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The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2020/21 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.
 
The wild and wonderful world of soccer from an American perspective. Samuel Army and a rotating cast of fans, athletes and athlete fans discuss all the relevant goings-on from both sides of the pond. Headlines and a weekly recap plus previews and predictions with an emphasis on the Premier League and Champions League, along with the US men’s and women’s national teams, and just enough from the rest of Europe, MLS and NWSL to be dangerous. Episodes also typically feature candid interviews wit ...
 
A 30th anniversary podcast series celebrating all that was good (and bad) about possibly the most iconic World Cup finals tournament. Released on June 8th, 2020, Vincerà! remembers the summer of 1990 and the matches of the 14th FIFA World Cup and plenty more besides through the memories and experiences of a host of special guests - including actual winners of the tournament!
 
Every four years, people all over the world turn their eyes, ears, and hearts toward the most exciting sports competition on the planet: The World Cup. We Came to Win tells the stories behind the tournament’s most memorable moments. Like, how did one player become a God, and a villain, after breaking the rules? How did the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup save English soccer from falling apart? And how did one player turn a free-kick into an act of protest? This series from Gimlet Media is a ...
 
2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
Stats Insider is changing the way you watch, enjoy, and bet on sport by combining the love of the game with serious stats. Get all the insights on your favourite teams and players. Who’s overvalued and undervalued? What is their chance of winning the next match? More than a tipping service, more than a form guide, the Stats Insider machine learning models predict the performance of each individual player, based on hundreds of algorithmic factors for each sport. So, unprecedented insights int ...
 
Francis Leach and Tony Wilson are off to their fourth World Cup, this time in Russia! Re-live the World Cup day by day held behind the Putin Curtain, interviews with fans and whatever else you might expect from a normal day in Russia. World Cup Road Trip is produced by Nearly Media. www.nearly.com.au/worldcup Artwork by Studio Baker Music by George Parker-Brien
 
20/21 season - Follow the fastest growing Football Podcast. Covering The Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Champions League and Europa League! Listen to all things football, transfers, match previews and reviews, match predictions, competitions and much more! Our Listenership comes from an international audience. Top listeners come from India, Japan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, China, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, USA and The UK. Get involved and follow us/message us on instagram @Ondavolley T ...
 
Stoppage Time is now a weekly soccer talk show, debating anything and everything in the world of soccer: Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Champions League, World Cup, Copa America, Euros, you name it we’ll talk about it. Tweet @maxbarilpods to engage with the show! You can support the show at: PayPal.me/stoppagetime. Submit topics you’d like to hear discussed at: Tinyurl.com/stoppagetime
 
Football and politics have been inseparable since the sports' creation, but how do they interact in the modern world? And what happens when countries with different domestic and international agendas meet in the ultimate clash of nation v nation conflict... the World Cup?! Starting with the Russia 2018 World Cup, Awful Commentary brings you: 'Who Watches The World Cup?' a podcast about the intersection of football and politics that aims to predict the results of matches through both the team ...
 
Settle the Score is all about the 2019 World Cup. We're comedians, feminists, and we love soccer with a passion. Whether you're hoping to learn the ins-and-outs of all the drama so you can enjoy every moment of the tournament this summer, or you want some tactical analysis, you've come to the right place!
 
Join two-time World Cup champ and Olympic gold medalist Kelley O’Hara, as she sits down with some of the biggest names in sports to talk about the untold stories behind their success. Featuring Olympians, MVPs, world champions and breakout stars, the Just Women’s Sports podcast tells the real story of what it’s like to be a professional athlete today.The Just Women’s Sports Podcast is produced in collaboration with BOOM Integrated.
 
Full Time with Meg Linehan is a weekly soccer podcast expanding The Athletic’s coverage of the U.S. women’s national team, the National Women’s Soccer League, and the larger world of international soccer. Meg tackles the culture, context, and conversations about the sport here in America and beyond, with help from fellow writers and insiders from all corners of the game.
 
THE CRACK PODCAST unites US Soccer and World Cup legends DaMarcus Beasley and Oguchi Onyewu with Mabricio Wilson of Futbolr Clothing for candid conversations and debates amongst the three close friends, joined weekly by some of soccer’s most recognized names. Tune in to get real unfiltered opinions from the hosts as we the ask some of the most anticipated questions the football community has long awaited.
 
A women’s rugby podcast! Not exclusive to women, or about women’s rugby, but a fresh female take. England World Cup winner Nolli Waterman, and rugby broadcaster Laura-Jane Jones will be talking you through both the women’s and men’s games, and taking you on their adventures in the sport.
 
