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On "The 1970," Marc Damon and Ed deliver insightful and occasionally comical commentary on the latest Paris Saint-Germain news. The weekly program features five rapid-fire topics, the main event, and questions from listeners. If you're a fan of Les Parisiens, "The 1970" from the PSG Talk Podcast Network is essential listening. Allez Paris!
 
The first (and only) English-speaking podcast devoted entirely to Paris Saint-Germain. Subscribe to listen to PSG Talking, the flagship show from the PSG Talk Podcast Network where we offer insightful analysis on the latest matches, transfer rumors, and so much more!
 
In 2007, The Football Ramble was born out of Luke Moore, Pete Donaldson, Marcus Speller and Jim Campbell’s passion for the most popular sport in the world—as well as a shared inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then, the boys have come a very long way: from a best-selling book to sold out live shows. Now, with the return of football post-lockdown, the Football Ramble brings you daily episodes of equal parts insight and hilarity. All this and more, Monday through Saturday. Lend ...
 
On "24th & Parc," Jon Olangi and Eduardo Razo discuss the intersection of Paris Saint-Germain and popular culture. The bi-weekly program features a conversation about PSG and how their marketing plan has turned a French club into a global fashion brand. We'll also discuss Ligue 1, the Champions League, footballers on social media, and so much more. If you love football culture, "24th & Parc" from the PSG Talk Podcast Network is for you.
 
The only Official Podcast from Chelsea FC, hosted by Mike Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham. Each week you'll hear exclusive insider interviews with A-list guests plus a unique blend of Chelsea analysis, pop culture and humor. An uncensored and uninhibited discussion on the world of soccer through blue-tinted lenses.
 
The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2019/20 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.
 
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After another Premier League weekend passes by with absolutely no moments of controversy, Marcus, Jim and Vish are here to revel in the ridiculous. Jamie Vardy continued to sap power from his opponents as he scored a hat-trick, while a classy Steve Bruce couldn’t understand how his side won that late penalty. There’s also time for more Pep Guardiol…
 
In this episode Mikey, Burf & Chris take a look back at the career of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Chelsea's prolific number 9, from his youth career in the Netherlands, that incredible single season at Atletico Madrid and his 4 years at Chelsea where he would become one of the Premier League's most feared forwards, before rounding off by looking at hi…
 
Daryl John Grove passed away last night. He was surrounded by friends and with Shannon, his wonderful wife, and Julie, his equally wonderful mother, by his side. I’ll post more information about services and how to pay respects once his family has some time. For now, if you want to keep writing letters, either to him or his family, you can send the…
 
The Premier League’s coming over the hill, which can only mean one thing - it’s time for The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Kate, Luke and Jim are here to blast through an intriguing round of fixtures, as Man United host Chelsea and Arsenal head to Leicester on the back of a lacklustre European performance. We also wonder what’s going on at She…
 
Taylor is joined by Sam Tighe (B/R and the Ranks FC podcast) to review as much of the action as possible from this week's Champions League games. We get into what Hansi Flick has unlocked at Bayern Munich, favorite Americans in Europe, doing keepy-uppies with Marcus Rashford, and the bonkers second half in Inter Milan v Borussia Monchengladbach. Pl…
 
Hugh Woozencroft and Gregor Robertson are joined by Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft. The Mesut Özil situation has got even messier in the last few days - but is Mikel Arteta really a failure for not getting the best out of him? Footballers are using their positions for activism more than ever - does anyone have the right to tell them to ‘just ge…
 
After Liverpool stood strong in Amsterdam and Man City swept aside Porto, Kate, Pete and Andy settle in for another roundup of Champions League action on this glorious Thursday. We then look over Mesut Özil’s omission from Arsenal’s Premier League squad and wonder how a player of such undisputed talent has ended up in his position. We also even hav…
 
On this week's episode of Chelsea Mike'd Up, Michael Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham break down a pair of draws for Chelsea against Southampton in the Premier League and Sevilla in their opening game of the UEFA Champions League. The guys are then joined by ESPN's lead college football broadcaster and Chelsea supporter Chris Fowler (14:50) to talk a…
 
