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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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It wasn't quite as comfortable as the scoreline suggested, with United struggling for fluency against Newcastle at Old Trafford, but victory has restored some momentum. Ed & Paul look back on United's 3-1 victory, together with last Thursday's Europa League clash against Real Sociedad. Then there's a preview of the Europa return leg and Sunday's trip to Stamford Bridge.
United reached the FA Cup quarter-final after a drab victory over David Moyes' West Ham at Old Trafford. The Hammers set out to spoil the game, recording just three shots in two hours that none of us will get back. With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making some changes, United lacked fluency against an opposition that set out to secure a draw in a game that had to provide a winner.
Harry Magwhygodwhy

Harry Magwhygodwhy

2021-02-0848:46

United blow a lead against Everton to drop yet more points at Old Trafford. The very brief dream of another Premier League title is surely over. With calamitous defending and another David de Gea gaffe costing United, where does the manager take his team from here? Ed & Paul discuss the 3-3 draw with Everton and then look forward to an FA Cup tie against David Moyes' West Ham. For Patreon backers a look at all the week's Premier League games.
United often score six, but seldom score ten... though it could have been but for Mike Dean! We haven't seen a performance like this since, well, Andy Cole scored five and United nine against Ipswich in 1995. Ed & Paul thoroughly enjoyed it. Then there's a look ahead to United's clash with Everton on Saturday night.
Edinson Cavan-oh!

Edinson Cavan-oh!

2021-02-0153:23

United play out a draw at Arsenal, but was it an opportunity missed? The point keeps the Reds second, while the team's momentum grinds to a halt. Ed & Paul discuss. Then a look at the latest moves in the transfer market, another round of racist trolling on social media, and Amad Diallo's debut for the U23s. There's also a look ahead to Tuesday's game against Southampton.
Absolutely Dreadful

Absolutely Dreadful

2021-01-2952:53

NQAT is back after an enforced break. United lose to Sheffield United in one of the most dreadful performances of the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era. Coming just days after United beat Liverpool in the FA Cup, what was going on? Ed & Paul digest a devastating defeat and discuss what's to come against Arsenal at the weekend.
FFS, Pass it Marcus!

FFS, Pass it Marcus!

2021-01-1859:44

United played out a scoreless draw against Liverpool, continuing a poor recored against the 'big six' (and Arsenal) this season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team remains top of the league after the point at Anfield, though it could have been more if United had taken some late chances. Ed & Paul discuss and then look forward to the midweek game at Fulham. For backers, a look at the Premier League games over the past week.
Top o' the League

Top o' the League

2021-01-1447:51

United beat Burnley at Turf Moor to move *checks notes* top of the Premier League! It wasn't always pretty, but a controlled second-half performance brought Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team to the summit for the first time this season. Ed & Paul discuss Tuesday's victory and look ahead to the weekend's top-of-the-table clash against de-perched Liverpool.
McSaucey-ish

McSaucey-ish

2021-01-1137:00

United beat Watford at Old Trafford to reach the FA Cup Fourth Round. It was an underwhelming performance from a much-changed team. Ed & Paul discuss and then look ahead to Tuesday night's Premier League tie at Burnley. For backers a brief look at the FA Cup Third Round and some thoughts about where the season goes from here.
Lump On!

Lump On!

2021-01-0737:02

City beat United at Old Trafford to make the EFL Cup final - a fourth semi-final loss under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's management. Is it sign that United's good spell is over or a close game in which the details went against the Reds. Ed & Paul discuss. Then there's United's FA Cup tie against Watford on Saturday night. Another trophy to aim for or a chance to play the kids?
Ole We Do Is Win

Ole We Do Is Win

2021-01-0401:03:40

NQAT is back after a five match winter break. It may only have been two weeks, but in this most packed of seasons, we missed a lot of action. Ed & Paul look back on United's festive programme, with a deep dive on the recent victory over Aston Villa at Old Trafford, in which Paul Pogba and Jack Grealish were standout performers. For Patreon backers, we dive into the main narratives around the Premier League at the half-way stage.
Blades Runners

