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In the first episode of the Sky Sports Women’s Euros podcast, Sky Sports’ senior football journalist Charlotte Marsh and Sky Sports News’ England reporter Anton Toloui look back on a busy England Women media day at St George’s Park.Fran Kirby discussed her return to the Lionesses set-up, with goalkeeper Hannah Hampton and Nikita Parris also revealing how they reacted to the news that they will be going to Euro 2022.Plus, after Ellen White said Steph Houghton will be cheering the squad on from home, Charlotte and Anton chat how the Lionesses might fare without their former captain.Jill Scott also reveals how she earned the title of ‘fastest paper girl in the north east’ and the England players chat about how they use their downtime while in camp.
Paolo di Canio, Harry Redknapp and Neil Sullivan recall the Italian's sublime volley for West Ham against Wimbledon in 2000.
Troy Deeney, Manuel Almunia and Andy King discuss Watford's dramatic winner against Leicester in the 2013 Championship playoff semi-final.
Patjim Kasami, Darren Bent and Damien Delaney look back at the Swiss striker's incredible goal for Fulham against Crystal Palace from 2013.
Jermain Defoe, Ryan Taylor and Martin Tyler look back to the 2015 Tyne-Wear derby and Defoe's stunning winner for Sunderland against Newcastle.
Olivier Giroud, Martin Tyler and Wayne Hennessey look back at the former Arsenal striker's stunning 'scorpion kick' finish from 2017.
On the Essential Football podcast we react to Real Madrid’s Champions League final win over Liverpool, which came courtesy of Vinicius Jnr’s second half goal. But that’s only part of the story on a dramatic night. Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports’ Nick Wright and Adam Bate from inside the Stade de France to dissect the big talking points. The panel reflect on the twists and turns on the pitch, picking out the standout performers and fine margins which swung it the Spanish side’s way, and also discuss the off-field issues, which saw Liverpool supporters struggle to get into the stadium and the match delayed by 37 minutes. We also analyse what this result means for how Liverpool’s season as a whole will be assessed – and how they bounce back from this disappointment in 2022/23.
In a Champions League final preview special of the Essential Football Podcast, host Ron Walker is joined by a trio of guests to look ahead to the European club showpiece of the season as Liverpool take on 13-time winners Real Madrid in Paris.Sky Sports digital football journalists Richard Morgan and Nick Wright talk us through where the game will be won and lost for Liverpool, whether their Premier League title battle will put them at a disadvantage and how Trent Alexander-Arnold and Vinicius Junior will be a key battle at the Stade de France.Spanish football expert Ben Hayward also joins us to give us the mood from Madrid, where Carlo Ancelotti has been able to rest a number of his key players ahead of the final, and could make his own history if he becomes the first manager to lift the European Cup four times. Ben also explains why Real Madrid have become so synonymous with Champions League success – and what has driven their sensational never-say-die attitude this season.Finally, Sky Sports features writer Adam Bate dials in from the French capital to update us on the latest on the atmosphere in Paris as well as explaining how the temperature could play its part, and give his prediction for Saturday’s spectacle.
On the Essential Football podcast we look back on an incredible climax to the Premier League season. We hear reports from every game up and down the country before Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports football journalists Sam Blitz and Joe Shread to dissect the big talking points. In Part One, after hearing the final-whistle verdict from around the grounds, we discuss Manchester City’s dramatic title win and Liverpool’s near miss and how those two teams have pushed each other to such high levels. And in Part Two, Tottenham’s turnaround under Antonio Conte is in the spotlight, while we ask what Arsenal need to do to maintain their upward curve. We also reflect on a bad day for Burnley, following their relegation to the Championship, as Leeds salvage their top-flight status. Plus, we share our moments of the season.
