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The FC crew discuss how Virgil van Dijk's injury impacts the Premier League title race and if Jordan Pickford should be retroactively punished for his challenge on the Liverpool defender. Plus, the Champions League is back! They take a look at the first round of matches -- including PSG-Manchester United and Bayern Munich-Atletico Madrid.
Gab Marcotti, Julien Laurens and Don Hutchison discuss a controversial Merseyside Derby with Juls explaining why he believes Jordan Pickford should be punished for Virgil van Dijk's ACL injury. Plus, Zlatan Ibrahimovic leads AC Milan to a derby victory and Pep Guardiola outduels Mikel Arteta as Manchester City get back to winning ways.
The FC crew discuss Liverpool's Premier League title chances after confirmation that Virgil van Dijk will undergo ACL surgery. Plus, Tottenham squander a 3-goal lead at home to West Ham. Finally, should Andrea Pirlo be in the hot seat after a slow start at Juventus?
The FC crew react to a wild day throughout European football which saw Liverpool lose Virgil Van Dijk to injury before eventually drawing with Everton. Plus, Chelsea's defensive woes continued to surface in draw with Southampton. In Italy Zlatan Ibrahimovic dazzled in the Milan Derby while Juventus drop points to Crotone. And in Spain both Barcelona and Real Madrid turn in uninspired performances.
The FC crew preview tomorrow's Merseyside derby and question if Everton can defeat Liverpool for the first time in a decade. Plus, the guys recap PSG's 4-0 victory over Nimes, argue where Ronald Koeman should play Antoine Griezmann and discuss if Manchester United can get back on track against Newcastle United.
The FC crew dive into Harry Maguire's poor form and what Manchester United should do going forward. Plus, Bruno Fernandes refutes any claims he and his manager have a rift at Old Trafford. And the boys provide an early preview of some weekend matches including both the Milan and Merseyside Derbies.
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss Project Big Picture and ask whether any of the more popular plans could be adopted by the Premier League. Plus, what impact does Cristiano Ronaldo’s positive COVID-19 test have and should matches be postponed?
The FC crew discuss mixed performances from Manchester United's stars as Harry Maguire sees red in England's loss to Denmark while Paul Pogba shines in France's win over Croatia. In CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying, Neymar passes Ronaldo on Brazil's all-time scoring list and Argentina survive a scare in Bolivia. Plus, Juventus are awarded a 3-0 win for their unplayed game against Napoli and Premier League clubs reject "Project Big Picture".
Kay Murray, Matteo Bonetti, Nicky Bandini and Mina Rzouki discuss Cristiano Ronaldo and Weston McKennie’s positive COVID-19 tests and the impact that will have on Juventus' Champions League games against Dynamo Kiev and Barcelona. They also ask whether Sergio Ramos could join Juventus in the future and preview the Milan Derby.
The FC crew discuss Germany's 3-3 draw with Switzerland and question if Joachim Low should still be in charge of Die Mannschaft. Plus, the guys react to Spain's historic loss to Ukraine, Cristiano Ronaldo testing positive for coronavirus and Real Madrid's pursuit of Erling Haaland.
On this week's pod, the boys break out a new and (less) improved wheel for Wheel of Football - Project "Big Picture," the US Men, Merseyside Derby and more. Plus, a Lasso review and Jeff Carlisle talking MLS.
The FC crew assess what the impact of Project Big Picture could be if some form of it were to be implemented in the near future. Plus, what teams deserve to be EURO favorites over England? And some of the guys revisit their pre-season Premier League predictions to see what they got right versus what they missed.
Stewart Robson joins Julien Laurens to explain why it was a poor England performance despite winning 2-1 against Belgium. Plus, World Cup winner Frank LeBoeuf argues that Didier Deschamps should consider dropping some big name players to make way for the next generation.
The FC crew discuss the latest round of the Nations League match-ups which included some of the heavy-weights squaring off and a solid performance from the Three Lions. Plus, analysis on Project Big Picture and how it might impact the future of the Premier League.
The FC crew break down Germany and Spain's victories in the Nations League. Plus, Neymar and company dazzle as Brazil defeats Bolivia in World Cup Qualifiers. And Frank Leboeuf weighs in on Pogba's comments about playing for Real Madrid one day.
The FC crew react to Argentina and Uruguay's Conmebol wins and dive into Luis Suarez's abrupt exit from Barcelona. Plus, Mark Ogden joins to discuss where Paul Pogba fits at Manchester United and what transfers tip the scales across the Premier League. Also, Shaka reveals his newest power rankings.
The FC crew discuss Scotland and Serbia's triumphs in EURO qualifying and preview the final round match-up between the nations. Plus, the guys review England's victory over Wales, Paul Pogba's comments about a potential move to Real Madrid and revise their Premier League season predictions.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss which clubs from across Europe did good or bad business in the transfer window. Why did Arsenal wait so late to sign Thomas Partey? Should Real Madrid have made any signings? Did Tottenham have the best transfer window in the Premier League? And why did Bayern Munich bring in four players in the final two days of the transfer window?
The FC crew recap a day full of International friendlies, including France putting their star talents on full display. Plus, Craig Burley weighs in on Manchester United's poor start to the season and Jose Mourinho's performance in turning Spurs around. And Sid Lowe gives the latest news out of Barcelona.
Kay Murray is joined by Matteo Bonetti, Gab Marcotti, Mina Rzouki and Nicky Bandini to discuss why Napoli didn’t travel to Turin for their match against Juventus. The team also ask whether Atalanta are a viable challenge to Juventus’ Serie A dominance this season and give an early preview of the upcoming Milan Derby that promises to be one of the most evenly matched in recent memory.
The FC crew dissect the winners and losers of the summer transfer window in the Premier League and gauge which signings will positively or negatively impact their new clubs. Plus, the European Championship and CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup qualifiers are previewed and Gab Marcotti breaks down a successful transfer window for Juventus.
Wait, Liverpool lost by what scoreline?? Hold on, United conceded 6 at home?? We look back on an eye-popping weekend in the EPL plus, a recap of the transfer window, a big mailbag and more.
The FC crew recap a busy transfer deadline day which saw Manchester United, Arsenal, Ateltico Madrid and Juventus make late bids for their newest stars. Plus, was Liverpool's loss a fluke or a sign of things to come? And, an epic conversation of whether the main issue at Manchester United is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or the board.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss who's at fault for Manchester United's shocking 6-1 defeat at home to Tottenham and how Spurs were able to pull it off. Plus, Sid Lowe joins the guys to assess Barcelona's 1-1 draw against Sevilla. And finally, is it time for Liverpool fans to worry after their 7-2 loss at Aston Villa?