Host Matt Davies-Adams & The Athletic's Chelsea experts, Simon Johnson, Liam Twomey & Dominic Fifield, reconvene following a Chelsea clean sheet... Hallelujah! Plus, YOUR questions answered: Could Petr Cech actually be our second-choice goalkeeper? How is Azpilicueta helping Reece James and who will be linked with Pochettino more strongly by Saturd…
 
The Legend talks with The Guardian's chief Manchester football correspondent Jamie Jackson about his latest book titled The Red Apprentice: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: The Making of Manchester United's Great Hope. Here's a link to buy the book: https://www.amazon.ca/Red-Apprentice-Solskjaer-Manchester-Uniteds/dp/B082XHBYKD…
 
The Champions League can do funny things to a team, it really can. Exhibit A: Chelsea secured their first clean sheet under Frank Lampard! Marcus, Pete and Vish are here to celebrate this momentous occasion on today’s episode of the Ramble. Man United also impressed last night, beating a wholly underwhelming PSG in their own back yard. We run the r…
 
Paris Saint-Germain's match against Manchester United on Tuesday night was supposed to be a chance at redemption. The Red Devils eliminated PSG from the UEFA Champions League in 2019 and their return to the Parc des Princes was a chance for Les Parisiens to prove that result was a fluke. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. On this episode of The 197…
 
Ahead of this weekend's El Clasico (Barcelona hosting Real Madrid), Taylor talks to Graham Ruthven about the respective states of both clubs, as well as how he thinks the game could play out... and why it might not quite as electrifying as seasons past. Plus, Diego Simeone's coaching philosophy, why we should be watching Cadiz, and Sevilla's title …
 
Finally, the Premier League has listened to our warnings about overindulgence and settled down - for now at least. Join Marcus, Jim and Andy for a stroll through some semblance of normality. We only got one goal from last night’s pair of matches. And that goal was scored by Raúl Jiménez - despite an on-brand Jim insisting it was a Kalvin Phillips o…
 
0:00 - Taylor provides a brief update about Daryl, as well as the show itself 3:40 - The Athletic's Jeff Rueter joins the program after a quick 3 year hiatus. He explains the Supporters Shield controversy, previews the USL Championship Conference Finals, provides more insight into the new MLS Reserve League, and discusses Andrew Carleton's present …
 
Hugh Woozencroft and Gregor Robertson are joined by Tom Clarke and James Restall. West Ham’s comeback against Spurs is under the spotlight, did Gareth Bale show signs of positivity during his 18-minute cameo? Virgin Van Dijk is potentially out for the rest of the season - should Jordan Pickford have been sent off? A debate breaks out over the lates…
 
After another weekend of chaos across the table, it seems as if this Premier League season won’t ever just calm down! Jules, Luke and Vish are here with all the reaction to a whole host of madness. The Merseyside derby was as wild as we hoped, with Jordan Pickford making yet more headlines and Dominic Calvert-Lewin sniffing out another goal. Elsewh…
 
I wanted to update everyone about the latest news regarding Daryl. The situation with Daryl’s liver has been deteriorating over the last couple weeks, which is the primary reason that he’s been in the hospital and not on the show. He had a procedure last week which we had hoped would buy him some time, but we received the news yesterday that there’…
 
In this episode Mikey, Burf & Chris take a look at the woman who won Chelsea the Summer Transfer Window, Marina Granovskaia, from her first encounter with Roman Abramovich, to her rise through the ranks at Chelsea and also how she conducts Transfer Business. They also give their thoughts on the controversial Project Big Picture. If you have any que…
 
0:00 - Brenden Aaronson's move to RB Salzburg is wrapped up... or will be when he moves in January. But the deal is done! Is Salzburg an ideal landing spot for him at this point in his career? What will the move mean for Aaronson's national team career? Who's the next MLS player that could make the move to Europe? Paul and Sam have answers! 10:14 -…
 
