saunders in …
 
Manchester City still can't quite seal the deal, and now a listener is on claiming that Kevin de Bruyne is actually overrated. We don't usually read out all the stuff that comes in from scum around the country but...We also discuss Leicester's chances of making the top four, before James Horncastle joins us to talk about what has happened at Juvent…
 
Ahead of Euro 2020 in the summer, this week sees Andy, Lindsay and Jim revisit Scotland's debut Euros tournament where the Tartan Army descended on Sweden for our games against the Netherlands, Germany and the Commonwealth of Independent States (aka Russia). Just how would Andy Roxburgh and Craig Brown's men fare against some of the best sides in t…
 
"So you're taking a break from your good stories to watch bad stories?" So here's what we do on our day-off.... we talk DC, and other Super hero entertainment in this episode! Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @marvelous_pod or email us at marvelousfriendspod@gmail.com, we’d love to hear from you. Or if you’d like call leave us a voicemail @(617) 29…
 
**NOTE: This was initially a Second Captains World Service members-only show broadcast first on 22nd of April 2021. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a member at secondcaptains.com. Your support allows us to continue to do work like this, broadcast our daily shows and undertake long-term projects like 'Where Is George Gibney?'. We…
 
Former Manchester United man Andy Ritchie joins the UTD Podcast this week, to look back on a career that included two hat-tricks at Old Trafford. Andy tells us how he personally wrote to all 92 clubs when he was looking to sign for a new side - plus we find out where the nickname 'Stitch' comes from... although that's still up for debate. Helen, Sa…
 
"We don't want to see fans storming stadiums Gary? Do we?"It depends...Mark Critchley was there at the Lowry Hotel and Old Trafford, and Jonathan Wilson also joins us to talk about what happened on an unprecedented day, and what might happen next.Plus there's sympathy for Dave Jones, throwing soup and being a good Yank.And we ask the question - are…
 
On this week's dip in the World Service paddle pool we look back at Katie's London Olympics and Ken's life choices and look ahead to the tough challenge awaiting Leinster in the Champions Cup semi final.Join for a fiver a month. There's no contracts and no hidden fees and you can quit at any time. It’s independent, commercial-free and member-led. Y…
 
In this week's episode we continue our four-part series about the career of Sir Alex Ferguson in Scotland.We pick up where we left off at the end of episode 20 where Ferguson has just finished his playing career at Ayr United and is looking for a route into management. After a failed job interview for his first club Queen's Park, East Stirlingshire…
 
"So, are we supposed to like John Walker now?” In this week's exciting episode, The Marvelous Friends review The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 6, season finale. It gets controversial! Intro: 00:08:50 Synopsis: 00:09:46 Audience reviews: 00:11:10 Letter Grades: 00:14:28 Episode 6 Review: 00:24:08 John Walker / US Agent Review: 01:01:35 A Lit…
 
It's the long awaited arrival of Ruud van Nistelrooy to the UTD Podcast. The Dutch goal machine joined the Pod to look back on his career - and his goal-laden years at Old Trafford in particular. Ruud went into great detail about his failed move to Manchester United the first time around, revealing the emotions and conversations that went on in 200…
 
It was a while coming, but when it came Munster's win over Leinster was emphatic. The caveat of a weakened Leinster team might be applied retrospectively, but the alternative was barely worth contemplating from Munster's point of view, and their determination to keep their foot on Leinster's throat was exemplified by a fired-up Peter O'Mahony, who …
 
After the crime was uncovered last week, there must be punishment. But what form will this punishment take? Will the prodigal sons be welcomed back into the fold, or is swift, harsh judgement coming their way? Rory Smith of the New York Times, and the Currency's Dion Fanning hold court on today's show. We also discuss why Dublin lost their Euro 202…
 
Brian, Matthew and Mark welcome Choccy's great friend and former Celtic teammate John Colquhoun to the show to talk tales of the Underground, the great VAR robbery and how the pair first met on a bus to Nottingham. They'll also test their knowledge of each other by revisiting their old Shoot and Match magazine interviews from the 1980s before playi…
 
In this episode Andy delves into the archives of the Scottish Football Museum to bring you an interview from the year 2000 with Alex Smith. A well-travelled player and manager in his day, here Smith recalls travelling from his hometown of Stirling to Hampden Park with his friend Billy Bremner to watch a very famous European Cup Final between Eintra…
 
Member-led journalism is a hell of a thing. Three days, three bumper football podcasts, one former Super League. We've been joined on the World Service over the last couple of days by Miguel Delaney, Sid Lowe, Gabriele Marcotti and Jonathan Wilson as the league began to disintegrate before our eyes, and there'll undoubtedly be more breaking news as…
 