The FC crew look back at a historic day where Liverpool & Manchester United concede a combined 13 goals. Is there cause for concern for Liverpool? Is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer officially on the hot seat at Old Trafford? Plus, Juventus will likely be awarded a 3-0 win against Napoli after the visitors failed to show up for the game and Robert Lewandowski scores all of his club's goals in Bayern Munich's dramatic 4-3 win over Hertha Berlin.
The FC crew discuss Manchester City losing more points at the beginning of this year's campaign, this time to a well-drilled Leeds side. Have City already blown their chance to win the Premier League? Also, Erling Haaland and Gio Reyna run rampant for Dortmund. Plus, Chelsea trounce Crystal Palace thanks to their defense, but the Blues still have front-line issues. And Manchester United close in on Edinson Cavani as their newest transfer target.
The FC crew discuss Manchester United's transfer approach as the transfer window moves closer. Plus the guys preview this weekend's Premier League matches, recap PSG's dominant victory over Angers and argue if Barcelona have begun to turn a corner under Ronald Koeman.
The FC crew discuss Barcelona's 3-0 over Celta Vigo and wonder what is the best position for Antoine Griezmann. Plus, the guys react to the Champions League draw including the impending showdown between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Arsenal's Carabao Cup victory over Liverpool in penalties and Sergino Dest's completed move to Barcelona.
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss Manchester United’s transfer strategy with the window shutting in four days and ask if they should sign Edinson Cavani. Plus, did Borussia Dortmund miss a big opportunity to knock out Bayern Munich in the German Supercup?
The FC crew react to Bayern Munich's late victory over Borussia Dortmund in an entertaining German Supercup which saw Dortmund's youngsters miss some key opportunities. Plus, the Premier League elite flex their muscles in the Carabao Cup, and Real Madrid win despite yet another dull performance.
Kay Murray is joined by Matteo Bonetti, Mina Rzouki, Stewart Robson & Nicky Bandini to discuss Inter Milan's Pazza style and Juventus' lucky 2-2 draw against Roma. Plus, they argue about whether Victor Osimhen is living up to the hype, and the price tag.
The FC crew react to a spirited Spurs second half performance which helped them see off Chelsea in the Carabao Cup Round of 16. Plus, more controversy surrounding the Premier League and the handball law, Manchester City find their newest defenseman and a memorable La Liga weekend is recapped.
We're 3 weeks into the Premier League season which means it's time to "jump to conclusions" - whose expectations need lowering? Is Everton top 4 material? Has the handball rule ruined the game? All that and more.
The FC crew discuss Liverpool's latest dominating performance against Arsenal, spurred by a solid, yet controversial, Sadio Mane performance. Plus, Pep Guardiola gets another center-back in the transfer market, but will Ruben Dias finally be the answer Pep's been looking for? And the second weekend of the Bundesliga is recapped.
Jan Aage Fjortoft joins Gab Marcotti & Julien Laurens to try to understand how both Manchester City and Bayern Munich lost comprehensively this weekend. Plus, the guys discuss the VAR handball debate, Juventus’ 2-2 draw against Roma & Borussia Dortmund’s 2-0 defeat to Augsburg.
The FC crew discuss Manchester City's embarrassing loss to Leicester City and how Pep Guardiola can fix their defensive problems. Bayern Munich lose for the first time since December but is there cause for concern? And, is the honeymoon over for Andrea Pirlo at Juventus? Plus, Luis Suarez shines in his Atletico Madrid debut and Barcelona stroll to their first victory under Ronald Koeman.
The FC crew discuss controversial come-from-behind wins for Manchester United and Real Madrid, criticize Chelsea's horrendous first half before snatching a 3-3 draw at Brighton, and explain Antonio Conte's tactics during Inter Milan's late win over Fiorentina. Plus, a young Borussia Dortmund squad fall to Augsburg.
The FC crew discuss Lionel Messi's displeasure with how Barcelona handled Luis Suarez's exit from the club. Plus, the guys preview Manchester United's match against Brighton, Chelsea's trip to West Brom and a big match in Italy between Roma and Juventus.
The FC crew break down Bayern Munich's 2-1 victory over Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup and question if anyone can stop the Bavarians this season. Plus, the guys discuss which defender Manchester City is looking to bring in this transfer window, Edouard Mendy's official move to Chelsea and where Antonio Rudiger might end up this season.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by Sid Lowe from Barcelona to discuss what kind of impact Luis Suarez will have at Atletico Madrid this season. Plus, are Manchester City favorites to win the Premier League and why did Patrice Evra criticize Manchester United?
The FC crew react to Kai Havertz spearheading Chelsea's 6-0 demolition over Barnsley with his first goal, and hat-trick, for his new club. Plus, Jordan Pickford's days as England's first-choice keeper might be numbered, Arsenal get the job done once more with a hard fought victory over Leicester, and Gab Marcotti questions whether Bayern Munich have the depth to complete the treble this season.
Kay Murray is joined by Matteo Bonetti, Gab Marcotti, Nicky Bandini and Mina Rzouki to discuss the biggest stories from Serie A. This week, Nicky Bandini talks about Juventus' new dawn under Andrea Pirlo, Gab Marcotti criticises Roma's Diawara penalty and MIna Rzouki explains why Antonio Conte is smiling again (for now).
The FC crew discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's comments that it will take Manchester United several games to get up to speed and question why he didn't play more of his starters in their Carabao Cup victory. Plus, Luis Suarez is heading to Atletico Madrid after controversy enveloped a possible move to Juventus.
The boys discuss Thiago's arrival at Liverpool and Bale's return to Spurs. Plus, is too much emphasis placed on Manchester United's transfer activity and not enough on who's already there?
The FC crew break down Manchester City's victory over Wolves and question if their defense can hold up throughout the season. Plus, the guys discuss AC Milan and Juventus' convincing wins, Real Madrid's lackluster draw and Luis Suarez's potential move to Atletico Madrid
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss Thiago's debut and Frank Lampard's Timo Werner-Kai Havertz conundrum after Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Chelsea. Plus, they react to Andrea Pirlo’s managerial debut at Juventus and ask whether Manchester United deserve any sympathy.