David Jones is joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Micah Richards and Jamie Redknapp at the Etihad stadium as they look back on how the Premier League title was won in dramatic fashion as Manchester City came from two down to win late on against Aston Villa.
In the latest episode of the Essential Football podcast, Ron Walker is joined by Sky Sports football commentators Martin Tyler, Rob Hawthorne and Bill Leslie ahead of the final weekend of the Premier League season.In Part One, the trio reveal all about commentary, talking the ins and outs of the day job, how they got started and the challenges they face on the gantry!And in Part Two, Tyler, Hawthorne and Leslie look back at the 2021/22 Premier League season as they discuss their best moments, best goals and favourite lines of the campaign.
Dave Jones is joined by Stephen Ward and Dion Dublin for what was an exciting evening of football for the bottom half of the table. Everton secured a 3-2 win over Crystal Palace to secure their place in the Premier League next season, whilst Burnley took what could be a valuable point from Villa park in a thrilling 1-1 draw.
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp to reflect on Liverpool's 2-1 win over Southampton at St Mary's. The result leaves Liverpool one point behind Man City going into the final day of the season.
Ahead of Rangers’ Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt, Sky Sports reporter Luke Shanley exclusively speaks to former Rangers striker Kris Boyd in Seville before hearing from captain James Tavernier, midfielder John Lundstram and ex-manager and Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness.
Dave Jones is joined by both Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville for the final Monday Night Football of the 2021/22 Premier League season. During the pre-match build-up both Carragher and Neville review the weekend’s action with the focus particularly on both the title race as Manchester City dropped points at West Ham in the 2-2 draw and the relegation battle which saw Leeds snatch a point late on against Brighton whilst Everton lost 3-2 at home to Brentford.Attention then turns to the analysis of Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat to an Newcastle which now leaves the Gunners’ top four hopes in tatters. Neville feels they will not have a better opportunity to qualify for Champions League football and there can be no excuses from Mikel Arteta or his players. Carragher says the Magpies can push for a top four finish next season after they produced a inspired performance, he also expects them to invest during the summer transfer window. There is also reaction from Eddie Howe, Granit Xhaka and a deflated Mikel Arteta.In the final part of the show the duo pick their individual MNF awards for the best player, best young player, best new player, best coaching performance, best goal as well as their picks for the team of the season.
Micah Richards, Graeme Souness and Phil Jagielka discuss Everton's 3-2 defeat to Brentford in the Premier League as the Toffees miss the chance to ensure survival despite taking the lead against the Bees. Plus, Manchester City fight back to draw 2-2 with West Ham after being 2-0 down at half-time at the London Stadium
Following Liverpool’s epic penalty shootout win over Chelsea in the FA Cup final, football journalists Peter Smith, Lewis Jones and Nick Wright, who were covering the game for Sky Sports, discuss the major talking points from what was another tantalising and tremendously dramatic final.
David Jones is joined by Jamie Redknapp, Robbie Keane and Theo Walcott as they discuss Tottenham's vital North London derby win over Arsenal as the race for Champions League football between the two clubs is narrowed down to a points difference.
David Jones is joined by Micah Richards and Karen Carney to reflect on a magnificent performance by Kevin De Bruyne who scored four goals in Manchester City's 5-1 win over Wolves which sees them only needing four more points to retain Premier League title.
Ahead of Thursday’s season-defining North London derby, Sky Sports digital football journalist Jack Wilkinson heads to the Tottenham training ground to speak with boss Antonio Conte, before senior football journalist Oliver Yew sits down with former Gunners striker Alan Smith for the view from the red half of north London.
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Andrew