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To celebrate Scotland’s qualification for a first international tournament in 23 years, in the first episode of our new series looking at the nation's tournament history, we delve into their very first World Cups in 1954 and 1958, and the frustrations of the missed opportunities for the hugely talented squads of the 1960s.…
 
It's here. The heavily controversial quarter final between South Africa and Australia. We talk in depth about Bryce Lawrence, and whether his refereeing influenced this game as heavily as it is remembered. We also compare Pieter De Villiers to Ted Lasso. A huge thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Taylor, Adam Snavely, and Joe team up to answer your listener questions and talk CCL! We start out with CCL and try to get to the bottom of what on earth happened last night between the Columbus Crew and Monterrey and the Portland Timbers and Club América. Then, it’s on to the questions! 1) What can we expect from Bayern Munich under Julian Nagelsm…
 
Kelli Hubly, defender for Portland Thorns FC, joins Full Time to talk about the first trophy of 2021 for the Thorns after their Challenge Cup success last weekend. Plus, she walks through the tournament final, provides insight on teammates like AD Franch and Christine Sinclair, and we reminisce about the time a basketball game broke out in the mids…
 
We close Season 2 in style and welcome talisman of the podcast and Miles’s hero, Mike Atherton, as this week’s very special guest. Mark and Miles enjoy an extended chat with Athers and end up laughing a lot (as usual!). We’ll be back later in the summer for Series 3. Twitter @middleplease Instagram @middlepleaseumpire Email middleplease@hotmail.com…
 
Clinton Morrison, Glenn Murray and Ian Dennis join Mark Chapman to reflect on Arsenal beating Chelsea 1-nil at Stamford Bridge, in a game which saw an amazing effort by Chelsea’s Jorginho to score the best own goal of the season before Kepa Arrizabalaga saved his blushes, only for a split second though before Emile Smith-Rowe did his best to miss t…
 
Ricky Hill was one of the players who helped to define the English game in the 1980s. Making his debut for Luton at 17 in that iconic Littlewoods Cup final against Arsenal, he was one of the most talented players of his generation. Unfortunately, transitioning from playing to coaching wasn't quite as easy. This is a stunning two-part interview from…
 
It’s listener question time! Ryan, Taylor, and Joe combine to answer your lovely inquiries, ranging from under-the-radar Americans who we might see at the Gold Cup, to which active Premier League players are future hall-of-famers, to why fans on non-Big Six clubs should be glad that the Super League isn’t happening, to so much more. You can find th…
 
Manchester City are the Premier League champions after Leicester beat Manchester United at Old Trafford to hand City their third title in four years. Steve Crossman is joined by a whole host of guests to assess some of the key performers and how unlikely their success looked at the start of the season. Plus, Guillem Balague explains that Pep Guardi…
 
Everything seems to be coming to Wembley. As well as the FA Cup and EFL play-off finals, there's the possibility of more Euro 2020 games and maybe the Champions League final - though that's probably on its way to Lisbon again. This week we look at the discussion surrounding the moving of the Champions League final from Istanbul to anywhere else. We…
 
Joe and Taylor discuss Gregg Berhalter's provisional roster for the Concacaf Nations League Finals this summer, and then it's on to discussing some of the most interesting performances by USMNT-eligible players around the world (aka - in North America and Europe). Players discussed: 1) Brenden Aaronson (Red Bull Salzburg) 2) Christian Pulisic (Chel…
 
Alexi and Mosse open the show with the top MLS headlines that include the El Trafico recap (6:52), who wears the LA crown, LAFC, or Galaxy? Minnesota Loons’ struggles, Columbus rebrand. The guys then recap CONCACAF Champions League and predict the semifinals (38:45). They also react to UEFA Champions League semifinal results, Christian Pulisic’s im…
 
You know it's gonna be a good time when Sam's Army HOFer Dax McCarty rolls through. This week we discuss Serie A expelling Juventus and thoughts from Dax (a United fan) on the Glazers & #GlazerOut. Premier League rundown [14:15]: City/Chelsea lessons & Kun's atrocious penalty, United's HUGE week, is Kane leaving Tottenham & Top 4 picks. Rapid break…
 
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss if there is more to Sergio Aguero’s missed panenka penalty and whether Thomas Tuchel has found out the best way to play against a Pep Guardiola side. Ahead of Leicester's trip to Manchester United, the team discuss whether Brendan Rodg…
 
Juve in trouble, Man United breaking records and what does another all-England final mean for European football? Part 1 Man United turned around a 1-0 Half Time scoreline away to Aston Villa on Sunday to come out 3-1 winners by Full Time. This was the 11th time this season they’ve come from behind to secure a result, making for 31 points earned fro…
 