The FC crew discuss Chelsea's subpar performance against a Liverpool that was littered with mistakes from their back-line and their goalkeeper. Plus, Heung-min Son leads Spurs with a mega 4 goal performance against Southampton, and Juventus and Real Madrid start their campaigns with varying results.
The FC crew discuss Manchester United's defeat to Crystal Palace and question why the Red Devils haven't looked for a new defender in the transfer market. Plus, Borussia Dortmund open their season with a convincing victory over Borussia Mochengladbach, Arsenal squeak past West Ham and Everton dominate West Brom.
The FC crew break down Bayern Munich's 8-0 thrashing of Schalke and question if anyone will be able to challenge the club in the Bundesliga this season. Plus, the guys break down Gareth Bale's return to Tottenham and discuss if the winger's arrival will propel Spurs into the Top 4.
The FC crew discuss where Thiago fits in Liverpool's squad as he nears a move to Merseyside, who can dethrone Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, and how much Tottenham need Gareth Bale.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by Derek Rae to look ahead to the new Bundesliga season and discuss the role Thiago Alcantara could play for Liverpool after a fee was agreed for the 29-year-old midfielder. They also preview the upcoming Serie A season and ask why Gareth Bale is heading back to North London.
The FC crew discuss Gareth Bale's potential impact at Tottenham as he nears a return to his former club and Ronald Koeman's lifeline for Luis Suarez at Barcelona. Plus, Neymar receives a two-match ban after the PSG-Marseille incidents, but Angel Di Maria's punishment is still to be decided.
Kay Murray is joined by Matteo Bonetti, Mina Rzouki and Nicky Bandini to preview the new Serie A season with Andrea Pirlo ready for his first ever season as manager and the pressure rising on Antonio Conte to bring the Scudetto to the San Siro.
The FC crew discuss how important Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang is to Arsenal after the forward signed a new deal with the club. Plus, the guys discuss the latest on Memphis Depay's move to Barcelona, Gareth Bale's potential return to Tottenham and the fallout from PSG's clash with Marseille.
With the EPL returning, the boys get into the big issues, like whether or not it's ok to wear a full kit when supporting your team. Plus, Liverpool-Leeds, Willian's impact, defining "world class" and much more!
The FC crew react to Chelsea's season opener against Brighton, where the Blues showed off their flashy new signings in an mixed performance. Plus, repercussions begin for PSG and Marseille after their fiery clash on Sunday, and Manchester City might have found the stalwart defender they've been looking for.
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to break down Liverpool’s late winner against newly promoted Leeds United. Plus, have PSG and Marseille damaged Ligue 1's reputation following their brawl on Sunday night? And what do they make of Jose Mourinho's post-match comments following Tottenham's loss to Everton.
The FC crew react to Jose Mourinho once again making excuses after a poor Tottenham performance against Everton and James Rodriguez, who looked quite impressive. Plus, Leicester City cement their case for being one of the top teams in the Premier League, and PSG come up short against Marseille in a fiery French clash.
The FC crew recap the best from opening day of the Premier League, where Liverpool were pushed all the way to the final whistle against a spirited Leeds United side. Plus, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Arsenal get off to a flying start against Fulham. All those story lines and more on this edition of the ESPN FC podcast.
The FC crew share their season predictions on the eve of the new Premier League campaign. Multiple aspects of the league's biggest clubs are analysed; including whether Liverpool will retail their title, how Man City are equipped to usurp Liverpool, whether Chelsea's new signings can mount a title push, how Solskjaer can charge his Red Devils to a higher finish, if Arsenal are the real deal and what we should expect from Mourinho and Co.
The FC crew break down what to expect from Barcelona in their upcoming season and how can Ronald Koeman right the ship for the Catalan club. Plus, the guys give out some more Premier League predictions, and recap shorthanded PSG's loss to Lens in their opening match of the Ligue 1 season.
In part 2 of our EPL season preview, we open up the mailbag and answer everything you want to know about the upcoming season. Plus, commentator Guy Mowbray joins to share his thoughts and we make our utterly useless predictions.
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti & Julien Laurens to look ahead to the new Premier League season and asks whether Chelsea can compete with Liverpool and Manchester City for the title. Plus, how does Antoine Griezmann fit in the Barcelona side? And is Manchester United's third kit the worst one ever?
The FC crew make their Premier League Top 6, Player of the Year and relegation predictions ahead of the season starting this weekend. Plus, the guys discuss where Cristiano Ronaldo finds his goal scoring desire and what to expect from Jose Mourinho's 2nd season at Tottenham.
The FC crew discuss France's 4-2 victory over Croatia and just how good Eduardo Camavinga and Dayot Upamecano will be for the Les Bleus. Plus, England is held scoreless in a draw against Denmark, Cristiano Ronaldo's brace today takes him over 100 international goals and what to expect from Timo Werner's first season at Chelsea.
Here we go, it's a brand new EPL season! Who will be a part of the title race? Which club could break through into the top 4? Which American that isn't Christian Pulisic should you be keeping an eye on? All that and much more!
The FC crew break down a stunning 2 goal Nations League performance from Erling Haaland and debate whether he and his young Dortmund teammates are equipped to topple Bayern Munich this season. Also, what to make of the current Thiago transfer situation and how it might play out. Plus, Everton have signed their newest star in James Rodriguez, but will he be enough to push the Toffee's into the Top 6?
Sid Lowe joins Stewart Robson and Gab Marcotti to break down everything we've learned from the Lionel Messi-Barcelona transfer saga and explain why Ronaldo Koeman might not want the talisman on the team. Elsewhere, it has been a much happier transfer window for Chelsea, but how do the guys think Frank Lampard will fit all the new signings into his XI?
The FC crew discuss Spain's 4-0 win over Ukraine and ask if Sergio Ramos is a world-class defender. Plus, the guys preview the upcoming Premier League season, argue if Manchester City and Chelsea can challenge Liverpool for the title and discuss who deserves to win PFA Player of the Year.
The FC crew discuss Barcelona's prospects this season with Lionel Messi deciding to stay. In the Nations League, England's young squad doesn't live up to the hype, France and Griezmann have an off night and one side might have placed themselves as a sneaky EURO 2020 favorite. Also, a lively discussion on who should win 2019-20 PFA Player of the Season in the Premier League.