It’s cold outside, so wrap yourself up in a warm and familiar blanket: the Premier League returns this weekend! Marcus, Luke and Andy are here to look over it all on today’s jam-packed edition of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! There’s an intriguing Merseyside derby to kick off the weekend’s festivities, and we wonder whether Carlo Ancelotti…
 
Host Matt Davies-Adams & The Athletic's Chelsea experts, Simon Johnson, Liam Twomey & Dominic Fifield, reconvene to discuss Project Big Picture's big failure and discuss how Chelsea's stars have faired over the international break... Reece James' red card, Mason Mount's critics and more on the agenda ahead of this weekend's game against Southampton…
 
On today's episode, Ryan and Taylor get into "Project Big Picture" and the fallout over Manchester United, Liverpool, and the EFL Chairman doing some backroom planning. What was the idea, why was/is it necessary, and where do we go from here? After that, it's on to your listener questions... 1) If Diego Simeone were to leave Atletico Madrid, what c…
 
On this week's episode of Chelsea Mike'd Up, Michael Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham are joined for an interview by Chelsea center back Fikayo Tomori (11:45). We discuss his decision to stay with the club, his ties to Canada, and the time he broke Diego Costa's nose on accident in a training session. The guys also discuss Chelsea Women's win over Ma…
 
Hugh Woozencroft and Gregor Robertson are joined by Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft. England are once again in focus after defeat to Denmark, with no sign of Jack Grealish and no Harry Maguire for the majority of the game. Does the Manchester United defender need a break or should he continue to play on? Does the demise of the short-lived 'Proje…
 
Oh, England… With one deflected goal giveth, another red card taketh away. Kate, Vish and Jim are here in the aftermath of England’s loss to Denmark, as Harry Maguire’s dismissal reflected a night that just didn’t go the Three Lions’ way. Elsewhere, we celebrate two more wins for the Home Nations as Scotland and Wales showed their resolve, while Ad…
 
To start off today's show, there's a brief update about Daryl Grove's health status. After that, Taylor talks to Aaron Dolores of Black Arrow FC about a lot of different topics. How to watch soccer when you aren't as interested in tactics, how the intersection of soccer and black culture continues to expand in the United States, why Paul Pogba is s…
 
The Athletic's Felipe Cardenas returns to the show to discuss the first two rounds of South American World Cup qualification. We talk about Brazil's strong start, Argentina's resilience, a coaching merry-go-round at Paraguay, and some tactics as well. Plus, the best pundits in South American, Ecuador's new Antonio Valencia, Neymar breaking records,…
 
Jules, Pete and Vish are here to celebrate the magic of the Nations League after San Marino secure a fairytale 0-0 draw with Liechtenstein! There's also more mafioso developments in the Big Project Thing and we discuss yesterday’s crucial meeting of EFL representatives and the reaction of supporters’ groups. Plus, where does the Women’s Super Leagu…
 
We’re here with our own look at football’s big picture, as we take you from South Devon to Salford and everywhere in between on today’s episode of the Football Ramble! Join us! Kate, Luke and Andy are here with further reaction to the leaked proposals around ‘Project Big Picture’, as some EFL clubs voice their support (while West Ham aren’t so keen…
 
Ryan and Taylor take a look back at all the International action from this past weekend, including England being the current Germany, current Germany being the old England, and Brazil continuing to be Brazil. Plus, Norway gives us reason for optimism at the Euros, Spain wear down the Swiss, and much much more from around the globe! Sponsors! Indoch…
 
Hugh Woozencroft and Gregor Robertson are joined by Tom Clarke. The big talking point is the proposal to overhaul English football as set out in ‘Project Big Picture’. The Times’ Chief Sports Reporter, Henry Winter joins us to give his thoughts on the proposed changes and look back on England’s win over Belgium. Molly Hudson brings us the latest fr…
 