liverpool beat Real in 1981.....

May 27th
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Megan Colder

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Feb 26th
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Paul Burton

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Dec 17th
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Nov 30th
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Nov 30th
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Nov 30th
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James E. Ingram

why Tottenham have started the season so well and whether Arsenal can go unbeaten?

Nov 30th
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Nov 16th
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Aug 29th
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Kiat Huang

Oh and Kane is the Rooney of his generation. Top foreign clubs will tend not to want them because they are very English style centre forwards and they will be too expensive. Liniker was seen as a poacher, like Gerd Müller or Inzaghi and Bale was a unique phenomen, possibly more like Henry being a winger, before being put in a centre forward shirt (Bale to RM was bigger news than Henry to Arsenal though). Kane, would have to have a team adjusted around him and the big clubs and the big players at them aren't going to be too enthusiastic about that!

May 5th
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Kiat Huang

Really enjoy these podcasts with knowledgeable people. On Spurs, from a manager's perspective, there are two main issues: you are not working for Spurs, you are working for Levy. Spurs is a stepping-stone club for managers, not a destination. Managers go to bigger clubs afterwards and win trophies there. Spurs are not serial winners and are under illusions they can and will be. Managers at the top level know this.

May 5th
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Kiat Huang

This and the previous episode has been the best broadcast (pod, TV, radio) on the Super League scandal and aftermath. At its most fundamental level, like any sport, to play football you just need players. To make serious money out of football, you need fans. The current crop of billionaire owners treat European football as a business first, because they are are profit, not football, motivated.

Apr 25th
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finley_evans

Tough desicions

Jan 31st
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Mr A M

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Jan 30th
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Zenon Dzula

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May 25th
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William Joseph

Souness you hero.what a man. cheers

Apr 7th
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Michael

if Manchester United end in top 4 or win the league before Liverpool,as the strong supporter of lfc,I will switch my loyal to Manchester United without hesitation.But if Liverpool win the league, United will remain my greatest enemies in football forever.

Jan 14th
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Graeme Rockett

I understand why there is so much talk around Liverpool. I don't understand how Neville goes from on Sunday saying Utd are fighting 4th. Then Monday saying they will win the league sooner than Liverpool. that may well be but I don't understand why he spends so much of his time talking about lfc. he talks about salah leaving in 12 months. If he does leave he will leave for 120m+. same as mane would be more. Utd do not have one player that can command transfer fee like that. And no top teams want any of Utd players. lukaku gine to inter wh I have not been a top team in Italy or Europe for best part of a decade. since mourinho. you have the world's most expensive defender in Maguire. truth is he is a good centre back but not as good as Virgil. looks more clumsy on the ball. If Virgil was sold he again would command 100m+. Neville has asked for seasons for Utd to come up with a transfer strategy and looks like they are trying to copy lfc on and off the pitch. maybe Neville needs to see that and say that is what they are doing. Utd have offered contracts of high wages to very average players lingard for example. Would not get near lfc starting 11. Neville try and acknowledge with out any bias and speak about our club with respect. for years lfc were bench Mark. Then Utd earned to be most dominant club in England with league titles no where near in Europe. now lfc are the most decorated club in England talk about our club with respect. I ask you one question. you talk about players from lfc not been there in 12 months. football is like this. but if they go the fee will be huge. tell me who you can say won't be there in 12months for massive fee. Tell me who will want any of your players for Barcelona. Madrid. Bayern. none of the top teams want Utd players because there not good enough. pogba if Madrid really wanted him they would pay big money. they don't want him that bad. turns out more than one question but answer them please.

Aug 16th
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Nigel johnson

All this hype and discussion about woman's football recently appears to me to be a tad on the nonessential side. But that's football i suppose, it generates conversations of many sorts, no matter how stupid it sometimes appears. The size of the goals do not need to be changed, can i say that. And all the parameters should absolutely stay the same, they're not children playing the game and I'd find it an insult to be treated in such a way. You will only ever get better by playing a better opponent. The U.S.A keeper was outstanding with some of the athleticism she showed in last night's performance and all round i thought the U.S.A team were the more professional and experienced outfit. The standard is improving in the woman's game, no doubt and the more involved people become with the sport then the quicker that progression will happen. You only need to look at woman's tennis at the moment to realise how far a sport can progress if it is treated with an equal level of respect for ever competitor that participates. Track and field equally, gymnastics, hockey. Christ, has anyone ever played hockey against a woman's team, you'll probably get your arse handed to you along with a few of your own teeth. The Olympic Games, for anyone who watches it is a great showcase for women's sport. The decathlon for example, gymnastics. The track races. The woman's one hundred metres is a phenomenally, fierce race, at the peak of a competitive edge for professional athletes. And I'm sure they're are many others. Mens football did not start off at the level it's played at now, everything takes time and the women playing the game now are making history, with every movement they make onto that football pitch, for every touch of the ball they take they lay down the foundations for future generations to play and entertain us all. Because that's what sport is surely all about. Entertainment and achievement.

Jul 3rd
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