The FC crew react to Messi's startling decision to remain at Barcelona for another season despite his contempt for current leadership at the club. Questions asked are how this decision will influence the legacy of Messi at Barca and whether his burofax was a power play all along. Plus, reactions to underwhelming Italy and Netherlands performances in the Nations League.
The FC crew react to the latest Lionel Messi related news out of Barcelona suggesting he might stay for one more season. But some of the guys wonder if the damage has already been done. Plus, Timo Werner lights it up for Germany in a stalemate against Spain in the Nations League, and Gab Marcotti rates the likelihood of the latest transfer rumors being completed.
With Julien Laurens on holiday, Stewart Robson and Gab Marcotti wonder how Pep Guardiola would adapt to get Lionel Messi into his Manchester City team. Plus, the guys are joined by Jan Joost Van Gangelen to assess Van de Beek’s switch to Manchester United.
The FC crew discuss the aftermath of the meeting between Lionel Messi's father and Barcelona's board and what it means for the superstar's future. Plus, the guys break down Luis Suarez's potential move to Juventus, Gareth Bale's future at Real Madrid and what to expect from France's exciting young talent.
The boys examine which clubs are realistic options for Lionel Messi and how he would fit with Manchester City, Plus, the latest on Real Salt Lake, Arsenal moving in the right direction and a Critics Corner for "All or Nothing."
The FC crew discuss where Donny van de Beek might fit into Manchester United's starting XI and question whether his arrival has got United thinking of how long Paul Pogba should stay at the club. Plus, Jadon Sancho shows reluctance to make his Man United move, Thiago Silva might not solve Chelsea's defensive woes with Kepa Arrizabalaga still in net and Gabriel completes his anticipated move to Arsenal.
The FC crew ask where Donny van de Beek fits in Manchester United's midfield and wonder if the club missed out on signing Dayot Upamecano this summer. Plus, Petr Cech backs Kepa Arrizabalaga but question whether the goalkeeper has a future at Chelsea. Plus, what's next for Lionel Messi as he fails to attend preseason training.
Julien Laurens and Don Hutchison ask whether or not Liverpool fans should be worried after their lackluster performance in the Community Shield. Aubameyang stole the show at Wembley again so why haven't Arsenal been able to lock down their talisman forward with a new contract? Plus, Jan Aage Fjortoft joins the podcast to discuss if Kai Havertz' transfer to Chelsea makes sense and takes a stroll down memory lane to talk about playing with Don at Sheffield United.
The FC crew discuss Donny van de Beek's move to Manchester United and what it means for the Red Devils pursuit of Jadon Sancho. Plus, the guys argue whether Lionel Messi should still be attending Barcelona's pre-season while he actively seeks a move away from the club.
The FC crew break down Arsenal's victory over Liverpool to win the FA Community Shield and discuss just how important Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is to the Gunners. Plus, the guys discuss Lionel Messi's possible departure from Barcelona, Allan's move to Everton and if Chelsea have a shot to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The FC crew break down the next steps for Barcelona and Lionel Messi as the latter continues to try to leave the club. Plus, the guys discuss the magnitude of Thiago Silva's move to Chelsea and how Weston McKennie will fit in at Juventus.
The FC crew discuss reports that Josep Maria Bartomeu will step down as Barcelona president if Lionel Messi stays at the club. Plus, they react to Wayne Rooney's comments that Liverpool will win the league with Thiago, even if Manchester City sign Messi. And Don Hutchison defends his latest hot takes on Neymar, Jadon Sancho, Kai Havertz and Joao Felix.
Sid Lowe joins Stewart Robson and Julien Laurens to discuss who's to blame for Lionel Messi wanting to leave Barcelona and where he should play this season. Plus, they talk about the importance of this season's Community Shield between Arsenal and Liverpool and debate whether David De Gea should start over Dean Henderson at Manchester United.
The FC crew react to Lionel Messi's decision to leave Barcelona this summer and wonder where he should play next season. How far away are Chelsea from competing in the Premier League after they completed the signing of Ben Chilwell? Plus, USMNT's Weston McKennie is linked with a move to Juventus.
Lionel Messi wants out of Barcelona... is this really the end? Where can he go? Might this be good for Barca (*cringing as I say it*)? So many questions, let's talk it out!
The FC crew discuss the shocking development that Lionel Messi wants to leave Barcelona this summer. The guys break down how it would be possible for the superstar to leave, where his next destination might be and how his departure will affect the Catalan club. Plus, the guys discuss Antonio Conte's decision to stay at Inter Milan and if the club can challenge for the Scudetto next season.
The FC crew reflect on Bayern Munich's historic season and discuss how Hansi Flick managed to guide the club to the treble after a slow start to the season. Plus, the guys break down Chelsea moving closer to signing Thiago Silva and Kai Havertz and argue if the Blues can compete with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City next season.
Julien Laurens and Stewart Robson are joined by Jan Aage Fjortoft to discuss Bayern Munich’s 6th Champions League final trophy, and ask how a team who lost 5-1 against Eintracht Frankfurt in November managed to win the Champions League.
The FC crew provide all the reactions to a decisive Champions League Final, where Bayern Munich conquered a star-studded PSG to claim their 6th European Cup in club history. The boys go into detail on every key moment in the match, including PSG's wasted opportunities, Neymar's lackluster second half, Thomas Tuchel's tactics, Bayern's undefeated form and Hansi Flick's impeccable run to put Bayern firmly atop Europe's highest pedestal.
Bayern Munich are the deserving champions of Europe! The boys discuss all elements of the match from PSG's missed opportunities to Coman's moment of glory. Plus, our winners/losers from the tournament, the future of "single legs" and where Messi could wind up.
The FC crew preview tomorrow's UCL Final between PSG and Bayern and predict which club will come out on top. Plus, the guys discuss which players will be sold as Barcelona looks to rebuild and the latest on Antonio Conte's potential departure from Inter Milan.
The FC crew discuss Sevilla winning their sixth Europa League title and argue where it all went wrong for Antonio Conte's Inter. Plus, the guys break down Bayern's plans to contain PSG's front three, Barcelona's expected rebuild with Ronald Koeman and who is going to leave Juventus now that Andrea Pirlo is in charge.
Fresh off of anchoring TV coverage of the Champions League semi-finals, Kate Abdo joins the pod to discuss her new gig at CBS, varying perceptions of Neymar, the dominance of Bayern and much much more!
