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Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Nedum Onuoha, Ed Aarons and Nick Ames on a dramatic final day of group games in Qatar. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen, Jonathan Fadugba and Archie Rhind-Tutt assess the fallout from an extraordinary night of drama. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, John Brewin, Philippe Auclair, Mark Langdon, Marcela Mora y Araujo and Emma Kemp dissect the final action in Groups C and D. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Troy Townsend, Elis James, Barney Ronay and Nick Ames as England seal their neighbours’ fate. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, John Brewin and Jordan Jarrett-Bryan to talk about the games of the tournament so far. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Nicky Bandini, Ed Aarons and Archie Rhind-Tutt as the second round of fixtures in Group E & F are played. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertson, Philippe Auclair, Marcela Mora y Araujo, and Emma Kemp discuss the second round of games in Groups C and D. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Nick Ames and Paul MacInnes as England draw with the USA and Wales lose late on to Iran. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Jonathan Fadugba recap the Group G and H action. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Mark Langdon, Archie Rhind-Tutt, Jonathan Liew, and Sid Lowe discuss the opening games in Groups E and F.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Nicky Bandini, Philippe Auclair, Marcela Mora y Araujo and Paul MacInnes round up an eventful day of action in Groups C and D. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Nedum Onuoha and John Brewin as England beat Iran 6-2 in their opening game and Wales nab a late equaliser against USA. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Troy Townsend as the World Cup in Qatar commences. Plus Jonathan Wilson joins from the Al Bayt Stadium. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Nick Ames, Jonathan Fadugba and Tim Vickery preview Groups G and H. Plus Max, Philippe Auclair, Rothna Begum of Human Rights Watch and Louise Donovan from the Fuller Project discuss life for women in Qatar. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Lars Sivertson, John Brewin, Sid Lowe, and Archie Rhind-Tutt preview the Groups E and F. Plus Max, Barry Glendenning, Nick McGeehan of FairSquare, and Felix Jakens from Amnesty discuss the situation concerning migrant workers in Qatar. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Marcela Mora y Araujo, Mark Langdon and Philippe Auclair to preview Groups C and D. Plus Max, Philippe, Rosie Garthwaite, David Harding and Dr Nasser Mohamed discuss the life of the LGBTQ+ community in Qatar. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden, Ed Aarons, Jonathan Liew and Barney Ronay preview the World Cup. Plus Max, Barney, Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and John McManus discuss all things Qatar in ‘How did we get here?’. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Jonathan Wilson, Troy Townsend and John Brewin as the English top flight goes on hold until after the World Cup. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Ben Fisher, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan and Robyn Cowen to discuss the League Cup and World Cup squads for Qatar. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Philippe Auclair as the Champions League round of 16 is drawn. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Comments (175)

ryan kim

Hey, Yes the way qatar play world cup opener is not up https://thebabiespace.com/when-is-baby-too-big-for-bassinet/ to the mark they don't even show any resistance .

Nov 21st
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Joe Boyes

The most sickening part of this whole situation is the unashamedly brazen lies and waffle, both from FIFA and Qatari officials/government. They're not even attempting to sound genuine. FIFA only care when it suits them, and the Qatari government just have open contempt for LGBTQI+ people. Solidarity with LGBTQI+ people worldwide.

Nov 18th
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Steve C

too painful to listen to. Troy takes three times as long as he needs to when attempting to make a point. a few less to be totally honest... replaced with way too many obviously.

Oct 21st
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colum o'leary

I agree with your statement that Klopp should not have screamed in the linesman's face and there is no place for this type of aggression in any part of society but in his defence he is under a lot of stress and aggravation from a highly money driven business and his job/position in Liverpool football club is in question. This doesn't excuse his actions but in the world we live in today it is difficult to keep your head when there is so much greed and repercussions to feed the hands that will ultimately bite you.

Oct 17th
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Rezamvs

Thanks for supporting IRAN

Sep 27th
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Kiat Huang

Yes.

Sep 26th
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Steve C

more football discussion less attempts at comedy. listening to Lucy ward is hard work, adds little insight.

Aug 31st
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Paul Kennedy

Starting off with Rangers and Man U? Are you bloody kidding?

Aug 26th
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Mikal Amin

have English Pundits never heard of piping in crowd noise to practice? NFL, NBA do it all the time. Its weird they are going at Arteta

Aug 8th
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Kiat Huang

The guy on the show cautioning that "people who don't like women's football shouldn't be marginalised", is being ridiculous: just classic victim culture. He made a good point about the save though - centre of the goal is bread and butter for a keeper. As more and more people respect and fall in love with women's football - then those people will become a minority and effectively self-marginalised. I'm hoping women's football stays as pure as possible for as long as possible and does not converge towards the cynical arrogance of the men's game. Come on England!

Jul 27th
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Damian Harrison

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Jul 18th
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Kiat Huang

Getting my comment in early as the show is rolling ☺️. Lots of non-white players and staff, more and more women in the game, lots more female players coming out as lesbians than male players, but that's the case in any macho/aggressive sport. Football is one of the most diverse sports in the UK, possibly the most.

Jul 1st
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Jim Powell

Jesus. Flog that dead horse just a bit more...

Jul 1st
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Kiat Huang

The reporter expecting football fans everywhere to respect players "taking the knee" is ludicrous. Most fans worldwide are not racist and most fans do not support players doing this gesture. Racism at the grounds is totally unacceptable and action by the football authorities and the law needs to come down hard on it. Having said that any insult you get on the pitch, would make you want to win more.

Jun 7th
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Zac Clayton

How are Huddersfield the underdogs when they were much more recently in the Premier League and still benefit from parachute payments? Also a bit disappointed at the lack of detail on the play off final. Otherwise a good show chaps!

May 26th
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Kain Kenny

Bring Lucy back often please, she was great

May 12th
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Behdad Ghanami

Good

May 5th
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Layer Cake

Barney finds it weird English people would support England or Italians would support Italy.. This is largely the case at club level also. Wouldnt be a Guardian football weekly without some half baked progressive signalling!

Mar 29th
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Steve C

Troy 'to be totally honest' Townsend....

Mar 21st
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Kiat Huang

Not a great start from Max. Insipid questions. Skirting around the key issues. Yes, heartfelt gestures from English football fans are good, bit they are not important if they do not persuade govts into action - though clearly it is not stopping individuals from all over the world heading to Ukraine to fight for their freedom. Very similar to the European and American volunteer response to the Spanish Civil War against the oppressive Spanish regime which was supported by Hitler's military. Barry's questions were a lot better and more meaningful - well done mate.

Mar 8th
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