Best in the world you call yourselves? Come and have a go! Pete and Jim calm down a giddy Marcus to discuss England’s statement win over Belgium. We then chat Jordan Henderson’s dark arts, the absence of Grazza and the virtues of Gary Southgate’s pragmatic tactics. There’s also a lot of love for Andy Considine, who made his Scotland debut at the ri…
 
In this episode Mikey, Burf & Chris give the lowdown on Chelsea's Champions League Group Stage opponents, Sevilla, Krasnodar and Rennes, who are the key players to watch and can we top the group? They also cover Transfer Deadline Day, which was more about the outgoings than the incomings. If you have any questions for the trio or want to share your…
 
0:00 - Ben Olsen is out at DC United, which is truly the end of an era. How did we get here and how does the club move on from here? The guys discuss front office issues and possible coaching replacements. 15:26 - Allocation Disorder Mailbag time! What will NYCFC do with their open DP spot, how can the Chicago Fire become legitimately good, why is …
 
With Manchester United having about as poor a start to the season as possible, Taylor (a United fan) talks with The Athletic's Carl Anka about a whooooole lot of Manchester United. The board level mindset that is holding the club back, which players are most in need of a reset, what the club can learn from Southampton, Carl's approach to fixing the…
 
It’s raining cats and dogs on today’s brand new episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Marcus, Vish and Luke are here to chat about England’s debutant success as Dominic Calvert-Lewin gets his first goal, Danny Ings brings it home - even Conor Coady gets involved! Elsewhere, there’s time for qualifiers packed with penalties as Scotland a…
 
Hugh Woozencroft and Gregor Robertson are joined by Tom Clarke and Alyson Rudd. As the dust settles on the European transfer deadline day, the Chief Sports Correspondent for The Times - Matt Lawton - gives his insight into how the window works as a journalist, with the team adding their thoughts on which teams had the best transfer window. England …
 
As the international break rolls on, Marcus, Jim and Andy react to Scotland’s squad restrictions after Stuart Armstrong tests positive. Meanwhile, calls for fans to be allowed back into stadiums continue, and Gareth Southgate has a firm word ahead of England’s night with Wales. Elsewhere, Ferran Soriano suggests bringing B teams to the Premier Leag…
 
On this week's episode of Chelsea Mike'd Up, Michael Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham break down Chelsea's 4-0 win over Crystal Palace, the closing of the transfer window, and the Blues' draw in the UEFA Champions League. This week's guest is Emma Hayes (26:30), the manager of Chelsea Women, to preview their big match with Manchester City this weeken…
 
With the transfer window now more or less closed (mostly pretty much closed), Taylor is joined by Adam Snavely to discuss the most interesting moves that happened (or in some cases, didn't happen) in the most recent transfer window. Here are just a few of the many, many transfers we got into: Sam Mewis to Manchester City, James Rodriguez to Everton…
 
On today’s show, we welcome back managers, mascots and presenters alike as Vish finally comes out of hiding! He’s joined by Jules and Luke to discuss whether Mauricio Pochettino can solve Man United’s problems. Meanwhile, Forest’s dreams of Championship success look bright as Chris Hughton takes charge of the Reds. There’s also time for how far Gor…
 
It's a podcast takeover with the Stories of our Times podcast. The decision by the government to prevent fans from attending football matches in the UK has left many lower league clubs facing an uncertain future. What's it like to play for a National League and just how important are local clubs to their towns? Guest: Gregor Robertson, Times Sport …
 
With so much attention being paid to Paris Saint-Germain's transfer signings, it's easy to forget that on the pitch, the reigning French champions have looked awfully impressive with four consecutive victories. On this episode of PSG Talking, I hand off hosting duties to Guillaume and he's joined by fellow long-time contributors Matt and Cose. They…
 
Brian Sciaretta of American Soccer Now returns to the show to discuss roughly 20 players in the USMNT player pool. Which MLS players have improved their stock the most in the last 4 months, why we should be weary of positional experimentation when it comes to Tyler Adams, the best interview in American soccer, the resurgence of Aron Johannsson, and…
 
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