The FC crew discuss Lionel Messi's latest reported comments to newly minted Ronald Koeman that he's leaning towards leaving the Catalan club. Plus, both the Europa League and Champions League finals are previewed; listen to which sides the boys tip to win between Inter vs Sevilla and Bayern vs PSG. Also, which sides received the short stick in the Premier League's fixture list reveal?
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by Jan Aage Fjortoft to preview the Champions League final, with Paris Saint-Germain set to make their first ever appearance against ten-time finalists Bayern Munich. Plus, the guys discuss the latest updates on Kai Havertz's move to Chelsea, how long Ronald Koeman will last a Barcelona and if Jadon Sancho will move to Manchester United this summer.
Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain! We have our final! The boys look back on how these teams got here and look ahead to what should be a highly entertaining final.
The FC crew discuss Bayern Munich's solid performance in their 3-0 victory over Lyon, where Lewandowski continued his mind blowing goal-scoring streak that sealed his side's ticket to the Champions League final. However, some members of the crew still have hesitations over Bayern's back line. Is PSG best equipped to exploit the Munich side's potential weakness? Plus, Ronald Koeman returns to his beloved Blaugrana and Kai Havertz continues pushing his move to Chelsea.
The FC crew react to PSG being on the brink of Champions League glory after their dominant display over RB Leipzig in the semifinals. Plus, is Lyon positioned for a monumental upset over Bayern Munich? And Julien Laurens gives a scathing criticism of Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu's latest comments on the vast array of issues surrounding the club.
The FC crew dive into the latest drama at Barcelona, including who is best fit to replace Quique Setien after his sacking and where Lionel Messi should make his next move. Plus, PSG vs Leipzig is previewed and Inter Milan ease into the Europa League final to face Sevilla.
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss who's at fault for Manchester City's shock defeat to Lyon in the Champions League quarterfinals and what's Manchester United's biggest problem after being ousted from the Europa League. Plus, they weigh in on Lionel Messi's future and ask whether Ronald Koeman is the right man to lead Barcelona.
We couldn't go another second into the week without discussing the stunning Man City and Barcelona defeats. Plus, "my American brain" is in a good place right now, what has happened to central defense and all-time worst misses.
The FC crew react to Manchester United crashing out of the Europa league, where their defence posed issues against Sevilla. Plus, Messi considers his next steps, potentially leading him through the exit doors at Barcelona, and Pep Guardiola explains his questionable tactics in City's shock defeat to Lyon. Also, is there a spot for Thiago in Liverpool's Starting XI?
The FC crew break down Lyon's 3-1 defeat of Manchester City and criticize Pep Guardiola's tactical decisions. Plus, the guys preview tomorrow's Europa League clash between Sevilla and Manchester United and discuss what steps Barcelona should begin to take if they want to rebuild their squad.
The FC crew react to Bayern Munich's shocking 8-2 victory over Barcelona in the UCL quarterfinals and discuss a range of topics, including Bayern's brilliance, where it all went wrong for the Blaugrana, what's next after Quique Setien's immediate sacking and whether now is the right time for Lionel Messi to leave his beloved club. Plus, Manchester City vs Lyon is previewed and Tyler Adams sits down in an exclusive interview to discuss his game winning goal in the UCL quarterfinals.
The FC crew discuss RB Leipzig's late victory over Atlético Madrid that sent the club to the UCL semifinals. The guys also recap PSG's victory yesterday, preview Bayern Munich's clash with Barcelona and break down Thiago's potential move to Liverpool.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Atalanta’s late heartbreak as they were eliminated in the Champions League quarterfinals by PSG. Stewart Robson joins the guys to preview Barcelona’s match against Bayern Munich. Plus, what does Blaise Matuidi bring to Inter Miami?
The FC crew react to a wild finish from the first Champions League match in Lisbon, where PSG scored 2 late goals to stun Atalanta and advance to the semifinals. The boys also react to Neymar's performance, where some label it as brilliant while others aren't as impressed. Plus, Portland conquer Orlando in the MLS is Back Tournament Final.
The boys discuss what was a horrifying loss for Atalanta against PSG and look ahead to the remaining 3 Champions League quarterfinals. Plus, Portland lift the "MLS is Back" Cup; we recap the month that was for this unique and memorable tournament.
The FC crew break down Atalanta's chances against PSG in the Champions League quarterfinals. And were Wolves hard done after being eliminated in the Europa League? Plus, they give the latest updates on Kai Havertz and Jadon Sancho's futures.
The FC crew discuss Manchester United's victory in the Europa League and argue if the Red Devils have what it takes to win the competition. Plus, Jan Aage Fjortoft and Gab Marcotti join the show to break down the latest transfer news surrounding Jadon Sancho and determine if the winger will stay at Borussia Dortmund.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens ask whether Juventus made a mistake putting Andrea Pirlo in charge due to his lack of managerial experience. Plus, Jan Aage Fjortoft discusses the details of Jadon Sancho’s transfer deadline between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund, but explains how Sancho’s future could still be in Manchester.
The FC crew break down Frank Lampard's comments on the important transfer moves Chelsea need to make after their 7-1 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Plus, Arsenal appear to be making room to re-sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang alongside a Willian transfer move. And does the Champions League now play into Pep Guardiola and Manchester City's hands after their triumph over Real Madrid?
The FC crew discuss another spectacular display from Lionel Messi as Barcelona defeat Napoli to move on to the UCL quarterfinals. Plus, the guys break down Bayern's demolition of Chelsea and argue whether sacking Maurizio Sarri in favor of Andrea Pirlo was the right move for Juventus.
The FC crew discuss Raphael Varane's horrendous defensive display as Manchester City defeat Real Madrid to advance to the UCL Quarterfinals. Plus, the guys break down both controversial penalty calls as Lyon upsets Juventus and Nani carries Orlando City into the MLS Is Back Tournament Final.
The FC crew discuss Zinedine Zidane leaving Gareth Bale off of Real Madrid's UCL roster. Plus, the guys break down the Premier League switching to FIFA's VAR protocol, Alexis Sanchez's permanent move to Inter Milan and where Mario Balotelli should land next.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Pep Guardiola's record in the Champions League and ask what lessons he can learn from Zinedine Zidane. Plus, Manchester United let Alexis Sanchez join Inter Milan -- but who got the better end of the deal? They also pay tribute to Iker Casillas' career after retiring earlier this week.