After a month of MLS action, Jordan Angeli and Joe Lowery are here to answer your listener questions! From tactics, to scouting reports, to the importance of on-field chemistry, there's plenty to get to. You can find the full list of questions down below. 1) What does Moses Nyeman do well for D.C. United? And how can he improve? 2) How important is…
 
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Alyson Rudd. We saw a preview of the Champions League final and Manchester City and Chelsea met in the Premier League over the weekend - but was it anything like the game we’ll see on May 29th? (00:00) Leeds United had a good weekend with a strong win over a struggling Tottenham. What’s…
 
Stephen Jones is joined by Lawrence Dallaglio, Owen Slot and former BBC rugby presenter and current RFU committee member John Inverdale to discuss an astonishing weekend in the Premiership, England's potential future at half-back and that stamp from Mike Brown. To enjoy more of our award-winning sports journalism, get a digital subscription to The …
 
Jeanette Kwakye is joined by former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton, former Cardiff striker Robert Earnshaw and Ben Haines from 90min to reflect on a dramatic weekend of Premier League football. Manchester City were unable to seal the Premier League title after their 2-1 defeat to Chelsea and Manchester United’s 3-1 victory over Aston Villa.The pane…
 
Ricky Hill was one of the players who helped to define the English game in the 1980s. Making his debut for Luton at 17 in that iconic Littlewoods Cup final against Arsenal, he was one of the most talented players of his generation. Unfortunately, transitioning from playing to coaching wasn't quite as easy. This is a stunning two-part interview from…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by Ryan Taylor to look at an eventful game between Champions League finalists Manchester City and Chelsea, who snatched a late winner to delay City's PL title coronation. The race for the top four tightens after Leicester leave the door open following a heavy defeat to Newcastle, and a dramatic final day in the WSL is pr…
 
Presented by Farmpaint.com. Mike Penna broadcasts from his Kentucky studio, looks back at the Kentucky Derby, and ahead to the Preakness Stakes. Featuring Trainer Robertino Diodoro, Frances Relihan, bloodstock manager for Sumaya Farm & Sumaya U.S. Stables, Trainer Buff Bradley, "The Big A" Anthony Stabile, and OwnerView's Gary Falter. Plus "In the …
 
We’ve officially reached the ‘business end of the season’, so what are the secrets to delivering performances when the stakes are at their highest? West Ham remain in the thick of the European chase and we hear from their keeper Lukasz Fabianski. We also talk his old club Arsenal and the soul searching required in North London after their Europa Le…
 
Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas bring you the Friday Football Social edition of the Football Daily podcast.Former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton and commentator Arlo White react to Leicester’s 4-2 defeat to Newcastle, which could prove costly for Brendan Rodgers’ side in the race for a top four finish.We hear from Newcastle striker Callum Wilson…
 
HRRN's Weekend Stakes Preview Show presented by NYRA Bets. Anthony Stabile and Bobby Neuman handicap the weekend's biggest stakes races including the G3 Runhappy, G3 Beaugay, G3 Vagrancy, G2 Peter Pan, G1 Man O’ War, Mamzelle, English Channel, G3 Santa Barbara, Gold Fever, and the Fran’s Valentine, plus give you the weekend's "Best Bet."…
 
Aaron Paul is joined by Curtis Davies and Darragh MacAnthony discuss the latest EFL news as the football league regular season draws to a close.Peterborough chairman Darragh is in jovial mood after his side finally clinched automatic promotion to the Championship last week - he reveals how they celebrated and how he's already planning for next seas…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam use this Saturday’s edition of El Tráfico a jumping-off point for a discussion about roster building cycles in MLS (which is something that LAFC is dealing with right now), club rebuilds (which is something that the Galaxy are dealing with right now), the challenges of selling players mids…
 
In this episode Rob Gilbert and Michael Edgley are joined by Socceroos manager Graham Arnold, as he looks ahead to Australia’s upcoming World Cup Qualifiers, and Olyroos Olympics campaign. Adriano Del Monte recaps Inter Milan’s drought breaking Serie A success, and The Guardian’s Jamie Jackson discusses the week’s fan protests at Manchester United.…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by Lee Dixon, Matthew Upson and Alistair Bruce-Ball to reflect on Arsenal’s miserable exit from the Europa League semi-finals, effectively ending their hopes of European football next season.A goalless draw at the Emirates was not enough as they lost 2-1 to Villarreal on aggregate and missed out on the chance to play Manche…
 
Taylor is joined by Transfermarkt's Manuel Veth to discuss the managerial key party that is the Bundesliga coaching situation. We get into what Germany will look like this summer in Jogi Lowe's final outing (and where he might go from here), how Bayern got their man in Julian Nagelsmann but still have a lot to figure out if they want to make sure h…
 
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