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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 ...
 
Dion Dublin enjoyed a 22 year career as a player and played for some of the finest and most charismatic football managers in the modern game. In this series, Dion tracks down his old gaffers to find out how they handled those pressure cooker environments, how they got the best out of their players and what it is within their DNA, that ultimately makes them tick and able to handle some of the most stressful jobs in sport. WARNING: CONTENT CONTAINS EXPLICIT AND GRATUITOUS LAUGHS, AND ELABORATE ...
 
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Award-winning author and journalist John Carlin joins the Front Three Podcast for a special Two-part miniseries on the rise and fall of Real Madrid's Galacticos. In this episode they cover the team's success in the early 2000s, the firing of Vicente del Bosque, the deal that took David Beckham from Manchester United to Madrid, and why following the…
 
Join us as Nik and Ed guide us through the Euros and the fallout thereof, discuss the parallels between Gareth and Ole and check in on our players at the Copa & the Olympics. The delightful duo then turn attention to the MUFC season ahead - discuss the win against Rooney's Derby, how Mata can transition to a role model, our Pokemon like collection …
 
In the 2nd part of our interview with Guillem Balague, we ask him whether Pep Guardiola will dip into the transfer market, if Martin Odegaard will come back to Arsenal and whether or not Andres Iniesta is the best player to have played for Spain. Don't forget to watch our new "Debate Room" episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/_6SqKuhbb6M…
 
Guillem Balague joins the Front Three Podcast to discuss his latest book: Maradona: The Boy. The Rebel. The God. From League titles and World Cups to drugs and the Mafia, Guillem takes us through Maradona's early years in Argentina to his short stint in Barcelona where he scored 38 goals in 58 goals and received a standing ovation from the home cro…
 
The BBC's Chris Bevan joins the Front Three Podcast to discuss his much acclaimed piece on what it takes to make it as a professional footballer and how footballers can pick up the pieces when it doesn't work out. We track the career's of two players who once trialed alongside Joe Cole and Gareth Barry with the England-under 16s back in 1997. Liste…
 
A special 4 man podcast this week troops! Join Nik, Ed, Alex celebrating in reacting to the news that Jadon Sancho will be joining the United in the summer. Having long been an advocate of this signing I can say I am excited! The lads go over England's performances so far and their chances (is it actually coming home this time?) and there are also …
 
More from our epic back-catalogue and this week is was our conversation with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Helen, Sam and Maysie sat down with the boss in the briefing room at the club's Aon Training Complex to look back at his playing career and, what was at the time, his first twelve months as Manager of Manchester United. If you'd like to listen through…
 
In this slightly delayed upload our superstar team of Jamie and the prodigal Ed return to breakdown the group stages and look forward to the Euro knockouts. There is strangely cordial post-mortem of the Scotland v England match and the lads briefly discuss player transfers. Enjoy the episode!By United Hour
 
We're continuing to bring you some of our best early episodes from the UTD Podcast archive. This week Sam, Helen and Maysie bring you our emotional conversation with Lou Macari. Lou does fantastic work with his homeless shelter in Stoke, something we spoke about in depth before getting on to his playing days and later a tragedy that struck the Maca…
 
ESPN & Fox Sports football journalist Gustavo Hofman joins the show live from the Argentinian hotel in Brazil to give us the lowdown on the latest stories coming out of Copa America. Hofman tells us why tournament had to be moved from Columbia and Argentina to Brazil, the Continent's struggle to contain COIVD-19 and how the Brazilian national team …
 
More from our epic back catalogue this week - we've dug out another early episode with former Manchester United midfielder and the club's current Technical Director, Darren Fletcher. Helen and Sam spoke to Darren in a Manchester restaurant back in November 2019, where he told us all about his journey through the ranks at Old Trafford, the decision …
 
Former Sky Sports News Presenter Natalie Sawyer joins the boys to talk about the recent promotion of her beloved Brentford F.C. The TalkSport host looks back on the club's recent highs and lows in the playoffs, potential summer signings, the club's use of "Moneyball" analytics and how the Bees will do in the Premier League next season. The guys als…
 