The FC crew discuss Inter and Man United’s victories in the Europa League as both clubs move on to the Quarterfinals. Plus, Robert Lewandowski previews Bayern Munich’s UCL clash with Chelsea, Gab Marcotti breaks down Arsenal’s pursuit of Willian and Manchester City spend big on another central defender.
Time to break out the formal wear as we hand out our 2019-20 EPL Devundling awards. Plus, Jon Champion previews the "MLS is Back" semifinals, we provide final analysis on Christian Pulisic's first year with Chelsea and the UEFA Champions League makes its return!
The FC crew discuss Fulham's 2-1 victory over Brentford to earn promotion back to the Premier League. Plus, Alexis Nunes speaks to Robert Lewandowski about Bayern Munich's incredible season and the guys argue if Manchester United need to strengthen their defense before buying more attackers.
Mina Rzouki, Gab Marcotti and Nicky Bandini review every Serie A team's season and hand out report cards, including a lackluster grade for Juventus. Plus, they discuss Antonio Conte's latest rant at Inter Milan.
The FC crew detail reports that Jadon Sancho is close to finally signing with Manchester United, but where does he fit in best with the starting squad? Plus, the boys debate and rank Europe's most prolific strikers and ask where Aubameyang belongs in the conversation. Also, the EFL promotion playoff final kicks off tomorrow, which side between Brentford and Fulham is best fitted to join the Premier League?
Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson discuss Arsenal's 2-1 win over Chelsea in the FA Cup final and ask whether Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deserves a new deal in North London. James Olley joins the podcast to ponder Kepa Arrizabalaga's future at Chelsea. Plus, Stewart Robson argues that it might be Scudetto-or-bust next season after Antonio Conte's latest rant.
The FC crew debates whether Arsenal's FA Cup win was more of a result from questionable refereeing or just poor play from Chelsea. Plus, Antonio Conte fires some harsh comments towards the Inter Milan board as Gab Marcotti joins to recap the Serie A season, and Mauricio Pochettino drops hints that he's open to managing Barcelona.
It's the FA Cup Final Podcast Special! In this episode, the FC crew react to the significance of Arsenal lifting their 14th FA Cup trophy in club history and determine that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deserves a new contract with the North London side after his stellar two-goal performance. Plus, where does Chelsea go from here after a result filled with controversy and injuries?
The FC crew react to PSG winning the Coupe de la Ligue trophy, their 4th piece of silverware this season, but wonder if their performance showed enough promise to get by Atalanta in the UCL. Plus, The FA Cup Final is fully previewed. Which team and manager needs the trophy more? And transfer talk returns with more questions surrounding whether Jadon Sancho will make Manchester United a title contender.
The FC crew discuss Fulham defeating Cardiff City on aggregate to advance to the EFL promotion playoff final against Brentford and preview the upcoming West London affair. Plus, the guys break down Nathan Ake's impending move to Manchester City, Arsenal's interest in Jack Grealish and which club Jadon Sancho would prefer a move to.
The FC crew react to Ian Darke's Premier League Best XI, which involves some surprising choices and shocking omissions. Plus, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been in fine form for Milan, but will he end up renewing his contract with them for next season? And the FA Cup final is previewed.
The FC crew discuss Inter's 2-0 victory over Napoli and Atalanta's chances against PSG in their upcoming Champions League match. Plus, Mark Ogden joins the show to defend his surprising choices for the Premier League team of the season and the guys discuss how Tottenham have fared since the club replaced Mauricio Pochettino with Jose Mourinho.
Mina Rzouki, Gab Marcotti and Nicky Bandini discuss Juventus’ 36th Scudetto and ask whether Maurizio Sarri’s future as manager is guaranteed for next season. Plus, is the right decision for AC Milan to keep Stefano Pioli as manager and what are Atlanta's chances against PSG without Kylian Mbappe?
The Premier League reaches its conclusion; we discuss Leicester's fall, United's rise, Villa's stress, and much much more! Plus, the season as a whole; was it one to love or one to hate? And we dive into the De Boer's firing in Atlanta as well as the latest with "MLS is Back."
The FC crew discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's comments about how Manchester United's 3rd place finish is a massive achievement. Plus, the guys break down Frank Lampard's decision to once again bench Kepa Arrizabalaga and argue how much Kylian Mbappe's absence will hurt PSG's UCL quarterfinals tie with Atalanta.
Stewart Robson and Gab Marcotti discuss the final day of the Premier League and ask whether Manchester United’s enthusiasm for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is misplaced. Plus, is Maurizio Sarri's future safe after Juventus secured their 9th consecutive Scudetto?
The FC crew break down Chelsea and Manchester United's respective victories that sent both clubs to the Champions League and discuss how Leicester's late season collapse sees them on the outside looking in. Plus, Watford and Bournemouth get sent down, Aston Villa avoid relegation and Cristiano Ronaldo leads Juventus to a 9th consecutive Scudetto.
The FC crew discuss Kylian Mbappé’s ankle injury and how it will impact PSG’s UCL tie with Atalanta. Plus, the guys preview the last Premier League matches of the season, decide who will qualify for the Champions League and look ahead to see if Juventus will win another Serie A title tomorrow.
The FC crew discuss PSG's Coupe de France final victory, where the biggest news came from an injury to Kylian Mbappé ahead of a key UCL matchup in the coming weeks. Plus, reactions to Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp's latest comments in their verbal feud, Leroy Sane's transfer spill on Kai Havertz, and the Premier League's tight finish for both UCL and relegation spots.
The FC crew react to Juventus dropping more points in Serie A and how they're going to need Ronaldo to step up to have any hope of winning the Champions League. Plus, Griezmann receives criticism for a "disappointing" debut season at Barcelona, and Manchester United appear to be sputtering into their crucial final day match against Leicester City.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens look ahead to a crucial final round of fixtures in the Premier League with Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester City fighting for Champions League qualification. They also ask if it was the right decision for AC Milan to not hire Ralf Rangnick. Plus, who should be named Premier League Player of the Year?
The FC crew break down Liverpool's 5-3 victory over Chelsea, Man United's lackluster draw against West Ham and who will finish Top 4 after the final round of matches on Sunday. Plus, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to break goal-scoring records and the English Championship ends on a wild final day.
Mina, Nicky and Gab discuss Juventus’ 2-1 victory over title challengers Lazio and ask whether Maurizio Sarri will be in charge next season. Plus, why has Lautaro Martinez been struggling since the restart?