Blades Runners

2020-12-1848:02

United beat Sheffield United at Bramall Lane but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team didn't make it easy despite controlling the game. United are now up to sixth with a game in hand. So are United good again? Ed & Paul discuss in the final NQAT of the year. For backers, a review of match week 13 in the Premier League.
The Dullest Derby

The Dullest Derby

2020-12-1447:51

One of the dullest derbies in recent memory ended with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proclaiming moral victory, or at least United's best performance against City during his tenure. Ed & Paul discuss. Then there's United's game against lowly Sheffield United on Thursday night. Victory, surely?
Out of the Champions League, out of ideas, and in the wilderness once again. United worked so hard post-lockdown to make it into the Champions League only to blow any chance of qualification for the knock-out stages with a series of defensively incompetent displays. Ed & Paul discuss all the fallout from United's defeat to RB Leipzig and ask whether Ole Gunnar Solskajer remains the right man for the job?
United secure another comeback victory on the road, beating David Moyes' West Ham with three second-half goals. Ed & Paul discuss United's another inconsistent performance, which required the introduction of Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes to save the day. The Reds are up to fifth in the Premier League, but what team will turn up against RB Leipzig at on Tuesday night?
United must secure a point in Germany next week if the club is to make this season's Champions League knockout stage. Defeat to PSG at Old Trafford leaves United's continued participation in doubt, but it really didn't have to be this hard. At times United played well on Wednesday night, but did Ole Gunnar Solskjaer make critical mistakes? Ed & Paul discuss.There's a discussion about Edinson Cavani's use of social media, a brief look at the new rules governing registration of overseas players following Brexit on 1 January 2021, and a look ahead to the weekend's fixture against David Moyes' West Ham.
Hail St Mary's

Hail St Mary's

2020-11-3001:23:161

On the main pod, it's a cliché, but let's run with it anyway - that was a Manchester United way to win. On Sunday United recorded an eight successive away win, coming back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Southampton with a 93rd minute goal. Punch the air with delight, it feels good to talk about a victorious United! Ed & Paul dissect victory at St Mary's and then look ahead to a crucial Champions League fixture against Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford.
United win in the Champions League and it was *checks notes* really comfortable, even impressive at times. What's going on? Ed & Paul review United's victory over İstanbul Başakşehir and look ahead to Southampton away at the weekend. We chat to Guardian reporter Jamie Jackson about his new book Red Apprentice. Finally, there's a discussion about Diego Maradona's legacy after his death on Wednesday. Hasta siempre, Diego.
Three Points Bagged

Three Points Bagged

2020-11-2347:40

United returned to Premier League action after the international break and put in another low-key performance. Three points were gained via Bruno Fernandes' 12th penalty for the club, but it was far from easy against one of the worst sides in the division. Ed & Paul break down United's performance and try and maintain some perspective ahead of a hectic few weeks ahead. There's also a look ahead to Tuesday night's crucial Champions League fixture against İstanbul Başakşehir and for backers a look back on the weekend's Premier League action.
The US elections loom large in the conversation as Donald Trump refuses to leave office and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, holds a press conference next to a dildo shop. Go figure. On the pitch, another wild swing in Manchester United's performance. Following defeat to Arsenal and Istanbul last week, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side secured a comfortable victory over Everton. After conceding first, United came back to score three fine goals and control the game. Why can't Ole get consistent performances out of this side? Ed & Paul discuss.
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Comments (10)

iKwondo

When do you think Ed and Paul will figure out that people who subscribe to a Manchester United podcast don't want to hear about politics? Otherwise we would just subscribe to a political podcast?

Feb 5th
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iKwondo

I've been listening to NQAT or what I know as The Rant Cast on and off for over a decade now. The chat about United is mostly good and informative, however the divergence in to politics has increased as the years have gone on. The typical labels of calling anyone who challenges Ed and Paul's views as racist, sexist, bigots, to name but a few have become tiresome over time. In the latest pod there was a sizeable amount of time spent talking politics over previewing the Manchester Derby.

Dec 11th
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Victor Kovachev

not suee if you read these comments but you will lose a listener if you keep your Shaw agenda

Aug 6th
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Victor Kovachev

very obvious agenda against Shaw which is so poor of you. clearly our whole team is suffering ever since his injury and you are trying to target him as a weak link. it must be personal as otherwise you don't really know football...

Aug 1st
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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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