Bucky’s tryna be a stepdad real quick” HOLY CRAP! It's Julia Louis-Dreyfus. In this week's episode, The Marvelous Friends share their thoughts on Episode 5 of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Intro: 00:12:03 Episode 5 Review: 00:13:20 Easter eggs: 01:06:49 Questions we still have: 01:13:08 Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @marvelous_pod or email …
 
This week we hear from Paul McShane about his experiences coming through the Manchester United Academy system and onwards. The Ireland international recalled his time at United and the demands that were placed on young players very early; after winning the FA Youth Cup, the team still got an earful from Sir Alex Ferguson. He also told us how his co…
 
We've already got a full football podcast out in the world, but bloody hell what a morning of news. As opinions continue to pour in from players, pundits, managers (and Ian Holloway), we delve into our bulging mailbag for more reaction to the dirty dozen breakaway. Ireland shipped 50 points to France, just 7 days after putting 45 unanswered points …
 
You know it's a big day of football news when Jose Mourinho getting sacked is a mere speck on the windshield of the day's stories.Today's pod is giving some initial reaction to the Super League plans announced by 12 of Europe's richest clubs. They've made their grab for money and power - can anyone call their bluff?Tariq Panja and Miguel Delaney jo…
 
Ahead of the release of "Never Give In", the new film about the life of Sir Alex Ferguson, we bring you the first episode of a four-part series about Fergie's time in Scotland before he departed for Manchester United. Andy, Lindsay and Jim look at Sir Alex's Govan upbringing, starting out at Queen's Park as an amateur, breaking into the St. Johnsto…
 
This week we had another special show in our 2000th episode celebration series as we chatted to a dear old friend of the podcast, Roddy Collins about the game that changed his life, his double-winning season with Bohs, safe-cracking, and having a few pints on the Six One News. As part of our Rachael Blackmore show we spoke to Katie Walsh and Malach…
 
“Steve is somewhere cosplaying as Joe Biden” On this week's MEGA episode, The Marvelous Friends talk all about The Falcon & The Winter Soldier Episode 3&4. Our other Marvelous friend Gaby joins us as we chat about Joe Biden, Cole Sprouse (again), and our Power Broker Predictions. Intro: 00:00:00 Episode 3+ 4 Review: 00:13:00 Episode 4 review (cont.…
 
Sparky joined the UTD Podcast this week to reflect on his playing and managerial career, while looking out across the Old Trafford turf. The former Manchester United striker talked us through his journey to the club, and how he never wanted to leave when Barcelona took him away from the club, before loaning him out to Bayern Munich. We also heard h…
 
It was a crazy couple of hours on Saturday evening, as Rachael Blackmore won the Grand National, Ireland hammered Wales in the 6 Nations, and Leinster came back from 14-0 down to beat the reigning European champions in their home ground in a classic Heineken Cup match. Galway has a new number 1 sportsperson in the extraordinary Beibhinn Parsons, St…
 
It was the weekend when Richard Keys and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer agreed: the Game's gone. We know that - but why? Also today, Ken unveils a controversial new theory: how will Eoin respond? Today is a heavily Ulster-inflected pod, with Cookstown's Stuart Dallas galloping through and Carnlough's Brendan Rodgers letting us in on some of the many - not se…
 
Brian's special guest on this episode is Ray Meade - musician and bassist with Ocean Colour Scene and Gerry Cinnamon. There will be the customary football chat - Ray being a Manchester United and Choccy fan since he was a kid - and the lads cover a variety of other topics including sending books to Iran, being a musician during lockdown and Fred We…
 
In this week's episode Andy, Lindsay and Jim take a look back at the life of an unforgettable character in Scottish Football, Ally MacLeod. From his humble beginnings in the south side of Glasgow to his rise of Ayr, success at Aberdeen and anticipation of Argentina, things were never dull when Ally MacLeod was around. The Scottish Football Citizen …
 
The Champions League being overrun by lemmings, David O'Doherty meeting Paul Kimmage, and US Murph achieving true sporting zen. It's your World Service sampler menu in a week absolutely packed with sport from the Champions League to the Champions Cup to the US Masters. Sign up the World Service for just €5 + VAT a month at secondcaptains.com/join…
 
“Battlestar?! Stop the car” In this week's exciting episode, The Marvelous Friends review The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 1&2. Intro: 0:00 Review: 0:01:09 Easter Eggs: 00:50:43 Predictions: 00:57:26 #MarvelPodcast #MCU #8mile #MarvelComics #TFATWS We live on the internet so follow us everywhere. https://www.marvelousfriends.com YouTube ..…
 
