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No Question About That - a Manchester United podcast

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No Question About That is the leading fan-published podcast covering Manchester United. Twice a week, the podcast talks you through the latest games, news, and fan culture at the world’s best supported club.

"Paul and Ed have consistently commented with intelligence and eloquence, giving a beautiful insight into the nature of contemporary football, and United in particular.” - Simon Stephens, The Guardian
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This week on NQAT Game Club, one of the great comebacks under Sir Alex Ferguson. With United 3-0 down at half-time, the Reds scored five in the second period at White Hart Lane in September 2001. Full match here.If you want to join in, next Monday's pod will focus on United's victory over Manchester City at Maine Road in November 1993. You remember it, a Roy Keane winner in the 87th minute!Full Spurs v United match:https://footballia.net/matches/tottenham-hotspur-manchester-united-premier-leagueFull City v United match:https://footballia.net/matches/manchester-city-manchester-united-premier-league-1993-1994
With football postponed globally, this week NQAT Game Club focuses on United's 3-3 draw at Camp Nou in 1998. The Champions League Group D fixture was one of two draws with the Catalan giants that season.Full match:https://footballia.net/matches/fc-barcelona-manchester-united-champions-league-1998-1999If you want to join in, next Friday's pod will focus on United's 2001 comeback from 3-0 down at Tottenham Hotspur. The 5-3 victory was one of the great comebacks in Premier League history.
This week Ed & Paul briefly touch on the latest developments surrounding football's global suspension and its ongoing impact, with all football voided below National League level and the Premier League set to push a proposed re-start date beyond 30 April.NQAT Game Club focuses on United's victory-but-aggregate loss against Real Madrid in the 2003 Champions League quarter-final. One of the greatest games ever at Old Trafford and a stunning hat-trick from Original Ronaldo.Full match:https://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-real-madrid-champions-leagueIf you want to join in, next Monday's pod will focus on Barcelona 3-3 United at Camp Nou, 1998/1999 Champions League group stage.
This week Ed & Paul briefly touch on the latest developments surrounding football's global suspension and its ongoing impact.NQAT Game Club focuses on United's 1991 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup victory over Johan Cruyff's Barcelona in Rotterdam. It was the club's first European trophy in 23 years and a significant step in the development of Alex Ferguson's team.Full match:https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1ioyds
We won't see any football until the end of April, and in all likelihood until much later in the year. This week Ed & Paul briefly touch on the latest developments surrounding football's global suspension and its ongoing impact.With no matches to review, NQAT turns back the clock in the second edition of NQAT Game Club, this time to 2007 and United's demolition of Roma in the Champions League quarter-final.Full match:https://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-as-roma
The season has been suspended until 3 April at least, although nobody really believes that it will return any time soon. This week Ed & Paul briefly touch on the decision to halt the Premier League and European football and the consequences for United and the game more widely.With no match against Spurs to review, NQAT turns back the clock in the first of what could be a fair few dives into nostalgia: NQAT Game Club. This week: Arsenal 1-2 United in the 1999 FA Cup semi final - a classic game and a world-class goal to win it.Full match:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-URvo0n4iGU
United thrashed LASK in Linz in front of just a handful of people in one of the stranger European encounters in recent memory. In the end the game was comfortable for United after Odion Igahlo scored a world-class opener. Four more followed to secure United a place in the Europa League quarter-final... if it happens at all. Ed & Paul digest Thursday's game, talk about the potential suspension of football in Europe due to the coronavirus... and preview United's game with Tottenham on Sunday.
City Hat-Trick

City Hat-Trick

2020-03-0953:14

United beat Manchester City for the third time this season, with a riotous 2-0 victory at Old Trafford. City dominated possession, but United created the best chances taking advantage of some well known deficiencies in Pep Guardiola's team. Ed & Paul digest a potentially season-shaping game for United.There are plenty of listener questions and a look ahead to Thursday night's Europa League fixture against LASK in Austria. For backers, a discussion about the Nations League.
United beat Wayne Rooney's Derby in the FA Cup to progress. It was a competent if unspectacular performance from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men on a night the fans dedicated to the White Pele. Ed & Paul discuss all the fallout from the match. Then, on Sunday, United face Manchester City in the Premier League. Can United beat Pep Guardiola's side once again?
David de Gah

David de Gah

2020-03-0352:551

United took a point from a tough game at Everton, but should it have been more after a bright first half from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team? Ed & Paul review all the action from Goodison Park, asking why United dropped off in the second half, what the club should do about David de Gea's problems, and whether VAR really is United's best player this season.Also on the show, a preview of Thursday FA Cup Fourth Round tie against Wayne Rooney's Derby County and plenty of listener questions.
Igoalo