The boys look ahead to what should be a thrilling final week in the EPL season and are joined by Graham Hunter to discuss Barcelona's fall and Real Madrid's rise. Plus, LAFC appear to clicking without Vela but the same can't be said for Atlanta without Martinez. And we go in the club with Leeds United as they prepare for a return to the top flight.
The FC crew discuss Arsenal's disappointing loss to Aston Villa days after beating Manchester City in the FA Cup, the Premier League relegation battle, and Lionel Messi's recent comments about Barcelona. Plus, should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer start David De Gea vs West Ham?
The FC crew discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's historic night as Juventus move one step closer to the Serie A title and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's decision to stick with David De Gea as Manchester United's goalkeeper. Plus, why has France Football decided to cancel this season's Ballon d'Or?
Mark Ogden joins the show to assess Manchester United’s poor performance against Chelsea in the FA Cup and discuss what the club should do with David De Gea The guys also discuss Antonio Conte’s frustrations at Inter following their 2-2 draw at Roma and discuss Karim Benzema’s impact for Real Madrid this season.
The FC crew break down one of Manchester United's worst performances in recent memory, which permits Chelsea into the FA Cup Final against Arsenal. Plus, Leicester City drop crucial points in their quest for a Champions League position and Harry Kane's standout performance shows other clubs why they should swoop in for his services.
The FC crew break down a surprise victory for Mikel Arteta's Arsenal in the FA Cup semifinals against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side that were poor from the beginning. Plus, are Leeds United destined for big things in the Premier League, and did AC Milan get rid of Stefano Pioli too soon?
The FC crew discuss Lionel Messi's latest criticism of Barcelona and what that might mean for Quique Setien's future at the club. Plus, is Zinedine Zidane underrated as a manager? They also give their predictions for this weekend's FA Cup semifinal matchups.
The FC crew discuss Real Madrid's 34th La Liga title and Lionel Messi's latest criticism of Barcelona after their latest defeat to Osasuna. Plus, Manchester United's front-line continues to impress as the Premier League top-4 race goes down to the wire.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Juventus' recent struggles and whether the club can succeed with Cristiano Ronaldo and Maurizio Sarri. Plus, will anyone remember that Liverpool won't crack 100 points this season?
The FC crew react to another stale Liverpool performance, where they lost out to Mikel Arteta's Arsenal this time around. Plus, Juventus drop points for the third straight match; is this an issue for Sarri's men? And an update from inside the MLS bubble.
Gab, Mina and Nicky discuss whether Maurizio Sarri is the right coach for Juventus and if Antonio Conte can lead Inter Milan to a Serie A title next season. Plus, what's the solution to the controversial handball decisions in Italy?
The boys are back talking Pulisic, United's front 3, Everton's issues and more. Plus, Andy May provides some insight on Man City's FFP victory and we share our initial observations from MLS' first week back.
The FC crew discuss Chelsea' unimpressive 1-0 win vs Norwich City and explain what the club needs to improve on next season. Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho hit out at the decision from CAS to overturn Manchester City's Champions League ban. Plus, can Atalanta upset PSG in the UCL quarterfinals?
The FC crew debate if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has improved Manchester United overall despite their recent undefeated streak. On the other side of Manchester, City successfully appeal their UEFA ban, but should they be fully exonerated? Plus, Real Madrid only need one more win to clinch La Liga.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by Mark Ogden to discuss Manchester City's successful appeal to CAS and ask if Man City were lucky to escape a UEFA ban. The guys also look back at a fantastic battle between Juventus and Atalanta and how the handball impacted the match. Plus, James Olley makes his debut on the show to ask whether Tottenham or Arsenal will reach the Champions League first.
The FC crew react to a late North London Derby victory for Spurs despite another lackluster showing. Meanwhile, Leicester have a shocker against Bournemouth, opening the door for Manchester United to cement their Top-4 place. Plus, Antoinne Griezmann's injury is likely to keep him out for the remainder of the season and Gareth Bale continues to make headlines for the wrong reasons.
The FC crew react to a wild and controversial ending between Juventus and Atalanta. Plus, Chelsea's top four hopes take a big slide and the boys assess whether their UCL bid still alive. Also, Liverpool drop points at home while Barcelona keep their nose in the La Liga title race for the time being.
The FC crew react to the Champions League Quarterfinals draw and analyze which sides got off easy, while others were presented a difficult road to the final. Plus, Real Madrid put themselves within touching distance of the La Liga trophy, and VAR in the Premier League continues to get it wrong.
The FC crew react to Bruno Fernandes and Manchester United's win vs Aston Villa, reflect on what is wrong with Tottenham as they fail to register a shot on goal, and reveal potential Champions League draws that would bring the excitement.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss AC Milan’s surprise win against Juventus and ask where Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s future lies. Plus, Sid Lowe recaps Barcelona’s narrow victory over Espanyol, and explains why now isn’t the time for Messi to sign a new deal with the club.
The FC crew discuss Barcelona's uneven performance, the gap in quality in the Premier League and Eric Dier's four-match ban. Plus, can Atalanta make it a title race in Serie A?
Gab Marcotti, Mina Rzouki and Nicky Bandini discuss AC Milan's remarkable comeback against league leaders Juventus and wonder if AC Milan actually need Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Plus, what's wrong with Lazio?
The boys get you ready for MLS' return as Stefano Fusaro joins from "the bubble" in Orlando. Plus: has Pulisic found a new level? Has Man U found their next great attacker? Has Tottenham Hotspur found their fighting spirit? All that and more!
The FC crew break down AC Milan's extraordinary comeback victory over Juventus. In the Premier League, Arsenal struggle with ten men against Leicester while Chelsea hang on by a thread to defeat Crystal Palace. Plus, the boys pick the Championship sides they wish to see promoted to the EPL.
The FC crew discuss Harry Kane's future at Tottenham after another stale Spurs performance against Everton. Plus, have Barcelona fixed their Antoine Griezmann problem?
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens predict who will qualify for the Champions League from England and Inter Milan's shock defeat to Bologna. Plus, are Manchester City a team in transition?
The FC crew react to Barcelona's most dominant performance in recent memory and debate whether Antoine Griezmann's impactful showing is a sign of things to come for the Frenchman. Plus, Sergio Ramos continues to be the subject of both positive and negative headlines as Madrid continue their winning ways, and the boys recap another shock loss for Manchester City while Liverpool bounce back.