Imran and Jamie take the controls for this episode as they review the Sir Alex Ferguson documentary, Never Give In (spoilers!) Our delectable daddy-o's take a look at what came out of Joel Glazer's appearance at the Fans Forum and they discuss potential transfers and potential targets. Rounding out this instalment, our boys look forward to Euro2020…
 
The BBC's Alex Bysouth joins the show after this weekend's thrilling 3-2 win over Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League final, to discuss the USA's chances of winning the World Cup on home soil in 2026. They look at the failure of Freddy Adu, and the emergence of talents such as Chelsea's Christian Pulisic, FC Barcelona's Sergino Dest, Dortmund's G…
 
We're continuing to bring you some of our best early episodes from the UTD Podcast back catalogue, while we take a short break from recording over the summer. Our second ever episode was recorded with Dimitar Berbatov in a swanky hotel in London and it got us off to a great start. Berba talked us through his fascinating childhood and how he reflect…
 
While we take a short break, we're bringing you some of our most epic episodes from the UTD Podcast back catalogue. This week we've combined our very first two episodes which we recorded with Manchester United legend Bryan Robson at the club's former training ground, the Cliff. If you'd like to listen through our back-catalogue, the best place to d…
 
The Athletic's Manchester United reporter Carl Anka reviews the much anticipated Sir Alex Ferguson documentary, Never Give In . Carl talks about Fergie's legacy in world football, his underrated success at Aberdeen, why he's the best manager of all time, and why some of his proteges haven't had as much success as managers. The guys also talk a bit …
 
Nik and Imran review Manchester United's bitterly disappointing Europa League Final loss on penalties to Villarreal. Is it the players or Ole to blame? What could they have done differently? A look back at our recent history in penalty shoot outs, this was our 4th since Sir Alex Ferguson retired We assess what this means for the season as a whole a…
 
*Apologies for the audio issues this episode. We didn't realise they were there until recording had finished. Hoping to return to our regular quality in the next episode.* Join Nik and Jamie as they look back on the wind-down to our season and discuss how our B Team took on Wolves. They chat about who started the match and if that is an indication …
 
Jonathan Greening joined the UTD Podcast this week, looking back on his playing days and ahead to his future in the game as a coach. Jono's stories from his first year at Old Trafford were incredible, particularly his paintballing session with the likes of David Beckham, Peter Schmeichel and Gary Neville - on his first week at the club! He also tol…
 
In Episode Two of their Debate Room YouTube series, AJ, Coach and Big Will debate who has been the best Barcelona team so far in the 21st Century. Their candidates include the 09/10 team that won six trophies, the 2011 team that won the Champions League in scintillating fashion against Fergie's Manchester United in Wembley Stadium and the 2014-2015…
 
Current Manchester United Scout and former club goalkeeper Tony Coton joins the UTD Podcast this week. TC shared some great stories from his spells at Birmingham City and Watford - including a pre-season tour with Elton John! We breezed through his time at Manchester City to get to his stories of working with Sir Alex Ferguson as his goalkeeper and…
 
Meanwhile... our intrepid explorers Nik, Colm & Alex discuss if a worrying trend is spreading since the 2nd leg against Roma - capitulation! The gang chat about how important Harry is and if our current form is down to fatigue or are we just not showing our quality? Of course, the team discuss the protests and try to strike a balance of getting a m…
 
The Athletic's Jack Lang joins the boys this week to discuss the career of the once heralded wonderkid Alexandre Pato - who after a stunning rise to the top at AC Milan, has since faded into obscurity in the MLS. Lang explains why the Brazilian's lack of ability to keep himself on the pitch for a sustained period of time stunted a potentially great…
 
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…
 
Nik and Imran convene after yet another comeback victory for Manchester United at Villa Park. We talk through the 3-1 win, praise Pogba, Cavani and Greenwood, before previewing United's hectic schedule that see's us play both Leicester and Liverpool in the space of 3 days. We also talk Joel Glazer's letter to the fans and what change we hope to see…
 
In their weekly football podcast, the Front Three continue their conversation with ESPN Writer and Contributor Tor-Kristian Karlsen. The former scout gives us the lowdown on ESPN's list of the best young players under the age of 21. The trio discuss the rise of Erling Haaland, Jude Bellingham and Phil Foden. Plus, the guys also look at the players …
 