Igoalo

2020-02-2840:40

United thrashed Club Brugge at Old Trafford to progress in the Europa League. Sure, there are caveats, but it is good to enjoy football again. Bruno Fernandes scored another weird penalty, Odion Ighalo grabbed his first for the club, and Fred can shoot from long-distance.Also on the show, a look ahead to the weekend's fixture against Everton at Goodison Park. With Carlo Ancelotti's side on the up, it should be a stern test for United.
Portuguese Magnifico

Portuguese Magnifico

2020-02-2445:271

United beat Watford at Old Trafford and United's new midfielder stole the show. It's early, but Bruno Fernandes looks like the real deal. The former Sporting player scored a penalty and set up another goal as United ran out comfortable winners. Ed & Paul review all the action from United's victory over Watford.Also on the show, plenty of listener questions, a new chocolate sponsor at Old Trafford and there's a Europa League fixture against Brugge to preview.
Bin Bruges

Bin Bruges

2020-02-2137:41

United drew with Club Brugge on a damp night in Belgium. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made six changes from the side that beat Chelsea last Sunday, leading to another disjointed Europa League performance. The match was entirely forgettable, but Ed & Paul review all the action anyway because commitment. The show ends with plenty of listener questions and a preview of the weekend's Premier League match against Watford.
United beat Chelsea for the third time this season. How Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must wish his team could play the Blues every week. Ed & Paul look back on an eventful match, with VAR playing a very helpful hand in United's victory.Also on the show, a discussion about Ole's role in the ongoing controversy surrounding Babacar Sarr; a tribute to the late Harry Gregg, a bone fide Manchester United hero; a look at Manchester City's Euro bad; and a preview of the Europa League fixture with Club Brugge.
With United enjoying the sunshine in Marbella, Paul chats to Talk of the Devils host and friend of the the pod Carl Anka about Manchester United, tracking Southampton for The Athletic, and the season to date.
Wrong Said Fred

Wrong Said Fred

2020-02-1001:10:09

It's the Premier League Winter Break so United don't play again until 17 February. In the meantime a chance to take stock in this week's AMA with just three months of the season remaining.
This is not the first time that United have been in the football wilderness. For more than two decades United failed to secure the league title; a cup side hopeful only of securing the occasional trophy, while spending years in Liverpool's shadow.On this week's Winter Break Special, we talk to Wayne Barton, author of a dozen books on football, many about United, about his latest, Que Sera Sera, on the era of Dave Sexton and Ron Atkinson. It's a nostalgia filled show.
Bruno!

Bruno!

2020-02-0359:35

United and Wolves played out yet another tight game at Old Trafford on Saturday. It's the fourth meeting between these sides this season, and the third to end in stalemate. Bruno Fernandes made a promising debut for United, but the Portuguese midfielder couldn't prevent United from registering yet another blank.Ed & Paul digest the weekend's game, look at loan signing Odion Ighalo and take plenty of listener questions as we head into the winter break. For backers, a discussion about the handful of African footballers that have played for the club.
Our Glorious Leader

Our Glorious Leader

2020-01-3154:30

In the week that Manchester United paid up to €80 million for Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes, Ed Woodward came under fire, with a group lobbing flares into the executive's back garden. The debate around Woodward's role in United's decline has come into sharp focus, with fans protesting and Woodward's PR team cranking out personality-cult level messaging. Ed & Paul discuss and agree to disagree.Also on the show this week, there was some actual football on Wednesday night, with United beating City in the League Cup semi-final, but going out of the competition on aggregate. Finally, a look ahead to the weekend Premier League fixture with Wolves.
Can We Play You Every Week?

Can We Play You Every Week?

2020-01-2701:17:50

United survived the cabbage-patch pitch to emerge victorious over Tranmere Rovers in the FA Cup. United seldom score six or 10 these days, but the Reds racked up the goals at the League One club. All the analysis from Prenton Park.Also on the show, plenty of listener questions and a look ahead to the midweek League Cup tie against Manchester City. Can United turn around a 3-1 deficit at the Etihad. For backers, a look back on Eric Cantona's kung-fu kick, 25 years on.
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Jamie Holt

I was at this one...amazing 2nd half, in those days we believed anything was possible.

Apr 3rd
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Nein Spem

If these two stuck to football instead of speaking of American politics then this will be a much better podcast.

Feb 18th
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Matt Stanton

love the show

Sep 26th
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Chief Cliffy

When they discuss United it's a quality listen, but too often Ed wants to be divisive and always go on about how some fans are idiots, racists, bigots. etc etc.... If it happened once then it wouldn't be a problem, but Ed is probably one of the worst hosts I've ever listened too. Paul is quality and often looks for the good in situations.

Aug 13th
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David Finnegan

'bout effing time

Apr 6th
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