The FC crew discuss another Bayern Munich double after defeating Bayer Leverkusen in the German Cup and wonder whether Man United would be better suited spending money on a defender instead of Jadon Sancho. Plus, should Liverpool sign Thiago?
The FC crew break down shocking reports of Lionel Messi refusing to extend his contract at Barcelona past next season, and question if Barca are on the brink of collapse. Plus, Manchester United are linked with a finished deal to sign Jadon Sancho, and Manchester City go all in on this year's UCL hopes.
Even in a losing effort, it was another excellent performance for Christian Pulisic; needless to say, we’re excited. Plus, VAR shines a dark light on the handball rule for Spurs, Barcelona are suddenly in chaos, United look primed for top 4 and much much more!
The FC crew react to Liverpool's first match since winning the Premier league title, resulting in a sluggish performance against Manchester City. Plus, Real Madrid keep finding ways to extend their title lead over Barcelona, and more MLS players test positive for Coronavirus with the league's restart on the horizon.
Gab and Juls ask if Manchester United are on the cusp of becoming the best team in England again. Plus, Jan Aage Fjortoft joins to determine who got the better end of the Leroy Sane deal.
The FC crew discuss Man United and Wolves lucky day in the race for the top 4 as Chelsea and Leicester City lose. Plus, Antoine Griezmann's family criticizes Quique Setien after subbing him on in stoppage time of Barcelona's 2-2 draw vs Atletico Madrid.
Nicky Bandini, Mina Rzouki and Gab Marcotti discuss the Arthur-Miralem Pjanic swap deal between Juventus and Barcelona . Plus, what will Achraf Hakimi bring to Inter Milan and will Zlatan Ibrahimovic start against Lazio?
The FC crew discuss Barcelona's draw with Atletico Madrid, pushing them farther out of the La Liga title race. Plus, Bruno Fernandes leads Man United once again.
The FC crew discuss how much things are getting out of hand for Quique Setien at Barcelona. Plus, Arthur and Pjanic swap clubs and which FA Cup semifinalist is favored to win?
The guys discuss Chelsea's FA Cup victory over Leicester and if the Foxes can still finish Top 4. Plus, Sid Lowe joins the show to explain what is going wrong at Barcelona.
The FC crew react to Real Madrid jumping back to the top of the La Liga table and analyze Luis Suarez's comments on Barcelona's coaching. Plus, the FA Cup semifinals are set.
The FC crew react to Barcelona dropping points and why Griezmann might be at fault. Plus, Man United squeak by and the Bundesliga concludes it's campaign.
Stevie Nicol joins to share his reaction to Liverpool clinching the Premier League title. Plus, Juventus look shaky and City could be reinvigorated for a UCL run.
It took 30 years but Liverpool are back on top! JJ basks in the glory of a memorable night as the boys discuss Klopp's impact, the Coutinho-turning point, who gets a statue and much much more.
The FC crew discuss Liverpool's first top-flight championship in 30 years after Man City's loss to Chelsea. Plus, why is Barcelona swapping Arthur for Pjanic?
The guys discuss Lazio and Inter's slip-ups in Serie A's return and if the Scudetto race is over. Plus, Mark Ogden joins the show to examine Liverpool's impending PL title.
The FC crew react to even more controversial VAR drama surrounding Real Madrid. Plus, Atalanta storm back against Lazio, and are Man United favorites to qualify for the UCL?
The FC crew break down another stagnant Barcelona performance and debate Antoinne Griezmann's lack of form. Plus, Harry Kane gets back to his scoring ways for Spurs.
Mina, Nicky and Gab debate who is the most important player on Juventus. Plus, they discuss how Italian football is handling the Black Lives Matter movement.
The English Premier League is back and while some may have found the soccer to be, let's just say, less than stellar, we don't care! Plus, our list of great players defined by not-so-great moments.
The FC crew discuss Harry Kane's future, Arsenal's struggles, and Real Madrid's controversial win. Plus, will Cristiano Ronaldo's poor form continue?
The guys discuss Real Madrid's controversial, yet crucial, victory over Real Sociedad. Plus, Frank Leboeuf joins the podcast to recap Liverpool and Chelsea's return to action.
The FC crew react to Real Madrid's controversial win over Real Sociedad. Plus, Liverpool can't shake off their rust and Chelsea come from behind.
The FC crew break down Arsenal's disappointing loss to Brighton, highlight Erling Haaland's day against Leipzig and debate Timo Werner's decision to skip UCL this summer.
The FC crew discuss David De Gea's struggles while Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba earn Man United a point against Tottenham. Plus, they question Jose Mourinho's tactics.
The FC crew discuss Karim Benzema's performance for Real Madrid and Timo Werner's move to Chelsea. Plus, do Tottenham have a chance against Manchester United?
Mark Ogden joins the podcast to discuss Man City's victory over Arsenal, how teams should prepare for the Champions League and Timo Werner's move to Chelsea.
The FC crew discuss the return of the Premier League with Man City embarrassing Arsenal and a goal-line blunder at Villa Park. Plus, Napoli stun Juventus to win Coppa Italia.
The world's most popular sports league, the English Premier League, returns to action Wednesday, and who better to join ESPN Daily on this occasion than an original member of suboptimal radio, Men In Blazers' Roger Bennett? Roger and Mina discuss Liverpool's remarkable season thus far in their quest to win their first league championship in 30 years. The two also explore the slew of health and safety protocols that have been put in place for the Premier League to return to action, as well as the Black Lives Matter demonstrations that are expected across the matches in England. And in this mad dash to finish the season, who will qualify for Champions League and Europa League? Is Son Hueng-min the greatest Korean soccer player ever or just the greatest soccer player ever? Rog has all the answers.
The FC crew discuss another Bundesliga title for Bayern Munich and reports that Timo Werner might join Chelsea instead of playing in the Champions League with RB Leipzig.
The crew previews the Coppa Italia final and ask what are Napoli's chances against Juventus. Plus, they discuss Eriksen's new role at Inter and Roma's ownership struggles.
The boys cover all angles of the EPL restart - is this the dawn of a Liverpool dynasty? Should Wolves be disappointed if they don't qualify for Champions League? Are Arsenal at a crucial crossroads? All that and much more!
The FC crew discuss Bayern Munich's path to UCL success, a crucial stretch of games for Manc United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and Antoine Greizmann's impact at Barcelona.
Sid Lowe joins to recap Real Madrid's superb performance over the weekend and whether Hazard can spark a title push. Plus, the Premier League returns this week.