Join us for a deep delve into what went down at Old Trafford yesterday with the #ProtectTheLegacy protests. Nik and Jamie are joined by Shane who gives his first hand account of the prematch protest. We then discuss all the ramifications of the unprecedented match postponement - will the club be punished? when will the match be replayed? what is ne…
 
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…
 
The boys pick the brains of renowned Chief Scout Tor-Kristian Karlsen who has worked for clubs such as Monaco, Watford and Bayer Leverkusen. In Part One of their weekly football podcast, the guys ask Karlsen about the scouting world and how its changed from grey coats in the stands to video and stats-based analysis. Karlsen also touches on what it …
 
Imran and Colm convene right after the final whistle of United's emphatic 6-2 victory over Roma in the first leg of our Europa League Semi-Final. We cover that blistering second half, discuss how bad Roma were, and heap plenty of praise on Cavani, Pogba and Bruno, before finishing off we a preview of the big game on Sunday vs. Liverpool.…
 
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…
 
Nik is joined by Colm and Imran to dispatch a borefest at Elland Road quickly into the annals of history. The lads also welcome West Country red Ben onto the pod to discuss his beloved Weymouth FC, his budding career as a football commentator and the impact of the now-widely discredited ESL plans on grassroots football. Finally there’s just time to…
 
Wall Street Journal economics reporter Jon Sidreu gives his take on the fallout from the European Super League. The guys discuss the current league model in the NFL, NBA and MLB and why the "Americanisation" of football in Europe could be the best thing to happen to football clubs and viewers - with matches featuring the best teams every week. Catc…
 
Nik is joined by Colm, Ashwin and Jamie to process the shock announcement of a proposed European Super League. The lads discuss the details as far as they are available, try to analyse the factors at play that got European football to this point and assess the possible impact on United and the sport as a whole. In an extended episode there is just …
 
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…
 
One of the biggest questions heading into the summer transfer window is the future of Norwegian sensation Erling Haaland. Currently at Borussia Dortmund, the talented young striker has a host of clubs queuing up for his signature. European football expert Constantin Eckner gives us the lowdown on whether it'll be a straight shootout between Spanish…
 
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…
 
Imran is joined by Colm to revel in a yet another comeback win, this time against Jose Mourinho's Spurs. There's a baffling VAR call, four* lovely goals and a superb second half performance to chew over, before the lads move on to discuss United's most in-form star. Then there's just time to mention our routine win at Granada and to preview the ret…
 
In this week's episode of the Front Three's weekly football podcast, the trio talk to freelance football journalist Constantin Eckner about whether Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund can make through to the UEFA Champions League Semi-finals. They discuss the 3-2 thriller in Germany and wonder whether last year's winners will have enough depth at t…
 
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 …
 
Nik is joined by Jamie to review yet another United rescue mission; this time coming from behind at home to Brighton. The lads hail Mason Greenwood's return to goalscoring form before discussing Cavani's form, our midfield puzzle and the Jekyll and Hyde nature of many of our games this season. There's also time to preview our Europa League quarter …
 
In this week's episode of the Front Three's weekly football podcast, the trio talk to The Athletic's Senior Football Writer Stuart James about the pressures that club managers face. Stuart discusses his interviews with current & former managers Niall Quinn, Brian McDermott, Gary Monk and others. From the intensity of match day, to the scrutiny of s…
 
This week, the Front Three are back with another great episode. The Co-founder and host of the Goal Diggers podcast Anita Abayomi joins the Front Three’s weekly football podcast to discuss women in football. They look at whether TV broadcasters such as Sky Sports, BT Sport and the BBC have closed the equality gap in football punditry. Anita tells u…
 
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…
 
The Front Three are back again with another exciting episode of their fun and informative football podcast to keep you updated with the latest happenings from the field. The Athletic’s Jordan Campbell joins the Front Three’s weekly football podcast for this episode to give the inside scoop on Rangers. Listen to the podcast to find out how former Li…
 
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…
 
Imran is joined on a mission of mercy by Colm and Jamie to put United's hideous FA Cup exit at Leicester to bed as quickly as possible. The terrible goals conceded, the baffling calls in the dugout and the hopeless performances on the pitch are all dissected, before the lads consider the bigger picture of where this setback leaves Ole and his squad…
 
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