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Raimond van der Gouw joins the Pod this week to look back at his time between the sticks at Old Trafford. Raimond opened up about his relationship with Peter Schmeichel; how he joined United to learn from the Great Dane but also that there would be friction between them at times. The now PSV Eindhoven coach also …
 
Thomas Tuchel has had it all his own way since taking over at Chelsea, but then he had not faced Callum Robinson - until Saturday afternoon.We also discuss the question of whether Erling Haaland can take control of Manchester City's transfer policy.Then we're joined by Dermot Corrigan to talk about the allegation of racism that caused Valencia to w…
 
In this episode Andy, Lindsay and Jim mark the return of the third round of the Scottish Cup. Andy and Jim look ahead to a Tayside Derby at Dens Park by going back to a famous fixture between St. Johnstone and Dundee at Muirton Park in 1962, before Andy and Lindsay go back to 1967 to revisit the mother of all cup upsets. The Scottish Football Citiz…
 
Our month-long 2000th episode celebrations kicked off on the World Service last week with the big day itself and continued this week with the first of our big interviews, with Olympic diving legend and HIV/AIDS activist Greg Louganis.Ken had a barney about Martin O'Neill with Chris Sutton on BBC Radio 5 Live on Monday evening before unloading every…
 
In this week's epic episode, The Marvelous Friends talk all about their favorite friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. We review Jon Watts 2019 movie Far From Home, starring more of our favs like Tom Holland, Zendaya, Samuel L Jackson and our other other white king Jake Gyllenhaal. intro: 00:06:02 synopsis: 00:07:03 audience reviews: 00:09:00 letter gr…
 
Hot on the heels of Brian's first chat with Paddy Barclay comes part 2 in which the pair swap stories of their most memorable bollockings from Sir Alex Ferguson, the intricacies of man-management and Gary Neville's leadership qualities from an early age. In the mailbag, we'll also find out how the panel eat their Cadbury's Creme Eggs. Music by Liam…
 
Daniel James joins the UTD Podcast this week, where the Manchester United winger revealed what advice compatriot Ryan Giggs gave him ahead of his move to Old Trafford, where he went on to have the dream goal-scoring debut against his boyhood team Chelsea. The Wales winger also talked about how close he was to signing for Man Utd's arch rivals Leeds…
 
For this Monday's mini-pod, we focus on yet another Dublin-based team in blue barely showing any emotion while coolly winning yet another title in their home ground against plucky but over-matched country cousins.Why did Munster look a beaten docket from the start, should they be asking more of their best players, and what needs to change for them …
 
In this episode Andy, Jim and Lindsay take a look at the life of Peter Lorimer. Signing for Leeds United at the age of 15, the boy from Dundee with dynamite in his boots became the Elland Road club's youngest ever debutant and went on to become their record goalscorer in his two spells there. Lorimer also played in all three of Scotland's 1974 Worl…
 
It's fair to say nobody really saw last night's 3-2 scoreline in Ireland's World Cup qualifier against Serbia coming... nobody but Eoin, that is. Ken reflected on the pain and pleasure that came with both ending the goal drought while also losing. We also welcomed Irish swimming great Gary O'Toole to the "I'll Tell You Who Wrote It" Book Club and u…
 
"How many times do you think, on set, Shane Black said Tony's (Robert Downey Jr's) name wrong and constantly called him Bruce Willis?" "On your left!" In this week's magnificent episode, The Marvelous Friends review the 2019 masterpiece that is Avengers: Endgame. Starring all our favs Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Do…
 
This week we finally sat down with former Manchester United midfielder and long-serving First Team coach Mick Phelan. He revealed some of the inner workings at the training ground, why it's important for this club to bring through youth from the Academy, and how he still watches the Under 18s & Under 23s train so he can occasionally impart some wis…
 
After two and a half years Ireland finally got the performance and the win that could see them back in the big time. Did we miss the signs or did this come out of nowhere? Would it ever have happened without Henshaw's manic intensity at the start? Was the Earls try proof that Farrell and Mike Catt had the right plan all along but just needed some p…
 
In part two of our series about Scotland at the World Cup Andy, Lindsay and Jim take a look at the 1958 tournament in Sweden. This World Cup was the only one to date where all four home nations managed to qualify for the tournament, and we look at how Scotland qualified and got on in their games.Glorious failure: it wouldn't be like us, would it? T…
 
Your World Service taster menu is hereby served. After his initial show of disgust on Monday at Erik Lamela's goal in the North London derby, Ken continued to push his anti-rabona agenda during the week. On St Patrick's Day, Oisin McConville joined us to chat about cultural identity and the need for the GAA to allow people to get back training in N…
 
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